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    0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    I'm planning to buy 0610. What is the maximum discharge rate for nickel-based batteries?
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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    all the Hyperion info can be found here: http://media.hyperion.hk/dn/eos/

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    Jason, I have a Hyperion charger....I think it assumes the beginner knows something about charging/discharging etc. I have not found the manual all that informative.

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    What charger do you have?

    I may have something that will help out.

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    EOS 6061 ac/dc the $140 ish model. Any help would be awesome I want to make sure I am getting the max from the unit.

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    Try watching this if it doesn't help let me know. http://www.nitrokillers.com/showthre...=8845#post8845

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    First thing...My charger did not come with charge leads! I made my own, that kind of sucks, I bought it through amainhobbies. I think I will call them. The video hepled, but I still cant figure out discharge rate, it seems to discharge at a low rate, I would like to know the max I can use and how to get it. Thanks for the help.

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    We supply the main charge leads as a free gift no one else does this. As for discharging with the charger it only does a max rate of one amp. As for dischargeing just use the Battery typ button to get to the correct type and then hit enter now you can select what you want to do charge or discharge. It's really easy and the directions do explain this rather well.

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    ! amp max rate is what I was using, that answers my question. Yes, overall the charger works well and is pretty much idiot proof (this is good for me lol). I was thinking I was doing something wrong, but I had it working properly....Yeah!

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    RE: 0610i Ni-Mh/Cd discharge rate

    Yup your golden.

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