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12-17-2011 05:11 PM  9 years ago
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Thunder Power 1010c and 210v balancer
Im using the TP 1010c and 210v balancer, how do you balanced a 6s and above lipo with a balance plug?
The 210v only takes directly up to a 5s plug to plug the battery direct into the 210.

Do you use an adapter or something? If so, where can I get the proper adapter?
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12-17-2011 05:55 PM  9 years ago
kcordell

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Can't remember for sure (I used to have the same combo) but you have to connect the two balance leads from the battery, to bank 1, one plug on group A, one plug on Group B. That's the bummer about TP/FP 6S packs, the two leads.

See here: http://thunderpowerrc.com/PDF/quick-start-tp210v.pdf

and here: http://thunderpowerrc.com/PDF/TP210V%20Manual.pdf
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12-18-2011 01:33 AM  9 years ago
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Above 5S Thunder Power uses 2 plugs.
A 6S uses 4 wire and a 6 wire.
Depending on the battery depends on how many of these wires are used.
I think this is good up to 8S.
Plug these into Banks 1 on your TP-210.
Above that, 2 - 7 pin plugs are used.
I think this is for 10S and 12S.
Plug these into Bank 2.
NEVER have something plugged into both banks at the same time.
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