|05-10-2004, 08:46 PM||#1|
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I am: Yves Sabourin
Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Laval, Qc, Canada
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Cycling my PAck....
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I'm new in cycling battery pack and I would like to know how it's work...
I own an Hangar 9 Sure Cycle, my radio is a JR 421, so I plug my TX and RX pack to my cycler, I press the 2 red button to begin the "discharge" when it was complete, the charge mode begin, How many hour do I have to leave in the charging mode?
Is it possible to dammage or scrap my pack with a cycler?
I'm affraid of that kind of equipment!
Laval, Quebec (Canada)
|05-11-2004, 06:40 AM||#2|
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I am: Andrew Coholic
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: Timmins, Northern Ontario
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The sure cycle isnt (I am 99% certain) a peak charger, but is an "overnight" type charger. If you are running the standard 600 or 700 mAh flight battery and transmitter pack, then put on charge for 12 to 16 hours. A few extra hours will not hurt if the pack wasnt totally discharged to begin with, but the charger/cycler will kick into trickle charge after the overnight cycle is complete.
Andrew Coholic -MAAC #26287L
1/2A to giant scale, IMAC, SAM, R/C sport, turbine jets, Heli's...
if its got a wing or two and an engine - I like it!
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