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Old 04-22-2005, 02:56 AM   #406
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Hey does anyone know where can i get the whole instruction manual for team much more power master because i need to switch the input power from 110 volt to 240 volt when i bring it to back to my country so i do not want just because i not familiar with this power supply and causing it damage. and second question may i know for the glass tude fuse in 250 volt and 5 amp where to get in United States or i just using 110 volt ad 5 amps fuse? thanks
If you go to www.much-more.co.uk and use the 'contact us' page I'm sure Keith will email you a manual.
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Old 04-22-2005, 03:23 AM   #407
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Hey does anyone know where can i get the whole instruction manual for team much more power master because i need to switch the input power from 110 volt to 240 volt when i bring it to back to my country so i do not want just because i not familiar with this power supply and causing it damage. and second question may i know for the glass tude fuse in 250 volt and 5 amp where to get in United States or i just using 110 volt ad 5 amps fuse? thanks
Here is a link with manuals from Much More (at least the ones I found so far )

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Old 04-22-2005, 02:27 PM   #408
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All spec packs are NiCd 1600MaH,how would you set up a step charge profile for these?
I would use:
5.0A Delta peak 06 Temp 48 deg.
instead of step charging.

but you can try what Arun posted.
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Old 04-22-2005, 02:55 PM   #409
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Flex mode is not available in Peak Charge mode.
To use flex mode for NiCD you have to use CTX Function.
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Old 04-24-2005, 02:21 PM   #411
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I used the cell master first time this weekend.
my packs have more punch! and they don't fade at the end of 5 min racing.
step charging rocks!
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Old 04-24-2005, 03:20 PM   #412
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I would use:
5.0A Delta peak 06 Temp 48 deg.
instead of step charging.

but you can try what Arun posted.
With that profile,I would have no use for the charger.
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Old 04-24-2005, 07:06 PM   #413
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I found this on much more website:

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>Can I use step charging for Nicd 2400 cells, if yes which settings are good.
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According to my test during 2004 Tamiya race in Hongkong,

for high initial power (it shows high power till 2~3min)

1/3 7.0A 1600mAh
2/3 0.2A 1630mAh
3/3 4.5A 2800mAh

Temp 48 degree
Delta peak 06

was great but after 3min. power getting low,


For linear power from start to the end

5.0A Delta peak 06 Temp 48 deg.

worked fine.

Please try above setting then tell me the feeling.
If you find other better set up, feel free to ask us.

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step charging doesn't do much for nicd?
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Hi all just wondering if you put the IB 3600 CELLS in Zero racks? I have heard that they dont like being zero`d is this true? 1 more thing does anyone have a CTX charge profile for them thanks. Where do you get the profile from off the mucmore page I had a look and can`t find them.
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Hi all just wondering if you put the IB 3600 CELLS in Zero racks? I have heard that they dont like being zero`d is this true? 1 more thing does anyone have a CTX charge profile for them thanks. Where do you get the profile from off the mucmore page I had a look and can`t find them.
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This profile, provided by Surikarn C., has been stated for use with 3300 as well as 3600/3700. It is a possibility that you may need to bump up the mah for the third profile. I have not personally tried it with any batt. over 3300.

Steps 1st
current 7.0 A
capacity 2650 mAh
Flex off

Steps 2nd
current 0.2 A
capacity 2680 mAh
Flex off

Steps 3rd
current 4.0 A
capacity 4100 mAh (+)
Flex off

delta V 06mV (6cell)
Temp 48 (48 degree Celsius = 118.4 degree Fahrenheit)
repeak 1 delay 5min. repeak capacity 250mAh
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Thanks I will give that a go. What about putting 3600`s on Zero trays
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Thanks I will give that a go. What about putting 3600`s on Zero trays
What I have heard is that the Intellects don't take well to dead shorting. Again, I don't have any experience with those cells. You can always use the old-style "as soon as the lights go out, unscrew" method in order to equalize them (thanks novak for relieving me of this!!!).
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Will 2 cellmasters work fine with 1 20a worlds power supply?
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