It'll fit in BOTH mini cubs. If your current batt is LESS then 450mah, then yes. It will increase your flight times. Here's the charging adaptor: FXT60-MJST. It works to charge if you are currently using a XT60 charger plug.
the model calls for a 350mah 2 cell so a 460 should give you more fly time but may need to cut some foam away to fit it in. also you may have to play around with where it sits in the plane as it's a little heavier and will change your c/g.the 350's are small and square shaped and the 460 is quite a bit bigger .
You should notice that this battery full charged is 8.2V, probably your leds are going to burn.
You could use a resistor to limit the current in your leds or put more leds in series.
20C means the discharge rate of the battery, for example, this Rhino battery is 460mAh, if you multiply for the discharge rate(20C) you have 0.460 * 20 = 9.2A, so the maximum current you can drain from this battery will be 9.2A
If you took yhe time to research your led system, shouldn't you also take the time to research the power needed to supply it? If you're not familiar with lipo batteries, you can seriously injure, read KILL yourself, or at the very leaset, cause a fire and probably kill someone else. GOOGLE is your friend regardless where you are located and language you speak. Please do not test your led system in my front yard. Don't want my grass scortched.
Always make sure you connect your battery to the charger correctly... obviously.
Then set it to charge Lipos, and make sure you set the amps to 0.5amp.
Make sure you haven't screwed around with your chargers settings, and have safety parameters preferably. Such as a cut-off points for heat/voltage/charge.
If you have everything setup correctly, there really should be anything to worry about.
I've actually went out a couple of times, and left my charger on ( which I don't condone, and you sho
I recently purchased 3 of these exact batteries for my HZ mini super cub as well and am also charging them on the mini super cubs charger. I've only had the batteries a few months but have been using all of them a few time a week and have never once had any issues while flying or charging. I am very pleased with the performance of these batteries. As long as you make sure you are alway plugging the batteries in correctly you should have no issues or fires unless you got unlucky enough and just g
Yes you can, that would be at 2C. If you are going to charge at 2C be careful and watch it. I charge my batteries at 2C all of the time, but keep them in a lipobag. Just be sure to use caution when charging these! -Tyler
if you charge at higher values you will shorten the batteries lifespan, but it's been done before.
remember to hang out and watch the first few times you try it . I charge mine at .5amps and it charges in about 25 mins with balancer connected.
hope this helps ya.
I have a Helicopter Hirobo SRB QUARK and do not know if these batteries are compatible or not with the helicopter, especially by the size of the connectors and battery. I can report if they are compatible?
hextronic style these are good for 10-15A apps awsome weight reduced indoor supply match with turnigy speed con and 19gram outrunner or the e max 1600kv outrunner 300gram pull with 8\3.8 prop winters comin best get some foamies
First use of these packs, they seem a little under powered, but better after 2 cycles. Subsequently after a total of 7 cycles, they are already puffed up. No seeming loss in power yet though, but already puffy. Have to see how long they last.
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5 stars for the battery. Zero stars for Hobbycitys return policy! I ordered 6 of these batteries for my E-Flite P-40 Warhawk. The batteries function flawlessly after 20 flights. One battery has a bad cell... as indicated by the Accucell-6 charger (also from hobby city) Hobbycity will not give be a credit for the $4.79 battery unless i spend $10 to return it. Not cool after spending thousands here?