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Minor cell voltage derivations on a relatively new battery. Normal or not?

Yaros

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Hello, I have been flying my mavic air 2 for 4 months now, and just started using Airdata, when I looked at the battery cells tab I found this:

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No major derivations have been found, but anyway, is this normal for a 4 month old battery?
 
@Yaros nothing wrong there ,its major cell deviations you need to worry about
as the different demands for voltage are made during flight then this will vary the amount coming from each cell, perfectly normal for this to happen
 
If you read the text that was below the graphic in Airdata, it tells you that it's completely normal.
Airdata unnecessarily scares many flyers with this.
True, especially that there is a yellow and red zone!
That's why I was confused! 0.05V difference is not much when inflight for a normal LiPo.
 
Is good to monitor the cells to make sure the IR is good. However, DJI batteries are pretty good on that. On the R/C Helis and Airplanes is very important to keep an eye on the lips IR.

As higher is the IR more chances you have to have a failure in the air. But again, nothing to be worried about it with DJI batteries.
 
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