Very good information to have, well done.
I have a charger that charges packs with a white balance plug (JST-XH plug I think. On Lightmax and Sky Lipo packs). I was given an older 3 cell li-po pack with a used helicopter I bought that is a black balance plug with a hook clip (Thunderpower Plug I think). The white plug has 4 different colored wires and the black plug has 3 red wires and one black one. I understand there is one different wire per cell and a common wire. My question is would it be better to clip off black plug and replace it with a white one for charging or locate an adapter wire for charging. I am capable of the solder work but does the order of the three wires make a difference? Of course I know obviously the ground wire has to be in the same spot.
P.s. It's Flighmax The Blue Simble Is A F, Its Hard To See.
Anyways With The Thunder Power Balancing Tabs, They Ground Every Cell Instead Of Having 1 Common Ground For All The Cells. What I Did Is Made An Adapter That Took Out The Second Ground Wire.
So The Plug That Went Into The Battery Had 4 Spots For Wires. But I Left One Wire Out And Made The Other 3 Go Into A Standard JST Connector And It Balances Perfect.
Hope This Helps. And Sorry If It Doesn't Make Any Sence, I Took A Few Shots Of Alcahol, Lol, Shooting The
With The Fam And Having A Good Time