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Old 11-01-2003, 06:14 AM   #1
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You use your LRP Pulsar for charge your Transmitter Battery?
I have try with my airtronics 1100mh battery. And is cut every time!!! What is your set, please?

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Old 11-01-2003, 06:24 AM   #2
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I use my Millenium on my 2100's in my transmitter. I charge the transmitter batteries at no more than 1A or and use the NiMH mode....but I'm assuming with the pulsar you'd just dial the delta peak down low to 2-3mV per cell?

I'm sure someone who has tried it can confirm.

What settings have you been trying to use??
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Old 11-01-2003, 06:28 AM   #3
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I charge my 2100 tx batts with my pulsar at 1A. Delta peak set minimum at 5mV. No false peaking.
have you checked your batts with voltmeter or tried using other charger? If it failed, probably the batts has something wrong with it.
I assume you charge other batts (other than tx batts) and is ok?
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ok, thanks i go test. Before i charged my tx battery with my robitronics 2000 and it's ok, i chage in linear at 1A and 3 mv.

I discharging my tx battery and test GTO2 set. Yes with other battery no problem. Your tx battery are 8 cell?

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yep, normal ol 8 cells.
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you can charge 1600mah to 2300mah AAs at 1.5Amps
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Guys;

I use my Pulsar to charge my radio packs all the time.

1A at 40mv. Never had a problem.
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Thanks a lot for all. It's ok now, i have discharge, and charge with the gto set and it's perfect no cut.

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I also use my pulsar to charge radio batteries. ! amp with the 5mv peak dection. Dont discharge on it thou, 10 amps will destroy most aa cells.
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