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Old 02-07-2007, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default To all the charging experts:

I race nitro so figured you guys would know, i have a Millennium charger and was wondering if i would be able to charge my glow igniter, I have a 3200 sub c battery you guy's run in your cars..I usually charge my igniter with my ice charger because you are able too go down too one cell, buy the Millennium only goes down too 4 cells.. So my question is is there a way to use the Millennium for only one cell...
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Old 02-13-2007, 09:08 PM   #2
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nope you cant get lower than 4 on millenium or the pro version. so there is no way to charge you glow ignitor with it. dynamite does offer a charger specific for glow ignitors. you can buy it seperate or with a glow driver as well for around 20 bucks. the way the charger works it will charge nicd and nimh cell, since it only operates at about .5amps.
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