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11-15-2006, 04:22 PM
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Posted By bbstrikesagain

RE: Cellpro 4s Balancing Charger

Glad you're sorted, but I'm still confused. It seems that the PolyQuest, E-Sky, Type-I, 3e balance connectors are all the same. That really is a widely used connector. So why doesn't the CP-TP/PQ...
11-14-2006, 06:59 PM
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Posted By bbstrikesagain

RE: Cellpro 4s Balancing Charger

Hi,

The easiest and cheapest solution might be to solder a male connector, suitable for plugging into your battery's existing balance lead, on to the end of a ($1.99) CPBP7 pigtail. Then you...
11-07-2006, 05:13 PM
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Posted By bbstrikesagain

RE: Cellpro 4s Balancing Charger

Hi,

Looking more closely I think we have the very same battery - 3e brand 1800mAh 15C. I bought the male connector from AshTek and soldered it to an FMA Direct CPBP7 7" pigtail to make an short...
11-07-2006, 12:08 PM
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Posted By bbstrikesagain

RE: Cellpro 4s Balancing Charger

It certainly will, and you'll love it. You need a decent 12V 3A power supply or battery. You will either need the adaptor sold separately or you can make an adaptor/extension lead like I did for my...
10-12-2006, 07:00 AM
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Posted By bbstrikesagain

RE: Cellpro 4s Balancing Charger

Hi,

I have a CellPro4S with home made balancer leads. It's a brilliant charger, especially for the price! It's so sophisticated yet simple, cool, safe and confidence inspiring. Confidence...
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