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anyone have the Tekin BC112 charger? got questions

anyone have the Tekin BC112 charger? got questions

Old 01-18-2004, 08:54 AM
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Default anyone have the Tekin BC112 charger? got questions

I forgot which setting to use when charging ni-mh batteries, is it P1? At what amp should I charge the transmitter batteries? Is 0.8 amp fine for the double AA size batteries?

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Old 01-18-2004, 11:59 AM
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I think it is P0, if I remember correctly. I charge my transmitter batteries at 1A.

edit - I used P0 with the original Panasonic and Sanyo 3000's, and would have used it with the Stock and Ultra Metals also. With the Sanyo 3000HV's, and the GP's I would use CS, because they like a higher peak detect. I think CS uses a .05 threshhold, perfect for GPs, and it gives you a 10 minute long-lockout so they don't false peak.

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Old 01-18-2004, 10:07 PM
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I always use the CS for both Nicad and NiMH

I do dump and cool the packs everytime before charging. I find the P0 and P1 to be too sensitive at times. I'm using old packs.
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