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Battery overcharged

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tern, Jul 9, 2016.

  1. tern

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    I forgot to turn off. I overcharged my battery for 8hrs, is that alright? Will it affect the battery lifespan?

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  2. msinger

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    It's not possible to overcharge your batteries if you're using a DJI battery charger. The battery will automatically stop charging when it's full.
     
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  3. No_Fly_Zone

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    Read the manual people!


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  4. Imabiggles

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    Dont be a "read the manual" d*cknazi. 90% of the questions here are answered in a manual somewhere.
     
  5. N017RW

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    While the battery/charger is designed to prevent over-charging we have seen that there can be problems with DJI equipment.

    While the risk may be low one should develop a habit of not charging any LiPo unattended. This is when the majority of reported accidents (fire) occur with LiPos in general.
     
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