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Old 04-01-2012, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default Robbe 847 With Bid Chip's


First, I want to thank you for your support last night, helping out with marshaling, and ensuring all the kids had fun! Thanks for your continued support at NORCAR.

below would be my suggestion of a post for the charger…

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Looking For More Information on the Robbe Power Peak E1 Charger !!!

I have the Robbe Power Peak E1 charger, and it is one of the best chargers I have used (and I have used them all!). I really like the fact that the screen displays all the vital information about my batteries without the use of a magnifying glass!!!! The buttons are easy to use, and navigating the screen is super simple - this is a great charger!

I have 2 questions:
1. Can you adjust the peek volt? I have looked on the menu screens, but can't find a way to adjust to the ROAR rule of 4.25 volts. If the charger can't adjust, a upgrade to the software is NEEDED!

2. It looks like the max discharge is 3.9 volts, I would like to increase that to 4 volts - can that be done? If not - once again this is needed for a competition level charger……

When Bid Chip installed I can only set the top off 4.20 or 4.30
NOT "4.22" WILL NOT LET ME GO IN BETWEEN 4.20 <> 4.30

If someone has this charger, and has found a way to adjust the two settings - please post!! Or can the Bid Chip be reprogrammed to a another decimal point 4.24If you can't adjust the settings, I sure hope a software upgrade will be made available soon!!!

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