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Old 10-16-2003, 07:40 AM   #106
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Look at al the data on the screen!
Cell per cell monitoring.

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Old 10-16-2003, 09:31 AM   #107
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That Futaba charger looks fantastic - but I'm sure they showed it a year ago as well..
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Old 10-16-2003, 10:10 AM   #108
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i have a yok charger and pitbull. they are bothe great chargers...

anyone felt that the pitbull charger doesnt give enough punch for stock racing? my friend was complaining how it doesnt give enough punch for the battery!
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Old 10-16-2003, 10:55 AM   #109
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Release day for the CDR 5000

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Look at al the data on the screen!
Cell per cell monitoring.

Anyone know the release day of this things.

They said June but now we are in Oct and counting...
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Old 10-16-2003, 01:30 PM   #110
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Look at al the data on the screen!
Cell per cell monitoring.

ProTrak does cell by cell discharging!
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Old 10-16-2003, 02:17 PM   #111
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No it doesn't - it just monitors.
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How are the Tekin 112a and 100L chargers doing charging GP 3300 cells? I have a Tekin BC 48 digital display linear DC charger and I was wondering if I should buy a new charger or if I can use this one for a while. I am not sure what the charging voltage drop for cutoff is, but I can watch the voltage of the cells.

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Hi guys!!
I just got RecordBraker charger last month, It's awesome !!! I think this is the best charger ever I had.
RecordBraker(Straight, inc makes it) is most popular charger now in japan.
world champion Atushi Hara use it and got 2nd place on JapanNationals of 2003 with using this charger.
It has 3stage charging system which can set everything at manually.
highly recomend!!
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Old 10-17-2003, 02:33 AM   #114
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where did u get it? how much?
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Hi guys!!
I just got RecordBraker charger last month, It's awesome !!! I think this is the best charger ever I had.
RecordBraker(Straight, inc makes it) is most popular charger now in japan.
world champion Atushi Hara use it and got 2nd place on JapanNationals of 2003 with using this charger.
It has 3stage charging system which can set everything at manually.
highly recomend!!

How does it differ from the Robitronic Expert (3stage charging)?
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Old 10-17-2003, 10:41 AM   #116
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This site sells the Futaba CDR-5000 Charger $500 USD

http://www.toykar.com/viewprod.php?pid=407
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Has anyone tried the black widow charger with the GP 3300's? If so, any problems out of the charger?

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Old 10-17-2003, 12:35 PM   #118
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Default Eagle CDC V6.0/B

Question for anybody with this particular charger (or it's Integy equivalent)...

Is it normal for the charge cycle to stop for a couple of seconds every minute - it's rather freaking me out - I'm guessing it's part of the "Internal Resistance" monitoring or some other calculation - either that or mine is faulty...

Also, there is a manual addenda in the box (all in Japanese sadly) - the diagrams show suggested thresholds for GP and Sanyo 3300's, and also mentions "Batt V Too Low" and "Batt V Too High", plus a table of amperages - does anyone know what this all means and is it important?

PS I'm trying to do some back to back tests with the Pro-trak to see how the two compare...
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Old 10-17-2003, 12:39 PM   #119
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Default Re: Eagle CDC V6.0/B

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Question for anybody with this particular charger (or it's Integy equivalent)...

Is it normal for the charge cycle to stop for a couple of seconds every minute - it's rather freaking me out - I'm guessing it's part of the "Internal Resistance" monitoring or some other calculation - either that or mine is faulty...

Also, there is a manual addenda in the box (all in Japanese sadly) - the diagrams show suggested thresholds for GP and Sanyo 3300's, and also mentions "Batt V Too Low" and "Batt V Too High", plus a table of amperages - does anyone know what this all means and is it important?

PS I'm trying to do some back to back tests with the Pro-trak to see how the two compare...
Integy has the English instructions online:

http://integy.automated-shops.com/16X5v6_Page4.pdf
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Old 10-17-2003, 01:22 PM   #120
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Hi-LowBrow, The Staight Recordbreaker looks indeed very good. Could you give some specs? Also, does it come with an English manual?

Thanks.
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