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Chargers - 04.01.2005, 12:13 PM

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I have looked at your chargers and have a few questions.

http://www.rc-monster.com/products.php?cat=19

The Integy "Triple" one, I guess this can charge 2 or 3 batteries at once? It says upto 10 cells, does this mean 10 cells per a battery or 10 cells can be charged at once between the 3 connectors? Sorry if I confused you, lol.

Also with the Integy charger, can this charge through the mains at how many Amps? Not sure if US and UK mains are the same, but UK sockets are 240v (I think).

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The Integy 16x4-Pro ac/dc charger does 1 battery pack at upto 5.5v can I charge using the UK mains at this many Amps?

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I know alot of chargers you can only charge upto 3A unless you have a 12V power supply.

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Also, can you get UK plugs for these chargers you sell? :P

Many thanks, lol,
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04.01.2005, 12:36 PM

The triple pro can charge up to 10 cells per battery. the amperage it can charge at is dictated by the power supply (if the outlet can deliver the amps, so can the charger). The triple pro can also be used with 120 or 240 volt outlets (so you can use it fine), while the 16x4 is only set up for 120vAC or 12vDC. For the plugs: tell me what plugs (or show me a picture) and I will let you know if I can get them. Most likely I can.
   
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04.01.2005, 02:35 PM

Thats great to hear.

I am really intrested in the "Integy Triple" charger - able to do 2 batteries at once would be a huge benefit and save me a load of time.

I will look at it more and get back to you on the plug! I really don't know what to get, this charger or make my E-Maxx differentials bullet-proof. :S


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04.01.2005, 02:38 PM

I just read this off the charger description:

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internal 14A power supply.
Does this mean I would be able to charge at 5A from the mains because it has a built in powersuply to convert it?


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04.01.2005, 02:45 PM

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I just read this off the charger description:



Does this mean I would be able to charge at 5A from the mains because it has a built in powersuply to convert it?
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