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Old 04-02-2014, 07:28 PM   #1
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Default low voltage alarms . . .

Hitec sells one, and so does Heads Up RC. The HURC alarm has a cool LED display of ALL cell voltage and a scrolling menu on cell #1, #2, #3 depending on the number of cells. The alarm is quite loud as well.

My question: does anyone have a clue what the miliamp draw is on the alarm? I have a Hitec alarm also, same question, what is the draw?
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