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Old 03-13-2004, 08:28 PM   #1
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Default LRP Pulsar Comp Charging RC-3300HV V-Max Team 7.2V

I just bought the Team Orion Sanyo RC-3300HV V-Max Team 7.2v batterys. This is my first set of NIMH batterys. I would like to know a little bit about general care and charging / dishcargin with the LRP Pulsar competition? Thanks!
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Old 03-14-2004, 06:01 AM   #2
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Follow the 'cheat sheet' (the extra supplement paper) provided for Sanyo 3300 HV cells.I can't recall off-hand but i think it's 6A charge/??? peak.
There is no need to discharge them.But i tray my cells(optional and debatable).
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Don't worry about discharging them with the LRP.

It will only do 10A. 3300's need 20-30A if possible....
The LRP gets HOT when during discharge.

Charge: 5A-6A
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D-Peak: 4-cell=15mV 6-cell=20mV
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I've actually found setting the D-peak up around 40-50 gives a little better results as far as punch and overall power goes. The cells should be good and warm but not HOT. About 130F when they're done. Watch the first few charges because these cells will take a lot of capacity the first half dozen charges and I've seen chargers "miss" the peak and over charge. Don't let them get over 140.
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