There are also battery chargers that also have a discharge feature. We do not sell these, so I cannot advice you on these. But if you have a battery retailer near you - like a hobby shop that sells LiPo batteries or a store like "Batteries Plus Bulbs" you can ask for advice about what to us to discharge your specific LiPo battery.
The main thing you want to avoid is storing the battery with a full charge - or with the voltage so low that during storage you risk the voltage dropping below the minimum voltage. Even when not in use the voltage will drop very slowly.
For long-term storage - the voltage for LiPo batteries is 3.8v per cell* - the LiPo battery is most stable at this voltage. It is recommended to take a stored battery out every 3 months to charge and discharge back to storage voltage.*The Original battery is a three (3) cell battery.The Plus battery is a four (4) cell battery.
So you would multiply 3.8 by the number of cells for the total readout that will appear in the Upgrade charger readout window.
Always store the battery inside a fire resistant charging/storage bag.
For more info:
The Home Original battery is an 11.1v LiPo battery.
The Home Plus battery is a 14.8v LiPo battery.
This article inspired by customer Kimberly C.
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