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Old 04-07-2004, 01:59 PM   #91
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Nope. Thats a pretty good pack for 37 bucks....but is it new or used? If it's new, thats great.
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Old 04-09-2004, 01:05 PM   #92
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Its a new pack. Thanks!

I found some old Sanyo 3300HVs, but I have only 5 cells, what should I do?

I tested it on the CDCv6 and its telling me that these 5 cells are similar, but not in great shape.

Should I just add 1 new 3300HV to complete the pack?

Also, My batteries are hitting 40-60 degrees celcius, (its melting the glue-gun glue on the pack slightly, that's why i am estimating its hitting 60 degrees). Is that too hot?
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Old 04-09-2004, 01:09 PM   #93
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Just for the convienence of those who use farenheit....


40-60 degrees celcius = 104-140 degrees Farenheit

(F=C(9/5)+32)

I used the formula above, hope its right.
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Old 04-09-2004, 05:31 PM   #94
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If its only getting to 140 degrees, then you are alright. Just dont let it get any hotter.
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What do you guys set your delta peak to charge 3300? I test it with 36~60mv. My battery temp is like 160~190+ degrees Farenheit. I charge with 5A. What is wrong?
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What do you guys set your delta peak to charge 3300? I test it with 36~60mv. My battery temp is like 160~190+ degrees Farenheit. I charge with 5A. What is wrong?
bro set your delta peak to 5
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Yeah, charge at a threshold of 5.
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Is that 30mv?
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Old 04-10-2004, 10:33 PM   #99
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Hey,
If anyone would like to purchase a 16x9v6, I have one I am getting rid of. I am not looking to get lots of money for it, just need to sell it. I will have a thing posted in the for sale section, and Ill post pics tomorrow.

Selling for around 130.

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Is that 30mv?
5 mV pr. cell equals 30 mV for a pack. And your CDC will show you both values

If they still are too hot, decrease the delta peak a little.
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You must know, that by "decrease" he means put the delta peak up to 6 per cell or more.
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You must know, that by "decrease" he means put the delta peak up to 6 per cell or more.
Not really, I meant go to like 4 mV pr. cell. The higher the delta volt cut off, the warmer/hotter the pack will be. So by lowering the cut off, your packs will run cooler.
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Sorry man. The lower you go, the Hotter the pack gets.
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i am confused now... which is which
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The lower you go on the Delta Peak (3 is the lowest), the higher voltage and capacity you get out of your packs, but the hotter they are at the end of the charge.

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