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Old 06-25-2004, 01:20 PM   #46
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Pro-Trak website has it listed price(pound sterling) 250 + 25 for s/h......does anyone knows what is the lbs/$ conversion rate ?
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Old 06-25-2004, 01:49 PM   #47
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The currency rate changes daily. Credit card companies will give you median avg. daily rate + add typicaly 2% to the cost.

For today, 6/25/04

250 British Pound = 456.050 US Dollar

but that price will change daily.

Its usually about 1.82380 to 1.55 British Pounds to the Dollar.

Just search for "Daily Currency Conversion" on google
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yes, that's about right but you will be able to get them for a little less from me.

Right now the 20A discharge version is going for about $408. This includes tax and shipped to your address.

30A version is about $425. same conditions.

And yes it changes with the exchange rate which right now is $1.82 per pound.

I obviously get more than one at a time which really lowers the cost considering it's about $45 to ship singly from UK to here.
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That would be me jeepnyy

If you would like to e-mail me I'll put you on my 30A version info list.
i wanna be on that list too
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No Problem Jaybee, fire me an e-mail (address below) and it's as good as done.

Phil told me this morning he has updated updated the website with pics of the new 30A unit with the new fan assembly on the back. This is exactly what the unit will look like when the production units become available at around the end of July.

Also he has a new page called what's coming next, this describes what the nexest version of the software will do. For people who like to live on the edge of cell / charging developement info this stuff is very interesting. Phil does a lot of testing to find out what works best and it's difficult to argue with hard data. This is going to put a lot of debate about what is the best way to keep and store cells to rest.

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