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Old 06-10-2006, 03:30 AM   #31
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yes,since lipo is for the future.can't chargo two packs at one time???sad which one demands a stable power supply more than the other one???
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Old 06-10-2006, 03:32 AM   #32
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Not trying to start a flame here, but has anyone actually measured and compared this "Super Linear Current" to other chargers? I've seen recorded data that shows the current from the CM and it didn't look any more special compared to other chargers. Just curious.
Also, the Pulsar Comp 2 is another charger that has pretty much all the same features.

yup it pretty much looks like the orion step charging.The Pulsar is a bit out of my reach
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Old 06-10-2006, 04:17 AM   #33
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one more pt to consider...
will you plan to go for LiPo in near future?
if yes...orion is the way to go...
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The Cellmaster also charges Lipo's!
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Old 06-10-2006, 04:22 AM   #34
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The Cellmaster also charges Lipo's!

i think he noe that too,but maybe orion is better at charging Lipo's????
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Both the Much More and Orion have a LiPo charge function. But the Much More can only charge at 1A.
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Both the Much More and Orion have a LiPo charge function. But the Much More can only charge at 1A.

and the orion can charge lipo at how many amps???
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Old 06-10-2006, 05:03 AM   #38
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AH i see.so anyone gonna answer me about the power supply question???which one 'demands' a better,stable power supply???
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AH i see.so anyone gonna answer me about the power supply question???which one 'demands' a better,stable power supply???
You should be using a decent power supply anyways. I don't think one or the other "demands" a better power supply, however, the Much More unit does have a auto restart function in the case of power failure.
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Well, i believe that both chargers are good. But i opted for the Cellmaster. Very easy to use and very friendly to the batts. It also has an input for the seperate muchmore fan. The fan switch can be set up on the Cellmaster. Does the Advantage have that function too? Another great thing, the Cellmaster is upgradable to higher model when Muchmore comes up with a downloadable update. Meaning, no need to buy or change chargers in the next three years. All you have to do is upgarde it. Other features can be added when Team Muchmore releases their updates from their site.

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wow that is a very nice feature indeed.all i'm wondering is do i need the motor run in mode.can't i just run the car around for a few packs????
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wow that is a very nice feature indeed.all i'm wondering is do i need the motor run in mode.can't i just run the car around for a few packs????

guys?????some help???
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Running in a motor is done at 0,5 to 2 volt. At the track you use 7,2 or more. Running in is the best way.


Coming back on the choice: Itīs difficult, but I got two cell masters and a seperate motor tester and very very happy.

But I know a lot of people who can say the same about having a TO.

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