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Old 01-26-2005, 11:05 AM   #46
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How often?
Not sure on their update frequency...I'm not trying to say anythign bad about this product..as a matter of fact I hear many good things...

Just that it's not the only one that gets upgrades...and beig lumped together with CE is not a bad thing by any stretch of theimagination in most people's eyes

(Pro-Trak also offers upgrades I beleive)
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Old 01-26-2005, 11:11 AM   #47
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Yup! I know there are many good chargers in the world.
Like you said, CE, Protrak, robitronic, futaba, YMP charger and so on. these are very good chargers.

Yes, Pro-Trak can be upgradable. I heard that it has also three
stages. I cannot buy it so expensive


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Not sure on their update frequency...I'm not trying to say anythign bad about this product..as a matter of fact I hear many good things...

Just that it's not the only one that gets upgrades...and beig lumped together with CE is not a bad thing by any stretch of theimagination in most people's eyes

(Pro-Trak also offers upgrades I beleive)
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Old 01-26-2005, 11:14 AM   #48
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Tekin offers software upgrades too. You can even upgrade chargers they made 10 years ago before the stopped doing business.
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Old 02-02-2005, 08:52 AM   #49
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Hi Guys,

The Straight Ltd., chargers are in stock and available on our website. The chargers we sell in the US all comes with a magnetic thermo sensor included. The Fortress Battery Analyzer is also available.

Record Breaker, and Frontline chargers

Fortress Battery Analyzer

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Steve, just wanted to say that I love my record breaker!! I've had it over a year and can't imagine doing without it. I would suggest to your customers to take a temp gun and check each pack while peaking to find the warmest cell, then make a small mark on that cell to identify it and always put the magnetic temp sensor on that particular cell of the pack. This will almost always be the warmest cell and will help to prevent hurting that cell. This is particularly important in older packs that are no longer matched.

Question- do you have just the temp sensor leads? Mine has a break in it somewhere (no fault of the manufacturer cause I just cram my wires in my storage box) and I would prefer replacing it rather than fixing it and take a chance of over heating my batteries.

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What is the best 3-step charging Amps? Are this 4.5A, 8A then 3.5A is default setting from RB?
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Old 02-02-2005, 09:37 PM   #52
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When will more information be avalible, like english information, I had a hard time trying to translate everything?

anyone got english specs on it?

does the charger come with the thermal sensor

looking for a second charger

thanx.

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What is the best 3-step charging Amps? Are this 4.5A, 8A then 3.5A is default setting from RB?
really depends on what you wanna do and the condition of your batteries. i set up my RB at 3.5 - 6 - 4.5 with delta at 36MV and temp cut off at 45deg.

TCR: if you purchase the charger from steve, it will include instructions in english and the magnetic temp sensor

he currently has them in stock. check out the link steve posted above.
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Steve, just wanted to say that I love my record breaker!! I've had it over a year and can't imagine doing without it. I would suggest to your customers to take a temp gun and check each pack while peaking to find the warmest cell, then make a small mark on that cell to identify it and always put the magnetic temp sensor on that particular cell of the pack. This will almost always be the warmest cell and will help to prevent hurting that cell. This is particularly important in older packs that are no longer matched.

Question- do you have just the temp sensor leads? Mine has a break in it somewhere (no fault of the manufacturer cause I just cram my wires in my storage box) and I would prefer replacing it rather than fixing it and take a chance of over heating my batteries.

Thanks,
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Glad to hear you like the record breaker charger. I believe I do have more of the magnetic temperature sensor. I'll have to double check tomorrow.

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Glad to hear you like the record breaker charger. I believe I do have more of the magnetic temperature sensor. I'll have to double check tomorrow.

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I used have a record breaker charger then now I have been using the GFX for a month. I don't see any advantege for both of them. they both are good charger !!
even my Quasar Pro works excellent !!
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IEsmie, do you work for Straight?
No he doesn't Mark, He is just a hard core Straight fan!!
He is a hard core KO fan too .....

aren't you esmie ??
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Yes, I do... Hiro

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No he doesn't Mark, He is just a hard core Straight fan!!
He is a hard core KO fan too .....

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If anyone has any english instructions for the Frontline 2.. please email them to me at [email protected] thankyou! Now I'm gonna go play with mine and see what I can make of it.....
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If anyone has any english instructions for the Frontline 2.. please email them to me at [email protected] thankyou! Now I'm gonna go play with mine and see what I can make of it.....
When I spoke with Steve last he said that Straight is working on english instructions. As soon as he gets it I'm sure he'll email it out to us non Japanese reading people...
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