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Old 08-23-2005, 07:37 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a stand alone discharger that has variable discharge rate from 1 to 30 amps and also has variable voltage cut off. Does such a thing exist? I have looked around some and can't seem to find such an animal.
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I don't know, but would it be possible to increase the discharge on the Smart Tray? 10 amps would be fine with me, but 2.7 is really weak...
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I'm looking for a stand alone discharger that has variable discharge rate from 1 to 30 amps and also has variable voltage cut off. Does such a thing exist? I have looked around some and can't seem to find such an animal.
You're talking about a Tekin DIS-350 discharger .....only problem is that you'll have to look around, ebay maybe.

I certainly hope Tekin revives this discharger !
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You're talking about a Tekin DIS-350 discharger .....only problem is that you'll have to look around, ebay maybe.

I certainly hope Tekin revives this discharger !

Wow, I'll have to take a look around. I use a Tekin BC112c with h31 software already. It would make a great pair.
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Roy.. check out the Fortress. it can discharge your packs at any amp desired.. and you can import them into a PC, graph and find out what the voltage reading is through out the entire discharge curve.

its great for finding out what pack is "race worthy" and what pack isnt.
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Thanks! Who makes the Fortress?
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Straight Ltd. do a search on google..then go to babelfish.altavista.com to translate.
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