So ok, since the power to the motors come directly from the ESC, its the relation between the Battery and the ESC whats matter, so my ESC's are 30A (max?) and this battery is 25C/35C preety much this battery cover perfectly the range that the ESC's works wich is 30A. Is this right or am I messing up all the concept.?
Hi, I am making my tricop, with the
AX-2810Q-750KV Brushless (Motor)
HobbyKing 30A BlueSeries Brushless (ESC)
Hobbyking KK2.0 Multi-rotor LCD Flight Control (Board)
can you please advice me if this battery works good for this specs, How mamy do I need. Of if theres ones better, can you please advice me. Thankz
I am completely sure, as I am looking at the stickers right now. If the discharge rate is different, one of the batteries surely has a wrong sticker. If the discharge rate is different, and I run the batteries in parallel in a high discharge situation, the one battery may puff. Also weight is different, which is a problem. I did several charge/discharge cycles on the two batteries, and the SMALLER battery has a slightly higher mah capasity than the bigger one.
I bought two of these. 1st shipment battery is 78,5x36x26mm and weighs 129g. 2nd shippment battery is only 74x36x20mm and weighs 108g. Both have the same main sticker, but the smaller and newer one also has a "Genuine Turnigy" sticker. My model is out of weight balance because of this. Whats going on?
You can buy these are guaranteed, I bought these for all staff and continue using small electric model aircraft, use it in heavy duty it may swell but also other brands, and the amount you pay for such a battery is a very nice buy!
They are better (generally) than the generic stuff you get with a cheap PnP or ARF combo - IE on a 50mm EDF, you'll get slightly better performance on a pack like this than the 20/25c you get with the plane itself. Zippy 35c are a notch above this, IMO.
I have flown about 35 minutes on a single battery pack, using the motor sparingly.
You can also use a slightly lartger battery (2200 mAh), as the bixler can easily carry it.
Also note, that the bixler has a large pack og shims inside the nose. Remove these, weigh them and replace with heavier battery.
hi could someone help me with this plane i have the fully stock standard setup with an 1800 turnigy battery and i cant seem to get it off the grond it like there is not enough power or the battery is to heavy i also tried to hand launch which only snapped the 2 wings off one side and the nose lucky it was easy to fix if anyone has the same setup please give some advice on how to get in the air. thanks
Use only the battery that the plane's manufacturer reccomends, however you may be using the wrong prop, ESC or motor. if the plane is one that you built, then download a free program like motocal and use it to help you find the correct batteries, ESC, props and everything else.
si no hay ningun problema en emplearlas en un esc de 18 A lo que hay que saber es el consumo que tendra el motor con la helice que emplees que debera ser inferior de esos 18 A. para realizar esas comprobaciones es muy util emplear un watiometro como www.link there is no problem in employing a 18-esc What we need to know is the consumer will have the engine with the propeller that employees should be lower than the 18 A. t
if there is no problem in employing a 18-esc What we need to know is the consumer will have the engine with the propeller that employees should be lower than the 18 A. to perform these checks is very useful to use a watiometro like www.link
No problem...maximum C rate for this LiPo are 32A...But you must use an engine that does not consume more than 18A. Otherwise you burn the ESC.
If you want to be sure of the choice of engine and propeller you must use a program like Motocalc or Scorpion calculator.
is this battery compatible with
receiver from Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2) ?
Does anybody know how to choose charger and balancer for battery ? or they are all compatible ?
Battery connects to ESC, and ESC to receiver, so is the ESC the one that has to work with a 3-cell lipo.
Charger can be anyone the can charge the number of lipo cells (3 in this case), with 1 A or less. If it's less it will just take longer. If it's more you can destroy the battery.
Hope it helps!
Hello whom the receiver 12.4V does not bear then already however that is so. A BEC between them scolded and it functioned. To the shop a Lipo program must to be selected and the balancer of connections have connected to be with the battery charger or an external balancer then can one this Lipo with 2.6A shop
Originaly thay were called: OEM, and were packed in white without any name on them. They came with "T" connector. I bought 3 of them. I use them in a 2.5m 950g sailplane, discharging is about 23-25A for 30-50sec at every lift. Never got hot, and after 20 flying they have full capacity. So the original batteries are good.
Confirm T connector = dean connector ? Suzonka, never discharge battery lower than 3 volts by cell .For 3 cells 9 volts is the minimum! 11.53 volts for shipping is a safe voltage. Hobbycity did it right!
Each cell should be between 3 and 3.7 V
Multiply by number of cells in serial. In this case 3 cells (3S)
11.53 / 3 = 3,84 V
Typical transport voltage for a Lipo. You should charge them before first use., though.
Well done, HK.
I got these yesterday and tried them out immediately on my engine testbench. I don't ahve the figures but at 25c these really gave quick engine response. I'm going to order more later this week. Yes there isn't any info on the batteries so you have to either remember what they are or do what I did, created labels and put them on the battery. Definitey 5stars
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12 thumbs up!
Just got these in. Did my first flight this morning and holy hell that thing is fast! I'm using them on a Superfly w/ a BM2409-12T and supersimple 40 ESC snd GWS 8x6 HD in pusher. With a normal Zippy Flightmax 3s 1300 20c (w/ 15 cycles at least) i get 32 amps @ 340 watts. With the OEM 1300 25c I'm getting 36 amps and 400 watts. It may not sound much more but in flight its to much. Now I need to upgrade on servos!! VERY PLEASED...hope they last
I've been using the zippy o.e.m. packs, seems they replaced it with these. the o.e.m. ones are great! It appears they just blue shrinkwrapped them.
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5 thumbs up!
Nice 25C LiPos, but the size of the power cable is really overlarge, Pack Weight including this wiring with EC3 connector is exactly 120g.
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4 thumbs up!
2 packs just arrived today. Decently balanced right out of the box. The battery connector wires and balance tap wires seem of good quality and are longer than some of the other brands. After a few months of use I will know more about the quality.