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Old 05-26-2003, 07:42 PM   #46
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Just to help clear things up some, I do use an original Millenium(not a Pro) version 1.20, & I do use the Linear NiCd charge mode for my NiMh cells, including my packs of GP3300's. I've used everything from a 5mV per cell to a 9mV per cell threshold, & I've seen no problems that way(I've seen SMC actually recommend using a 9mV threshold, that's when I first tried it). The packs get just a bit warm, just like you'd want(not too hot & not cold) & they run just fine on track. What's also nice is that a 9mV threshold also works well for Sanyo 3000HV's(which I still have some packs of), so I don't have to change it over to do any of my NiMh packs....
That's exactly what i wanted to hear!!...thanks for the info Grizzbob

Fastharry, i'm talking bout the old 1 (1.2v)
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That's exactly what i wanted to hear!!...thanks for the info Grizzbob

Fastharry, i'm talking bout the old 1 (1.2v)

so Calvin thiks we're talking about the PRO,and you're talking about athe ORIGINAL millenium..

no wonder this thread reads like an Abbot & Costello routine
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Sorry for all the confusion guys
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for the settings for the gp 3300's i found that these work. try em both

6 mb
5.5 amps

5mv
6.5 amps

any suggestions for sanyo 3300's that work
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I found a power supply from Integy on their site for 65 bucks. It has a 10 amp out put I think. That's pretty good for me. Will be able to charge my 6 amps I need to easily.
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