Charging boscam galaxy D2

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    I bought a monitor boscam Galaxy d2, and carries it noticed that he not passes of 4.30v to which eledeveria reach the 12v..porque will be? someone also have this problem?

     
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    I dont understand what what you are asking. Can you try again?
     
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    when I am loading the boscam galaxy d2 monitor , I noticed that the voltage does not exceed 4.30v..
    should not reach 12v, since its battery is 11.1v?
    I'm intrigued, because the monitor can withstand very little time in operation .. unnamed.jpg unnamed (1).jpg
     
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    Thats because the internal battery of the Monitor is a 1S battery. It will take a more powerful battery to charge but it still runs only on 1S.
     
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    even though an 11v battery is only 1s, a cell?
     
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    The monitor will take a battery up to a 3S Battery or 12V Power Supply, to charge its internal 1S battery. It converts the 2S to 3S battery or 12Volt charger to 4.3 Volts so it can charge the 4.2 Volt internal 1S battery.

    The display shows the voltage on the internal 1S battery. So 4.3V when it is charging and 4.2V when it is fully charged.

    Cheers Brian
     
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    now i get it, thank you
     
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