OPTIONAL BATTERY BOX
To connect to the optional battery box, simply plug the battery box into the battery pack connector from the TURBO35. Then connect the small red alligator
clip to the small red lead on the battery box and the small black alligator clip to the small black lead. The small voltage sensing leads must be connected
to get accurate discharge readings. DO NOT hook up any extra wire to the battery box high current leads. This can cause the discharge current to
taper off at the end of the discharge.
Mount the end of the battery box with the springs to a flat surface with the holes provided. The other end of the box is left free to move. Do not tighten
the screws all the way, otherwise the battery box will not move freely.
The battery box may be forced open by squeezing the spring end of the rods and the box between the thumb and the forefingers. This is useful for placing
the battery in the box. The positive terminal of the battery goes to the red lead end of the battery box. Rotating the battery in the box will ensure good
connection between the contacts and the battery. To remove the battery, place your finger underneath the battery and push up.
The contacts used are tin plated brass contacts. The contacts can be cleaned using a model train track cleaner for brass tracks such as Rail Zip. They
should be cleaned twice a day.
For a single cell, follow the same procedure as for a pack except reduce all the settings for a single cell.
For example, use a peak detect of value of .03 volts for a single cell versus say .05 for entire pack. Otherwise, its the same. When choosing the number of cells, choose 1.
Everything is in the instructions and they are available online as pdf here: http://www.competitionelectronics.co...s/t35book.pdf.
Just read the entire manual and whenever is says, "single cell" highlight that section.
They should have created a seperate section for single cell but all the information you need IS
in the manual.
If you need more help, just contact CE but everything is in the manual