search HK for 601CC-14-30c which is direct to banana plugs. The balance leads plug direct into the charger. This cable was under Chargers & Accessories > Charge Leads. As the description said xt60, you could just search for xt60, view all, and chances are, you will find what you are looking for.
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Fits perfectly, but is weak (only for learning to fly). Maximum engine power can not be greater than 1400Watt = (60A on 6s) if you use the engine for example: I use Aalign 500MX (1650W = 70A on 6s) with battery 3700mAh 25C = 92.5 A. and after the flight battery is warm (40 * C)
I plan to get a set up where the maximum draw will be 73 amps and was wondering if this is a suitable battery. 20 C times 3Ah gives 60 amps and I know there should be some marginal which should be covered by the burst value of 30 C for this pack. Any opinions?
Best use a higher rating so the battery don't get heat up easily. Unless you are sure that your maximum current draw is only a few seconds, you will be much better with a higher c rating cell as the burst is not for continuous current drawing at that level
don wori...i use on heli with 80A ESC...idle throtthe 85pcnt...lipo can withstand.if u ever over drain it it will puff but it will shrink bac to normal once the tempreature is normal.u get value for money but sacrifice power.flight time the same wit higher C lipo.73A max draw is nothing to this lipo's capability...
Hi friend for you to choose a lipo should always calculate a 30 extra.
For example if you need 60amp discharge should buy a 30C 3000mAh lipo.
IF you choose bearing in mind that their batteries last much longer because you is not stretched to the limit.
No. It can cope 60A max. (3Ah *20C) but this is really the max. rating and for safety you should add at last 20 of the desired current. So you need a Pack that can handle 70A 14A buffer => 84A. So it's either 4,2Ah at 20C or (better) 3Ah at ~30C.
But i would even suggest to use a 40C Pack.
If you multiply 3Ah times 20 (which is that maximmum output current rating), you will achieve 60A. I would not reccomend this current rating for this application. You should at least have a 30C for this.
it is possible, but not likely. 3000 mAh pack is a 3 amp pack. 20C means the number of amps it can safely putout, I.E. 3 amp X 20 = 60 amps.
But due to variations in climate and locations, this pack may put out less under certain conditions, such as in very low temperatures.
short answer: No, it will damage.
try this one www.link its good for at least 100 amps and can even supply up to 150 for short times. in stock in USA wareho
The formula for calculating pack capacity is C rating x mAh capacity /1000 some wiggle room. This pack is a 20C x 3000 mAh = 60 Amps capable. However if you want you packs to last a good long time, you would want some extra wiggle room. A lot of people like to use the 80 rule, where they only use 80 of the pack's capacity and capability. This pack would be running at or above its capability. You would want to either get a slightly higher C rated pack (30C) or a slightly bigger pack (400
You are pushing it and that is never a good idea.
To balance the plane you need 4000-5000 mah lipo anyway and in 20C that will fly it ok. Better to carry extra mah then lead in the nose. With just a 3000 your flight times will be limited to take off 2 circles and landing :) (well, close to that)
I fly that plane on 4000 and get around 4 minutes. Still had to add some weight to the front.
20C constant multiplied by 3000mah equals a safe constant discharge rate of 60 amps. The pack has a burst discharge rate of 30C, which is 90 amps, but that is only for a short period of time. To be safe, I would go with a pack that has the same mAh rating and a higher constant discharge rate.
Yes however your consumption is calculated and if a bearing is bad or some other unknown you could easily double that and the pack would still perform but for much less time. May I suggest turning the esc cutoff voltage to 3.2 and utilize a wattmeter to get actual consumption. Very little chance of hurting anything under those conditions.
Hello, i use the same lipo on a mirage 2000 with a quanum brushless. with 58-60 amps it's ok, but i take care to not fly 100 more than 30-45 seconds. i had tested a 2650mAh, but i got power cut's during the fly, probably because the esc detected some low voltage. It vould be better that you chose >3500 mAh 20c or 3000 30,40c.
they will work with alot of throttle management no wide open throttle for more than 15sec. the discharge rate of that batt is 20c that means 20x capacity, capacity is 3000mah or 3.0ah so 20x3=60amps continuous a better batt would be a 3000mah 30c pack that would be 30x3=90amps continuous, more c rating = longer batt life and better sustained voltage which is the key
To my surprise the dimensions/size of this battery pack has changed. I already had three of those and they fit my T-Rex 500. But now I have received a new one I noticed that is way shorter and thicker that before. So be aware of that. Have not flown the new dimension, because it does not fit right.
Got my packs. They are great but the connectors were on backwards! On all 4 that I ordered. These bullet connectors work GREAT, but only if installed properly. They had the bullet (male) connector ends in the small hole, and the female connectors in the large hole. This is BACKWARDS!!! Should be the other way around otherwise it is very difficult to use these plugs.
these are the best batteries way outlast thunder power and cheap I highly recommend them to anyone. They stay much cooler and flight time on my Trex 500 id a full 2 minutes longer than Thunder Power brand. Very happy will be ordering more.
This processing takes them sometimes quite a long time... But if you have in your ivoice written at this item "reserved" you don't have to worry. Even if their amount went below zero, yours would be reserved and going to be sent as sooon as they put it into the package. Number is decreasing just by "reserving" of them, not by shipping out*-)
BE VERY CAREFULL, THESE DO NOT FIT IN T-REX 500!! These lipo's have changed dimentions. I have orderd these before with totaly diffrent dimensions. They used to be 136X38x45 The dimensions now are 134x48x46 The bad part is when i click on the old itmes i have purchased i get to this page sujesting these are the same lipo's THEY ARE NOT!!!
This was my first purchase with Hobby King. The shipment to the US was wicked fast!!! Big thank you!! I used these lipo's in my T-Rex 500. 7 minute flights left me with 25pcnt residual left over. The batteries came down just a notch above the cool side, not hot at all. I am running 100pcnt throttle on a flat curve. Mild sport flying with hovering. I will get some more of these, they are AWESOME!!!! The batteries arrived well packaged an
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I am getting 7 min of 90pcnt idle up. This batt. works PERFECT for the 500. Plenty of power for 3D and if your a NUB then this Battery should get about 10 min or more of simple hovering.. Remember you need a charger that has more than 50W of output other wise your charging a 2.2amps even if your charger says 5amps. I went with the 106Bplus It has 250 watss. so I can charge at 2C if I am in a pinch... BUT NOT RECOMENDED!