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Old 06-09-2006, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Eagle Racing SP Saddle Auto Cut Discharger?HELP!!

I am a bit of a newb and bought one of these cheap. No instuctions and can't find any on the net. Anyone know anything about this discharger? Supposed to be able to brig the batteries down to .9 or .09 per cell and also take them down to zero too? It only has two options on the tray
1. Equalize
2. Condition
Does equalize mean it will take each cll down to .9? and condition bring the cells down to zero? I have some IB3800's and I have heard they don't like to be taken to zero and I don't want to try. Any help would be much appreciated.

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I believe this is what you have: http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...37106023015.f4
Use the 0.9v per cell option.
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I don't know how to use that setting. There is only two switches on that is the battery type i.e: Nicd or NMH the other says Equalize or condition. There are no other setup options on the box
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Use the NiMh setting for All NiMH cells EXCEPT IB's
Use the NiCD setting for all NiCD AND for IB's

Then process, first using the Step 1 function, when that has ended, switch to step 2 and use that. Observe the call polarity orientation!

Make sure you discharge your pack on a 20A or higher discharger, to 6V pack level before you place it on the SP unit, or it is going to get very hot! Also make sure you connect the SP to a 12V supply.
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