and thats exactly what they don't ... battery after flying discharge I plug them and never charge to 100% only 98%When the batteries are near a full charge, you need to turn them on before attaching them to the battery charger. If you've flown the batteries, they should fully charge when you attach them to the battery charger.
It is normal that a battery 'falls back' slightly once rested from charger. You will never have a 100% stay on a battery ... its a physical problem. The charger whether DJI battery board or a LiPo charger will terminate charge when it detects 100%. But that is a figure at a slightly raised temp and activity in the cells. Once they rest for a minute or so - that figure drops back a % or so.
I have had the app display 100% a few times, Its really not my goal.
I have a non DJI branded three battery bar / hub / strip, circuit board, well I don't know what it is, but I bought it for my P2V+.
I can charge up all three the day before, etc. Then usually before a fly, I will power on the battery I'm going to use first. Plug the charger in, if not already, and appears to top it off, like about 10 mins. This has been the only way I have seen 100%.
Now why the long story.
If I power on more than the one battery, the two or three batteries will so to speak, try to charge from each other. Don't try this in the car or at home. This strip doesn't have any protection against this, no diodes, etc.
The battery actually melted the solder holding the tab to the circuit board.
I bought it because it said it was three battery charger strip for DJI Phantom 2 series.
About 2 months later, DJI started selling their version.
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