Onboard programming would be cool, but imagine what kind of user interface
you would need to design into it?? You'd need several buttons at a minimum, and some fancy LCD or other display screen for feedback.
Doubt anyone can remember how to program the GT7 (uses a series of LEDs) without the manual, unless they do it several times every day.
Damned good idea to build the Pit Wizard (handheld & PC versions); even better idea was to build it into the Millenium Pro charger!!
Self-solderable wire posts... Simple BRILLIANT!
Originally posted by glide 1
... old Cyclone TC (green label) ...i like the built in shotkey's on the GT7's though.
GT7 has built-in Schottky... but so does the Cyclone & TC.
(C2/TC2 lost it)
But the built-in Schottky is small and has only limited current so
and external one is still 'recommended' for supermod motors.