|03-26-2015, 07:20 AM|
There are only a few choices unless you're pulling the batteries each time.
I've made extensions for the batteries, and I've made extensions for the charger power.
If you're making a long power lead for the charger, make sure you remember to make
it beefy enough to safely carry whatever load you may ever charge at. I made a light duty one that I knew
was only good for 8-10A... but I completely forgot and stuck 3 of my big 6s batteries on a 20A charge once.
Didn't take very long to start smoking the insulation on the power extension.
Edited after seeing your edit:
I see you meant more how to get your charger leads to the 'hidden' connectors themselves.
(I was thinking more on the angle of "getting the charger or power to the fuse, versus bringing batteries to the charger.")
I suppose you probably could charge through the charge jack.
Not sure on a Wolverine, but you can on the JR switches I use, for sure.
Just not at a very high rate, of course
|03-26-2015, 07:48 AM|
Thanks for replying you answered both of my questions for me. I have a EME 60 and would need to get es composite pipe $225. Or I could sell the EME and not have to worry about lipos inside the cowl and get the da 70. Who wants to by a used EME 60 with header and MTW front dump can?
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