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Old May 03, 2012, 06:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Art Horne View Post
Is there a cutoff point where the transmitter shuts off at a specific voltage? If so , at what voltage, and does the battery drain stop at that time? I have Royal Evo 9 transmitters that stop transmitting at 6 volts and two A123 cells will only power it for a short time. Two cells LiPo work great. Even though the transmitter stops working the battery drain doesn't. I've accidentaly left it turned on and it drains to 0 volts.

Thanks,
Art
You can define the input battery type as LiPo, LiFe, Nicd, or Nimh. You also state the number of cells. You can also manually enter the parameters for minimum and maximum voltage. Both voltages barriers will sound an alarm if exceeded.
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