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Advice on Discharge/ equalising tray

Old 10-08-2003, 01:03 AM
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Hello Rc Tech ladies n gents. I am after an equalising tray for my gp3300's. Can you please recommend one, or giveme veiw on each one.. is the indi octane 2 any good for ni-mh??

anyways, give me your veiws please.. thanks


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Old 10-08-2003, 05:37 AM
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You have to choose between a fast equalizer with no auto-cut-off and a slow one with cut off.

At my opinion, the best option is to get a fast discharger (non-equalizer-type) with auto cut off, and combine with a slow equalizer, with cut off.
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get the rayspeed one. It has both a 5 and 1 amp selectable discharge rate and a .9 and .1 selectable cutoff voltage.
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