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Old 07-22-2005, 11:04 PM   #631
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Hey, im looking into buying one of these chargers. Just wanted to know what rate of amps you can discharge at. And also can the user select the cut off.
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Old 07-22-2005, 11:58 PM   #632
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10 amp discharge and of course you can set voltage cut-off!
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Old 07-23-2005, 10:58 AM   #633
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Any Ctx Profile for GP3700 Mines always temp cut.......Need your help
Will be running 23t motors and 7t motors thanks!
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Old 07-24-2005, 07:04 PM   #634
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Any Ctx Profile for GP3700 Mines always temp cut.......Need your help
Will be running 23t motors and 7t motors thanks!
Try one of the 3800 profiles we posted here: CTX Charging Profiles

Are you temp cutting early, or is your battery still getting a full charge?
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How are the IB3800 Charging Profile compared to the recommended charging for GP3700 batteries.
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The IB3800's like a lower delta peak
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Old 07-25-2005, 09:27 AM   #637
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anyone have any profiles for outside temps in the high 80' - 90' F?
this would be for 3300's and 3800's.
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anyone have any profiles for outside temps in the high 80' - 90' F?
this would be for 3300's and 3800's.
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I like these profiles for 80-90 deg temps:

IB3800–Nexus Racing–Standard

GP3300–Surikarn–Modified Racing

GP3300–Nexus Racing–19t/Stock High Power Competition

I think that these profiles are ideal for that temperature range. As temps rise higher, sometimes you have to run a little milder on the settings, but these should be perfect for 80-90 degrees.
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thanks, i'll give them a try.
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What delta peak value should i set for charging Transmitter and Reciever packs ? The charger peak cuts all the time when im trying to charge these batteries.
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What delta peak value should i set for charging Transmitter and Reciever packs ? The charger peak cuts all the time when im trying to charge these batteries.
I charged one last night at 06 (.006v), and it didn't cut until it was fully charged (1A charging rate).

It peaked at 44 degrees C (111 deg F).

If you keep having problems with that particular pack, you can always just run a high delta peak and set your temp cut around 44.
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Thanks will try i tomorrow !!!!!
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With the same battery,I've got a higher discharging capacity in my cell master than in my lrp pulsar competition. Do you guys have higher discharging capacity in cell master,too.why would this happen?Is the capacity indication correct?
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Just had my first experience with the Cell Master this weekend at the Hitec race......well first ecperience with two Cell Masters but that is besides the point....

I am very happy with them, they don't false peak my dead short packs and they are keepign the packs in great shape...Can not wait till I do some more packs....I am going to up the amps though as I am using the MM battery heatsinks and the packs were coming off a little cooler than I am use to...so I am going to up the first and third stage .5-1.0 amps and see where it all plays out at...So far soooooooooo good....
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With the same battery,I've got a higher discharging capacity in my cell master than in my lrp pulsar competition. Do you guys have higher discharging capacity in cell master,too.why would this happen?Is the capacity indication correct?
Thanks.
If anything, the CM's readings will be the actual values. Based on our discussions with Ryan Lee, every stride was made by MuchMore to make EVERY value given by the CM as accurate as possible. Basically, the way the CM operates is what should be the industry standard .
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