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Old 12-06-2002, 06:20 PM
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

Is it possible to just purchase the black plastic case for the 10x battery? If so, how and where?

I need the case but want to put a different battery in it.

Can the 10X battery be cycled while in the TX?
If so, what discharge rate would you recommend?

Is there a fuse in the TX as well as the battery case?

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Old 12-09-2002, 03:23 PM
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

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Any input on these questions?
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

The battery and the battery board are parts that are available through our service center only, which you can get by calling our product support department at 877-504-0233, and we should be able to get you provided we have enough stock of them. I see that we are out of the boards right at the moment. The battery can be cycled. It does have a fuse on the board that is in the battery pack, it is a soldered in fuse. There is also a fuse in the transmitter itself.
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How does the battery connect to the board? What type of connector? pic?

If I send you my airplane 10x (when I get it) can you guys remove the ratchet on the throttle?
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

It has 6 pins that the battery pack slides onto. I don't have a pic available to post. We can take it off, we can make it smoother, or we can put a cantilever and spring on it to put pressure on it without a ratchet.
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

Thanks.
Do you have a name for this six pin connector. Does the battery have a short wire lead off of it that then connects to this 6 pin connector on the battery board?

Great, sometime I will have that done.
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There is not a name for it. The battery does not have a wire outside of the pack itself. The pins actually are accepted by the board that is in the battery pack.
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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

Within the black case, how does the battery connect to the silicon board?
Something must be attached to the battery to get a connection between it and the board, that is what I want to know.

I don't think I was doing a good job at explaining myself.

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It has wires from the cells to the board.
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OK, great, are those wires soldered to the board or have some kind of connector?

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Default 10x battery case part # / discharge ?

They are soldered to the board, and the board is held in the battery case.
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