More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY nano-tech lithium polymer batteries are built with an LiCo nano-technology substrate complex greatly improving power transfer making the oxidation/reduction reaction more efficient, this helps electrons pass more freely from anode to cathode with less internal impedance.
In short; less voltage sag and a higher discharge rate than a similar density lithium polymer (non nano-tech) battery. For those that love graphs, it means a straighter, longer curve. 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!
Suited to the following models: ALIGN T-REX450, E-flite Blade 450 3D, BEAM E4, MSH Protos Mini, Furion 450, ThunderTiger E325/Mini Titan SE, Caliber 450V, CALIBER 400, RAVE 450, GAUI 330S
* The nano-core technology in lithium ion batteries is the application of nanometer conductive additives. 1) The nanometer conductive additives form ultrastrong electron-conducting networks in the electrodes which can increase electronic conductivity. 2) These additives create a superstrong 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.
Advantages over traditional Lipo 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 1.2mΩ compared to that of 3mΩ of a standard Lipoly. Greater thermal control, pack usually doesnt exceed 60degC Thickness swelling during heavy load doesnt exceed 5%, compared to 15% of a normal Lipoly during heavy load. 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.
Hello smartguy. Do all of your other batteries discharge to a even reading? Try a storage discharge, if that does not work try a different balance port. You will need to shave off the guide above the red wire and be sure the negative pin is all the wat to the back of the port.
I loaded this battery, to test my Lipro Balance Charger B6AC. That went very well as I expected. But is it necessary to unload my battery, as I can't use it yet, because my radio hasn't arrived yet, or can I leave it fully loaded till I can use it on my Spit?
Hello friend KaySey is not very recommended you let your batteries fully charged for long without use, the better you are with it would be 50% charge on it, it is ideal if you have a charger that has the function Store function, Allows safe storage current, this will give you a useful life for your batteries and safe until your radio reach, and that goes for you to know if it is a long time without flying is good (Store function, Allows safe storage current) always do this .
Kees, Any offered here are good as long as will handle a 3s battery. I use several of the Turnigy Accucel 8150 and love them. You will need a power supply for this charger and most of the others sold here.
This battery is 35-70C. The 'c'(maximum discharge rate)of a battery, does it have some influence on the flying time? I mean, is there a difference about this battery and another with less C, about flying duration? Or is it only a question of maximum rate of watts in a concentrated period of time?
Hi Kalango. No it will not influence your flight times. Amps are amps. A higher C rating allows for the available amperage to be drawn from the battery at a faster rate for higher performance ESC and motor set ups. A higher C rated battery will also not heat up as much when used on ESC and motor set ups that do not require high rate discharge. This can be useful if you fly in very hot climates like I do. The trade off is you will pay a premium for a higher C rated battery.
I'm a rookie. I just bought and assembled the Nine Eagles Sky Climber. I came with a Nine Eagles 11.1 V Li-Po battery. I'd like to have an extra battery. Will this one work and will the charger that came with the glider (NE-CH962) charge this battery? Thanks
yes it will work fine. The wall charger it comes with will do the job but you might want to look at some of the other chargers offered here. you will find many to choose from that are way better and even some that can do more than one battery at a time.
Thanks dudes ,but can i connect then two 2S Baterries with diference C rates and no problem? example a 25c with a 45c batterie? cause is not much difference 25 for 45c i think is just a high C rate if i put a 20c with a 100c sure?
When wiring batteries in parallel or series you must use the same make and type of cells,also best to use batteries that are similiar in age or number of cycles,not good to use a battery that has had a lot of cycles and put it with a new battery,also need to check that the individual cell votages are very similiar.
What charger can i use for this battery? can i use this one, http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__24750__Wa lkera_GA006_USB_Dual_Lipoly_Charger_QR_Ladybird_Geni us_CP_Mini_CP_.html ?
Thanks for your help
no way man, you definitely can not use that charger to charge this batt, u need a charger that got a balancer on it, such as imax b-6, or turnigy balancer at least, but with turnigy balancer (PRODUCT ID: Turnigy-3S) you can charge a 2200mah battery in about 2-3 hours
Take a look at the Turnigy Accucell8. I use three of them and all have been flawless for me. My opinion is that it cannot be beat for value. Plus it will handle all your battery needs as you need them up to 8 cell lipo as well as lead acid (PB), NiCd, NiMH, LiLo, and Life. This charger also has an excellent balancer as well as other usefull setting such as discharge and storage modes. You will need a power supply for in home use and you can connect it to your vehicles 12 volt battery for field use. Which ever one you decide to get be sure it can balance charge and don't rapid charge all the time. Nice 1c balance charges will greatly extend the life of your battery.
betreibe die Akkus in einem Quadrocopter.
