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The NanoTech 4S 6000mAh will work fine on your quadcopter. I use them myself on my hexacopter. I also have 40A ESCs and my total weight runs nearly 5 kilos.
I typically get between 8 and 10 minutes out of a single pack. If you run them in parallel, I suspect you'll get around 12 or 13 minutes.
I have 6 of these packs. I am using them in a race plane in series as an 8s pack. The motor draws 110A on the ground and should draw less in the air. The packs always come down hot and slightly puffed. Cell voltage after 2 minute flight is at 3.8V and 4 of the packs still balance to 4.20 after charge but two of the packs have failed. One of them has a cell that won't hold a charge at all and the other has a cell that will only charge to 3.85. Will these packs not really deliver the amps they are rated for?
Aside from not know what cooling the packs are getting and not knowing if you have ever allowed the ESC to go into LVC (which WILL kill packs)....I don't really understand why you would choose to use 25c packs for such an application....competition planes of any description require high C rated packs surely? @ 25c drawing 110A it's inevitable that you are going to suffer some voltage drop if nothing else.
The reason for the low C rating is I need the 6000mAh to make it through the race. This is the only 6000mAh 4S packs that HK sells that will fit in the fuse. 25C * 6000mAh = 150 amps. Should handle the 110A I am using. The LVC is set to 3.2V and has never activated. The lowest post flight resting voltage I have seen is 3.7V per cell. I have not put back more than 3400mA at any time.
No, it shouldn't handle 110A, not without some proper cooling, high LVC, and charging after cooling off. If you're going to pull that much you need to run the 45-90C packs. Always run HK lipo at half C rate or below.
No, this is true for all HK batts, if you run them at half their continuous C rate or above, they get quite warm. some would say yes, they are 12.5C batts, i'm saying it can do 25C but you gotta be careful and that pack is going to be dead within 10-50 cycles if i had to guess
Well, for a short time they support more the 93A i already pulled 115A with the 4mm Plugs and in 30sec they not really got warm but i'm useing this pack wit an 130A setup so for safety reasons i soldered the HXT 6mm on it
Please tell me exact length of it.
6S 6000 mAh nanotech pack dimensions are 167x49x55mm.
My battery tray is 169*51mm , so if it only 2cm longer than flightmax, it will be 163mm and it will fit into my tray. If dimensions of this pack are true, I'll take 2*6S packs and rebuild it in 3*4S.
I fly alsoe the s800 with 5kg payload but i get only 11min flight time with 2 x 4s 6000mah!
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The actual length is 155 mm, 20 mm smaller than declared, so it is not too big, will fit in most vehicles
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Normall I don't like waiting on back orders but maybe this time it was meant to be, I will be dropping my 5800mah order for a set of these baby's.
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It took a while to receive these but it was well worth the wait!! Cells came perfectly balanced at 3.84 . I use these packs in my F-18 Hornet with a 4900kv brushless motor pulling 34 continuous amps and I get more power than my TP 6000's and the same flight time!! No swelling and come down pretty evenly and just warm to the touch with plenty of WOT aswell. I also fly them in my T-28 using a 1100kv power 10, 40amp ESC and a 10x8 prop. LOVE'M , wiere 10AWG
estou a utilizar num LRP S8TXE, e dá para usar durante quase 25 minutos sempre a abrir
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Lipos au rapport qualité/prix imbattable...
Des lipos 4S de 6000 mAh pour 36 euros, qui chargent à 15A sans problème et qui donnent à mon Buggy eight-e une autonomie de 30 minutes...
Avec ça je suis le roi du pétrole !!!