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Old 06-03-2006, 07:10 PM   #1
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ok ive decided i want to build a 30amp individual cells discharger very simmilar to the integy 0-30,
i worked out that i need .1 ohm round wire resistors but i cannot find them in australia so if any one knows were i can buy them please let me know also
wht should i use to connect to the batteries can u buy tabs like those on the novak smart tray or it a screw in pin idea like on the integy 6s a better design? thanks in advance
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I spent hours looking for tab type connectors and didn't find anything ideal, so I wouldn't waste your time with that. You can buy the integy screw ones, but for $1.50 I think, which seemed a bit expensive for me on top of all the other costs. If you find anything else let me know.
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You could try tool clips that can be bought from a hardware store. Cut them in half and screw them into timber or something non conductive. I found they work really well and are cheap. They come in differant sizes.
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try wes components for the wire wound resisters they have 0.1 ohm 10watt wire wound ceramics $1.30 each
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Add one small diode below R1 for Sure Cut-Off, no more rattling / buzzing sound from relay coil when battery voltage approaching desired cut-off voltage..
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