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Old 05-11-2003, 01:27 PM   #1
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power pack and reedy charger question

Hi guys, i have a quasar pro and love it, this weekend i bought a motomaster power pack (leisure battery type pack) in the manual they say to be carefull and contact the manufaturer of any battery charger you hook up to it, my question is: do any of you guys using this power pack to plug in your quasar?
i will contact reedy in the next couple of days to make sure but just wanted to see if anyone else is using it to feed your reedy charger.
the user manual says the output is modified sinewaves (non-sinusoidal) whatever that means.


(i already asked this question in the quasar pro thread but i thought i make a new thread to maybe catch the attention of someone who hasn't read the other thread)
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