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Batteries Charging Nimh Packs

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by bigone5500, Jun 17, 2018.

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    Are the same principles used when charging a NiMh pack? I have an 1800mAh 7.2v pack which goes to my easy start controller. Should it be charged at 1.8A rate?
     


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    I had something very long with tons of information that I'm sure you really don't want to know. Boring old battery stuff. Lets just say yes, you can do that. I would actually charge it at 1A though. For reasons that are quite boring...
     
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    Explosive resons? LOL
     
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    No, nothing dangerous.
     
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