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Old 08-10-2004, 07:36 PM   #31
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Has anyone found some more info on this yet?, i have been unable to locate some deatailed specs.
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Old 08-10-2004, 07:40 PM   #32
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Its not too hard to make sense of what it says on the rear of the box shown before. Its comparing the pulsar one and two specifications if i am correct.
0.1-10A discharge
3 profiles
5-95mv cut off
14A limit on motor run in feature
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Old 08-10-2004, 07:44 PM   #33
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i didn't see any advantage on this new unit.......

i already have a lrp pulsar, but if i didn't, I'd surely own the older pulsar competition very cheap right now....
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Old 08-10-2004, 08:02 PM   #34
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Ok thanks guys, couldnt make it out to well, but basicaly your right, its got 2 little features extra, harldy worth upgrading.
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so whats the difference between the new and old

http://www.radiocontrolzone.com/foru...d.php?t=175779
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What exactly does the readout mean at the end of the matching cycle. I did a battery and it said 7.61v , 1065s. Does that mean 1065 seconds and 10a to discharge ? If so what is the draw on the battery when used in your car ?

Last thing, after the matching cycle is the battery discharged, or ready to go ?
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Old 08-16-2004, 08:21 AM   #37
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Has anyone found some more info on this yet?, i have been unable to locate some deatailed specs.
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So has only got one yet and used it? Let us know how it is?

After reading this whole thread and some others around the web, i noticed not that big of a difference, but it is still a nice look charger.

I think another feature that no one picked up on was the larger display screen. (I might be wrong on this)

ANyone uses this let us know!

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I got one last week, just as good as my old pulsar, the best difference i see is that the backlight is better in the dark (like when do we race in the dark :P )
But the impression is the best: "You got a Pulsar2!? You're the man!"
Got that comment plenty of times at the last race
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I got one too...So far so good. My first LRP charger, but it seems to run real nice. The discharge is still to low for me...but the rest of the functions are very nice.

http://www.rc10.com/shusting/Catalog...harger_lrp.htm
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I got one last week, just as good as my old pulsar, the best difference i see is that the backlight is better in the dark (like when do we race in the dark :P )
But the impression is the best: "You got a Pulsar2!? You're the man!"
Got that comment plenty of times at the last race
Sounds good i ordered one,
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I am disappointed that the Pulsar 2 is more like a Pulsar 1.5 featurewise.

Check out this charger, now this has identical features to the Pulsar 2 but without motor run-in... but in losing that feature, it has 3 phase charging!!! What the Pulsar 2 should have been imo.

http://www.much-more.co.jp/cellmaster.htm
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They should have been built from the same OEM parts so I am wondering why the Pulsar 2 can't do the same.

Oh btw, the Cellmaster can charge Li-Po packs too!
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I like the looks of that cellmaster. The temperature charge looks to be a great addition to the small-scale charger world.

The motor run-in would have been really nice. Fortunately, they have a real nice motor unit that is equally as small.

Now its between the cellmaster, LRP, and GFX's (that seem to be on sale all of a sudden).

I wonder if Novak is up to something... hmm....
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I am disappointed that the Pulsar 2 is more like a Pulsar 1.5 featurewise.

Check out this charger, now this has identical features to the Pulsar 2 but without motor run-in... but in losing that feature, it has 3 phase charging!!! What the Pulsar 2 should have been imo.

http://www.much-more.co.jp/cellmaster.htm
Looks just the orion one they got out the advantage i think its called. Has anyone gotten their hands on that??

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