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Old 09-17-2006, 11:54 PM   #1
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Dear All,

I would like to represent TEAM WAVE to announce that Lightning V2 discharge/Equalizing tray will release soon. Although apperance is the same, several features were added:

1/ 20Amp pulse discharge (Discharge a fully charged 4200mah battery in less than 30min !! Twice faster than competitor 30Amp discharge and battery will only gets warm)
2/ Maximum 6A linear discharge
3/ Advanced A.C.C.S (adaptive current control system, automatically adjust discharge current to keep battery at cutoff voltage)
4/ Dead short mode and extended cutoff voltage ( cutoff voltage: 0.00V, 0.70V-1.20V)
5/ Build in buzzer
6/ Reverse battery alarm
7/ Non polar power supply design
8/ Higher power internal fan (from Sunon)
9/ Lead Free, ROHS compliant

Price will NOT higher than before!

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Old 09-18-2006, 12:15 AM   #2
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How is a 20amp discharge faster than a 30amp discharge? Please explain the method so that all may understand.

Also is the unit self powered or require a DC power source to operate?
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Old 09-18-2006, 01:22 AM   #3
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How is a 20amp discharge faster than a 30amp discharge? Please explain the method so that all may understand.

Also is the unit self powered or require a DC power source to operate?
Pulse discharge buddy, so the time that it pulses "on" at 20A is long enough to discharge faster than another tray that pulses at 30A.
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Old 09-18-2006, 01:57 AM   #4
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Pulse discharge is controlled by turn on and turn off of the discharge MOSFET. The time required to discharge a pack is goverened by the discharge current during ON portion and how long it takes for rest (the OFF portion).

For example, some 30amp discharge system ON/OFF ratio is 1:5 (discharge 30Amp for 0.5sec and rest 2.5sec), in average it is 30/6 = 5Amp discharge.

Lightning V2 ON/OFF ratio is about 1:1, in average it is 20/2 = 10Amp discharge.

That's why it is twice faster than 30Amp discharge!
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Old 09-18-2006, 02:56 AM   #5
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will this version have some sort of detection or cut off incase it is hooked up wrong way around which i accidently done.wasnt paying attention and pluged it in to the power supply in reverse.and the thing just shut down
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Old 09-18-2006, 03:04 AM   #6
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In this version, the unit can still function if the power supply is reversed! It will work no matter how you plug it, just 12.0V - 13.8V supply is okay.
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What about the problem with the buttons?
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Old 09-18-2006, 03:54 AM   #8
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We have change the supplier of the button in this version
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Is an upgrade available to the version 1?

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For example, some 30amp discharge system ON/OFF ratio is 1:5 (discharge 30Amp for 0.5sec and rest 2.5sec), in average it is 30/6 = 5Amp discharge.

Lightning V2 ON/OFF ratio is about 1:1, in average it is 20/2 = 10Amp discharge.

That's why it is twice faster than 30Amp discharge!
Okay, understood. These Amp numbers are per cell right?

Here's a question for the battery guys, does the battery perform better at the pulsed 20amp or the pulsed 30amp discharge? Especially the IBs because they are so sensitive.
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sound good when will they reliese
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Best !
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whoooohhh!!!!!!! Luckily I waited I almost bought the version 1 but seems like a lot of people having problem with it so I decided not too. And this one seem have same features as the current discharger we have now. ok enough talking when is it going to be available?
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Old 09-18-2006, 01:03 PM   #14
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OHˇˇˇ, is good and bad news, for me. I purchase recently a teamwave discharge tray, please make a update firmware for v.1. But, i think is not posible, for the hardware differencies. In the other hand, this work very good, my batteries seem news now.

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Team Wave Lightning V1 for sale
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