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Rhino 610mAh 3S 11.1v 20C Lipoly Pack

Rhino 610mAh 3S 11.1v 20C Lipoly Pack

Capacity : 610mAh
Constant discharge: 20C
Burst rate: 30C (15sec)
Configuration : 3S 11.1v
Pack size: 55x31x16mm
Weight : 50.9g


PRODUCT ID: R610-20-3

Capacity(mAh) 610
Config (s) 3
Discharge (c) 20
Weight (g) 51
Max Charge Rate (C) 2
Length-A(mm) 55
Height-B(mm) 31
Width-C(mm) 16
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Price  HKD28.25

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Total of 33 discussions.
Greg  1 points - 12/19/2014
 
Would this battery work well in a Blade 180 CFX heli? I am hoping to increase flight time versus the provided 450 mAH E-Filte battery but I want to ensure that this battery provides enough peak output current due to being rated 20C (versus 30C for the stock E-Flite battery).
Jorrit  1 points - 10/5/2014
 
Hello, Does this battery give me enough power to power my gimbal and fpv transmitter for 20 minutes (at the same time)? Does this battery give me enough power for 20 minutes receiver and monitor too(at the same time)?
 Maria 211 points
depends on how much current you draw
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 Maria 211 points
remeber: Battery capacity (in Ah)/device current draw (in A)=time the device will run (in hours)
 James 1 points
It should have enough for a small fpv transmitter, but its not going to have near enough juice for a monitor and receiver. I would recommend 1500~2000 mAh for that.
 Guyon33 84 points
As the other guys are saying here, you need to do the math... you need to add your video transmitter and gimbal max power usage and figure out if 600Mah will be enough to run them for 20 mins. If they are on the small side, say GoPro gimbal and 600milliwatt transmitter, I would guess that would be OK, but in any case, why not power the gimbal from the main battery and just the Video Cam and transmitter from this one? The advantage is more power for your cam and a cleaner supply, as the gimbal will mess it up a bit. As for the ground station, this would be very inadequate, I use an old 5,000 Mah 3S Lipo which is past it's best for flying, but just fine for the Video and receiver for well over an hour.
Jorrit  1 points - 10/5/2014
 
Hello, Does this battery give me enough power to power my gimbal fpv transmitter for 20 minutes? Does this battery give me enough power for 20 minutes receiver monitor too?
 blackcamo 9 points
gimbal fpv transmitter you say hmm? and receiver monitor too? who knows? it should! but it may not...
Scrambles  2 points - 9/26/2014
 
If I wanted a solution to charge multiple of these at once, what could I buy to do that?
 ElectricAussie 4253 points
Hi Scrambles, You can use a parallel board that will do several packs at once, but you don't get very precise results (i.e. balancing) from them. I use a Twin Pack charge lead (PRODUCT ID: T-Twins ) with these packs all the time and have had great results. Cuts charging time in half. You just need a balancing charger that will handle up to 6-cell packs (i.e. Accucel-6). Cheers, EA!
Denim  6 points - 7/3/2014
 
What is the name of the discharge plug?
 ElectricAussie 4253 points
Hi denim, The plug is generally called a JST connector, but JST is the manufacturer and there is a technical name/part number that they use. If you're shopping for a matching connector or charging lead here on HobbyKing, then JST is what it will be called. The connector is rated to 10A continuous, but can handle bursts of up to 20A with no problem. Cheers, EA!
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Lance Dalton
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26 thumbs up!
Bought three of these and so far I'm pleased. More power than my TP PL 730's but not the run time. Getting 10 minutes with a Pink Wonder 24 gram 1500kv and a 8x4 DD prop and the power is excellent.


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zachary alford
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13 thumbs up!
i bought this battery along with a rhino 430 mah 3s to try out the different weights in my plane. this battery is one of the best i have ever used, and at a quarter of the price of my thunder power batteries i couldnt have asked for a better deal. this battery gave me 6.5 minute run times with an e-flite 370, e-flite 10a contoller and an apc 10x3.8 doing moderate to intense 3d. i'm going to use the 430mah for indoor flying when winter time rolls around. this is a great battery at a great price. thanks hc


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Lance Dalton
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11 thumbs up!
The weight and size are correct on the specs. I used a 4 prong Deans connector and with Velcro the weight is 51.3 grams. I also like that they have a balance plug. My TP PL 730 3s with the same Deans power plug and Velcro is 50.5 grams. No balance plug on the TP's.


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__DanB
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8 thumbs up!
Perfect size lipo for use with the HXT 1300kv - 1700kv 24g "Blue Wonder" motors [or the Turnigy 2730 equivalent]. Using the Turnigy Plush 10a esc, 2 HXT500 Servos, & Spektrum AR6000 rx, I routinely get 15plus minute flight times at 1/2-3/4 throttle.

Amazing pack at this price, pick some up while they actually have them in stock!


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dave hiflyer 2
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8 thumbs up!
rhino 610 mah 11.1v 3s battery pack. what can i say , this battery converted my extra 300 foamy 240g 9/4 gws d/d prop thin type powered by a e-flight park 300 from a plane that would not even pull a full loop from level flight in to a full on 3d power machine. hovering at quarter throttle and more than ample power for any type of flying . i can not belive just how much differance this battery has made. the battery is very cool after flight.


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