Typically reserved for high amp draw performance applications Turnigy nano-tech batteries represent the pinical of performace, reliabilty and value for money. Taking these same manufacturing principles and technology, our engineers crafted a line of receiver specific LiFePo4 batteries for those seeking dependability, quality and and life cycle unequaled by any other battery on the market today. When quality counts go with the worlds most trusted performance battery, Turnigy nano-tech.
Turnigy nano-tech LiFePo4 batteries (a lithium-ion-derived chemistry) utilize lithium iron phosphate as a cathode material which offers exceptionally long cycle life and greater thermal/chemical stability when compared to a standard Lipoly battery.
*Note:This is a LiFePo4 battery. You will need to use a LiFePo compatible battery charger when charging these batteries. NEVER attempt to charge these batteries in standard Lipoly mode or with a non-LiFePo compatible charger as damage or personal injury may occur.
Is this voltage ok in hitec and futaba receivers? I use 6 volt nimh packs now that when fully charged are around 7.2 volts. I am assuming this will work but just want to be sure before I use one.. thanks
I am very sorry about this but I was wrong. Somehow I got confused with what battery I was looking at and typed this on the wrong webpage. This isn't good for a transmitter, only a receiver. A battery you may want to consider looking at is the Zippy 1800 mah 5C 9.9V LiFePO4 battery. This battery should fit. Again, I am very sorry about my previous answer.
What kind of charger do I need for this kind of battery. I have one of this (Turnigy balancer & Charger 2S-3S): http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__7637__Tur nigy_balancer_Charger_2S_3S.html. But If I'm not wrong, I need a different one, right? something like this one? (HobbyKing Simplex 1~4S LiPo/LiFe 12,110~240v charger.): http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__10946__Ho bbyKing_Simplex_1_4S_LiPo_LiFe_12_110_240v_charger_. html
Hi Selecter. The simplex would work but if you charge also other batteries go for something like www.link can use it for most of the batteries we use in our models.It need a Input
Voltage 11~17v (carbatterie) and if you like to use it at home you would need a power supply.
Yes you can, the receiver that comes with Sanwa MT-4 can handle up to 7.4v and this battery is 6.6v.
(NB! Receivers RX-371, RX-441DS and RX-442FS can't handle this high voltage battery, so if you have one of those receivers, don't use this battery)
Boa noite Chade, gostaria de saber se posso utilizar esta bateria (6.6 volts)sem regulador* diretamente eum um receptor Futaba R617FS 7-Channel 2.4GHz FASST Rx (Genuine). Ou seria melhor um regulador.
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¿Puedo usar ésta batería directamente sin una UBEC en mi receptor? o sea para alimentar los servos
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Light, safe, proper dimensions to fit any model, the thing I really like is the 2 plugs switch it comes with, it is really convenient to use. So far so good, the only thing that I was confused with was the voltage, the normal lipo would read higher when fully charged, this one was rock solid at 6.6 - 2 volts .