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Old 02-26-2015, 06:40 PM   #1
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Default Duratrax Ice Charger Settings NIMH

I know not many racers still using the Duratrax Ice Charger. I know the settings for LiPo batteries. However, going to run a 1/18 SCT and been ages
since I used NIMH batteries. I have picked up a 6 cell 7.2 volt 1600 NIMH battery and need help with settings please

Charging Current
Discharge Current
Peak Sensor
Discharge Volt
Trickle Current

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1.6 amps
the same
6mV
cutoff voltage?? .9V
no trickle
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Old 02-26-2015, 08:59 PM   #3
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comish.. I stoped using a ICE along time ago due to its wild voltages when charging lipo;s and other batterys.. and the charger just recharging a battery over and over


Charge current. do a aa cycle ch/dis.. about 5.. at 1 amp charge n 5 amp discharge to cycle battery
Then charge battery .. 1.6 amps
dis 5 amps
PV 17 mv not high just the ICEs faults require this peak
dis .8 volts a cell..
always run a trickle on nimh or nicad.... .25 amps..
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