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Old 04-03-2003, 10:35 PM   #16
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My LRP Pulsar does the same thing. I was wondering if charging my promatch gp3300 at 5amps with 20mv delta peak detection is too conservative. If so what parameters should i change
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Old 04-04-2003, 12:21 AM   #17
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20mV IS too conservative.try upwards of 25mV.i do my non-matched GP's at 30-35mV...but they jump to 3600++!!
so i set at 25mV.
5Amps is ok.
i believe the instructions come with a 'cheat sheet'.it lists suggested settings for popular batteries.follow that OR go with ur matcher's recommendations.

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Talking about setting your chargers, what would be a good setting for my Quasar? I have Panasonic Ultra Metal 3000's, and wonder wat woudl be a good setting for MY charger?? I set mines at
4 Mah charge,
discharge at 20,
0 trickle,
then the "4 peak adj. nimh" 15mV/C, 90mV/P (I don't even know wat this is.)
and so on..

would this be ok?? thanks for the help=)
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har har
trully dont know how to set a Quasar
but i know 15mV is recommended peak for UMH's
dont know what is 90mV/p
u can charge at more than 4Amps try at least 5A for more punch.
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Old 04-04-2003, 04:21 AM   #20
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Here's some good suggestions about charging: ProMatch
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