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ok im guessing discharging is when you use the zapper to zap electricity into the battery, I won't be discharging, but I will be using the battery for a robot so I'll be using it all the time, is that bad? I want to make a robot that will never get turned off, just goes to sleep every night/charges
thx so much, so if I get an actually charger for them its not possible to overcharge/over discharge? it'll automatically stop charging when its full?
okay, thank you, and how safe are lead acid batteries, also I don't understand that second part about connecting them in a series for voltage and parallel for amp hour
did a couple of research yesterday and I'm completely new to robotics and I heard lithium ion batteries are very dangerous and can explode, I was thinking of getting nimh batteries but found out those can explode too, the robot might use 9 servos but it still won't be that big so won't lead acid be to heavy?
so basically get a different battery, what do you suggest I should get for 9 servo humanoid robot?
I am making a robot, so Im using more than 2(about 9) servos, should I get a different battery or is that battery still fine
size doesnt matter
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