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Old 08-09-2004, 12:31 PM   #1
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I just received my Pulsar 2. Have question about delta peak. The default delta peak setting for GP3300 battery is 10mV current at 5.0A(Recommended settings from manual). I thought 10mV is for repeak use?

What do you guys set your delta peak on your pulsar for GP3300 charged at 6A?
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Old 08-09-2004, 12:38 PM   #2
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I set my LRP's delta peak at the lowest setting, which is 5mv. You don't want the 3300's getting to hot.
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OOps, I mix up by cell voltage and total pack voltage.
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Old 08-09-2004, 12:49 PM   #4
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For those who want to know. Pulsar2 do not have 3 step charging. P1,P2,and P3 is just profile to save your settings.
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Pulsar2 can change the charge current on the fly. I think we can use it as 3 step charge or 4 step charge on this function. Just have to change the charge current manually, if I'm not wrong.
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the pulsar 1 can also do this you sjut have to do it manually with the plus button or sumthin its a good little feature
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Where'd you get your Pulsar 2 at? I didn't know they were available yet.
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Also, does the P2 have a 30A discharge feature?
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I bought it at rcmodel.

Nope, only 10A discharge.
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I set my LRP's delta peak at the lowest setting, which is 5mv. You don't want the 3300's getting to hot.
What's the temperature of your packs with this setting, just when the charger cut off?

Whats the ambient temperature? Do you use a fan or something?

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