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Mar 13, 2003, 10:46 AM
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Duratrax Intellipeak Deluxe Pulse Charger With Ac Power Supply


DURATRAX INTELLIPEAK MINI PULSE CHARGER WITH AC POWER SUPPLY

The power to peak charge, discharge, and Cycle NiCd AND NiMH packs

I am rationalizing my charger fleet. :-))) Unused so it's gotta go....Bargoon at $55 +SH!

This charger does it all in an incredibly small package. Includes the switching power supply. This allows you to use this Intellipeak charger at home on AC as well as in the field on DC. The bonus is that this switching power supply lets you use all your other DC-only chargers with AC power!!!




DTXP4110
Built-in cooling fan
Detachable AC power supply w/built-in fan
1.0-4.5A fast charging
3A max. charge rate for NiMHs
2A discharging


Get 12V DC from any 110V outlet -- great for crowded workbenches.
It's incredibly small and light (just 3.9" x 2.75" x 2.5" and 7.2 oz.), yet delivers an amazing 7A of 12V DC power wherever there's a wall outlet or power strip. Solid-state components make it light and compact -- and its state-of-the-art, high-frequency (22KHz) switching design not only eliminates huge, heavy transformers, but leaves room for a built-in fan to promote cooler operation and higher reliability.

A fistful of power that weighs only 7.2 oz.!


FEATURES: Peak charges nickel-cadmium batteries using specialized peak charging technology as well as nickel-metal hydride batteries, plus discharging and cycling features not commonly found in other chargers. Incredibly small peak charger for optimum portability. "Negative Delta V" peak detection for NiCds and NiMHs. Built-in Artificial Intelligence to eliminate false peaks. Auto-identifies the quantity of cells being charged. Computerized control, 8-bit 4MHz CPU with 8K ROM, 1K RAM, 1-channel 16-bit analog-to-digital converter. High efficiency P-Channel MOSFET drive transistors. 11-15V DC input. Incredibly small, detachable, 12-volt 7 amp AC power supply with built-in cooling fan for at-home use. Output: 4-7 cells on DC, 4-8 cells on AC. Adjustable fast charge current of 1.0-4.5 amps. (Note: 3 amp maximum charge rate recommended with NiMH packs.) Pulsed fast charge, with 8-bit pulse width modulated current control output. 100mA trickle charge. 2 amp fixed discharge rate. Fixed 2.60V discharge cutoff voltage. Cycle functions: Select a single discharge/charge cycle for periodic pack conditioning, or continuous "auto-repeat" cycles for reviving batteries that have developed a memory, or breaking in new packs. Four multi-function, high intensity LED indicators. Status light glows during charge and flashes when nearing peak. Audible mode select tone signals for easy set-up. One built-in miniature fan keeps the charger cool, increasing efficiency and lifespan. Reverse polarity and 7.5A fused overload protection.

REQUIRES: DC power source of 11-15 Volt, OR AC power source of 110 Volt (United States Standard AC)

SPECS: Battery Types: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) Charger Type: Pulsed Current, Peak Detecting Peak Detection Method: Negative Delta V AC Input Voltage: 110 (United States Standard AC) DC Input Voltage: 11-15V DC Number of Cells: 4-7 cells DC or 4-8 cells with AC power supply NiCd Fast Charge: 1.0-4.5A NiMH Fast Charge: 1.0-3.0A (3 amps is the maximum recommended charge rate) Trickle Charge Rate: 100mA Discharge Rate: 2 amps fixed Discharges down to a fixed voltage of 2.60 volts. Width: 3.4" Height: 1.9" Depth: 3.5" Weight- Charger: 7.6 oz (without power supply) Weight- Power Supply: 7.2 oz
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Mar 13, 2003, 10:47 AM
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pic of charger


pic of charger
Mar 13, 2003, 11:04 PM
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Pricedrop: $50 +SH....

BTW, list is $109.99:

http://www.hobbyhobby.com/cars/produ...pulse_info.htm
Mar 14, 2003, 08:09 AM
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I'll take it at $45 plus actual shipping USPS Priority. I'll be gone today til early evening, but will guarantee to have a MO out to you tomorrow. Thanks for reading. Glen P.
Mar 14, 2003, 08:42 AM
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that is a bit too low. 50 is imho a fair price.....sent you an e mail..
Mar 14, 2003, 10:44 AM
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excuses, the quoted list of $109.99 price is in Canadian $
FYI: 1US$=0.6733 CAN$
I knew the price went up last year...but not that much...
Mar 14, 2003, 10:03 PM
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one sold, last one still available....(FYI: not to Glennie..)
for clarification, i have four, used two, selling the 2 unused.....
Mar 15, 2003, 12:08 AM
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Thanks, anyway...
Mar 15, 2003, 11:38 PM
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