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12-09-2004 07:22 PM  13 years agoPost 1
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NHP are apparently marketing a voltage monitor for lipo batteries but I cant find anything online that tells you about it......Can anyone help?

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01-03-2005 04:38 PM  13 years agoPost 2
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I use the SpartanRC Voltguard G4 http://www.spartan-rc.com/g4.htm - not heard of the NHP one. The G4 has one of the brightest LED's around, I can easily see if my Lipo's are nearly discharged from a long distance on the brightest of days. It's fully configurable, I think it will go up to 14S, just perfect for the new Joker.

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01-03-2005 08:24 PM  13 years agoPost 3
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Thanks for the comments and suggestion. I found out that the 'NHP' one was in fact the CSM (RC Models) Lipo Voltage Guard and ordered one from Sussex Model Centre. It works well too. I have the one with the ultra bright LED but you can also get an audible type. I looked at your link and the Spartan looks good and weighs about the same.
I've flown nitro's for around 11 years and this is my first venture into electric and I'm thoroughly enjoying it.
Genty.

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