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Old 07-20-2006, 08:35 PM   #1
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Default SJ PROPO Supernova Deluxe



SJ Propo Supernova Deluxe


Supernova Deluxe is an update version of Supernova 300.

With using LCB-6C (will be released soon), users can check each lithium-polymer cell voltage with graph.


* Ni-Cd/hydrogen : 1.2V ~ 36V (1~30CELL)
* lithium-polymer : 3.7V ~ 37V (3.6V - 36V) (1~10CELL)
* Lead cell : 2.0V ~ 12.0V (1~6CELL)
* 2CH Charger


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Old 07-20-2006, 10:02 PM   #2
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nice charger. is it a linear charge? the old supernova was a pulse charge
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What max amps can you charge using the RX/TX? Could be good if its above 5 amps.
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:20 PM   #4
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why would you want to charge rx/tx at 5amps for?
on the old model the rx/tx ouput was fixed/non adjustable at 250mA
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can you charge two batteries of it at once!
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What max amps can you charge using the RX/TX? Could be good if its above 5 amps.
Not sure if this answers your question, but on the charger it says:
Charge: 0.1-10A adj.
Discharge: 0.1-5A adj.
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I guess I wanted the option of being able to charge a pack at the same time so if the TX/RX can charge upto 5amps then it should be a good charger. I guess no motor run in
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I guess I wanted the option of being able to charge a pack at the same time so if the TX/RX can charge upto 5amps then it should be a good charger. I guess no motor run in
the older version of this charger (the other blue one) was better. it had the ice charger software but was also equiped with two fans on the heatsink and the heatsink had a "cage" around it. it looks like this version has a updated version of the ice discharger software minus run in feature (which you could also use to power a lathe

out of these i prefer the older blue version.
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Wow! How much does this charger cost in US$?

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the older version of this charger (the other blue one) was better. it had the ice charger software but was also equiped with two fans on the heatsink and the heatsink had a "cage" around it. it looks like this version has a updated version of the ice discharger software minus run in feature (which you could also use to power a lathe

out of these i prefer the older blue version.
oh shut up tomB. this charger replaces the Supernova 3000. not the supernova competition.

This Supernova DELUX is more a nitro and plane users. 30 cells and PB charge.
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what a wierd looking charger
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