Originally Posted by Rob Phillips
I don't believe the ICE does either though. The ICE is a good charger none the less.
Below are the fuctions of the ICE,
Input Voltage: 11-15V DC
Battery Types, # of cells: 1-10 Nickel-Cadmium cells (1.2-12.0V NiCd)
1-10 Nickel-Metal Hydride cells (1.2-12.0V NiMH)
1-4 Lithium-lon or Lithium-Polymer cells (3.6-14.8V Li-lon/Li-Po)
Battery capacity range: 100-9900mAh
Fast charge current: 0.1-8.0A (1C max for Li-lon/Po)
Fast charge methods: linear, reflex, impulse and 4-step
Fast charge termination: Peak detection for NiCd and NiMH "constant current / constant voltage" for Li-lon / Li-Po optional thermal cutoff for all battery types
Peak sensitivity: 0-25mV adjustable
Trickle charge current: 0-500mA (n/a for Li-lon / Li-Po)
Discharge current: 0.1-10.0A adjustable
Dishcharge cut-off voltage: 0.1-1.1V per cell NiCd & NiMH 2.5-3.7V per cell Li-lon / Li-Po
Temperature cut-off range: 50-132°F (10-56°C)
Cycle count: one to ten cycles (n/a for Li-lon / Li-Po)
Cycle cooloff delay: 1-30 minutes adjustable
Battery memories: 10
Display type: 8 line, 21-character LCD (168 characters max)
Graphical displays: Graphs charge and discharge voltage curves
Output connectors: banana jacks (two adapter leads included)
Motor break-in: 1.0-8.0V selectable, 1-120 minutes, 10A constant
Case size: 5.5 x 1.8 x 5.9" (140 x 45 x 150mm)
Weight: 21 oz. (605g)
It definitely has more features then the Much More CTX.
And both ICE and CTX are made in the same country??
As for the APS, I sold it off after 1 race...........
Well, I myself is getting a Robitronic overloader, a improved version of the ICE.