Actually further to my question below not sure if I have a charge lead that can charge via a servo plug- what about using a JST plug (PRODUCT ID: AM-9017B) soldered to this battery and making a JST to servo plug adapter to connect to my camera (with the male servo plug)?
I need to use this to power a 5V camera that has a black and red wire connected to a male servo plug- can I connect this 1S lipo by soldering a female style futaba style servo plug (using only the black and red wires in the female plug) and disconnecting the white wire? Is there a particular way to solder wire to these type of (positive and negative) terminals? thank you
Balancer plugs you can find on internet or hobby shops. Wiring it like this. RED wire to the free positve terminal, BLACK wire to the free negative termial, each of other wires where cells are joined to each other. You should use ALU solder wire on the lipo terminal to solder. Hope that makes sense.
It is not hard. Do you have a volt meter? First mark clearly Pos and Neg on each cell. Now if you want a 11.1v x 3cell battery you need to connect the to the - of the cell. When finished you shuls have a free - on one battery and a free on another battery. This is a battery. Now you need to connect the powerlead and a balance lead.
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I bought two of theese lipos for my F1H free flight electronic timer systems. Both cells are perfectly flat and weight 10.0g each. With one of this cells my timer's CB signal trasmitter may work for a week non-stop..Very good cells.