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Old Nov 23, 2012, 11:13 AM
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Hi Handyman! Hooking up two units of 3s so to make one unit of 6s means that they have to be put in series. Practically, there will be one + pole that will be connected to the - pole of another battery.
I have also read about other people settling for a system running with 4s batteries (no series here, just one solid unit).
Maybe this would give you longer flight times and also claimed better management for the CoG.
Actually, could anyone confirm about this? What are the drawbacks of running a 4s instead of a 6s?
And even on 3s then?
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