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Old 02-12-2003, 09:02 AM   #1
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Any comments on this charger?
What is the charge and discharge rate?

What is the pros and cons?

Does this charger has any limitations on cell capacity?

Will it shows the full capacity if I am using a GP3300 and peaking it up to 3600mah?Meaning is the display on capacity inifinite?

Can it be upgraded to newer version, if can how to and price?


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Old 02-12-2003, 11:06 AM   #2
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It is very good i have 2 years now with out problems. It has a limitation of 8 cells. you dont have a problem of peaking or charging 3300 cells. it can go more than 5000 ...dont worry.
You can upgrade it very easily by changing a small chip.. for info about the prices go to his site
http://www.pro-trak.co.uk/

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It is very good i have 2 years now with out problems. It has a limitation of 8 cells. you dont have a problem of peaking or charging 3300 cells. it can go more than 5000 ...dont worry.
You can upgrade it very easily by changing a small chip.. for info about the prices go to his site
http://www.pro-trak.co.uk/

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The upgrading cost a bomb.... Is yours the version 6....can I say that the display can read up to 5000mah is the pack is 5000mah...meaning display capacity up to 9999mah?
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I don't know what features version 6 has, but the charge rate is very adjustable, the discharge rate is 20A, and the charger should be adjustable to charge 3300's (just use the right peak delta)
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The upgrading cost a bomb.... Is yours the version 6....can I say that the display can read up to 5000mah is the pack is 5000mah...meaning display capacity up to 9999mah?
Find someone who has a newer version...you can copy the EEPROM with an EEPROM writer.....easy to do...no problem going from 6.45 to 7.xx......
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Hi all

Does the version 6 comes with the heat sensor on the heat sink and is it useable with the tempeture detect module without sending back it to do modifications?

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All modifications and upgrades can be done by the end user, there is no need to send it back to Pro Trak
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