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1800 mH Tx Battery Pack

Old 02-24-2006, 05:21 PM
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I've got an 1800 mH pack in my JR TX . What is the highest charging rate i can put on this pack?
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Default RE: 1800 mH Tx Battery Pack

If your going to fast charge the pack you'll have to take it out of the transmitter! In the transmitter you normally have a 800 mAh pack, which is charged at C/10 or 50 to 80 mA. Trying to put 1.8 amps if it is NiMh pack or 3.6 amps if it NiCd thru it will blow the fuse if it has one or perhaps the circuit board traces if it doesn't. I don't see the sense in doing this but it is your transmitter.

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