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Old Feb 11, 2007, 06:11 PM
Ed Heyman
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AstroFlight Model 110D Charger

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I recently purchased a well used AstroFlight Model 110D Charger. The box has a sticker on it that says "NEW! NEW! NEW! Now You Can Charge Nickel Metal Hydride Cells" so I Know it is old. I down loaded the manual for the current Model 110 Deluxe from the AstroFlight web site and would like to know the differences between the current model and the one that I have. Thanks.
Ed Heyman

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Old Feb 11, 2007, 08:11 PM
Doug Ingraham
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Re: AstroFlight Model 110D Charger

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On Sun, 11 Feb 2007, Ed Heyman wrote:

> I recently purchased a well used AstroFlight Model 110D Charger. The box
> has a sticker on it that says "NEW! NEW! NEW! Now You Can Charge Nickel
> Metal Hydride Cells" so I Know it is old. I down loaded the manual for
> the current Model 110 Deluxe from the AstroFlight web site and would
> like to know the differences between the current model and the one that
> I have. Thanks.


The real differences are:

1) No discharger.

2) No fan.

3) Pushbutton to start the charge where the 110DX starts charging when it
sees the battery connect.

The 110D also has a slow rate of charge which if I remember correctly has
a 10 hour timeout while the fast rate has a 1 hour timeout. There is also
a test mode which can be activated by pressing the the start button when
the power is connected to the charger. Dont charge batteries with the
test mode because it pretty much turns the charger into a constant current
source with no timeout. It will ruin batteries. I use the charger in
this mode for cutting foam cores on my Feathercut.

There are pretty much no common parts between the 110D and the 110DX as it
was a complete redesign.


Doug Ingraham
Rapid City, SD USA



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Old Feb 11, 2007, 08:11 PM
Ed Heyman
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Re: AstroFlight Model 110D Charger

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Thanks Doug.
Ed Heyman
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> This message from Doug Ingraham <dpi@rapidnet.com> brought to you by
> EFLIGHT!
>
> On Sun, 11 Feb 2007, Ed Heyman wrote:
>
>> I recently purchased a well used AstroFlight Model 110D Charger. The box
>> has a sticker on it that says "NEW! NEW! NEW! Now You Can Charge Nickel
>> Metal Hydride Cells" so I Know it is old. I down loaded the manual for
>> the current Model 110 Deluxe from the AstroFlight web site and would
>> like to know the differences between the current model and the one that
>> I have. Thanks.

>
> The real differences are:
>
> 1) No discharger.
>
> 2) No fan.
>
> 3) Pushbutton to start the charge where the 110DX starts charging when it
> sees the battery connect.
>
> The 110D also has a slow rate of charge which if I remember correctly has
> a 10 hour timeout while the fast rate has a 1 hour timeout. There is also
> a test mode which can be activated by pressing the the start button when
> the power is connected to the charger. Dont charge batteries with the
> test mode because it pretty much turns the charger into a constant current
> source with no timeout. It will ruin batteries. I use the charger in
> this mode for cutting foam cores on my Feathercut.
>
> There are pretty much no common parts between the 110D and the 110DX as it
> was a complete redesign.
>
>
> Doug Ingraham
> Rapid City, SD USA
>
>
>
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