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Or you could just buy a Turnigy 3S balancer and charger for $4.50,
does pretty-much exactly this. Back-order at the moment though.
> I suggested a module made up of a lithium charger IC, a switching
> mechanism that could isolate those batteries in the chain
> more than 3) once they've charged and some form of electronic load
> (probably a FET). It has been proposed that each battery could have
> own switch controller and thinking about this a small Pic or Atmel
> could be used to provide the intelligent switching per battery with
> charger/battery gauge chip providing the correct charging
> controller chip would either switch it out of the pack chain or
> alternatively switch in the active load to maintain that particular
> charge state.
> Does this seem workable in theory?
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