Zippy Flightmax batteries deliver full capacity & discharge as well as being the best value batteries in the hobby market today! The Zippy Flightmax 2100mAh Receiver pack provides unequalled voltage stability and lighter weight than stock receiver batteries. Ideal for the latest high torque, high speed servos that require more current. Now you can be one step closer to eliminating those old NiMH batteries from your hobby life, with the new Zippy Flightmax receiver pack!
Very compact and light weight battery for a 2100 2s3p.
Will fit in almost any size model,half the weight of other 2100 7.4 Lypos I'm using now.
Will be ordering more for some of my larger gassers and possibly for some of my turbine jets as soon as I do more testing on there performance.
Hope they come out with a 4000ma 7.4 like Horizon hobbies,
Gauge:16AWGNumber of Cells:4 (2 Series, 2 Parrallel)Weight:6 oz (170 g)Length:2.5 in (64mm)Width:1.9 in (49mm)Height:1.0 in (26mm)Maximum Continuous Discharge :12C
Been very satisfied with everything I've gotten so far.
Will let you know how the 21002s3p batteries work out.
Hey guys. Im considering using a second RX battery in my large scale gas planes and was wondering if any one knows where to get a dual battery switch? I know they make them. Or if anyone knows a better way to do this.i recently lost my all time favorite plane due to a failing RX battery, and with all of the $$$$$$$$$$$$$ that I invest in these models I would like a backup plan if ya know what I mean.thanks in advance.
must be very close in dimensions to a 4x aa pack i think the wires may just make it to tight a fit for my needs but yeah would last a while im using a lipo in my tx has made a huge difference in recharges cheers and thx
yeah im using this in place of my rx pack, i have two of these run in parallel and getting 4200mah in place of a 3000mah nicad pack. charge them up once and can fly for a full day. Plus they are very light weight compared to nicad batts!! I'm usuing them in a 68" EDGE 540, great weight saver for a 3D plane!
Usted puede utilizar esta batería para conectar el receptor, sino que tiene que utilizar un UBEC para drenar el voltaje en 4.8V o 6V! 2S es porque el voltaje de la batería y pasa el receptor que acepta un máximo de 6 V
Hola como estas, mira yo tengo la misma bateria conectada a mi receptor, esta misma la conecte a un regulador de voltage tuenigy de 15 amp, este mismo tiene para bajar el voltaje de 6 volts a 5, yo lo puse a 5 volts y me funciona muy bien, de esta manera cuidas el receptor de y los servos, espero que te sirva de ayuda, un abrazo.
It depends.If your reciver can handle 3s.And if your having HV (high voltage) servos.
I strongly belive that your having normal voltage servos in your truck. So you need to buy a regulator also (UBEC) I suggest thease 2
TURNIGY 3A UBEC w/ Noise Reduction or
HXT UBEC 5/6v output, 5.5~23v Input
Si questa batteria viene utilizzata per alimentare qualsiasi tipo di riceventi: auto, aerei, barche* l'unica cosa devi aquistare un UBEC da connettere in serie alla batteria per poi attaccarti alla TX.Spero di averti aiutato.
Ok please explain what the three plugs are for ..One with three wires is obviously the balance lead are the other two output leads just with different plugs as the turnigy 15a ubec i recieved at the same time has a red jst input plug. I'm guessing the black one is for direct rx connection the white with two wires has me stumped
Can anyone explain how these batteries truely balance? Because technicaly they are a 6s wired to be 2s, so 2x3s how do the 2 lots of 3s become balanced when charged?? I'm normaly not too bad with electrial jargin, but this one baffles me?
2s2p means 2 serial + 2 parallel cells, so you get a 7,4v pack 2100mAh. The real thing is that the cells in single configuration are 1050mAh, but connected in parallel dobles the capacity. check here *******scriptasylum****/rc_speed/_lipo.html
Thanks for the reply Alvaro :) I understand that bit but, the bit that confuses me is how do the parallel cells balance when they all use the same balance wires? Is it because of being wired parallel that the cells automatically balance each other? Meaning if I get two seperate cells, one having 3.7v and the other having 4.17v and wire them parallel and leave them for an hour or so will they balance each other????
Exactly, when they are in parallel connected, they should balance at the same time. It's the same when you connect 2 3slipo packs into a 6s charger in series, the cells should balance equally. Watching the pictture above I guess this pack can be charged both 2s or 3s depending wich connector you use. Anyway, I've never seen this configuration with both connectors,in fact, I would never build it.
use frs 5A failover switch to regulate to 6v. This is recommended for 2.4 Ghz systems to prevent low voltage brownout under high servo load. You need to check spec of servos to see if they can handle 6v
This item is meant as a RX battery. For a TX I would think it has too low voltage (2S is 7.4V), but if the MPX can handle it, why not try. My JR radio sounds the alarm if battery is going below 9.6V, and it stops transmitting when reaching around 9V... I'm using 3S lipo's in my transmitters, though:)
Yes, Multiplex radios only come with a 6 cell NiMH battery, so a 2s1p or a 2s3p will work voltage wise. Physical size wise, I don't know. Something the size of this 2s3p pack would not fit in my Multiplex Royal Evo I know.
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Recived 6 ea. average weight 96gms. 1 will not ballance, 4.02 is the best I can get on one cell. I got them for there size to fit in training ELT's that we are modifing to go rechargeable. 2100 mah will last for a 24Hr EX. RX plug was not used. 6C is no item as the TX only use 70ma.
They arrived completely out of balance, but turned out good after a balance charge. Overall, I would buy this again. Weight: 3.5oz Dim: 6cm x 3.5cm x 2.5cm
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I ordered three receiver packs and all arrived in good condition ,checked cells and voltage and all were perfect .The weight was actually 94 grams each which is lighter than I expected but a plus in any case.Voltage is 7.7 volts which will work out fine for the spectrum receivers which work with voltages from 3.5v up to 9.6v.Thanks HC.They come with three leads ,one for balancing,the second for the receiver slot and the third I am not sure I think it is for charging? Is there anyone out there that would know thanks.
I used it to feed my small brushed trainer plane, motor included. Capacity: 2100mAh * 6C = 12,6 A Max Current. Brushed Max Current = 9.5 A Installed also Turnigy 30A BRUSHED ESC Cubic shape fits perfectly ! Bye bye NiMH...
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i've used this lipos to power up my 50cc PA edge. 5 hs-7955TG with 1 JR DS-8911 servos. this lipos fantastic!!!after fully charged, i used for 5 flight time and my UBEC still GREEN in color indicates the lipos still FULL!!! will buy again for my 100cc plane!!