Thread: Discussion 3.7v 150mAh LiPos and charger
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Old Apr 29, 2007, 10:18 AM
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Yes, what you want it is possible.
Connect the negative of the cells together. Attach a 4.7ohm resistor at each individual positive tab at the cells. Connect all three other ends of the resistors together and apply the charger at that point and at the common negative.

Initially, the most charged battery may be discharged a bit, but eventually all cells will settle at 4.2V. Also, the resistors will prevent currents higher than 100mA to flow in the circuit, therefore no shorting or damage to the cells.

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