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Old 11-15-2006, 06:53 AM   #1321
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What are the differences between the cell master and the cell master v1.0?

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The magnetic temp sensor
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Old 11-15-2006, 07:08 AM   #1322
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Actually, the CM V1.0 was the first and only CM released before the new limited versions...the CM and CM V1.0 are the same thing. The magnetic temp sensor was a running change that started appearing late last year.
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Old 11-16-2006, 02:48 AM   #1323
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What is the right Charge Settings for GP3700 Matched using MM Cellmaster? is it Linear or Step Charging? Thanks!
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Hey Andy on the 42's what are you setting the run out at...........say like 4700? Manual says 10% or so over the mah of the pack.

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Hey Andy on the 42's what are you setting the run out at...........say like 4700? Manual says 10% or so over the mah of the pack.

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Damn its nice to have the MM stuff again.
Brian - set it to 5000. Here is the set up I use for 42's:

CTX Step 1 - 0-3000 6.5A
CTX Step 2 - 3000-3200 6.5A
CTX Step 3 - 3200-5000 6.5A - 50 temp - peak from 15 to 27 depending on ambient temp

Repeak @ 6.5A linear, peak detect 10, temp off

Using the step profile as a linear charge will give you a long lockout time.
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What is the right Charge Settings for GP3700 Matched using MM Cellmaster? is it Linear or Step Charging? Thanks!
You can use either charging profile for you 37's. Below is the profile from the Nexus site for step charging 37's:

Step 1
3000mA 7.0A
Flex off

Step 2
3030 0.2A
Flex off

Step 3
5000mA
Modified: 4.0A 19t/Stock 5.5-6.0A
Flex off
Temp 48
delta peak 06
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Old 11-16-2006, 07:55 AM   #1327
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Hi,
I've got one of these chargers but have never used the step charging function.

What benefits will I see for charging my 1)gp 3300/3700 and 2)ib4200s for use in stock and 19t classes.

From what I gather from this thread, no need to step charge the IB4200s (Charge at 6A linear)

and there may be some benefits to step charging the GPs (??help).

Also fail safe cut-off temp. is 120 degF. for both GPs and IBs.

Please confirm.
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You can use either charging profile for you 37's. Below is the profile from the Nexus site for step charging 37's:

Step 1
3000mA 7.0A
Flex off

Step 2
3030 0.2A
Flex off

Step 3
5000mA
Modified: 4.0A 19t/Stock 5.5-6.0A
Flex off
Temp 48
delta peak 06
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Thank you sir! i needed that!
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How many battery profiles does this charger have?
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6 total - 3 linear / 3 step
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6 total - 3 linear / 3 step

Thanks,
I wish it had a few more, as I have several different batteries I charge.
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a few new items added to the collection!! the second box is another Rheinhard edition - i haven't broken the seal yet on that one!!

Thanks Arun and Nexus Racing!

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a few new items added to the collection!! the second box is another Rheinhard edition - i haven't broken the seal yet on that one!!

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they are sure going to look nice next to that Blue Surikarn Motor Master! wish i would've bought one, now i'm stuck with the "regular" ol' black one!

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