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Old 07-14-2007, 06:14 PM   #11
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I got one from fastcats that has the lightbulbs (10) already connected to this.

works great. bulbs can get hot, so be careful.
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Old 07-14-2007, 07:27 PM   #12
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Where can you get these?

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Old 07-14-2007, 07:53 PM   #13
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.6 volts/cell...what the H E double hockey sticks was I thinking when I posted that figure?

Duckman is right, you should try to avoid discharging your NiMH packs to below 5.4 volts.

Just for the record I edited my other post...don't want somebody to get bad info. There is enough of that out there already.

The link I posted was a feeble attempt at homebrewing the cut-off modules B4RS and Duckman mentioned. At the prices shown it's easier to just buy one than to source the parts and build one.

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Fastcats in Oakville - it has the shut off and the bulbs together just add deans plug ( or maybe it had one already - - I can't remember)
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would a trinity DPD work ??? I have one that has intrernal saddle style and for stick packs, external disharging ,there not on the low end but well worth the dollar. Cal check em out online at trinity and this coming weekend we can try doing your packs on it as well ...
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