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INTEGY INDI 0-30 Discharge Board or INDI Octane 2 Discharger 20A

INTEGY INDI 0-30 Discharge Board or INDI Octane 2 Discharger 20A

Old 01-23-2007, 03:31 PM
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Default INTEGY INDI 0-30 Discharge Board or INDI Octane 2 Discharger 20A

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Does anyone have any experience with these discharge boards? I need something that will bring my packs down quickly at the track for later use (after cooling down of course!!!)

Is there a product which is superior from some other maker? I already have a Trinity DPD and I wanted to use them in conjunction. Both these trays say that they bring the packs to zero volts which I thought was bad for IB cells, but these trays have anti cell reversal technology. I don't know the implications of this...

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Old 01-26-2007, 06:05 PM
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The 0-30 works well but you must be very carefull to not let them get to low. If you leave the cells on it to long you can damage the pack. The novak smart tray is about the best one that I have tested, But it does take quit a while to discharge a pack. The new trinity unit is nice also but it takes a long time to discharge also. If you have 30 to 40 minutes then the novak or the trinity are the way to go.
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