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Old 01-14-2002, 08:59 AM   #1
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Has anyone heard of this charger?....is it good?
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Old 01-14-2002, 11:30 PM   #2
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Didn't u buy it?
http://www.waigo.com.hk/ex14pro.htm

The other list of chargers are here
http://www.waigo.com.hk/charger.htm

All of 'em look like something from Apex HK.
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Yup i do...wah like that also can remember ah?..good memory dude...

ive been doing some reading up on chargers and realised that im missing out on a lot of functions like peak detection setting, cutoff voltage setting, trickle on/off, bla bla bla.....my charger it seems quite simple....ok make that very simple...only 1 button.

oh yeah, and what on earth is Fuzzy Logic?

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lol dragon .. my charger is even simpler !!!!!!
plug and charge but it has a peak detaction and its the size of a V7.1 maybe slightly smaller /bigger
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but the peak detection voltage setting and discharge amp adjustment seems to be quite important for managing batteries....

haizz...i blame myself for not researching much before investing in the charger....
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hehe important ? maybe ....but if u r not running at a worlds event or a National event i dont think u need it ...

well a good ole plug and charge digital peak detection is good enuff for me Easier also ..
for discharging i use a automotive headlamp i think its 60Watt 8 ams -if i m not mistaken
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