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Old 03-19-2004, 06:42 PM   #1
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I got a duratrax 1500 6 cell and was wondering what I should set my Peak detection at, 40Mv and 3 amps?
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Racing or just bashing?
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usually, Nicads are easier to detect for peaking because they drop rapidly when full. 40Mv would be fine. As for the amps, I charge my NIMH 3000's at 5amps. But for a 1500mah battery, 3.5 would be good.
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