Yes, one LiPo was charged to 4.2, the other to 4.1.
Both discharged to 2.5. (not sure why so low)
I did not say it answered your question...
"I don't have a graph for what you ask" is in the very first line.
It does show a loss of mAh.
It has not been stated that abusing a pack will change the voltage. It changes capacity.
I have seen packs that check out perfect voltage wise, but completely shut down the system that they are powering because they simply cannot provide enough amperage anymore. This is why it is important (IMO) to discharge and check the capacity of your LiPo packs. This is a good way (from what I understand) to tell the actual health of your pack.
Whatever it is I just typed... could be wrong.
I am just disappointed that guys open a hobby shop and dont know what they are talking about when it comes to batteries
Back to the LHS employees. While it is expected they be up-to-date on most of the products they sell, I cannot fathom how they would be versed in all the technical aspects of battery pack functions. Heck, I’ve seen major mistakes on how to operate and maintain RC batteries, in print, by other battery suppliers, charger suppliers, and even RC vehicle companies. Sometimes I actually feel sorry for the average hobby shop employee; it can be very overwhelming at times.