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Old 06-08-2005, 10:40 PM   #466
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Just another question, how does everyone keep the temperature probe on their batteries? I am using tape at the moment and it is rather annoying. Any ideas or alternatives???
Tape??? I just stick in right down the middle of the pack.

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Old 06-08-2005, 11:09 PM   #467
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Just another question, how does everyone keep the temperature probe on their batteries? I am using tape at the moment and it is rather annoying. Any ideas or alternatives???
I saw the much more racing battery warmers and they have a hole in the middle for you to insert the temp probe.
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:31 PM   #468
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thanks for the quick replies fellas. I will try your suggestions.
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:40 PM   #469
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I usually just stick the temp probe in the gap between the batt bars and the ends of the cell, its snug wont fall out unless u accidentally snag the temp prob wire. Since the batt bars draw the heat out from the core of the cells its fairly accurate.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:45 AM   #470
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Just another question, how does everyone keep the temperature probe on their batteries? I am using tape at the moment and it is rather annoying. Any ideas or alternatives???


I put 2 rubber O-ring to Big screw of Battery heat sink. they hold temperature probe well.
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Old 06-09-2005, 11:03 AM   #471
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What's happened. When the Cell master connected to the power supply.
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Old 06-09-2005, 01:37 PM   #472
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What's happened. When the Cell master connected to the power supply.
i think you need to reset your cell master factory setting first. if cannot work just send to the distributor they will help you solve it.
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Old 06-09-2005, 04:06 PM   #473
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Thanks Keith!

Now, is anyone using the MR fan with their charger? If so, do you guys set it to go on during certain temp on charge, and/or discharge? Now, the debate has always been let the cells cool off naturally, so how would the fan enhance charging or discharging?

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I have tried both the battery heat sink and fan stand in the heat. Though the fan stand keeps the batteries cooler (especially when running high delta peak dropoff values on the CM), the battery feels more "alive" when I use the battery heat sink .

I rarely get a "temp cut" when I use the 48 deg setting in combination with the fan stand. I use the fan stand mostly for cooling down motors and batteries after a run, and then I point it in my direction when not in use .
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Old 06-09-2005, 10:57 PM   #474
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i think you need to reset your cell master factory setting first. if cannot work just send to the distributor they will help you solve it.
Thank you for your help ^.^
But I dont know how to reset the cell master , it is holding such as my attach photo as above when I connected to the power supply, any one have this problem? It seem very easy to get error . I bought it just 2months and used under 10 times. so sad.
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Old 06-10-2005, 01:04 AM   #475
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Thank you for your help ^.^
But I dont know how to reset the cell master , it is holding such as my attach photo as above when I connected to the power supply, any one have this problem? It seem very easy to get error . I bought it just 2months and used under 10 times. so sad.

Instructions for reset are on page 4 of the user manual - you can download here:

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If you still have problems, just return it to the shop you bought it from for service.

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Old 06-11-2005, 04:05 AM   #476
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Why is the fan not controlled by temperature after charging?
Cells tend to increase their temp. after delta peak cut off.
Or am I missing a setting?
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Steps 1st
current 7.0 A
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capacity 2680 mAh
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I need some clarification. I see a lot of people talking about delta v setting of 3mv per cell or 6mv for 6 cell. 3mv per cell would equate to 18mv. Correct? Or do I look at the delta v like the cut off on a GFX (.03 as a pack).... But on a Novak Millennium your mv threshold might be set @ 48mv................................ I have been using a step charge and a straight linear charge, but I am a little concerned about the drop back settings....

Any help or clarification that you can provide would be great...
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06 on the CellMaster = 6mV(0.006V)/pack

It looks like a high number per pack but you will not get overcharged 'coz the peak cuts at 48 degree C (118 Fahrenheit).
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Step 1
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Step 3 4200mA 5.0A
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