Sie werden beim fliegen Handwarm.
Ü*berwache die Spannung mit Lipoblitzer und akustisch ü*ber kk2.0 Board/Spannungsü*berwachung.
Nun zeigen sich bereits nach 10 mal laden folgende Symptome:
Der Lipoblitzer und der Akkuwä*chter des Board schlagen sofort Alarm nach dem starten,als wenn die Spannung unterschritten wird.
Wenn ich sie dann an das Ladegerä*t anschliesse lä*dt dieses nur minimal nach.
Was kann das denn nur sein??Sind die Akkus defekt??
Habe schon an die Aussentemperatur gedacht....aber bei 7 grad,mü*sste doch alles noch funktionieren.
Hat jemand ä*hnliche Erfahrungen gemacht??
It looks like, only. My one lasted 20 flights on a Blade 400. Than died. Actually it hovers for 2min. Always used very carefully, but puffy already after few flights and now gives only 500ma before dropping to 10,2V (3,4V each cell). I still prefer the standard Turnigy.
Can you use these nano-tech li-po's in fast electric boats like the HK Podracer without damaging the li-po or the
2845-3700kV Brushless Outrunner. The Podracer comes with a 40Amp esc, will the esc cope with the 35-70 c discharge. Any help with the answers would be gratefully received.
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You can use these with no problem. Your motor & prop defines the amp draw and im my opinion it's better to overrate battery a bit so it wont get too hot and get damaged. In short, that lipo wont give more amps than your motor will draw. So if it works well with 20c battery it will work with 35-70c too.
Personally i like to fly as much as possible when on field, therefor it is for me preferable to cut recharge time. These batteries can handle up to 8C charging rate. (Over 16 apm) Therefore I would recommend a 3s capable lipo charger with up to 10-15 amp charging cap. If fast charging is preferable. Be aware that fast charging (more than 2C) may reduse battery life.
Is this battery a good choice to use with the AXN Floater Jet?
What charger should i get? I'm planning to get the "HobbyKing Simplex 1~4S LiPo/LiFe 12,110~240v charger" but a few ppl said it's necessary to build some kind of adapters and it sounded complicated.
Thnx for the help
Hello A frienndly advice is to try to use as few diffrent plugs as possible. Is seem that HK will use XT as future standard on their batteries. If planning to stay with HK batteries, change the connector on model, if not change the plug on battery. Nomarly female on battery and male on modell(ESC). Ensure polarity /- when changing plug
I'm using this with an engine that consumes around 30A. I use for about 6 minutes. At the end of the second flight was swollen and she returned to normal when cooled. Should I continue using it or damaged?
Interesting point:- I've been flying these (and the 45-90C) packs on my multirotors. These draw 20A in a hover and a bit more whilst moving around.
My packs are all puffed (even the 45C versions). I've bought three sets of nano-techs in the last 14 months. The 35C's are in an the bin and the first lot of 45C's have just been replaced. I've binned 5 packs in the last year and have 6 puffy packs in my flight box.
I shouldn't be over discharging them because my NAZA flight controller auto lands when the battery voltage drops to 10.5V
They don't last as long as my old flightmax 30c packs. I've gone back to zippy/flightmax packs.
Don't get me wrong, they are still usable but:
(a) I'd be very careful charging them. (always on <1C E.G. 1.5A) (B) I wouldn't use them in a high current application. (c) I wouldn't trust them for anything important. My old ones get used to power on FPV ground station.
You can use them on your starter but make sure they are always out in the open just incase something goes wrong. (I've seen someones car on fire because of a dodgey Li-PO).
I have 4 2200 35-70c nanotechs and have no problem at all with mine. When from new I only discharged them to about 40pcnt remaining for approx 10 cycles and have never taken them below approx 20pcnt remaining drawing a good 40A and they have never puffed up. Dont run them down so much.
i have pack that i still fly that are slightly puffed. Its just gas trapped inside. As long as they charge the same amount and dont discharge them selfs they are still ok in my book. I have had a Turnigy 2200 pack that has been swollen for 6 months and still performs great. Now if a pack looks like a ballon then yea, throw that baby away! LOL
Gizmo: Fair point, but I don't treat my nano-techs any different than I did with my old flightmax packs. May be these packs are over rated for capacity. I.E. treat them as 1800's.
