This is a nice feature - how come Parrot is not advertising this more ? The competition is selling this feature as "smart" or "intelligent" batteries. Did anyone see this mentioned in any Parrot documentation?
... at the end of day ten it should be at the storage voltage...The thing about Anafi batteries is there is always voltage on the mains even with the power button in the off position. This is not good for safety reasons but you can get end protectors so nothing shorts out. Now for your question the battery will start discharging at a slow pace from day one. At the end of day ten it should be at the storage voltage. Nothing wrong with that as we all know Lipo batteries should not be stored at full voltage.
I don't mind they discharge faster then the older smart batteries. Hopefully they will last longer this way.
I'm fairly sure it does as well. I was more speaking in generalities. Overcharge is the worst risk for all lipo's.I believe the smart part of the battery will\should stop over charging. Of course with any electronics things can go wrong but most are pretty fail safe these days. As for the battery in the Anafi I am led to believe it is one of the newer Lipos that are being used by most manufactures now for UAV's. Most are of the high capacity type now, this is one of the reasons the Anafi gets a full 25 minutes of flight time. Of course there are other factors but this is one of them.
You exactly describe the normal Anafi battery behaviour.After storage for two weeks there will be no response to pushing the power button ... connect for just a few sec’s to the charger, disconnect and now power button shows 2/3 charge remaining... Parrot needs to fix...
One of my batteries does not come out of hibernation now. Even on the charger. On the charger I get 4 short red flashes and one long red flash repeating endlessly. I have tried a reset while on the charger. Holding down the button result in the flashing stopping eventually. On button release I get the green led wave followed by a red wave.
However the 4 short red flashes and one long red flash starts a few seconds later. I see 7.4 volts on the battery terminals with a meter.
Is there a disassembly procedure for the battery?