Tali h 500 batterie

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    Bonjour,
    J'ai un soucis avec l'autonomie du tali, je viens de remplacer les batterie et je n'arrive pas à voler plus de 5 minutes, il clignote et se pose toujours après le passage en dessus de 21,9 V
    Les batteries sont neuves. Y a t'il quelqu'un qui puisse m'aider. Merci
     
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    Hello,
    I have a malfunction of the tali h 500, it does not steal more than 5 minutes and past happens it blinks of all its lights. The gotet voltage is by default at 21.4V and I have 21.9V in the video return. Thank you for your help.
     
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    Hello,
    I have a dysfunction of the tali h 500, it does not fly more than 5 minutes and past time it delays it blinks of all its lights. The gotet voltage is by default at 21.4V and I have 21.9V in the video return. Thank you for your help.
     
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    You will need to buy a new battery that one has worn out.

    You only get about 50 to 100 recharges on a LiPo battery if you discharge them too far.

    Cheers
     
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    Thank for your answer, but its a new battery and the disfonction is still here.
     
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    No such thing as new. They were manufactured some time ago and have been sitting for a long time on storage charge. Sometimes they will lose a cell. You need a lipo checker so you can check all 6 cells. It would help if you have an IR meter.

    Also you need the battery powered up when connected to the charger when charging.
     

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