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Turnigy nano-tech 1000mah 1S 15C Round Cell

Turnigy nano-tech 1000mah 1S 15C Round Cell

The Turnigy nano-tech round single series cells are the perfect solution for many applications where space and weight are at a premium. These round Lipoly cells can be soldered together to make custom packs to suit your needs.

More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY nano-tech Lipoly batteries were designed from the ground up with serious peformance in mind. Utilising an advanced LiCo nano-technology substrate that allows electrons to pass more freely from anode to cathode with less internal impedance. In short; less voltage sag and a higher discharge rates than a similar density lithium polymer (non nano-tech) batteries.

For those that love graphs, it means higher voltage under load, straighter discharge curves and excellent performance. 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!

Capacity: 1000mAh
Voltage: 1s / 3.7V
Discharge: 15C Constant 
Weight: 20g
Dimensions: 70mm x 12mm
Balance Plug: N/A
Discharge Plug: N/A

Advantages over traditional Lipoly 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 1.2mO compared to that of 3mO of a standard Lipoly.
• Greater thermal control, pack usually doesn’t exceed 60degC
• Swelling during heavy load doesn’t exceed 5%, compared to 15% of a normal Lipoly.
• 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.

The nano-core technology in lithium ion batteries is the application of nanometer conductive additives. The nanometer conductive additives form ultra-strong electron-conducting networks in the electrodes which can increase electronic conductivity. These additives create the 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.

PRODUCT ID: 9210000033

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Capacity(mAh) 1000
Config (s) 1
Discharge (c) 15
Weight (g) 20
Max Charge Rate (C) 5
Length-A(mm) 70
Height-B(mm) 13
Width-C(mm) 12
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Rune  3 points - 5/23/2014
Is there any one that have tried to make 4s battery of this in a row. My thought was to make these into 4s in series, put them in my carbon fiber tubes on my quad, and then connect these 4 in parallel. That would give me a 4s on 16000 mAh, weight 320g. Is this possible? and what if I get problems with heat? and charging while in the carbon tube. The quad will be a round 1500g Motors is 4108-380KV Turnigy Multistar 22 Pole and 15x5.5E Carbon Fiber Propellers for long time flights.
 pipablo 145 points
Your calcs are ok, but the final mah will be 4000 (not 16000)* 4ah x 15c= 60ah constant for your whole pack. Motor 4108-380 max amps are 17ah x 4= 68ah a bit over your constant pack capacity, but they will not be always at max on flight. Would be good to know the consumption with a 15 x 5.5 to be sure.
 OldNick 19 points
I want to clarify/correct your reply a tiny bit. The rated current of the battery is 60A, not 60AH. Same for the motors at 68A. I say this just to avoid confusion for anyone learning from these posts. The figures you give are correct otherwise.
 Rune 3 points
I think I have to clarify as well :) Thank you guys for the answers :) Well I want to make 4 x 4s batteries. So question is if Connect 4 of these batteries on 1000mAH in series it will give me 4000 mAh? Then if I make 4 of those 4000mAh rows/packs, put them in carbon tubes holding the engine on the quad. And then connect these 4 packs that I have made in parallel it should give me 16000 mAh ? I thought series gives more volts, and parallel gives more mAh It would give a 16000mAh battery on only 432 gr. Or am I wrong, I'm kind of new to this.
 LasseK 1653 points
It's like this: If you connect 4 of these batteries in series, then you get a 4S1P battery with 1000mAh capacity. You do not get increased capacity when you connect batteries in series, you only get higher voltage. Then, if you make 4 of those homemade 4S1P batteries and connect them in parallel, you get a 4S4P battery with 4000mAh capacity, using a total of 16 of these single cell batteries (weight 16 * 20 = 320gr). If you want 16000mAh capacity then you need 16 of those homemade 4S1P batteries, using a total of 64 single cells (weight 64 * 20gr = 1280gr). HTH
 LasseK 1653 points
But this is not a good way to make this kind of batteries, since you cannot balance each 4S1P battery! I would definitely connect 4 of these cells in parallel first to get a 1S4P battery and then connect those in series to get the 4S4P battery. That way, you can balance charge each 1S4P "cell", which is very important. If you use 4S1P then you will rapidly get an unbalanced battery, one or more cells will die from the unbalance and the whole thing will be useless. So if you go this route, make 1S4P batteries, or as many in parallel as you need for capacity, then connect those in series. HTH
jason  15 points - 5/2/2014
looks kinda fake....
Rain54r  2 points - 2/23/2014
this battery very low quality. 15c just fake. It can give maximum ~2С* current and not very long, quickly drop voltage down to 3.0v. Common capacity given at 0.2C. looks like it working current. not usable for RC.
Juan Luis  13 points - 4/11/2013
how i can charge this batery?
 Toto_G 13 points
imax and similar
Brooks  5 points - 3/26/2013
I bought 5 of these to make (2) 2 cell packs for an electric tool. I was not able to make 1 pack. The solder tabs are so thin that if you move them very much they break off. My ability was not good enough to solder these. I broke the tab off the first one just trying to unfold it. Going to a different 1s battery now.
 wayneuk 495 points
re purchase & send me them il do it for you
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These battery's are better than a regular Nano tech cell .
I Have replaced the cell's of a dead 3s lipo pack with these cells and used the soldering print for connection the balancing and charging plug .
Lighter in wight and longer and more constant power .
Gone convert more to these cells .

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I decided to get these to make a 2cell battery for a Hyper Flyer.

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