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Old 07-07-2006, 10:53 PM   #646
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from what I was told the USA ones only had the 1.05 in it and 1.05b is the latest. 3 of us tested tonight and showed good resluts. MR Ice cream man O you know who you are out there, sand bagger you to SPEEDY, beat his all time best laps at our track by 2 laps and using the same batts and motors as usual. I noticed better lap times through out the entire race with my car using same stuff nothing new. The concept is there but the charger just needs to be better. I hope the worlds race isnt an excuse for not answering these postings. After all we waited 18+ months for this thing and most have issues and questions on this charger. Its taking a turn that dont want to see.

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imagine if your telephone company just said, oh sorry no one here to give you tech support, we are all out on a company function. not acceptable even for a small company. someone should be answering emails even if it is just to say, we will get back to you in 1 weeks time.

anyway last time i heard Italy does have internet access aswell

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Old 07-08-2006, 03:03 AM   #648
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Hi guys, sorry for the delays. Please keep in mind that we are a small company, so if a few of us are off to a race there can be some delays. We are doing the best we can.

As far as I know all emails are answered. If not, please let me know.

The IR pack readings mentioned below are a bug in the software. New future version will resolve this for sure.

I am not visiting this forum frequently, so for speedy answers email me at [email protected]

Thanks, looking forward to all your feedback and comments!
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Thanks, looking forward to all your feedback and comments!
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Old 07-08-2006, 07:05 PM   #650
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Old 07-10-2006, 01:11 AM   #651
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what are some mAh # you are getting for your different packs?

When I used my record breaker chargers 3800 would get up to 4900, but on this charger it seems the numbers are lower, never going as high as the other chargers.

Is this the way it is suppose to be?
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Old 07-10-2006, 03:07 AM   #652
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On my overloader the 3700's accept 3900mAh or something and on the ICC they accept 4000 to 4300mAh.

So maybe you're other charger give false numbers????
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ok good to know, my 3700 are about 3500-3600, one pack got to 3900, so ill keep working on this thing.

I had a ton of false peaks on it this weekend and I think it was do to the fact of my delta peak ar 2.5, pushed it to 5 and seems to be working better.

Also, Two times I have put in a pack and as i close the gate the charger has restarted, anyone else have this happened?

Can ppl post their settings for types of batteries? Gp3700 and Ib 3800.

Like to see if thats where Im messing up at.

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I can give mine for the 3700's:

5.5aMp charge, 2.5m/v, max temp. 45, min. temp 35, lockout 180.
Did I forget something??

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Do 4+2 or 3+3 saddle packs fit OK in the ICCs clamping tray? Does the connecting wire for the saddle packs interfere with the contacts to the cells?
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I have found if I do not have a good contact with the cells they have a very good chance of false peaking. If you have not done this yet clean your battery bars really good. Makes for a better contact.
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Do 4+2 or 3+3 saddle packs fit OK in the ICCs clamping tray? Does the connecting wire for the saddle packs interfere with the contacts to the cells?

yes 4-cell saddle and 6 cell saddle work.
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I have found if I do not have a good contact with the cells they have a very good chance of false peaking. If you have not done this yet clean your battery bars really good. Makes for a better contact.

Yep! I took a dremel with a sanding disc and ground off excess solder on the top of my battery bars.... Helps make excellent contact for the icc and for ease of inserting and removing the pack too!
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Ron or Erik: Im on a order list in Germany.

Can you tell me the date you will/can deliver to Germany?

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Ron or Erik: Im on a order list in Germany.

Can you tell me the date you will/can deliver to Germany?

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