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#1 Cory101

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 07:21 PM

I acquired one of these great little boards in the last few weeks but if I leave any battery in it for more than 12 hrs the battery is dead and I am using good battery's. Is this normal because my stock e2 board doesn't have this problem?
the version is y2r091608
fire mode semi-auto
sear pulse dwell 3.5ms
sear pwm dwell .5ms
bolt dwell 10ms
abs 0ff
bolt open delay 1ms
bolt close delay 15ms
breach watch time 800ms
brightness =1
auto off timer is 5 minutes

I do have an mq2 valve installed and a rf ship for the magna drive board





I have found that in the off state my tadao board is pulling down 40 ma of current and if you go to duracells web sight it shows that the srevice life will be around 12 hours.

In no way do I think that anyone should view this a mark against the company

Edited by Cory101, 11 January 2009 - 02:04 PM.

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#2 DonnieF

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Posted 17 January 2009 - 02:24 AM

I acquired one of these great little boards in the last few weeks but if I leave any battery in it for more than 12 hrs the battery is dead and I am using good battery's. Is this normal because my stock e2 board doesn't have this problem?
the version is y2r091608
fire mode semi-auto
sear pulse dwell 3.5ms
sear pwm dwell .5ms
bolt dwell 10ms
abs 0ff
bolt open delay 1ms
bolt close delay 15ms
breach watch time 800ms
brightness =1
auto off timer is 5 minutes

I do have an mq2 valve installed and a rf ship for the magna drive board





I have found that in the off state my tadao board is pulling down 40 ma of current and if you go to duracells web sight it shows that the srevice life will be around 12 hours.

In no way do I think that anyone should view this a mark against the company


I just got my Tadao board back from the shop for doing the same thing , i believe Will said my Mosfet had gone out.

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Posted 21 January 2009 - 01:17 PM

also it could be fi you play around with it the battery wastes quicker with the white spacer in the MQ valve

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Posted 14 April 2009 - 10:55 PM

No, that's way too fast to be killing the battery. I've been able to keep a battery in mine for two weeks at a time without any noticable drop in battery life. I went through close to 5,000 rounds over the course of a weekend at a recent scenario game, and I didn't even get the battery indicator to drop one bar. Your board probably has an issue similar to Donnie's.

Edited by Corrupted355, 14 April 2009 - 10:58 PM.

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