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GeorgeFoxCinematography
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Any idea why this is happenning on one of my batteries. Produced in 2021. I have another prpduced on 2020 with no deviations. Both of them have 24 charges each.

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10-15 23:20
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You can try to fully charge and check again
10-16 14:38
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Labroides
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Any idea why this is happenning on one of my batteries.
You've been fooled by Airdata's silly graphic showing minor deviations.
You didn't notice at the top of the Airdata page where it says:
Note that even a perfect battery would have minor deviations and it is normal.

Or at the bottom of the page where it told you:
All good: no major deviations were found

Without seeing the actual battery data, rather than a picture of Airdata's silly graphics, it's not possible to give more detail.
But it looks like you are worried about nothing (except for unnecessary concern about showing your battery serial number).

10-16 17:31
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The page is plain to read and is useful. It is showing that you had 51 minor deviations of .01v in one cell. It also says there were zero major deviations of .07v in any cell and so, there is no graphic for that. You are good. The phantomhelp site offers no such information summary (added word later)
10-16 18:55
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GaryDoug Posted at 10-16 18:55
The page is plain to read and is useful. It is showing that you had 51 minor deviations of .01v in one cell. It also says there were zero major deviations of .07v in any cell and so, there is no graphic for that. You are good. The phantomhelp site offers no such information

The phantomhelp site offers no such information
Phantomhelp shows individual cell voltages for each 1/10th of a second of the flight, allowing you to see the magnitude of the minor deviations.
10-16 19:11
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Labroides Posted at 10-16 19:11
The phantomhelp site offers no such information
Phantomhelp shows individual cell voltages for each 1/10th of a second of the flight, allowing you to see the magnitude of the minor deviations.

I should have worded that differently. I should have said "information SUMMARY". I was on my way back here to change that after anticipating your response ;-)
10-16 19:18
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GeorgeFoxCinematography
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GaryDoug Posted at 10-16 18:55
The page is plain to read and is useful. It is showing that you had 51 minor deviations of .01v in one cell. It also says there were zero major deviations of .07v in any cell and so, there is no graphic for that. You are good. The phantomhelp site offers no such information

Thanks Gary!
10-17 01:23
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GeorgeFoxCinematography
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Labroides Posted at 10-16 17:31
Any idea why this is happenning on one of my batteries.
You've been fooled by Airdata's silly graphic showing minor deviations.
You didn't notice at the top of the Airdata page where it says:

I ve made a question of a concern that i have your reply to me was at least ironic. Comments, theory and introduction for nothing ,just to show that you "know" . Congratulation you "know"
10-17 01:26
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Niknik Posted at 10-16 14:38
You can try to fully charge and check again

Will do that as well, but i am always do "full" cycles if you may.

Thanks!
10-17 01:27
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GeorgeFoxCinematography Posted at 10-17 01:26
I ve made a question of a concern that i have your reply to me was at least ironic. Comments, theory and introduction for nothing ,just to show that you "know" . Congratulation you "know"responding

Why ask for help if you are going to come on like that to anyone responding?
And why phrase your stupid response in that weird way?

You really are a tosser aren't you?

And you probably still think that GPS isn't global.

10-17 02:34
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GeorgeFoxCinematography Posted at 10-17 01:26
I ve made a question of a concern that i have your reply to me was at least ironic. Comments, theory and introduction for nothing ,just to show that you "know" . Congratulation you "know"

He was not criticizing you, rather the Airdata site format. I think Airdata.com is ok but Lab does not. C'est la vie. Or to quote a very knowledgable member here "To each his own"
10-17 18:37
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