Like others has said: They are puffy but still work. although I'd agree with you. they must be suffering with over discharge or too much current draw. Either way. I'm binning a lot of lithium www.link
Bei mir das gleiche. Neue Lipos und plötzlich beim Laden ein Abbruch und eine Zelle kann ich nicht mehr laden. Zurück schicken lohnt sich natürlich auch nicht, da man kein anderen Anschluss angelötet haben darf!
Si tu a une tension 7,5 Vlts c'est que un de tes éléments est deffectueux car avec ton 3S Chargé Tu atteint Environ 12,8 Volts. Ne le jette pas, Ouvre le et teste un elements à la fois et peu etre que tu pourras en récuperer 2 et faire un 2S ... c'est toujours çà
Hi auto5, 70c is the battery peak, that means that for a minimun time the battery can supply 70c but not continuosly. At 70C continuosly a 2200 mha battery will supply no longer than 2 minutes of power. For it's voltage/cells/price 35c it's more than ok.
depends on whether it warmed more, and can also be up with the electronics that you are using it did decrease its useful life, even the way it should have loaded it meant that diminish their life time is right to charge the battery at 0.7 c 1.0c or even to ensure its lifetime.
Do NOT plug any 3S Lipo (11.1V) directly into a RX unless you are sure the RX can take that voltage. Normally, a RX operates at 4.8V to 6V only (so most RX cannot even use 2S Lipo (7.4V), but 2S LiFe (6.6V) is OK). Only some RX can handle 3V to 9.6V (like $pektrum), but I haven't seen any that can take 11.1V before.
The four wire connector is the balancer connector of the battery not the supply, batteries are allways connected to a Governor (BEC) or ESC with BEC, this ESC or Governor using the two wire connector (XT60), the Governor or ESC has the proper 3 wire connector that power's your receiver.
simple answer is you dont as briange said you have to connect the 2 wire lead to either an esc with a bec or to a bec on its own because the 4 wire lead is for when you balance charge the battery and the 2 wire lead is what supplys all the power to the electronics onboard. and also if you do plug the 4 wire lead straight into the reveiver you will get the magic smoke coming out of your receiver . i would suggest that you shearch on youtube for how to set up the electronics in an rc plane.
Dear James, Who talks about a plane ??, I was allways thinking on Helicopter, and more precisly in a 450 Size Helicopter, of course you can power a lot of things directly with the battery, but for a 450 helicopter you hve to connect the battery as I mentioned in onother post, have a nice day James.
number of cycles depends on your behavior to battery. For example, I have old turnigy 6s 2200 and they have 150cycles, bud I always discharge it to 70pcnt and charge at 1C.
Nano-tech has batter C values (real C, not the C writed on battery) so they are "harder", but I don't know if they have long lifetime. In lipo world is lifetime always a little mystery:)
Nanotechs can take much higher C levels than normal batteries without degenerating. It stands to reason that if you don't use them at high C levels and don't run them flat, and don't charge them at over 1C they should last much longer than an ordinary battery
Yes they do last longer for sure, if not only because the internal resistance which degrades over time is already so low, it should in theory take longer to become slugged out. (Look after your bat, follow all rules and degradation should be incredibly low a factor).
Yesterday I have received a Turnigy nano-tech 2200mah 3S 35~70C Lipo Pack. The length of the Lipo is 105 mm instead of 115 mm :-). The internal impedance is 25mOhm, measure after charge with 3 Ampere @ ambient temperature. Compared to a Zippy 3S-2200-20C (40 mOhm) the reduction is only 37pcnt of the internal impedance!
It have loads of power and weight less than Turnigy 3s 2200 35-40C lipos!! I want more for those price.
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excellent battery for hk 450 tt pro great headspeed and punch 9min flight on 90pcnt flat curve and put 1900mah back charged at 5a as thats my charger flat out no heat build up at all during charge or flight
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para hacer 3D se siente la potencia, muy contento..hay baterias de 5C muy buenas pero costos muy elevados.. nada que envidiar