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Old 02-07-2004, 06:12 PM   #1
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Cool Really Important G-10 Question

I really appreciate all the replies on previous threads pertaining to this. Most of the information I have received pertains to the original G-10. I know the manuals states that the specs are for the Pro version, but this isn't the case. When Tekin designed the Pro version with SMD type MOSFETS, the specs changed considerably. I know the on-resistance is .00045 ohms. It also has 20 SMD transistors on the bottom and a data port, which I guess will never be used. I have been trying to find info on this for 4 years and I'm just looking for a little luck. I think Tekin designed awesome stuff, but didn't take the time to print decent manuals. Thanks for any help you guys can give!
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Old 02-07-2004, 09:53 PM   #2
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I have had both. I still have two of the pro's. The original had a problem loosing the radio memory settings. I sent it back several times for repair, they finaly gave me a new one, but it was the pro.

So what info are you looking for? Specs on the original, or the pro?

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Cool G-10 speedo

I have both of them as well. I'm trying to find out as much as possible about the Pro version. The first one had regular FET's(6 of them) and the Pro version had 20 V-FET's (similiar to the V-12 by GM). I know this dropped the on-resistance to .00045 ohms. What I would like to know is the motor limit, drive current, etc. I know all of the specs on the original, but when Tekin changed to smaller FET's I'm sure that changed the specs of the Pro alot. Any help would be appreciated!
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In the manual, It only has the specs on the G10, I asume not the pro. I have the manual on the pro in front of me. Is this what you need.
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Cool G-10 Pro Info

Yes I would like info on the Pro version only. I have 3 manuals for the original G-10. Several of them stated that they were for the Pro version, but didn't contain any new specs or info. Thanks for any help!
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On the package it says goldFET IIIb digital MosFET's. freq' is 4500khz. Built in 48 amp motor diode.

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The pro has a 64 amp diode.
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