#1
I have this 3800mah battery for my m16 and the smart charger. It can be charged with an output of 1.0 amps or 2.0 amps, which one should i charge it on?
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What does it matter if it works with either?
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#3
The 2 amps will charge it faster thats all. but make sure it can handle the 2 amps if not you'll fry the battery.
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The 2 amps will charge it faster thats all. but make sure it can handle the 2 amps if not you'll fry the battery.


i've been charging it at 1.0 amp just to be safe but I don't know if it can handle 2.0 amps.
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3800 mah is a pretty beastly battery just for the record


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#7
I have 4500 mAh battery and I charge it at 4 amps just fine.
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