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Turnigy nano-tech 950mah 1S 25~50C Lipo Pack (Walkera V120, X100)

Turnigy nano-tech 950mah 1S 25~50C Lipo Pack (Walkera V120, X100)

Finally, a nano-tech has arrived for your Walkera V120 and X100 helicopters. Boost the performance of your machine with this 1S 950mAh 25-50C high power Lipo.

The Turnigy nano-tech round single series cells are the perfect solution for many applications where space and weight are at a premium. These round Lipoly cells can be soldered together to make custom packs to suit your needs.

More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY nano-tech Lipoly batteries were designed from the ground up with serious peformance in mind. Utilising an advanced LiCo nano-technology substrate that allows electrons to pass more freely from anode to cathode with less internal impedance. In short; less voltage sag and a higher discharge rates than a similar density lithium polymer (non nano-tech) batteries.

For those that love graphs, it means higher voltage under load, straighter discharge curves and excellent performance. For pilots it spells stronger throttle punches and unreal straight-up performance. Excellent news for 3D pilots! 

Unfortunately with other big brands; numbers, ratings and graphs can be fudged. Rest assured, TURNIGY nano-techs are the real deal, delivering unparalleled performance!

Capacity: 950mAh
Voltage: 1S / 3.7V
Discharge: 25C Constant/ 50C Burst 
Weight: 6g (including wire, plug & case)
Dimensions: 68x7x25mm
Balance Plug: N/A
Discharge Plug: Walkera style / JST

Advantages over traditional Lipoly batteries;
• Power density reaches 7.5 kw/kg.
• Less Voltage sag during high rate discharge, giving more power under load.
• Internal impedance can reach as low as 1.2mO compared to that of 3mO of a standard Lipoly.
• Greater thermal control, pack usually doesn’t exceed 60degC
• Swelling during heavy load doesn’t exceed 5%, compared to 15% of a normal Lipoly.
• Higher capacity during heavy discharge. More than 90% at 100% C rate.
• Fast charge capable, up to 15C on some batteries.
• Longer Cycle Life, almost double that of standard lipoly technology.

The nano-core technology in lithium ion batteries is the application of nanometer conductive additives. The nanometer conductive additives form ultra-strong electron-conducting networks in the electrodes which can increase electronic conductivity.

These additives create the ability for imbibition in the carrier liquid to supply more ion channels. This improves the ability of ion transmission and ion diffusion. Through improving electronic conductivity and ion transmission, the impedance is reduced and the polarization of high rate discharge decreases greatly.

