Turnigy batteries are known the world over for performance, reliability and price. It’s no surprise to us that Turnigy Lipoly packs are the go-to pack for those in the know. Turnigy batteries deliver the full rated capacity at a price everyone can afford.
Turnigy batteries are equipped with heavy duty discharge leads to minimise resistance and sustain high current loads. Turnigy batteries stand up to the punishing extremes of aerobatic flight and RC vehicles. Each pack is equipped with gold plated connectors and JST-XH style balance connectors. All Turnigy Lipoly batteries packs are assembled using IR matched cells.
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Right after usage. The voltage does come up when it cools down, but if you run the battery too low when it's hot it will damage it. For example, if you ran it to 0% measured after usage it might come back up to 9% after cool down, but it is most likely going to puff and possibly ruin a cell or two. So, 20% warm, right after usage is your safe bet.
The battery ( Lipo)will be between 10.8 to 11.1 ( 3.6-3.7 per cell) lower you will invite trouble fast. 9.6 you must be talking about a LIFE (or A123) I run Life on my transmitter down to 9 volt when the alarm goes off leaves it with at least 20 minutes reserve
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i recieved 3 batteries last week on 25/8/2009, one is very good and balances well, the other two batteries had one cell each that read below 2.5 v. these cells don't charge over 3.9 v causing the overall voltage to drop very fast, the readings of one battery when i recieved is:
Cell 1 had a voltage of 3.85v charged up to 4.20 v Cell 2 had a voltage of 3.86v charged up to 4.18 v Cell 3 had a voltage of 1.9 v charged up to 3.9 v
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Good value for the price but only 3 stars because I suspect performance is a little overrated. Great when fresh but noticeable loss of punch midway thru flight. Now beginning to swell (just a little) after about 15 cycles. Also heavy and bulky for the capacity.
Used on Precision Aerobatics Katana MD and Addiction with appropriate IPAs and props. Never been discharged under 11.5v. Max draw on either plane 40A, well within spec for the battery.
Ordered 2 packs.. One had a bad cell on arrival.. The 2nd fly well in yhe Easy Star but requires balance charging after each flight as one cell drains a bit faster then the rest. .1v lower when discharged.
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I checked the capacity with a constant load of 20A and the result was exciting: 2220 mA and the drift of the cells was quite low. Also lipomon from rctool.de fits well to the balancer connector.