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Old 12-11-2004, 02:02 AM   #106
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hey LEE, wasnt it you that sent me a PM not to buy the CDC because you melted pack's on it...hmm...i wander why they melted?
kid, don't jump to conclusions.
I stated that the CDC was overcharging the cells, NOT MELTED them. It does not come with peak locking function as the cell master.
Because the CTX charge mode on the cell master does not detect peak for the first 1 out of 3 steps, it melted a pack that i charged because it was already full

With the CDC this should never happen because there is no CTX charge mode anyway, and it(CDC) always detects the peak anytime, just that i'm convinced its a little later than it should, causing the packs to heat up.
NEVER have i stated that i melted anything with the CDC. CHECK my PM again.
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Old 12-11-2004, 02:19 AM   #107
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Anybody could post, Surikarnīs or Haraīs settings at the JMRCA for 3600 batteries?? i have a brand new MM charger and yokomo 3600 batteries and itīs time to play
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Old 12-11-2004, 04:07 AM   #108
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Anybody could post, Surikarnīs or Haraīs settings at the JMRCA for 3600 batteries?? i have a brand new MM charger and yokomo 3600 batteries and itīs time to play

wanna write a review of the charger for the TAOB website? let me know how it works out. i was one click away from buying one.... but something held me back.
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Old 12-11-2004, 07:29 AM   #109
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Ok! iīm gonna make two reports, one about the nikolaus cup and another one about the charger, just gimme two or three weeks, to make it on holidays!
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Old 12-11-2004, 08:52 PM   #110
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hi malaysian racer how much does this team much more charger cost in malaysia? thanks
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Old 12-11-2004, 11:20 PM   #111
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Retail at RM699.00~ US$184
Can be discounted further.
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:13 PM   #112
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I'm sorry hear that,
But, there's something wrong.
If you set up cut temperature and make sure attaching temp sensor on your battery's surface right, charging will be terminated by temperature under all situation. Temperature cut off rpogram acts always.
Even if you don't set up temp cut-off, CM shows "HOT" message on the screen with "Pee Pee sound" from 55deg. and will terminate charging at 65deg. by force.
Please test it again(you can make temp sensor hot on purpose with tire warmers)
and Please make sure temp sensor always attach to cell's surface.


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Ryan:
Yesterday I melted a pack of GP3300's. It's my mistake because I forgot it was already charged.

So when i use the CTX charge mode, it packed 2000mAh into the cells without detecting voltage or temperature.

I think it's a mistake not to allow the temp cut in any charge mode or under any circumstance.
Perhaps you want to modify your next version.
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:22 PM   #113
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Thank you for your asking,

HK distributor's saying is right, all CM and PM are out of stock now,
Now we are manufacturiing CTX-M, then will go next batch of CM and PM from next month.

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cell master and power master are out of stock in Hong kong all R/C shop , HK distributor said the next shipment until middle of Jan . I want to know is Much-More manufacturing delay or distributor order delay. that's why the shipment perior need over one month.
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:44 PM   #115
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I'm sorry hear that,
But, there's something wrong.
If you set up cut temperature and make sure attaching temp sensor on your battery's surface right, charging will be terminated by temperature under all situation. Temperature cut off rpogram acts always.
Even if you don't set up temp cut-off, CM shows "HOT" message on the screen with "Pee Pee sound" from 55deg. and will terminate charging at 65deg. by force.
Please test it again(you can make temp sensor hot on purpose with tire warmers)
and Please make sure temp sensor always attach to cell's surface.


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I charged the pack and went out of the house,
when i got back the temp sensor was still BETWEEN the melted packs.
Maybe it did shut the charging, but after the current has been cut the cells still continued to vent and the latent heat was released, melting everything down. I will try your suggestions.
Thanks
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I charged the pack and went out of the house,
when i got back the temp sensor was still BETWEEN the melted packs.
Maybe it did shut the charging, but after the current has been cut the cells still continued to vent and the latent heat was released, melting everything down. I will try your suggestions.
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You're lucky that it did not catch fire !!

You should never leave the charger to charge on its own.
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You're lucky that it did not catch fire !!

You should never leave the charger to charge on its own.
Yeah man.
Rule No 1 of charging batteries.
Never leave it unattended.
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Yeah man.
Rule No 1 of charging batteries.
Never leave it unattended.
well.... I used to do that too.......but at peak sensing option "on". ........ fried a couple of packs too. .......

Well I guess the best thing to do is to do the charging on the track it self.....Your cells will get ALL the necessary attention. I'm doing that now......the only down side is that I need to get to the track earlier.
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Yes i shouldn't have left the charging unattended, but with the temperature sensing and stuff I thought it could be safe to do so.
I also prefer to charge at the tracks. No need to repeak, just plug in the cells and you're hot.
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Could you please clarify sometrhing for me?

You had a battery fully charged and you charged it again but the charger didn't detect it was charged and that resulted your battery to melt. Right?

Where you using temp cut off or peak cut off?
Is there a repeak function on its own on the charger that you should use instead??

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