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Interacter X5 charger

By: Jimmy Holmes
New: 10-23-2006 08:29 PM
Updated: 10-23-2006 08:29 PM
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Interacter X5 charger

Interacter Battery charger. We are trying this setup. So far we like what we see.

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10-24-2006 08:15 AM

Tytus Gerrish


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i feel that this device should be held togeather and possibly suported or suspended by E-tape



10-24-2006 04:16 PM

Bill_Hancoc


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I wish we had that many batteries that needed charging



10-24-2006 04:46 PM

eugenebrooks


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I think that you should build and program a VEX robot that autonomously
swaps in a used battery for one with a green light, and lacking that,
a blinking orange light, and then lacking that, picks the one least recently swapped in.

Hey! It would be practice for a game with lights that change color...

Eugene



10-24-2006 05:09 PM

chris31


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Originally Posted by eugenebrooks
I think that you should build and program a VEX robot that autonomously
swaps in a used battery for one with a green light, and lacking that,
a blinking orange light, and then lacking that, picks the one least recently swapped in.

Hey! It would be practice for a game with lights that change color...

Eugene
Actually might just be easier to unhook the LED and then just have something wait until a current goes through it. When the current goes through where the green LED was then you know that battery is done. Seems like a more effective idea.

I wish I had one of those. Charging 1 battery at a time can be a pain.



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