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Old 05-09-2005, 06:06 PM   #31
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The pics you got are of the cooling tray and fan, works with the temp probe in warmer charging conditions.
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Old 05-09-2005, 11:46 PM   #32
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Can these warming trays be bought on their own or do you need a charger that offers them as an option??
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Can these warming trays be bought on their own or do you need a charger that offers them as an option??
you can use it with 4 to 6 cell pack or Much More warmer controller (better option).

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Old 05-10-2005, 02:26 AM   #34
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Thanks, will have a hunt for them on the net and check out the price.
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step charging...

using the Pitbull X3 or any other charger that offers step or triple rate charging is great.

the feature allows you to slowly building up the amp charge in the beginning which is nicer on cells that have been sitting

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Nexus,

How do you like your X3? do you find that sometimes it doesn't save the settings and you have to reset it every time?
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How do you like your X3? do you find that sometimes it doesn't save the settings and you have to reset it every time?
Send it back to CE they have a great service dept and will fix or replace any defective items they have on the market,I'm thinking about getting a X3 myself,I will only use CE chargers,basically everything else is a wannabe.
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I just got one of these charges and I am trying to set it up. The directions seem to be in Japanese so I am having a difficult time setting it up. The second stage doesn't seem to go below half them Amps of the first stage. For example if I set the first stage to 6.0 amps the second stage will only go down to 3.0 amps. Does anyone know how to set it lower.
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Straight Frontline 2

I just got one of these charges and I am trying to set it up. The directions seem to be in Japanese so I am having a difficult time setting it up. The second stage doesn't seem to go below half them Amps of the first stage. For example if I set the first stage to 6.0 amps the second stage will only go down to 3.0 amps. Does anyone know how to set it lower.
go to the straight web site, they have some good setups for gp3300 & ib3600. hope this help's, it helped me
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