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Episode 3: FCPX Tutorial
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Battery Tender Battery Chargers Trickle Tutorial Eastwood

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Lipo Battery Pack Tutorial

So you want to go lipo?

Well you have made the big choice and now you need to know where to start. Well the first thing to look at is the condition on your gearbox. This is going to be one of those times where you have to be very truthful with yourself. Is this gearbox in the best shape it can be? When was the last time you shimmed the gearbox? When did you last grease the gearbox? If you have not taken the time to make sure you have no noise or play in your gears take that time now. You will pay later when a ankle oscillation turns into a spinning gear of death and takes out your AEG in the middle of sustained fire if you do not.

While you are in the gearbox there are some other things you should look at. What gauge and quality is your wiring? If you are not at 16 or 18 gauge wire then take the time now and change it so that you have a big enough and strong enough pipe to push the new sustained voltage.

The C rating of a lithium polymer battery denotes how much current you can draw out of a pack at a continuous rate. Example:

1600mah 10c battery 1600mah / 10000mah = 1.6ah 1.6ah x 10c = 16 amps

1000mah 20C Pack 1000mah / 1000mah = 1ah, 1ah x 20c = 20 Amps

1500mah 25C Battery 1500mah / 1000mah = 1.5ah, 1.5ah x 25c = 37.5 Amps

So the higher your discharge rate (C Rating) the more amperes you can push out continuously. Resulting in your motor being able to pull as much as it wants / can for a longer time. Most NIMH batteries are 10c.

You may also want to do an AOE (angle of engagement) correction. This involves totally reading the timing on your piston head and should not be if you do not fully feel confident.

First remove the second to last tooth on the piston. Then shim the piston head so that the piston lines up exactly with the first tooth on the sector gear. We have a guide HERE. You may also want to upgrade all the other fun parts that require you to have the gearbox and gun body open.

New stronger spring

New piston

New Piston Head

New air seal nozzle

New bucking

New inner barrel

Now this is no small amount of work.

Taking apart a gearbox and replacing a spring can be a daunting challenge depending on your level of skill but with time and the wonderful world wide web you can find step by step guides to disassemble and reassemble your gearbox. See our guide HERE.

Then we can talk about MOSFET. MOSFET is a electrical switch that (in simple terms) regulates voltage to your gearbox. You can wire one in, but if you go for a 7.4v it is only necessary for ROF regulation, but if you are going for the 11.1 then you really should put one in. Installation and operation are part specific and come with detailed instructions.

Now that you have a new freshly shimmed tricked out gearbox now what? You need to look at your connectors. Deans are one of the most popular connectors because they have a lower resistance that the standard mini tamiya, and they are a soldered connection not a crimped, that is why many people switch to them. They do require sold but with a little time and patience that should be not problem for the average person. You can see a great guide HERE.

So now it comes down to the real deal 7.4 or 11.1. If you are confident in your work switching to a 11.1 is not a big deal but this is a higher voltage and a longer sustained amperage so this is for those who want the highest rate of fire. If you are just looking for a longer play time then 7.4v should get you a rate of fire in between a 8.4 and 9.6 and with the upgraded internals any AEG will handle a 7.4v lipo.

Plus we all know about air discharge. Nickel metal hydride batteries are great if you charge them the night before but you will have to charge them every time. There will always be a little "air discharge" but with Lithium you get almost none.


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TP5100 Single 4.2V / Dual 8.4V 2A Lithium Battery Charging Board Review Test Tutorial

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DIY 24v LiFePO4 Solar Battery Bank! Beginner Friendly, 2.4 kWh, Cheap, Full Tutorial!

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Video Table of Contents
Cost of System: 0:42
Lithium Battery Crash Course: 1:56
Overdischarge Protection: 2:25
Bottom Balancing and Balancing Explained: 3:56

DIY Step by Step Instructions: 6:08
Connecting cells together with VHB and Hose Clamps: 7:24
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Adding a Balance Cable: 10:26
Connecting the Battery to a Balancer: 12:45
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Parallel vs. series of battery cells, and max number of parallel strings recommended: 24:34

If the cells have a voltage difference of more than .2-.3 of a volt (example: one cell is 2.7 volts, and another cell is 3.5 volts), you should not parallel connect, and instead discharge the higher voltage cell with a 25-50 watt, 2.7 ohm resistor. Just attach the leads of the resistor to the individual higher voltage cell, and wait till it is at a voltage that is closer to the other cells. When they are within .5 volts of each other, then you can connect them in parallel and allow them to equalize. Another way to do this is to charge the lower voltage cells, but 3 volt chargers are not easy to find, so I would stick to the resistor method. These resistors only cost a dollars each, and you can find them at most electronics supply stores.

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Basic Configuration Tutorial For the Cisco ASA 5505 Firewall

The Cisco ASA 5505 Firewall is the smallest model in the new 5500 Cisco series of hardware appliances. Although this model is suitable for small businesses, branch offices or even home use, its firewall security capabilities are the same as the biggest models (5510, 5520, 5540 etc). The Adaptive Security technology of the ASA firewalls offers solid and reliable firewall protection, advanced application aware security, denial of service attack protection and much more. Moreover, the performance of the ASA 5505 appliance supports 150Mbps firewall throughput and 4000 firewall connections per second, which is more than enough for small networks.

In this article I will explain the basic configuration steps needed to setup a Cisco 5505 ASA firewall for connecting a small network to the Internet. We assume that our ISP has assigned us a static public IP address (e.g as an example) and that our internal network range is We will use Port Address Translation (PAT) to translate our internal IP addresses to the public address of the outside interface. The difference of the 5505 model from the bigger ASA models is that it has an 8-port 10/100 switch which acts as Layer 2 only. That is, you can not configure the physical ports as Layer 3 ports, rather you have to create interface Vlans and assign the Layer 2 interfaces in each VLAN. By default, interface Ethernet0/0 is assigned to VLAN 2 and it’s the outside interface (the one which connects to the Internet), and the other 7 interfaces (Ethernet0/1 to 0/7) are assigned by default to VLAN 1 and are used for connecting to the internal network. Let’s see the basic configuration setup of the most important steps that you need to configure.

Step1: Configure the internal interface vlan


ASA5505(config)# interface Vlan 1

ASA5505(config-if)# nameif inside

ASA5505(config-if)# security-level 100

ASA5505(config-if)# ip address

ASA5505(config-if)# no shut

Step 2: Configure the external interface vlan (connected to Internet)


ASA5505(config)# interface Vlan 2

ASA5505(config-if)# nameif outside

ASA5505(config-if)# security-level 0

ASA5505(config-if)# ip address

ASA5505(config-if)# no shut

Step 3: Assign Ethernet 0/0 to Vlan 2


ASA5505(config)# interface Ethernet0/0

ASA5505(config-if)# switchport access vlan 2

ASA5505(config-if)# no shut

Step 4: Enable the rest interfaces with no shut


ASA5505(config)# interface Ethernet0/1

ASA5505(config-if)# no shut

Do the same for Ethernet0/1 to 0/7.

Step 5: Configure PAT on the outside interface


ASA5505(config)# global (outside) 1 interface

ASA5505(config)# nat (inside) 1

Step 6: Configure default route towards the ISP (assume default gateway is


ASA5505(config)# route outside 1

The above steps are the absolutely necessary steps you need to configure for making the appliance operational. Of course there are much more configuration details that you need to implement in order to enhance the security and functionality of your appliance, such as Access Control Lists, Static NAT, DHCP, DMZ zones, authentication etc.

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