See my other answer, as C is the Capacity of the battery, and NOT the current.
The other C rating is the amount of discharge the battery can endure, like 35C - 70C means a constant discharge of 35 times the capacity continuously and 70 times in short bursts (usually between 5 and 15 seconds).
No, 20C is 20 times the capacity of the battery pack, so for a 1800 mAh battery it is 36 Ampere. The battery will of course only (theoretically) last 1/20th of an hour, i.e. 3 minutes.
This battery has a discharge ability of 25C constant, and 50C in short bursts.
bought 2 of these for my floater jet. i noticed slightly smoother acceleration. the real noticeable difference was how cool the battery was. for performance, it was slight. in my opinion.
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I got 2 of these for my freewing f-16 with 64mm fan and 4300 df motor. I was using a 2200 4s 40c turnigy that would get hot and puffy. These are better because they dont get as hot and dont puff. They also are lighter and charge quick.
Semua kawan ku guna nano-tech pasal cukup power. Jadi aku pun try beli 4 biji untuk Funjet dan HK450.
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Very good item,it's unbelievable but after a few cycles of charging the capacity of battery was beter than on the begining, it looks like some kind of formating.Have 2 other capacity nanotech too, and same story.It's realy different technologi. Before was ZIPPY.