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Old 04-20-2005, 01:54 AM   #106
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110V jumper is near the 2 big capacitor
thanks much! I have to admit a pic sure would help too

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Hi Guys,

We should have a shipment of team much more products coming in next week, including the new Worlds Edition power supply, cell masters, motor masters, and power stations and other accessories as well.

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Nick,

thanks a lot.... although this shows where the jumper is for the old power supply, I think I can see how it's gonna help me locate it for the new "world edition" one. Thanks!

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I downloaded the manual for world edition and no jumper setting instruction.
BTW, I just read the manual and it shows the power supply is 20A (30A max). This is cool! I thought it's 20A max.
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I downloaded the manual for world edition and no jumper setting instruction.
BTW, I just read the manual and it shows the power supply is 20A (30A max). This is cool! I thought it's 20A max.
Yes, this is what I thought too until I received mine. It was a big bonus to find out that it could carry such a load, especially since it's so small!
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Seems like not only the new much more lathe looks similar as the Kose one..........
A lot of the new Much more more tools looks identical to Kose tools.........

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MuchMore is the Manufactuere for Orion Motor Checker. that's why they look exactly the same.

MuchMore are not planning to OEM other companies products anymore.
Looks like Kose now OEM for much more?????

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Seems like not only the new much more lathe looks similar as the Kose one..........
A lot of the new Much more more tools looks identical to Kose tools.........

any pictures? hope neat tools will be availble in US soon.
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btw, I just recevied my cell master, motor master and power supply. AWESOME!
thanks to tfb raceway.
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any pictures? hope neat tools will be availble in US soon.
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btw, I just recevied my cell master, motor master and power supply. AWESOME!
thanks to tfb raceway.
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And Compare with products here
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How can I disable the fans while charging? They are very loud.
I'm happy with the charger so far.
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Hi Wasabi.

You can not disable the fan. fan is there for reason. it has to cool down the heatsink. fan on CM can achieve more then 10,000 rpm that's why it is so noisy. CM has considerably smaller heatsink, because if you look at the size of the unit it is impossible to put big heasink. for it's side that was best we can do. smaller heatsink with faster fan.

CM fan is temperature controlled, when heatsink is hot it will turn faster.

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You can not disable the fan. fan is there for reason. it has to cool down the heatsink. fan on CM can achieve more then 10,000 rpm that's why it is so noisy. CM has considerably smaller heatsink, because if you look at the size of the unit it is impossible to put big heasink. for it's side that was best we can do. smaller heatsink with faster fan.

CM fan is temperature controlled, when heatsink is hot it will turn faster.

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oh, thanks! I thought I could disable the fans by the setting.
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Hi Wasabi.

You can not disable the fan. fan is there for reason. it has to cool down the heatsink. fan on CM can achieve more then 10,000 rpm that's why it is so noisy. CM has considerably smaller heatsink, because if you look at the size of the unit it is impossible to put big heasink. for it's side that was best we can do. smaller heatsink with faster fan.

CM fan is temperature controlled, when heatsink is hot it will turn faster.

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