While you can power on the module with the charger connected, COBRA does not recommend operating the unit on a shoot site with the charger connected. This is due to the charger's design to charge the battery at a defined voltage and current. Attempting to fire cues on the module connected to igniters may damage the module and will likely not fire the actual igniters.
Articles in this section
- How-to remove Pro-Adapt plate from your COBRA 36M or 72M Module
- What is a bank and how does the 36M/72M function with the 18R and 18R2?
- I am receiving an error code when starting up the 36M/72M, what do I do?
- How much current is used to test continuity on my 36M/72M?
- What is the battery life of the 36M/72M?
- How many MJG/E-Match igniters can I fire on the 36M and 72M at the same time?
- How many Talons/Clip-on Igniters can I fire on the 36M and 72M at the same time?
- How many e-match/Talons/Clip-on Igniters can the 36M/72M fire when wiring in series or parallel?
- My 36M/72M is showing 'Error: 1 Low Driver', what does this mean?
- I just updated my firmware and am seeing Error 7 - No RF Comm. What is this?
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