Finally, a nano-tech has arrived for your Solo-Pro 180 helicopter. Boost the performance of your machine with this 1S 750mAh 35-70C high power Lipo.
More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY nano-tech lithium polymer batteries are built with an LiCo nano-technology substrate complex greatly improving power transfer making the oxidation/reduction reaction more efficient, this helps electrons pass more freely from anode to cathode with less internal impedance. In short; less voltage sag and a higher discharge rate than a similar density lithium polymer (non nano-tech) battery. For those that love graphs, it means a straighter, longer curve. For pilots it spells stronger throttle punches and unreal straight-up performance. Excellent news for 3D pilots!
Unfortunately with other big brands; numbers, ratings and graphs can be fudged. Rest assured, TURNIGY nano-techs are the real deal, delivering unparalleled performance!
* The nano-core technology in lithium ion batteries is the application of nanometer conductive additives. 1) The nanometer conductive additives form ultrastrong electron-conducting networks in the electrodes which can increase electronic conductivity. 2) These additives create a superstrong ability for imbibition in the carrier liquid to supply more ion channels. This improves the ability of ion transmission and ion diffusion. Through improving electronic conductivity and ion transmission, the impedance is reduced and the polarization of high rate discharge decreases greatly. Advantages over traditional Lipo batteries; -Power density reaches 7.5 kw/kg. -Less Voltage sag during high rate discharge, giving more power under load. -Internal impedance can reach as low as 1.2mΩ compared to that of 3mΩ of a standard Lipoly. -Greater thermal control, pack usually doesnt exceed 60degC -Thickness swelling during heavy load doesnt exceed 5%, compared to 15% of a normal Lipoly during heavy load. -Higher capacity during heavy discharge. More than 90% at 100% C rate. -Fast charge capable, up to 15C on some batteries. -Longer Cycle Life, almost double that of standard lipoly technology.
Tight fit, but does fit the Walkera v120d02s better than the Nano-tech that is supposedly for the v120. The skinny battery listed for the v120, only fits if you have the xtreme aftermarket skids, which have rubber bands to help hold in the pack.
Have a look on the left tab > Chargers & Accessories > Battery Chargers, any charger that states capable for 1S LiPo, will do the job.
As for the connector, the item : XT60-MINI - XT60 to Micro Losi Charging Adapter (2pcs/bag) is the most suitable in the Hobbyking's shop, or else if you prefer better to search on ebay for "micro Losi connectors".
Just received this battery. When I connected it to my heli, the connector suddenly burnt. I found that the connector cable was connected with reverse polarity (the positive to negative). I just wanted to know if this connection was designed intentionaly this way or maybe by mistake?
Always make sure packs have the correct polarity!
I know that Walkera Mini CP and the Blade 1sq quad copter can run the same packs, but the polarity is opposite. So when mixing and matching, make sure to double check polarity. You can change the plug around just by carefully pressing the little tab and pulling the wire and connector plug from the connector housing and switching them, ONE at a TIME, being carefull not to let the wires touch!!!
the xtra weight may make the xtra mah useless. For my Mini CP, I have some 400mah packs that fit, however, the Nano-tech 260s last almost just as long, but with more agility and punch because of the weight!!! just my experience! I get 6-8 mins with telemetry disabled.
Already bought and used four of this batteries in my v120d02s without any problems...now only mastered a few 3D without any problems with the punch of each of the cell. I charged it with "Turnigy Acucell 6" charger at 0.7A always. It fits the stock LG with a tight fit...nice! Best money can buy.
It will fit tight for the first time with the stock LG...just hold on to your main gear while pushing the back of the battery into the battey bay. To remove it the easy way is to push it from the front with the canopy remove of course. Don't pull the wire to remove it!!
i already buyed 3 lipos for my NE 1803d, i tested today, for sport flight works amazing, a lot of power, but when i switched to idle-up comes the disaster, the gyro goes crazy turning the heli uncontrollable, y tested two times with same results, the heli crashed into the ground. some idea or advice?
your problem doesn't sound like the lipo to me, I'd look up what the default settings are for the solo pro 180. I love the heli but I've had difficulty with 3d and I can do really well on the sim, I think there are a few variables going on here.
I will work but won't fit well and struggle to lift the extra weight ... Get some walkera connectors and use the single cell 350 mah cells ... They are great for my genius.... Or change to micro deans... Hope this helps
The polaritis is different...it is better to solder it to a micro dean etc. I am using the "normal dean" which weight more than the mini micro dean because I don't like the way the micro dean works. I used to rc electric 1/10 car with novak brushless before and this "dean" sure make the hell different when racing electric car!! So what I have used before in rc car is what I applied to rc heli when it comes to connector. Just my 2cents opinion.
The second (white) plug on Lipo packs is the balance plug and the red one is the charging plug. As you only have one cel, it doesn't need balancing so just connect the two pin plug to the matching socket on the charger
Flying the 180 aggresively with this battery will warm it up and make it swell a little. But leave it to cool before charging and the swelling will go back. Happens with the original NE battery for me as well.
one of the best battery you could get given at this price. I run them in series 2s and it gives a heck of a punch on my 1/26 rc car. Just last week i left the batteries running in the rc car for a day after being discharge, the batteries boosted right up at no voltage reading and they contiune to work like new. Even tho from the boosting they buffed a bit afterward, they're not running warm even under heavier load.
While you can charge over the maximum capacity, the normal is to run it slightly under that. That helps prolong the battery life. If you DO charge at higher, then either leave it on a concrete slab or do it outside in case of fire
This battery uses the micro-losi connector. It is advised not to change it because whatever you will replace it with won't be as light and you will have to change the one that comes on the heli of course. Those connectors are yet not sold here but you will find a nice adapter if you search for XT60-MINI.
If you need further help, ask for it.
Hope I have helped!
This is a standard 2pin connector. You can use this product not only for Nine Eagles Solo-Pro 180,but you also can use this product for "Walkera Helicopter" model V120D02, V120D05,V120D01,V120D02,4G6S,4#6,CB100. If you want to use an other plug, you can change it for sure.
Thank you Edd!!!!
Your answer was very helpful. (both of them! LOL)
Credit deserved, but it's not my posted question. LOL
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Using these on my V120D02S. According to my Accucel 6 it puts 770mAh into the battery charging from 3.7v to 4.2v. If you are planning on converting these for use with a helicopter that uses JST connectors don't, they are ridiculously hard to crimp. Just convert the helicopter's ESC to an easier to install connector like EC2 or microdeans. I'd recommend EC2 over the microdeans even thoiugh they are a bit larger because of the solder cups and increased safety. Microdeans are a pain in the ass to solder and you can accidentally short the battery when plugging it in. They also can accidentally plug themselves into each other while bounding around in a container.
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Superb battery for the Walkera 4#3B helicopter. Very powerfull, high punch and durable, more than 10 min flights. Much better than the original Walkera batteries for this models and for less the half of the price. It also be used with the V100D01 model but that helicopter is a little heavier and It doesn't fly so good.
Received batteries are in good condition with 3,80v. You have to charge up to 4,20v with your charger to start using it. Not recommended to use the battery below 3,7v. I don't use it more than 8 minutes to save the battery internals.
Very good product.
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I am using this battery in mini dlg ; it is good for 1s configuration.
Don't know exactly voltage sag at heavy loads, but at launch current is several hunderd miliamps, and I never experienced servo stalling or brownout.
Capacity is as declared, no sign of self-discharge over time.
Weight and dimensions are appropriate for placing into fuselage to obtain CG.
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Order another two...hehehe. Can't get enough flying! Best money can buy....period. With stock v120d02s motor...its the ultimate match for it.