Novak Flatline dead-short tray

Dec 30, 2006 No Comments by

 


If you like to dead-short your packs, Novak’s new discharge tray will do the job much more safely and conveniently than the old solder-a-wire-across-the-tabs method. The Flatline rig discharges at a rate of 2.7 amps, and can completely discharge a pack to 0 volts using Novak’s Individual Cell Monitoring Circuitry, which discharges the cells individually. Click the link for all the details and specs.

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FEATURES
• Spring clips for easy insertion and convenient battery storage (same as Smart Tray)
• Lightweight design
• Discharge status LED
• ICM Circuitry discharges cells individually
• Non-polarization allows batteries to be inserted in either direction
• Deep discharges and/or dead shorts single sub-C cells up to 6-cell packs (Ni-MH and Ni-Cd)
• Stackable design to save pit space

INCLUDED ITEMS • One Battery Storage Tray and 4 posts with locking tabs for stacking trays

SPECIFICATIONS • Length: 6.3 in. (16.0 cm)
• Width: 3.2 in. (8.0 cm)
• Height: 1.4 in. (3.6 cm)
• Weight: 4.45 oz. (126 grams
• Discharge rate: 2.7 amps

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