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Charging Batteries

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Hi all,

Does anyone have any information regarding charging the Tattu 4000mAh batteries for the 920 using the Yuneec charging hub.
Thanks,
Steve
 
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Here are the specs:

Tattu 4000mAh 22.2V 15C 6S1P Lipo Battery Pack for Yuneec H920

Spec.

- Product Type:lipo battery pack

- Capacity: 4000mAh

- Voltage: 22.2V

- Max Continuous Discharge: 15C (60A)

- Max Burst Discharge: 30C (120A)

- Weight:: 620g

- Dimensions:168 *28 *45.5mm (L * W * H)

- Balance Plug: JST-XHR

- Discharge Plug: EC3

- Charge Rate: 1-3C Recommended, 5C Max

Tattu lipo 4000mAh 6S1P 15C/30C battery.


Based on this, it looks like you can charge them between 4 and 12 amps, if you want to customize it, but you can charge these the same as you do your Yuneec batteries (4amps max).
 
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Here are the specs:

Tattu 4000mAh 22.2V 15C 6S1P Lipo Battery Pack for Yuneec H920

Spec.

- Product Type:lipo battery pack

- Capacity: 4000mAh

- Voltage: 22.2V

- Max Continuous Discharge: 15C (60A)

- Max Burst Discharge: 30C (120A)

- Weight:: 620g

- Dimensions:168 *28 *45.5mm (L * W * H)

- Balance Plug: JST-XHR

- Discharge Plug: EC3

- Charge Rate: 1-3C Recommended, 5C Max

Tattu lipo 4000mAh 6S1P 15C/30C battery.


Based on this, it looks like you can charge them between 4 and 12 amps, if you want to customize it, but you can charge these the same as you do your Yuneec batteries (4amps max).
Thanks for that information, greatly appreciated.
 

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