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DennisH

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LaDon & Philip01,
On new packs I'll start around 3 minutes and go gradually from there til I find 20%.
Thanks for the clarification.

The above quote, it is a PITA, but the best way to properly use your batteries.

My new battery packs just arrived. I am installing a Skookum 720 with a GPS now. I can't wait to fly the helo with the Skookum.

Thanks Again, Dennis

09-30-2016 08:59 PM
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DennisH

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Phillip gave good advise there. 20% of the pack left. So if you have a 5000 pack I will want to put approx 3800 to 4000 mah back in the pack and then you should be ok. I feel mah is a better more accurate way of doing it. My opinion of course. But I think going by voltage gives a broader line. It will carry a fairly flat line on the voltage scale where mah is mah period.
I will have to figure out where to find this reading on my Duo 406. My power pack also has an LED.

Will I find this reading on the Duo 406 or the Power Pack?

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