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Old 07-12-2004, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default neeed help setting charger for tx and rx

hi i have the duratrax piranha and my batteries are aa 1.2 2800 mah each and i have 8 for my m8 and 5 for my receiver but dont know how many amp to charge and set the mv/c treashold thanks
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1/2 amp .5 mV per cell, safe with good run life.
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you mean .5 amp or 1.2 amp
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