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Old 07-28-2005, 06:14 PM   #1
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i have a novak millenium charger. does anyone know how to lower the mv when charging???
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if you go to teamnovak.com you can download the manual...... might help you out

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if you go to teamnovak.com you can download the manual...... might help you out

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If you're talking about changing the mV threshold WHILE charging, can't be done without stopping the charge & resetting it, but before you begin charging, just use the up/down buttons to scroll through the menus till you see one that says "Edit Charge", then hit the OK/Select button to go into it(same button that starts the charge cycle), & use that same button to OK every setting of the carge. And to be able to adjust the mV threshold, you have to set charge mode to NiCd Linear(not NiMh, using that mode will have the charger set the threshold on its own & can't be adjusted) & continue through the settings until you get to the voltage threshold setting & then you can change it with the up & down buttons & hit OK to confirm it, then you're ready to charge with the new settings...
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