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Your voltage resting will be about 3.35-3.38V so the first time you hit the throttle that's the voltage the controller will see, NOT 3.2V. Do your math with 3.38V.

And yes when you are charging the voltage will increase very slightly until it is nearly charged. At that point it will rise rapidly in comparison. That voltage should be less than the Max V on the data sheet.

Calb says Max charge is 3.6V. 3.5V works nicely so I've been told.
 
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