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07-21-2006 02:10 AM  14 years ago
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ARMSMASTER

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Digital Variable Load Voltmeter
I just purchased a Hangar 9 Variable load meter. It has an adjustable load of .5 to 2A load. What is the min that it is safe to fly on with a 4.8v pack with either a 1A or 2A load. I am running digital servo's. Pack capacity should not matter as I am just interested in the min voltage under load. Any ideas would be great. I got the voltmeter so I could have a better idea where my battery's are at.

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Perry
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07-21-2006 04:43 AM  14 years ago
spritefiend

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depends on the servos you have going.. with mine i would go down to 4.9v with a 2a load i think..

so long as it doesnt go below 4.8v you can fly.. sometimes you can get it to stay at 4.8 for a flight or two AFTER it first reads it.. the most i did before chickening out was 2
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07-21-2006 06:26 PM  14 years ago
AirWolfRC

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A rough guide line,

If you can hold a 2 amp load and at least 4.8 volts for at least 10 seconds, you should be good for another flight.

Wolfgang
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