PRODUCT ID: 9210000004

Capacity(mAh) 950
Config (s) 1
Discharge (c) 25
Weight (g) 25
Max Charge Rate (C) 5
Length-A(mm) 68
Height-B(mm) 7
Width-C(mm) 25
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erik van nes  10 points - 6/27/2015
When will these lipo's actually arrive in the European warehouse. They have been in transit for a long periode now. Erik
Greg  2 points - 2/24/2015
Purchased a pair of these one month ago for my Dromida Ominus. Have about 10 charges on each battery. Originally, they worked GREAT. I averaged between 15-18 minutes of flight time. After the last charge, I noticed that within a couple of minutes, the low battery light on the quad started flashing. Checked the time with my Devo 7 and one battery got 2:30 of runtime after a discharge cycle and a 1C charge with my Thunder AC6. The second battery went into low battery warning as soon as the quad bound to the radio. About 1:30 of total time. Tested the quad with one of the stock batteries (700mah) and got just shy of 10 minutes. So, I know it's the batteries and not the quad. No puffing on the batteries, always charged at 1C and never been in a bad crash. I'm now hesitant in buying more of these batteries for fear that I'll only get just over a month of use. And the "warranty" that these batteries have is only 30-days, so I can't even get any replacements (bought mine 1/5/15).
 BWX232 17 points
Don't run them to LVC so much, that will kill them.
 Greg 2 points
LVC on the Ominus is 3.2V, which is WELL above the tolerance threshold of a standard Lipo battery for safe discharge. This isn't my first rodeo with lipos and there was nothing I "did" to compromise the usable life of these batteries. Thanks for playing, though.
 BWX232 17 points
LOL. Well.. did you ever leave them charged or discharged for any amount of time? That can wreck batts, but it takes time, it won't wreck them in a week. ************- Are you sure the Ominus LVC was working perfectly? If you took batts off and they were 3.2v, then chances are the quad actually has a much lower LVC, like 3.0, and maybe that was out of spec and let them go to 2.90v, which would wreck a batt. I never let mine go down past 3.5v, in fact if I do that I feel like I am damaging the batts as it is too low and causes them stress. If you go to 3.2v LVC (or maybe lower on the actual quad during flight) every flight, yeah that could kill a lipo. Try to stay above 3.5v, or even 3.6v and your lipos will last longer. Sounds like you ran them into the ground. Some batts can take abuse better than others. I have found nanotechs last a long time if treated well.
 BWX232 17 points
 BWX232 17 points HK and their censorship
 Greg 2 points
I'm no "noob" to the world of lipos. Been running them in various vehicles for YEARS. Very well versed in the do's and don'ts of use and care. Blaming the end user for a subpar product is the easy way out. And for the record, if the LVC comes on at 3.2V under load, nominal voltage will be greater than that at rest. In fact, there elk generally be a slight rebound in voltage at rest. No, I didn't "wreck" the batteries due to use below safe voltage. No, I didn't "wreck" the batteries by leaving them at full charge for an extended period of time. And I ALWAYS charge batteries at 1C, regardless of what the battery's label says. And if, after a use cycle, the batteries aren't even warm, the battery has not been stressed. While your practices in use and maintenance of batteries will prolong the life of said battery, having to baby them like that indicates that they aren't nearly add good as they are rated. If I have to ground my craft or pull my race truck into the pits at 3.5V in order to keep from harming the battery I am using, then I need to find another brand of battery. Your practices are the exception, not the norm...believe me.
 BWX232 17 points
And most people wreck their sensitive li-poly batts prematurely. You didn't say what voltage the batts came down from your quad at, I presume this is because you have no idea. Get a voltmeter and check every time.
 BWX232 17 points
BTW I just bought 4 to use on the new Dramida Vista. If they all die after ten uses I will eat my props and then come back here and declare you are right, and I am wrong. I use the 600 25C 1S and 300 45C 1S and 300 2S 35C and 160 1S 25C and 2200 3S 45C and 1500 3S 35C and 1300 3S 45C and 3300 3S 45C, 2200 4S 45C nanotechs and yeah once in a while you get a dud, once in a while. 99% of mine all still work great, some up to 3 years old.
 BWX232 17 points
18 min flights? Hmm.. I think you went to LVC every time, right? And then didn't check voltage each time, right? Check voltages and then set timer according and your batts will last much longer. Just saying..
 Greg 2 points
Some people just have the need to be right. I've long since moved on from this. You aren't Hobbyking so I'm done with this. Too much drama and opinions for a $3.80 battery. I'm done here, thanks.
 BWX232 17 points
So you don't check batt voltages after flights. Roger that, loud and clear.
jetdktr  27 points - 2/14/2015
Hey Justin, Have you used this battery in the Ominus Quad.? How was the fit? Did you have to do any cutting on the Quad. Looking for more batteries for my quad, and was looking at these and the 600mah ones. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks ,Jim
Justin  86 points - 2/2/2015
This is the perfect battery to upgrade the Dromida Ominus and other similar 1s lipo quads.
Viktor  2 points - 5/11/2014
ordered on 27-02-2014, stil not shipped (in order all items are in stock ) ordered 3 orders in total from hobbyking and i recive only 1 with **** RC Robot that dont work after 3-4 days. Bad store, will never order from hobbyking
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At this price I bougth a few. About 1/3rd to 1/4th the price that they charge in the USA. I will post on quality when I get them
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This I used to power some LED's on my crawler didnt even need resistors and mad it easier

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Weight 24.1g, dimensions as stated. But real capacity seems to be around 700mAh and IR is pretty high. C-value according IR is around 20C for that 700mAh capacity.

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It is very powerful, and since it is very cheap, it is pleasing. I am going to purchase by ten back additions.

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