|Aug 07, 2011, 09:42 PM|
USA, CA, Roseville
Joined Aug 2006
5-cell rx battery low voltage?
This is the first time I've used the larger 5-cell battery for my glider servos instead of the common 4-cell. I'm excited to experience the luxury of increased strength and speed of the higher voltage. I just started wondering, how low should I let the battery drain before I need to stop flying and recharge? At the low voltage of a 5-cell or of a 4-cell? FYI I'm using a NiMH and I don't "need" the extra servo speed and strength. Also there's no motor on the glider.
|Aug 07, 2011, 09:51 PM|
At 1.1 Volts per cell the battery is pretty well discharged. So at 5.5 volts the pack is dead. Most of us will stop well before that - maybe 5.9 volts.
I actually measure how much energy my planes use per flight, and then use that data to decide how many flights to fly.
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