|Feb 22, 2012, 07:55 PM|
Joined Mar 2011
M41 Walker Bulldog battery charge
I just got a M41A3 tank from Taigen. This is my first one. I've never done R/C tanks before.
The instructions are pretty rough.
There is no indications on how long I should charge the battery. It has an AC adaptor and I could easily see how to plug the battery into the AC charger. But there is no indication on how long I should charge the battery or an indication on over charging.
So does anyone know what I'm doing here?
How long should I charge the battery from the AC adaptor and how do I keep from over charging?
|Feb 23, 2012, 12:20 AM|
United States, WA, Seattle
Joined Aug 2010
you've got identify the type of batteries involved
and pictures of your track problems would help
I'm new here also but will help if I can
|Feb 23, 2012, 12:26 AM|
Joined Mar 2011
Thanks so much for the reply!!
OK I will upload the picture but I think it drove itself back onto the sprocket because it appears to be fine now.
Also the battery is a 7.2V battery.
2 more questions:
(I'm discovering this stuff as I go)
It has an airsoft gun in it but the bb's just roll out of the barrel when I fire it. I don't even know how to get to the gun to fix it. And I guess I don't know how to fix it when I am able to access it.
It said it was a 2 speed drive on the advertisement. Well, how do I switch gears?
|Feb 23, 2012, 02:55 AM|
Charge time depends on cell type & charger rating
If Taigen ship like Heng Long then good chance you have basic crap gear
1700 or 1800mAh Ni-CD rechargable battery with about 20-30min run time
upgrading to Ni-Mh type with higher mAh will increase your playtime
example I'm running 4600mah 7.2v Ni-Mh
Wall Charger will be 400ma or 500ma rated
approx 1.5hr -2.3hr charge time
again upgrade to a real one
The Ansman ACS 67P+ is a microprocessor controlled charger for NiCd & NiMH RC battery packs with 6 or 7 cells (7.2v - 8.4v).
Cheers for now
|Feb 23, 2012, 03:01 AM|
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