On the whole it's not recommended to charge multiple Li-Po cells at the same time without proper monitoring and cell balancing circuitry. The short explanation is the cells don't all drain and charge at exactly the same rate and if one cell fills up first, it can cause it to start draining into the emptier one which is a situation to be avoided at all costs.
i have/use a balancer for the 14560 packs shown in my post with the #D printed sled. I am a green horn with arduino, but i have been making my own 2+ cell lipos/lithiums, for the better part of 10 years. i hate doing it. making packs is a hassle and a half that THAT is something to avoid at all costs . ...
Thanks for all the info, Bill. I'm so glad you are part of this thread; I've learned a lot from your posts.
ok... that's cool.bool = saberon and MOSFETs changed my life.
Page 7 Canobi and Jake refer to the USB WT as the 32pin version. For anyone bouncing around. this may cause confusion when people start parts searching. i am going to call for a correction of Canobi's post that kicked this off.,..I should delete this post when post #95 is amended.There are 3 types of WT1- 16pin , no usb. 2- 28pin No usb 3- 28pin USBno 32 pin versions. and they vary from8mb - 32mb in memory.
anyone hear of /try these?Quads? 10W supper high voltage and uses a single Lens not a tri lens.http://www.ebay.com/itm/10w-Cree-XLamp-XM-L-RGBW-RGB-White-Color-LED-Emitter-4-Chip-20mm-Star-PCB-Board-/231519043679?hash=item35e79c405f:g:PWYAAOSwPhdVGPkTRGB+W !?
Yes Sir, one of my TCSS sabers use this.
Hi guysJust a quick update.. There's now a low volt board for 3.7v~5v supplies and a high volt board for 6.5v~12v supplies.