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Old 03-29-2014, 08:00 PM
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Default Low voltage cut off

Was just wandering what is a good volt cut off range would be for a 2200mah lipo... batt with 40-80 c...7.4 volt. thanks.

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Lipos should never be discharged below 3 volts per cell or 6 volts on your 7.4 pack.

I always set my cut off with a little buffer.
on a 2s pack low cutoff voltage(LVC) at 6.4V

Ps. Killer RC's super bee has a built in LVC protection.

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Lipos should never be discharged below 3 volts per cell or 6 volts on your 7.4 pack.

I always set my cut off with a little buffer.
on a 2s pack low cutoff voltage(LVC) at 6.4V

Ps. Killer RC's super bee has a built in LVC protection.
Thanks....that's what iam using the super bee, and it was pretty easy setting up the lvc to 6 volts..
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