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Old 03-21-2005, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default wats the diff. between discharging on charger vs. tray?

I have a LRP comp charger w/ discharging functions..do I still need an equalizing try? Or both does the same thing?
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They really do not do the same things. A discharger such as your LRP will discharge the entire pack as a whole down to a preset voltage level. A tray is used to discharge the cells down so that they are at an equal level. Normally, after a run I will use my discharger to drain the entire pack then I will use the tray to equalize all the cells.
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