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Old 02-28-2004, 03:01 PM   #1
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does anyone know if i could upgrade my t-30 charger so i could charge 3300 batts ????
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Old 02-28-2004, 03:11 PM   #2
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Your t30 should work just fine you dont need any upgrades I use mine all the time
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Old 02-28-2004, 03:17 PM   #3
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yea but it stops at 3000 and i have 3300
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Old 02-28-2004, 03:29 PM   #4
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change your voltage cutoff rate from .03 to .04 or .05 I was reading my gfx book 3300 you might have to change the cutoff rate allittle .. I have 3 of these chargers one of them is a t30
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oh ok....... ok so you charge your 3300 batts with your t-30 ?
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change your voltage cutoff rate from .03 to .04 or .05 I was reading my gfx book 3300 you might have to change the cutoff rate allittle .. I have 3 of these chargers one of them is a t30
are your cells getting warm at all ?
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Old 02-28-2004, 03:33 PM   #7
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yes i do cells are warm when fully charged I have double checked them with my gfx too numbers are the same
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yes i do cells are warm when fully charged I have double checked them with my gfx too numbers are the same
are they brand new packs? if they are it will take a few charges and use.... to get them fully functional I guess Im trying to tell you they will get better everytime you use them Good luck !
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ok thanks, Lukewarmwater ill will do that next time i charge my batts .
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are they brand new packs? if they are it will take a few charges and use.... to get them fully functional I guess Im trying to tell you they will get better everytime you use them Good luck !
That charger is also for sale if you want another one
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You should be just fine as long as you charge at a good rate.

There is an upgrade from CE, but you may not need it.
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hey tres how much are your normal t- 30 faceplates ?
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drop me an email at: [email protected]
I don't want to clutter up someone elses thread...
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i sent you an email but i havent had a response from you
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