The new number one in performance and price!The new Turnigy Lipoly packs deliver full capacity at the said C rate.You wont find a better deal in Lithium Polymer batteries anywhere! Spec.Minimum Capacity: 500mAhConfiguration: 2S1P / 7.4v / 2CellConstant Discharge: 20CPeak Discharge (10sec): 30CPack Weight: 36gPack Size:Â 55 x 30 x 10mmCharge Plug: JST-XH Â
PRODUCT ID: T500.2S.20
Replacing connectors is perfectly safe as long as you take the proper precautions: only cut one wire at a time and finish soldering it to the new connector and covering the joint with heatshrink before cutting the other wire or else you risk shorting the battery which could blow it up! Once you're done double check that the polarity of the wires matches the polarity of the connector and you're good to go!
Yes, i use one of this in my transmitter, and it works great. Plenty of power, just need to recharge it once or twice per month.
Besides that, i believe that the transmitter you are talking about already comes with a JST plug, so lucky you :)
alcune volte la potenza della batteria non è effettiva a quello dichiarato e qui si spiega il peso della batteria.credo che la batteria turnigy abbia stessa potenza di rhino.io ne ho 2 della turnigy e sono veramente affidabili
Try this one Turnigy 2S 3S Balance Charger Direct 110/240v Input. Search for it in the charger zone, it costs $10. If you want better options, try the "just another charger". Bang/buck its better than this one since it can charge more stuff than just lipo alone.
The C rating is related to the battery capacity as follows: - this battery, being a 500mAh one, has a C of 500mA. So 20C = 20 x 500mA = 10,000mA or 10 amps. The rating means 10 amps is the largest current you should draw from the battery, otherwise you could damage it or reduce its life.
So if two batteries have the same capacity in mAh, but one is rated at 10C and the other at 20C, it means the 20C one can stand twice as high a discharge rate as the 10C one. Generally you will pay more f
Yes it can. I use it in the EasySky micro cessna. I'm using a 4th servo (HS-55) to power the flaps I added. The stock 6A ESC can also easily handle the 4th servo. Thought I was gonna need a separate BEC.
Quite often, smaller capacity batteries can be charged at higher than a 1C rate. HobbyKing states the max charge rate is 2C for this battery, this charger will be charging a 2.2C.
I can't say for sure, but I bet you can use this charger. If you do try it, monitor the battery closely the first time you charge it. Any sign of heating or puffing, stop charging. Charging at a higher than 1C rate will shorten the batteries life span though.
I think that you could. Most small batteries can be charged at higher rates than larger. Just keep an eye on the battery during the charge, and if it starts getting a little hot or a little puffy then that means it is being charged to fast
if your planning on getting more than 1 flight every flying day then i sugest one of the quad chargers (4 chargers in 1) yes they cost more, but you can charge 4 batteries at once so it saves you loads of time, you might need a bigger psu tho if you plan on charging 4 6cell lipos at once
So would I be able to charge this battery with the big Turnigy 4x6S Lithium Polymer Battery Pack Charger (PRODUCT ID: TQ4)
do the batteries need to be charged at a certain voltage/amperage?
what would be the correct settings for this battery, if i were using that turnigy 4x6s? thanks for all the replys.
be possible if you carry that charger, according to load characteristics of Li-xx 1-6 and this battery is Li-xx 2. Just follow the instructions for uploading to the right that will be the current of the battery capacity or below. to have a long lifespan.
the magazine looks good.
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if your charging them on a quad charger then set each unit for 0.5 amps on a 7.4volt charge, rule of thumb when charging is 1000mah =a 1 amp if your doing a3 cell 1800mah lipo the charge would be 1.8 amps, so 500 mah = 0.5 amps hope that helps
The battery certainly fits, but the battery has a small capacity and only 2S so the plane will fly less and maybe even not at all able to fly. At the same time it is lighter than the recommended so they can be a problem with centering the aircraft. Better to use the recommended battery 3S 1000 mah
I made may card few days ago, and tried to order. Although it was on stock, after having trouble at payment, I had to reorder it, but in few min. it became backorder unfortunately. I was planning to use it in a very small boat.
If you use an electric motor and an ESC then yes. If you airplane use a glow/gas engine you'll need a voltage regulator to lower the 7.4v to 4.8v or 6v and so not to burn the servos. Sorry my bad english.
Great deal!!! This is a real 500mAh battery. I tested their capacity in a digital charger after five cycles. I found 477mAh by discharge and 505mAh by charge. The size is correct described (30x55x10) and the weight is 3g less than described (33g). The wires are more than enough 90mm for the HX plug and 80mm for JST plug (balancig plug). Good choice for small models!!