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Old 12-11-2004, 03:53 AM   #1
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Default Sanyo 3600 charging/discharging?

Hi,

Ive had a search for this info, so im sorry if this is posted elsewhere.

But, what would you advise charging the Sanyo 3600s at? with what cutoff?

then what do i do with them as far as equalizing and discharging is concerned? Do i equalize down to 0.9v like the 3300s?


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I couldn't find any information either, so been charging/discharging the 3600s like GP3300s, except for charging. Using 25mv cutoff on LRP Pulsar. Tried 20mv, but packs were coming off the charger cold.

Far as dis-charging, dumping them at 30amps after a race, then equalizing them on Rayspeed tray @ 1amp down to .9v per cell. I've been using these packs for about a month, and seems to be holding up well. Someone mentioned dead-shorting these cells, but I'm not taking that risk on new $80 packs
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