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Old 08-19-2005, 08:49 AM   #16
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The best discharger is the track. It has the exact amperage discharge curve you need. And you get practice at the same time.
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Old 08-23-2005, 07:03 PM   #17
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I'm interested in getting a set, but before I grap one, can anyone tell me how to you attach the temp prode to the battery? Is there a magnet, or do you just put it on top of the pack.

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I'm interested in getting a set, but before I grap one, can anyone tell me how to you attach the temp prode to the battery? Is there a magnet, or do you just put it on top of the pack.

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The Korean (non much more affiliated faction) crew at TAC were using it, could have gotten a real good look at it then.
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I'm interested in getting a set, but before I grap one, can anyone tell me how to you attach the temp prode to the battery? Is there a magnet, or do you just put it on top of the pack.

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there is a magnet, and it works rather well,
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where can i buy this charger at?
anyone??? does anyone know where you can buy robitronics stuff here in the U.S.??????????????
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where in USA can you buy this charger???????????
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hybrid distributers is the robi distibuter in the states. they won't be in until feb. no pricing as of now.
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Default IB4200 6 CELLS ON THE OVERLOADER

Anyone got any settings for IB4200 6 CELLS ?

4 step settings ! , mv cut off etc.

i am using the charger fine on step charging with 6cell GP3700

but would like to know the new settings for thease new IB4200 cells !

let me know ! , thanks.
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