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    How do you know if your xl-5 has lvc???

    I have a waterproof xl5, but how do I know if it has lvc?

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    it says wight on it LVD , Hv to look real close at the sticker .
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    I can't find it... where is it at on the sticker?

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    It's on the front edge, right below the on/off button. Chances are, if you don't see it, it doesn't have it.

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    It doesn't come with all waterproof xl-5's?

    If I don't have it, is there any way too run lipo without it?
    Last edited by Dadx2mj; 05-16-2013 at 07:54 PM.

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    Thread has been cleaned up take comments that are off topic to PM or if they are rude just keep them to yourself.
    Last edited by Dadx2mj; 05-16-2013 at 09:22 PM.
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    Ok thank you for reopening my thread. So I've done some research and will a low voltage alarm be able to replace lvd, as in I mean will it work the same way but make a sound instead of shutdown?
    Thank you all

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    Quote Originally Posted by zreuille98 View Post
    Ok thank you for reopening my thread. So I've done some research and will a low voltage alarm be able to replace lvd, as in I mean will it work the same way but make a sound instead of shutdown?
    Thank you all
    Yes, it doesn't matter what works, as long as it alerts you before the lipos drop too far. It could be a strobing red light on the top triggered by a low voltage monitor, doesn't matter. Some of the low voltage alerts have an adjustable voltage setting to allow you to fine tune them, some don't.

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    Alright thanks, I was looking at a low voltage alarm that I could program to make an alarm sound when one of the cells dropped between the voltage I want.(I will set mine at 3.5v)

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    Sounds good to me, Let us know how it all works out!

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    Just ordered the voltage alarm that spc sells

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