Turnigy nano-tech A-SPEC lithium polymer batteries are built to the absolute highest of standards to provide competition level performance. With features such as gold plated balance leads, silver plated discharge wires and an all new CNT (carbon nano tube) additive mixed into the electrodes, these batteries are simply unmatched by any other in performance and build quality!
The new CNT/electrode mixture reduces impedance, generating less heat and maintaining a higher voltage under discharge load. Basically what this means is that these batteries will provide more power in your machine especially during high current draw maneuvers, and they will provide a longer cycle life due to the lower operating temperatures of the pack.
Top notch performance and build quality make these packs ideal for high-demand flying such as 3D helicopters, EDFs, F3A and any other high current draw applications.
*Perfect for .50/.90 size helicopters such as Trex 600/700, Logo 600/700, Innova 600/700 etc..
More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY nano-tech A-SPEC lithium polymer batteries are built with a LiCo nano-technology substrate complex and an all new CNT (carbon nano tube) additive 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 ultra strong electron-conducting networks in the electrodes which can increase electronic conductivity. 2) These additives create a super strong 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 doesn't exceed 60degC Thickness swelling during heavy load doesn't 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.
Dang... Just recieved my first nano-tech batteries for my cz yak and they are awesome. Pretty ***med out that these are on back order, my 550 dfc would've really liked these. I'm happy and surprised to say that hyperion has just lost a customer (as soon as these are back in stock)
thev certainly fit goblin 700!!!, only size matters... i dont see why should they fit only 4500mah... and of course, i am sure that heliaxe is aware that all of 700 helis take 2packs in series!!!
because of the C rating i am sure that gobbs could have some punch power on these!!!
I received the packs..... and the real weight of the 2s 6600 65c is 274gr ... sincerely I dont understand the weights of this web ..... in teory this packs will be lighter than the 6600 ....... I dont understand ????
You should not have a problem since the 5000MAh is the same, one battery with higher C rating will be happier at the end of the flight if you put heavy loads on the packs. The lower C rated battery will be a little warmer than the other but there should not be a problem.
mixing difference C rated batteries isn't a great idea. The lower C rated battery will deliver less amps sooner than the higher C rated battery.
Demand Amps = Capacity(mAh/1000)x C rating
So if you demand is X as the mAh capacilty is used one battery will deliver, 45x3=135amps while the other 65x3=195amps. As the battery capacity depletes you can see one won't continue delivering the same or needed amp demand and because these are a chemical power sources, encounters greater strain.
That being said, I ordered 2 anyway and will post data from 10 and then 40 & 80 cycles when I have it. Fingers crossed. Flying extra 330s 64", 8.5lb 74a 1650w (750 flights)in intermediate ama pattern competitions occationally. I log everything, powerlog 6s, device works beautifully.
....me too, will see endurance test, 50 cycles, 100cycles, etc....don't risked it. My other 90c 6cell nano's have done only 10 cycles and they became puffed closed to explosion. Just done away at a recycling center. What a money lost.
Provided you set your LVC to 3.2v it will last a long time.
We're seeing a lot of guys set their LVC to 3v and then discharge at 30C all the way to LVC. This will hurt any battery.
3.2v LVC and your lipo's will last a long time, guys.
3.2? Nah, at least 3.4 is even better. I'd like to go higher, but HK needs to make it an option on their esc's. A lipo is basically empty at 3.7/cell and discharges very quickly below that as it is. Aiming for a resting voltage of 3.7/3.8 per cell is what you want.
comparing the two 65~130c and the 65~130C (aspec) I see that they are very similar in weight and size.. maybe these aspec ones are just like the first ones but with less internal resistance with the new wiring. correct? this will help them give their power for much longer. it is true that my nanos perform real well but up to a point where the performance drops dramatically.. my 65c ones perform GREAT so far. I would expect those to be even better if the extra bucks mean longer lifesmpan then why the hell not..
You guys are basically the industry, so chop, chop, make it happen. :) I work in other forums with other battery enthusiasts trying to get the message out there, but we need some back end hardware / software support from you guys. :)
Right now I do look forward to reviews of these as well as car hard case versions in 2s and 3s. A 2s1p nanotech of this spec in a hardcase would be awesome.
You're experience is different to mine. I've been running 6s 5000 65c nanos in my mirage for a while now. I'd say 50-60 flights. Strong as, no puffing, no sag, and plenty of power. After a 3 min flight (3.7v) the battery is around 40c. I've not seen a battery that can match them yet.
I only use 65c now and happy to fork out the extra coin.
the truth is that my old 45c ones had a very very short lifespan.. dispite the fact thet their internal resistance was lower than the equivalent zippys.. but yet again the 65c are awesome batteries.. and if you notice we are talking here about nanotechs vs turnigy vs zippys.. so cost wise they are the best
I've done my own testing with LVC set to 3.3~3.4 at all times. This has improved my batteries life cycles. I checked 2 identical batteries (ZOP Power 2100 35C-55C 3S) and the one that I LVC at 3.2 puffed significantly faster. So there you go :)
I think a device that plugs into balance lead and between receiver and ESC and cuts throttle off based on cell voltage will be a hit.
All my batteries passed away by one cell discharging faster and faster with time. Then one day it hits 2.8V while the rest are high. I think for 6S capable ESC this feature is a must!
Hmm... what happened to the Turnigy Sentry ESCs? They had LVC based on cell readings where your batteries balance lead plugged into a small board and it monitored your voltage... Found one lying around, and can't seem to find it on Hobbyking now, thats a shame!
the method un use to store you battery is faulty u may as well have u lit the battery on fire and then complain now it doesnt work.. to get the best from LIpos u need to store them at rest volts 3.7 to 3.9 volts.. there is a very good care and use section on the hk site which will thell u what y Need to know to get the best from ur lipos
Boss, I know batteries are supposed to be stored at about 3.8x volts. But still these nanos are puffing faster than even the cheap 8$ FM/Turnigys I have. Almost many are complaining about puffing/Underperforming. Even the the flying field! Aint that enough proof?
Hearsay is Never proof. my experience with the nano batteries is uniformly good from 2200 3c 4000 4c and 3000 6cell all are superior to the rino batteries i used to use . At the flying feild nearest to me people say evrthing hk sells is ****. and then ur encouraged to take the 5% member discount available at the local hobby store owned by the club chairman where the minimum mark up is 200%
I have been using Lipo batteries for around 6-7 years so I no how to handle them, some of my lipos are 4-5 years old, My nano-tech 6s 5000mha did not do as meany cycles as my Turnigy 6s 5000mha, dont get me wrong they really do preform better they just did not last as long.
Most use Turnigy or Zippy packs and get fine performance. A few of us have tried Nanos from 25C to 65C and they all puff and go to **** in short time. I'd rather buy Zippy 40C to be sure I geta battery that lasts long.