ZIPPY Flightmax 1800mAh 9.9V 5C LiFePo4 TX Pack (DE Warehouse)
The Zippy Flightmax 1800mAh Transmitter pack fits snuggly into any Jr or Spektrum radio that takes a 8 x AA cell battery. With a capacity of 1800mAh this LiFePo4 replacement for your old NiCD or NiMH will last four to five times longer. Probably the best advantage with a LiFePo4 transmitter battery is that it will give a true voltage reading from start to finish which means you can say goodbye to the days where you thought your Transmitter was fully charged at home, only to find the voltage drop off rapidly when at the field. LiFEPo4 packs also feature a much lower self discharge rate than the NiCD and NiMH counterparts. Spec.Capacity: 1800mAhVoltage: 3S1P / 9.9vDischarge: 5c Weight: 144g (including wire, plug & case)Dimensions: 100mm x 27mm x 33mmBalance Plug: JST-XHDischarge Plug: JR / Spectrum
PRODUCT ID: Z18002S-5F
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best way u use a life loader like HK accucell 6 or so on. other way u can use loading program for lead accu. they have nearly the same loading sequence. with my own it works perfect. watch the voltage!
2V-2.5V per cell should be like empty, so that makes 7.5V for a 3 cell maybe 8v if you want to stay on the ultra safe side, besides that LiFe are way better and safer than LiPo so you can harass them. You will actually need custom firmware like ER9X to actually set a custom value for battery alarm.
7.5V is a bit close to empty because when it reach this value the voltage drops down much faster and the alarm shoud give you some time before switch off your system. As this type of LiPo stay long time on high voltage it will better to set it between 7.8V to 8.0V than you have more time to land your plane.
It fits perfect and I use it without changing the connector. Only take care that the red wire is in the middle and left and right is ground black wire. So I place the LiPo connector 180°* turned and it works. But you need to take care that the red wire is in the middle and left or right from the middle the black one.
The important thing to check is if your charger can limit the output to 3.3v per cell for charging these packs. Many chargers say they will charge Life packs, but actually charge at the normal LiPo voltage of 3.7v per cell. This will over charge a Life pack and damage it. HK sell a Life charger for only $25 *-)
no :( you must removeving the tx cover or you must by the battery with PCM safety chips inside the packs. ( e.g. hyperion ). with PCM safety chips the pack to remain installed in the transmitter, and then be charged with the standard NiCd or NiMH wall-charger which comes with most transmitters.
Sometimes the cover of the transmitter has foam padding or is made in such a way that it does not close properly just check that.
It is a great battery, much easier to handle than the original NIMH battery.
Fits exactly in my MX16s battery compartement. The dimensions are 100mm x 27mm x 33mm.
I just had to change the connector, it dosen't fit for the Graupner MX16s.
Superb upgrade to the standard or large capacity TX packs. Stays fully charge from week to week of no use. One word of warning though, if you choose to charge the battery with it still installed in the TX, keep the mah charge rate down to about 300mah. If you charge up over 1000mah you will damage the TX or blow the fuse in it (if the TX has one). I found this out when I blew the fuse in my JR DSX9 while charging the battery at 1800mah :-(