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Between this and another forum I have been told three different storage voltages 14.4v - 15.2v & 15.4v

Is anywhere between these acceptable or do I need to find a specific voltage?

Secondly, if I buy a multi meter is there any way to check the overall voltage and the individual cell voltage directly?

Cheers in advance,
 

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With all due respect this has been answered a million times and this really needs to be a sticky now......

Storage charge to 3.85v max per cell under no load and 3.7v minimum or 15.4v max or 14.8v minimum.

Yes you can tell the voltage with a meter.
 
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With all due respect this has been answered a million times and this really needs to be a sticky now......

Land at 14.3v under load and forget the other nonsense you read.

Yes you can tell the voltage with a meter.
He didn't ask for landing voltage.... He asked for STORAGE voltage...... Interested in this myself.
 
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Between this and another forum I have been told three different storage voltages 14.4v - 15.2v & 15.4v

Is anywhere between these acceptable or do I need to find a specific voltage?

Secondly, if I buy a multi meter is there any way to check the overall voltage and the individual cell voltage directly?

Cheers in advance,
15.2V storing batteries between 40-50%
 
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It is not THAT critical what you store it at as long as you stay in the range i gave above you will be golden.

Go fly and enjoy it rather than this :)
 
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