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Old 05-05-2005, 05:40 PM   #436
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Kumpol thanx for the info
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Old 05-13-2005, 11:25 AM   #437
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Default Fan Stand-to-CTX-C plug?

ive just got a ctx-c and want to use the much more fanstand, the fanstand had corcodile clips and the ctx has a plug type thing where the fanstand is connected, where can i get the other part to the plug so i can fit it to the fan stand? ive looked at some retailers and i cant find anyting?

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Old 05-13-2005, 11:29 AM   #438
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Stew,

Before the CTX-C Charger, the older fan stands only had croc connectors. The newer ones that have been supplied since the Charger was launched have both types of connector.

Please 'PM' me and we can sort something out asap.

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Old 05-13-2005, 10:48 PM   #439
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Team Much More North America really provide me such good excellent i get two power supply from them now and i have some problem they straight change a new power supply without asking anything. some more their customer survice really good as giving me some gift also. thanks again Much More North America and Kumpol
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Old 05-16-2005, 11:23 AM   #440
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Old 05-19-2005, 09:01 PM   #441
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Can you actually run Tire Warmers using the slot for the optional fan/battery warmers?
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Old 05-19-2005, 09:35 PM   #442
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Can you actually run Tire Warmers using the slot for the optional fan/battery warmers?
no unforutnately it cannot .. cos the fan outlet only runs when it's triggered by the temperature settings input by the user.... there's no constant power output from those outlets.

correct me if i'm wrong guys
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Old 05-19-2005, 09:46 PM   #443
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Correct; the output pin only controls either the battery warmer or cooling fan stand.

You can power the tire warmers one of three ways:
--hook it up directly to power supply or battery (7.2-13.8v)
--use MMR warmer controller
--or use the MMR motor master motor run feature at desired voltage
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Team Much-More cell master v1 is made in korea or japan.I am intersted in it
So does these charger can power up my tamiya 1400mah cell.If do what settin should I set.I am gettin it these weekend.
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Old 06-03-2005, 03:20 AM   #445
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Correct; the output pin only controls either the battery warmer or cooling fan stand.

You can power the tire warmers one of three ways:
--hook it up directly to power supply or battery (7.2-13.8v)
--use MMR warmer controller
--or use the MMR motor master motor run feature at desired voltage
I still think it can as warmers are basically same as a battery warmer, it will supply power then turns off until it gets to its preset temp. I will try once I can get a hold of connectors to plug into the unit.
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Old 06-03-2005, 08:52 AM   #446
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Hey got any new charging setting in reedy race for step charge? thanks
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Has anyone had experirence with Li-Poly cells yet charging them? I am using mine, and the ampereage goes down from 1.0A to .4-.5 of a amp. Is this normal towards peaking?
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Team Much-More cell master v1 is made in korea or japan.I am intersted in it
So does these charger can power up my tamiya 1400mah cell.If do what settin should I set.I am gettin it these weekend.
Cell master will charge 1400mah batteries without problems.
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IB3600 enhance your skiing performance!!!

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Someone from MR, PLEASE hire a US local to do your site!

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Yea what is that message all about? I dont even snowboard. Did they use a template from another site and just forgot to omit that part?

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