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giz_60

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According the person who posted that .csv file, the Wh's for those batteries is 29.19..post #2 of this thread
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Yes, i did that too! Hopefully my triade now shows the correct % of the batteries... Thanks again!
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Is this files suitable for single VTC6? I own a VT75 nano. Can I use it there?
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csv Sony_VTC6.csv     
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Try downloading this one...

zip 3-Sony_VT6_18650.zip     


Thank you so very much for that, finally my mod shows the real battery levels...
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What we have to input in "Watt hour" and "cell cut off" using 3xVTC6?

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Wh=29.44    Cell Soft Cutoff=2.75

csv Sony_VTC6 (3)_18650_3000 mah_29.435 Wh.csv     

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thank you, does this .csv also incules all other configurations (like discharge profile) for VTC6? 
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The .csv is the discharge profile. You will have to manually enter the Wh's & cell cutoff... and then be sure to upload to device...
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thanks anything else to configure in batteries?

also can i charge for the first time new batteries with USB? 

i don't have any external charger like nitecore

also is there any difference for your .csv and JimScotty0 's .csv?

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Max Peak Input Current & Max Sustained Input Current should be 28... first time charge with USB may or may not work, depending on cell voltage & if they are close to being balanced...I wouldn't do it, but thats me...
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Max Peak Input Current & Max Sustained Input Current should be 28... first time charge with USB may or may not work, depending on cell voltage & if they are close to being balanced...I wouldn't do it, but thats me...

just thank you for the useful information!

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also is there any difference for your .csv and JimScotty0 's .csv?

what about this question??

i have run mine vtc6 and giveme 29,09.and why you put so low your cut off in 2,75?i think the safer is 2,8 and up.
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