They do not come with any connector. If you want to use them with your pz t-28, then you have to but the connector seperately and solder it on the cell. However, I don't understand why you'd want this cell for your pz t-28, since if I'm correct, they need 3-cell lipos with about 2000mAh capacity...
actually, its best to hold the tab with a pair of small metal pliers, as they suck away the excess heat before it melts the plastic of the battery. But be careful not to touch both tabs at the same time!
Very good lipo cell. I use them in a MPX Fox glider as a single cell and in a shockflyer as a 2S lipo pack and in both cases they do their best and i am still satisfied, so i will buy more of them! Thanks HC! Recommended!
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I'm totally happy with these! Came together with the 450's I ordered, I treated one of these the same (charge, discharge to 90pcnt, then 25 cycles 2C charge/discharge, then measure)
Holds voltage as good as any other zippy I ever tested, these cells are VERY small! Mine measured 30x20x6.6mm, they fit small planes like the MPX Fox or Holiday 280 perfectly in 3S1P configuration.
Packs made using this cells are a bit on the fat side (3S1P including spacers makes a pack 22mm thick!) but for foamies it's still very acceptable. One of these cells in a 4-servo glider will provide 4 hours of flying!
Only point of warning: be careful when taking the lipo out of the packaging it comes in (taped to the package and a small piece of tape over the tabs: the last is the point of caution, don't just pull them out because the tabs are a bit fragile and will partly pull out of the pack. Not a big problem, but why let it happen?
Overall, very satisfied with these. Now all we need is balancing plugs for 2/3/4/5 cells to make balanced packs!