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how to charge lipo battery for the first time

Charging a lipo battery for the first time can be a little confusing, but we’re here to make it easy!

Nowadays, most chargers will automatically stop charging when they reach 4.2 volts per cell, which is a full charge. Make sure you have your charger set to that voltage before you start. If your charger doesn’t automatically stop charging at 4.2v per cell, then set it manually.

Once you’ve got your charger set up, place your battery on the charger and let it charge until it reaches 4.2v per cell. This may take some time, depending on how much capacity the pack has left in it. If you have multiple batteries on the same charger and one of them is already fully charged from previous use, that battery will continue to charge even after all the others are done charging so make sure they’re all placed evenly spaced out before starting! Once they’re all at 4.2v per cell, disconnect your charger and go fly!

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How to charge  LiPo Battery


Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, LiPo (lithium-polymer) batteries are an essential part of your day-to-day life. They’re used in everything from high-tech phones to electric cars and drones, and they’re the kind of thing that you want to take care of. Here’s how:

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