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Old 02-09-2002, 06:34 AM   #1
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Default nimh 1100 ma battery charging ?

i am needing to get a charger for my integy 1100ma nimh batteries, and i noticed this charger that ofna makes for these battery packs. i am wanting to know if this is ok to use this on these battery packs or not.
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Old 02-09-2002, 07:25 AM   #2
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I use that charger with my Orion 1100mah nimh packs. Works great. There is also a "universal" nimh charger made by MaxxProd Electronics www.maxxprod.com that will charge both your rx and tx packs at the same time (if you decide to convert your tx to nimh). I use that charger also with excellent results. I converted my Lynx 3D to 1600mah nimh batteries. I can run 3 classes all weekend without having to worry about my tx dying. Between the maxxprod charger and ofna charger, all my vehicles are always ready for action.
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