Originally Posted by baih
nimah mode is for receiver packs. i think the nicad linear was the mode for charging nimah. the other nicad mode is for the older nicad batteries only. you must use the linear version for nimah. peak at .03 first and go up from there. if the battery gets too hot then peak lower. if you get alot of false peaks then save the charger for the smaller batteries and get a new charger.
Correct, & to elaborate a bit in a way that you'll see on the Millenium's display screen, you'll want to charge NiMh race packs at 5-6 amps using the NiCd Linear charge mode, turn OFF any trickle charge, & set the voltage threshold to about 5mV to start & keep an eye on the packs the first few times you charge them(so you'll know if that gets 'em too hot, or if they're false peaking, but keep in mind with the original Millenium, you can only go down to 4mV per cell on the threshold, but that's most likely as low as you'll need to go, & if they don't get hot or false peak alot, then go up a bit on it & continue to monitor them till you find the setting that your packs like).....