I have a ton of 3.7 volt lipo's at my house, each of which can be charged @ 5C, and since each have a capacity of 270 mAH, than I should easily be able to charge them @ 1amp. I put 8 in parralel with eachother so it is a 1s, 8p battery pack. each of the lipos is the same (in tems of specs, ik every lipo is slightly different).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

There are two main ways to charge a lipo, thats cccv (constant current then constant voltage) and CV (just constant voltage. I am trying to charge them with a constant voltage @ 8 amps. I have a battery protection module that is rated for 10 amps, so that the voltage does not reach higher than 4.25v as a saftey measure.

When ever I hook my battery pack up to a constant voltage, or for that matter any batter that can charge at a high C rating (ex. 10c), the current draw is at most .5 C max. I was wondering how do I charge my lipos with a digital power supply @ a constant voltage @5C of there capacity (the batterys can again handle it).

Thank you So So Much!

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