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Old 10-27-2005, 09:29 PM   #16
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The Rayspeed has two modes. An equalizing mode and a conditioning mode.

The Equalizing mode discharges at 5A down to 0.9v
The Conditioning mode discharges at 1A down to 0.1v

There is NiMH and NiCD switch with a fixed 0.9v or 0.01v shutoff respectively on the battery type.
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hi good review, just a few clarifications

(note i want to keep to 0.9v cut-off and no lower)

can you Equilise at 1A down to 0.9V ?

Cos equilizing at 5amp is a bit fast aint it, and wont really do a deep discharge to get them equal to a finer degree.
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Some of my friends are having bad experience with Novak Smart Tray. One cell of their pack is not contacted at all with the unit but the light still on. Usually happen on the + or - side, not in the middle. They change to Rayspeed instead and never having 1 cell undischarged again.
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i know its dump question, but is the rayspeed discharger the EXceed discharger?
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hi. does it matter what orientation you put the pack?

i put positive on bottom left corner just then, and it made a constant clicking noise.... (the same nose the discharger makes when each cell has reacehd its cut off point)
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It does with the Rayspeed, and probably with the Novak as well. The Rayspeed has battery bar orientation diagrams on the discharger so you just have to line up your pack with them.
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New Much More top-end discharger will be out shortly too, which will be worth considering too
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Old 11-15-2005, 03:45 AM   #23
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anyone trired running the rayspeed off the muchmore charger output?
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