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Fly Dawg
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Jun 23, 2018 at 5:03 PM
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Fly Dawg

Male, from Watkinsville, Georgia

Fly Dawg was last seen:
Jun 23, 2018 at 5:03 PM
    1. mbb3sfnm
      mbb3sfnm
      How do you set them for 3 days auto discharge? I have been fully charging and then let them sit. I top them off before flying. I will set for 25% as low warning.
      1. Fly Dawg
        Fly Dawg
        You can change the discharge time within the Go App.
        Mar 17, 2018
    2. mbb3sfnm
      mbb3sfnm
      Got your advice about storing batteries with 2 bars. How are you discharging them, or are you only recharging up to 2 bars after flights? I am using DJI charger
      1. Fly Dawg
        Fly Dawg
        It depends. Usually if I charge them for flight and end up not flying due to whatever reason, just let them self discharge ( I have them set for 3 days for Auto-Discharge) then just keep an eye on them every now and then if I don't fly for a while. If they are discharged after flight ( Which I set low battery for 25%) I never fly enough to get to Critical battery,btw. I just charge them to 2 bars.
        Mar 17, 2018
    3. raconsultnv
      raconsultnv
      On the five min. thing, was that a statement or a question? Do you have info on a possible glitch at the 5 min. TFTO?
      1. Fly Dawg
        Fly Dawg
        Refresh my memory, which thread are you referring to?
        Jan 27, 2018
    4. okiechopper
      okiechopper
      No F.F.A. numbers to be found. What do I need to post, not to be" Rather vague "
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    Gender:
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    Location:
    Watkinsville, Georgia
    Retired Electronics/Missile and Telemetry Tech- The Boeing Company

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    P3A { RC:GL300B } Samsung Galaxy S2/ Android 7/ Litchi 4.7-g / FW: AC- 1.8.8 RC- 1.6
    Semi-Retired Electronics, Missile and Telemetry Tech - The Boeing Company
    "Errors using inadequate data are much less than those using no data at all "