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DX7 lipo woe (Dont leave it on all night)

Old 06-26-2008, 05:34 PM
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Eh, I have had no problems in over 8 months. I will continue to use it. When a failure happens, I will recognize this and learn from it.

I do know that you can not charge the lipo through your tx at more than 1A or you will blow the regulator. I usually charge mine at .9A through the TX, or I take it out and charge it seperatly.

Thanks for the information though Simbill
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Old 05-08-2010, 01:09 AM
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a nice thing to have in a Tx would be a timer that cuts the power after say, 1/2 hour if no input is inputted
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