What is a LiPo balancer?

Proper Care & Treatment: Charging. The second reason that you need a LiPo-compatible charger is balancing. Balancing is a term we use to describe the act of equalizing the voltage of each cell in a battery pack. We balance LiPo batteries to ensure each cell discharges the same amount.

Likewise, what is battery cell balancing?

Common to every battery system with series cells is the problem of cell imbalance. Cell balancing is a method of designing safer battery solutions that extends battery run time as well as battery life.

What is a balance charger?

A balance charger (or balancer) does this by monitoring the individual cell voltages in a pack through a connector on the pack (called a balance connector) and adjusting their rate of charge accordingly. When such a balancer is built into a charger, the charger is known as a Balance Charger or Balancing Charger.

Do Lipo batteries last longer?

The hotter your batteries get, the shorter their lifespan will be. Never charge a battery that is still warm from usage, and never use a battery that is still warm from charging. Depending on how they are used, most LiPo batteries typically do not last longer than 300 charge cycles.

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