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Old 07-19-2003, 04:52 AM   #1
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Default Integy 16X9 Ver. 5 Question

Guys i got a Integy 16X9 Ver5. Im satisfied with this charger i was just wondering if it has memory storage like the 16X5 that will allow me to store diffrent setups for diffrent capacity batteries ??

Apart from that i keep getting CHARGER TO HOT message all the time specially when im cycling. I never get this message on my 16X5...is there any mods/uprgrades to rectify this problem ??

All help would be appreciated.
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Old 07-19-2003, 05:32 AM   #2
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I've got a 16x9. I don't believe there is any way to save your setup for different batteries. I also see the too hot message but it's usually after cycling 3 to 4 batteries back to back. It's the only high end charger I've had so I'm very happy with it even if I have to change the setup when I charge AA and AAA's.
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Old 07-23-2003, 02:28 AM   #3
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Default Got another question and thanks fatdoggy

Thanks fatdoggy for your help.

And someone there know if i can hook up my comm truer and my fans behind the terminals of the 16X9 or cant i ?? I hope someone can help because the manual dont say much. Anywayz happy racing.
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Sorry never saw your post.

The terminals at the back overide if your in the middle of an action(charging/discharging/cycling).

They output 12v's so you can use it for a comm lathe as long as it dosn't spin the armature too fast for a decient cut. Also a fan or whatever runs at 12v can be run out of the back of the charger.
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Sorry never saw your post.

The terminals at the back overide if your in the middle of an action(charging/discharging/cycling).

They output 12v's so you can use it for a comm lathe as long as it dosn't spin the armature too fast for a decient cut. Also a fan or whatever runs at 12v can be run out of the back of the charger.
Thanks mate, you have been really helpful i didnt want to risk hooking something up
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