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kiriba-ru wrote:
For sure.

Thanks, that’s good to know.
I thought the driver just use some input variable (voltages, resistance..) and some formulas to create constant current output, so any voltage within limit is ok because it just need to apply the voltage variable to the formulas. But it’s not as simple as that.

Another question, if i can create direct connection from charger to batteries (while they are still in the Meteor and still in parallel), so the driver also receive voltage from the charger, would there be any problem:
1) if the flashlight is off
2) if the flashlight is turned on

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I think yes.
You turn on flashlight ecu when you put cells in. After this cells voltage can gecrease but not increase.

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kiriba-ru wrote:
I think yes.
You turn on flashlight ecu when you put cells in. After this cells voltage can gecrease but not increase.

Is there any problem if I don’t turn on the flashlight? Is there any voltage limit for the driver (even when it is off)
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It does not matter if your turn it on or not. Ecu recieves voltage after you put cells inside, and it will wonder if voltage will increase.
I dont know if there is input voltage limit. Dont think anyone tested it above 4.35v.

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