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Old 10-14-2004, 06:09 AM   #46
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With Motor Run In mode, how many motor's turn is possible to break in ?
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Old 10-17-2004, 08:32 PM   #47
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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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The Orion Advantage is similar to the cellmaster but it has motor run in but can't charge Li-Po.

The cell master does not have motor run in but it can charge Li-Po and has a cool temp tray.
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The Orion Advantage is similar to the cellmaster but it has motor run in but can't charge Li-Po.

The cell master does not have motor run in but it can charge Li-Po and has a cool temp tray.
I rather go with the Orion then because i rather have motor run in and i dont need li po charging.
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Old 10-18-2004, 05:05 AM   #49
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If it really DO provide step/phase charging, then its already a huge advantage towards the original Pulsar charger.
Why is that the case?

Phase/Stepped charging hasnt yet proven to be any better/worse that normal linear charging!! Ok you can soft charge then put big amps through but that doesnt save them any more than just putting big amps all the way!!

At the end of the day if you put more than 6ish amps through your cells then they wont last much more than 30 runs anyway before they start to die off.
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Why is that the case?

Phase/Stepped charging hasnt yet proven to be any better/worse that normal linear charging!! Ok you can soft charge then put big amps through but that doesnt save them any more than just putting big amps all the way!!

At the end of the day if you put more than 6ish amps through your cells then they wont last much more than 30 runs anyway before they start to die off.
I think you should read Adrian's reply again. He's comparing it with the Pulsar Comp 1. The Pulsar Comp 2 only offers adjustable discharge current and 3 stored profiles over the Pulsar Comp 1.

To me, thats hardly anything to jump for since I have the Pulsar Comp 1 myself.

While Phase charging offers something truely different from the Pulsar 1 and thats a good reason to upgrade/try the new charger if it had that feature.

Besides, Phase charging offers benefits that you will never know of because you haven't tried it before. I have personally seen the performance of a pack charged with phase charge technology (Record Breaker) and the pack peaks at 4200 mah and is only 40 degrees celcius in the same time we take to charge with our normal charger.

The numbers gotten from a Turbo 35 discharge were significantly better than the same cell charged with other chargers. Not to mention that they finished their charge hotter.
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I think you should read Adrian's reply again. He's comparing it with the Pulsar Comp 1. The Pulsar Comp 2 only offers adjustable discharge current and 3 stored profiles over the Pulsar Comp 1.

To me, thats hardly anything to jump for since I have the Pulsar Comp 1 myself.

While Phase charging offers something truely different from the Pulsar 1 and thats a good reason to upgrade/try the new charger if it had that feature.

Besides, Phase charging offers benefits that you will never know of because you haven't tried it before. I have personally seen the performance of a pack charged with phase charge technology (Record Breaker) and the pack peaks at 4200 mah and is only 40 degrees celcius in the same time we take to charge with our normal charger.

The numbers gotten from a Turbo 35 discharge were significantly better than the same cell charged with other chargers. Not to mention that they finished their charge hotter.
I think another difference between the Pulsar 1 is that the Pulsar 2 has a big screen and more motor amps, but who really goes up to 14amps on a motor? I for one only get up to 4 amps to test the motors out.

I am still very interested in the Phase Charging, I for one just got the Pulsar 2 and will see how it is. It will go along nicely with my Pulsar Sport which i might upgrade and a get a Pulsar 1 but i think that will be a waste.

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