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The new Turnigy
packs deliver full capacity at the said C rate.
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3S1P / 11.1v / 3Cell
Peak Discharge (10sec):
105 x 33 x 24mm
This battery like all
TURNIGY's, will discharge at the said rate without voltage sag. Unlike other packs that call themselves 25 or 30C but really drop voltage 10-20% when pushed to the limit.
PRODUCT ID: T2200.3S.25
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Max Charge Rate (C)
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I wish these would come in stock! I owe my dad one, and want to get a few more myself!
i have a walkera 400d coax heli i came with a 1600mah 20c 11.1v lipo
does any 1 know what is the max discharge rate it will handle
would 1 of these 25 c 2200 turnigy be ok? .or could 1 go any higher?
3 points - 2/19/2013
Hi anyone ive just bought focke-wulf 190.I want to buy 2x 2200 3s 25c for longer flying will this be ok.
Dnt you have to crave it at a smaller rate than its capacity
Dose any one know what the charge rate of the batter is? What rate should I charge it at?
look at the Mah and knock the noughts off...2200mah=2.2amp
1 points - 12/31/2012
Many thanks simon .ive gotta say i was really surprised how well made and how well thought out it was for such a low price.im well impressed.
1 points - 12/26/2012
hi, could you tell me if this battery would be ok for my new walrus?
many thanks Dave
Hi David, Great choice of plane! This battery will be fine! Enjoy Simon
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Hello David, the Walrus is indeed a great little plane. As you are probably are aware, it is designed to be flown with a 1300mah 3S battery. Whilst the 2200 3S can be made to fit, it is not necessarily a better choice. With the 1300 battery the model balances perfectly, at the position where the servo wires are run. Being that much heavier, the 2200 will require the model to fly a little faster and used a little more power. It will also cause the model to be nose-heavy, unless you position it back very close to the servo arms, which is not an ideal location. If you haven't done so already, i suggest you try it with a 1300mah battery, which are not too expensive from HK.