The Turnigy 2650mAh Transmitter pack fits snuggly into any Futaba or Jr radio which uses a 4x4 AA cell battery configuration (see image). It includes discharge plugs for both JR, Spektrum plus other radios. It's built with a low C-rate Long Life LiCo Formular which isn't like a standard LiPo. It retains voltage for months on end without need for a storage charge so you can store your radio and fly once a month and not have to worry about discharging or recharging your pack.
With a capacity of 2650mAh this lipoly replacement for your old NiCD or NiMH will last four to five times longer. Probably the best advantage with a lipoly transmitter battery is that it will give a true voltage reading from start to finish which means you can say goodbye to the days where you thought your Transmitter was fully charged at home, only to find the voltage drop off rapidly when at the field.
I can use this batt in a drone, or only in a RC controller?
My drone uses 4 Turnigy Multistar 30 Amp Multi-rotor Brushless ESC 2-4S and 4 MT2213-935KV MultiStar Motor and Propeller Combo 10-4.5 CW CCW
But I wanna stop to use LiPo batt and change it by LiFe, I'ts more safe.
The discharge rate is only 1C so it will explode beautifully on take off!!!!Use a battery with 35-40 discharge rate minimum,for a multirotor.Your motors,on full throttle will need 15 Amps each and this battery can't deliver.
Try one of this: Turnigy nano-tech 2200mah 3S 35~70C or Turnigy nano-tech 3300mah 3S 35~70C and use an alarm like this one:HobbyKing™* Lipoly Low Voltage Alarm (2s~4s).If your battery gets very hot after flight then is dangerous and try not to drain your battery completely so use an alarm to know when you land
To balance-charge the battery you shold connect both charge and discharge plugs. The discharge plug connector for tyour battery is sold separately . You might need to buy charging harness like this PRODUCT ID: AM-5001A or this PRODUCT ID: Multi-Char19 to connect your battery to charger.
If you provide a link to your charger I can give you a better answer, but you need to plug the balance plug (the small white plug) into the port on the side of your charger, and then connect the main power cables. If you don't have a connection that fits, you CAN use the aligator clips from the charger and connect them to the correctly colored leads from the battery (the big ones). Definitely not recommended due to the less than ideal connection, but it will work.
Make sure you understand the cell settings and charge rate settings for each battery.
Hope this helps,
The battery came with the output polarity reversed. Damaged my Transmitter and now HobbyKing does not want to stand behind their product. If I could give this battery negative stars I would, along with their lack of support for a manufacturing defect. Hobby King is off my list of places to purchase.