I took the "Alula-Eva" for a little bit of slope soaring.... And the 3s 2200mah lipo kept it running for more than 6 hours that day...!!! :) The "Alula-Eva"whas still a little bit to light with these wind conditions, so i had to add about 40 more grams to make it more stable.. so a bigger lipo would not be a problem at all... I got a lot of questions about the "Alula-Eva", So... if anyone likes more info on the "Alula-Eva", Please read the description of this video on YouTube..!!!.......>> Thank You <<......
was wondering if anyone else has purchased these batteries and how well theres balance .. i purchased three and the best i can balance mine using several different charges is about 1c 4.12 2c 4.13 and the third cell best i can get is 4.32 .. all batteries seem about the same after charging .. i havent discharged yet only charged and balanced so unsure if i should test now or try a third charger .. charges used were a swallow lipo charger with balancer and a rc power bc6 with balancer.. at all times there were charged with balancer connected then balanced also after charging .. is it my chargers or something to do with the batteries as i have old and new rhino 2200 25c that balance to within .05v nearly every time .. any help or info would be great .. cheers
well somtimes when in storage at the warehouse they discharge differently but what i do when that happens make slits in the balencerplug from the battery get alagator clips and charge each cell its self its perfect garenty it will work done it so many time and when done balancing them manuele just cover the slits with eletrical tape and srry for the spelling errors i type fast
the third cell is over charged so put the batery to low voltage and then balece it and at the end all cells should be at 4.20 each per cell hope you didnt through them away cause there fine. hope every one see's this so they know how to rebalce there battery*s in stead of throughing them away