Thread: New Product ESR / IR Meter fo Lipos
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Old Oct 22, 2013, 05:28 PM
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Thanks again Mark.

Okay, we all know LiPos have lower IR at higher temps. So I wonder if the higher C batteries have lower IR at operating temps than lower C batteries do at said temps (justifying the manufacturer's C claims)? I guess that's the heat coefficient Wayne (and I believe yourself) spoke of.

Again, for my particular application (F5D), looks like I'll be pre heating my LiPos (around 100F if memory serves). Then measuring surface temps ASAP upon landing to see where they are. And plan on continuing to cycle new LiPos into my supply. Maybe also test out some 30C - 45C stuff too!

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