El_Steak wrote:That would make a decent 24s 800W charging solution
rlabib wrote:Doc, Do you have the balancing connections from the Turnigy batteries connected in parrallel for the parrallel packs, since you have 24s, 3p.
Is this O.K. when discharging the whole pack under heavy load the balancing wires will carry any current difference between non matched cells(from aging). and these wires are thin gauge.
I wanted to do the same thing but this was my worry. what do you think.?
El_Steak wrote:Doctorbass, what's the black stuff you are using to secure the balance leads to your JST connectors? Glue? Silicone?
Whiplash wrote:Doc, if I wanted to simply Parallel two 6s packs together for 22.2V nominal @ 10AH, would I be able to charge one of these on each output of the stock charger? Gary said I could, but now I am worried. There will NOT be any series connection while hooked up to the charger ONLY parallel output leads and balance leads from each set of two packs. I understand this will take longer to charge but that is fine..
Seriousknot wrote:Very nice indeed!!! Once again you show why you are 'The Man'......Could I Interest you in a barter?...... You build me one of these Turnigy charging systems (I pay for components, you supply skilled labor) and I will build you a very nice 'One Off' fiberglass enclosure that fits the frame Triangle of your Giant Downhill bike perfectly....(not that there is anything wrong with your aluminum one)
Ypedal wrote:Thanks Doc !!! great information !
I was about to send you a PM but figured others may benefit from the answer if possible.
I unfortunately tried to charge single cells from the same pack, with 2 channels on this charger and since then they have quit working... i'm down to 1 working channel ont his 4x unit.
The display shows voltage up and down but no voltage changes on the cell level.. weird....
Biggest problem I have is with bad connections on these JST connectors I have changed them on some of the leads, I am at a point where I may solder them all the way from the batteries to the 37 pin connectors and ditch the JST all round.
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