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Old 01-26-2009, 04:13 PM   #16
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Set it to 15mv delta peak (If it is whole pack setting, which it sounds like it is)
Also use the temp probe if the charger has one as a safety for your cells. set the temp cut off to 47 C or 117 F
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OK , thanks alot guys , i got all the answers i needed in less then 12 hours wich is great because im racing on sunday and i thought that i wouldnt have all my answers before sunday , i really apreciate your help .
Thanks again .
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Check the MM Cellmaster manual to see whether the 3mv you applied in the settings actually represents per cell or per pack....

If the charger uses the 3mv per cell, which means 3mv x 6 cells= 18mv that setting should be ok....

BUT if the charger uses 3mv to represent the whole pack(6 cells), I think that is wayy to low..... it would cut off wayy before it should....

Dont know if you could understand what Im explaining.... hope there's someone else that could explain it even clearer.....
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Check the MM Cellmaster manual to see whether the 3mv you applied in the settings actually represents per cell or per pack....

If the charger uses the 3mv per cell, which means 3mv x 6 cells= 18mv that setting should be ok....

BUT if the charger uses 3mv to represent the whole pack(6 cells), I think that is wayy to low..... it would cut off wayy before it should....

Dont know if you could understand what Im explaining.... hope there's someone else that could explain it even clearer.....
Yes , i do understand perfectly what your saying , and yes the CM uses the mv setting for the whole pack , so as people have said , i run 5 cell pack so i will change from 3mv per pack to 15mv per pack .

Thanks again guys .
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