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Old 02-24-2005, 09:01 PM   #241
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CTX stands for

ConTrolled eXperiment

If you see CTX name on our products, that means we have been tested the product A LOT !!!

CTX-Power master
CTX-Motor Master
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Old 02-25-2005, 03:13 AM   #242
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CTX-Thermo Electric Motor Cooler(coming soon)
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is this the one?
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Old 02-27-2005, 08:37 AM   #243
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Hello,

I have bought 2 CTX Power masters.
When my friend used his for the first time everything was ok. Second time he used it with only one charger on (Futaba CDR-5000) the fuse blown up after of almost 10min charging time.
When he checked the power supply he found out the the 2 output circuits were fried (7QA 7N80 is what their label on them).
When he changed them with new one and he plugged in the charger (without charging) it was ok. He left the power supply on without any charger it was ok. When on another day, he hooked up another charger the fuse blow up again!

Any ideas what will be the problem and any solution to solve this ?

Thank you

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Old 02-27-2005, 09:01 AM   #244
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Can someone give me a little help with CTX charging.
I am running GP3300's, dead shorted.
settigns are
1/3 7.0a 2700 mah cut, no thermal, no fan, 10mv
2/3 6.5a 2000 mah cut, no thermal, no fan, 10mv
3/3 5.5a 4200 mah cut, no thermal, no fan, 10mv
I hope this is correct. let me know. Thanks.
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Old 02-27-2005, 01:20 PM   #245
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According to

http://www.tq-racing.com/techs/cellmaster_method.htm

GP3300 selected matched - used by Atsushi Hara at DHI Cup 2005
CTX-CHG

1/3 2500mAh ,7.0A Flex no
2/3 2530mAh, 0.2A Flex no
3/3 3900mAh, 4.0A deltapeak 00, temp cut 47C
Repeak 1 > Repeak delay 5:00 > Capacity limit 300mAh

Intellect 3600
1/3 3100mAh > 6.5A > Flex-no
2/3 3120mAh > 0.1A > Flex-no
3/3 3900mAh > 5.2A > delta peak 12mV , temp cut 48C
Repeak x2 > delay 5:00 > Repeak capacity limit 250mAh
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Hi Ryan,

Any idea why my CTX Repeak capacity limit always change value when i restart the charger?
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CTX stands for

ConTrolled eXperiment

If you see CTX name on our products, that means we have been tested the product A LOT !!!

CTX-Power master
CTX-Motor Master
CTX-Cell Master

CTX-Thermo Electric Motor Cooler(coming soon)

ETC.

Ryan
Hi Ryan,
I recently bought 2 cell masters and i always get this error: "CHECK CLIP", i consulted keith of much more u.k., he told me that the leads of my batts (which are battery bars) cant take the amps when the alligator clips are connected during charging. can i just hard wire the charger leads to my batts during charging like some pros do or there's a solution for this? thanks in advance

sonny
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Any idea why my CTX Repeak capacity limit always change value when i restart the charger?
Yes........I noticed mine has been doing the same on the weekend.
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Old 02-27-2005, 08:29 PM   #249
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CTX stands for

ConTrolled eXperiment

If you see CTX name on our products, that means we have been tested the product A LOT !!!

CTX-Power master
CTX-Motor Master
CTX-Cell Master

CTX-Thermo Electric Motor Cooler(coming soon)

ETC.

Ryan
Hi Ryan,
I recently bought 2 cell masters and i always get this error: "CHECK CLIP", i consulted keith of much more u.k., he told me that the leads of my batts (which are battery bars) cant take the amps when the alligator clips are connected during charging. can i just hard wire the charger leads to my batts during charging like some pros do or there's a solution for this? thanks in advance

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Hello,

I have bought 2 CTX Power masters.
When my friend used his for the first time everything was ok. Second time he used it with only one charger on (Futaba CDR-5000) the fuse blown up after of almost 10min charging time.
When he checked the power supply he found out the the 2 output circuits were fried (7QA 7N80 is what their label on them).
When he changed them with new one and he plugged in the charger (without charging) it was ok. He left the power supply on without any charger it was ok. When on another day, he hooked up another charger the fuse blow up again!

Any ideas what will be the problem and any solution to solve this ?

Thank you

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4.is the Long lock out time a global setting? (i.e. apply to all profiles) or can i adjust it for each charginig profile?

15~20min always works fine. According to my test, almost all batteries have stable voltage increasing after 20min of charging.
Okay, so the "Long lock out" is global? It's not any good for manual re-peak

Will the temperature cut off always work, regardless of other settings? ( of course, the temp probe should be mounted )
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when I use 15 mins l/lockout and CTX charge (using Hara setting), the charging process lasted more than an hour.

When I charge with my GFX, it only takes about 45~50mins (6amp)....
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whoops, saw the answer to my question above
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