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!
Spec. Capacity: 1000mAh Voltage: 2S1P / 2 Cell / 7.4V Discharge: 25C Constant / 50C Burst Weight: 60g (including wire, plug & case) Dimensions: 71x35x12mm Balance Plug: JST-XH Discharge Plug:XT60 (Battery is too powerful for a smaller plug, must use XT60)
* 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.
todo depende de tu motor y tu control electró*nico de vel. yo lo utilizo con un motor de 100 watts y un esc de 20 amp, y la baterí*a me dura entre 12 y 15 minutos. sin tener el motor acelerado todo el tiempo. espero te sirva.
So what is the maximum charging rate for these batteries? The 2650 4 cell ones i ordered say right on the battery 8c,but these don't say anything. If there isn't a table for this,it would be very helpful
Well, 1C = 1 x batt. capacity. With a capacity of 1A you could charge at 8C, so 8A.
With a such charge rate, your battery doesn't live a long time. The best is to charge at 1C or below.
Longer is better...
Hi, "jst-xh" is the type of balance plug, whereas "xt60" is the type of connector (unlike shown in the picture). Though I do not know it actually, I am pretty sure that Walkera does not have xt60 connectors (they are yellow-coloured nylon with two round gold pins). If you are good at soldering, it may not be a problem for you.
This battery is rated at 5c charge rate so the maximum you can charge at is 5 amps. 1000 mAh X 5c=5000mAh =5.0amps. If this 2200mAh 1c you would charge at a maximum of 2.2amps but it is always recommended to charge less but do not trickle charge as you can cause more damage.
Is it really 53g (or 56 as told in the reviews), or is it heavier?
I'm looking for max capacity at around 150 - 160g within certain physical limits. Three of these in parallel will have 3000mAh at 159g whereas two of Turnigy nano-tech 1300mah 2S will have only 2600mAh and will even be heavier (2x86=172g).
Very strange* package and plugs also count.
Could anyone explain this? Thanks, Martin
Thanks Awni, that clarifies it a bit. But still 3 of these are slightly lighter than 2 1300mAh's while their total capacity is higher and even when counting all wires & plugs. Strange, I just don't get it. Could it perhaps be that these batteries not do 1000mAh, but less?
Thanks Pushrod. Imbalance is not an issue because after soldering them in parallel (all connections, so also the middle wires) there's no imbalance. The batteries you mentioned are too long for my purposes, despite correct capacity and weight.
I connected this battery to my RC car (generic that is similar to the mini-quake) and it just goes crazy when connected. eg. bursts of acceleration, servos turning randomly. What could have caused this? Is it a bad battery connection? I also have not charged the batteries but connected a low voltage alarm to it and it seems fine.
THanks for the tips guys. I've seemed to have fixed it. I fully charged batteries and connected properly. I reckon it was my transmitter. Batteries on it were very weak. I put in some new batteries and it was fine after that :)
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Yes, I use in my UFLYS and standard UFLY. 5X C charge rate. Came with XT60 connector. UFLY has JST female on Heli. Buy JST male and convert to JST easily if you know about soldering. Be carefull to not short battery connector during soldering. Do one at a time. Excellent battery for UFLY!!! Light and powerful.
C rate shows how much current a battery can instantly give when multiplied with the capacity. For example: this battery has a constant rate of 25 C and a capacity of 1.000 mAh (this is 1 A). So it can safely give 25 x 1 = 25A constant. If your motor need more current than that you will have to use a battery with a higher C rate.
C stands for Capacity. measured in milliamps. So 25C disharge is the capacity multiplied by the discharge rate ! 1000 milliamp at 25C discharge is 25 amps. 1000 milliamp is equal to one amp.use same formula to find safe charge rate and NEVER exceed that. 2C charge rate equals 2 amps.
Exactely ! For this battery, you can discharge it at 25C (25A) during whole discharge or you can have peak of current up to 50C (50A for these ones) during a short time. This exact time may vary with the battery ...
C is the rate of constant discharge the battery can safely out put , for example a 1000mA 5C battery can deliver 5 Amps to a motor, a 1000mA 20C can deliver 20 Amps to a motor , and so on .
In short you need this figure to work out if the battery can supply a given power draw . If your power system draws say 22 Amps , then a 20C 1000mA battery will be stressed and not able to deliver full power , but a 1500mA 20C battery will be able to (20X1.5=30Amps )
the "C" means capacity. If you have a 1000mah battery that is rated 20C it should output 20A 15C 15A and so on. If the battery has 25-50C it means that it will supply 25C constantly and up to 50C in a burst (usually no more than 30 seconds at a time)
The C rating is telling you how fast the battery can be charged or discharged (discharged is the one you seem to be referring to) basically it is a way of determining the maximum discharge rate for the pack. To determine the maximum discharge for the pack multiply the battery capacity (in Amps - 1000mAh = 1Ah) by the c rating so for a 800mAh pack a 20C battery could be discharged at 16 amps constantly and a 25C could be discharged at 20 amps. Just remember to get the most power out you want to h
In general, using LiPo can be dangerous if you do not follow instructions. LiPo technology is so new that an exact manual doesn't exist. Only a common sense guide line applies! Obviously you have access to internet, so use it and educate yourself! "Google is your friend"
Hi Halford, I use these in my CB180Q, D and CB180Z. Fits perfect. I also use in my UFLYS and standard UFLY. 5X C charge rate. Came with XT60 connector. UFLY has JST female on Heli. Buy JST male and convert to JST easily if you know about soldering. Be carefull to not short battery connector during soldering. Do one at a time. Excellent battery !!! Lite and powerful.
Yes with the XT60 that is on them because the connector handles the 3C and 5C. If you switch them to JST you should not go to 5C. You will notice the JST plug getting hot. I use these in my Walkera Heli CB180s and UFLYS which have JST connectors and charge up to 2.5 Amp safely LIPO charger. Great Battery!! Powerful and Lite...
Good battery. I charge it at 4C. Charges in 15 mins... I am ready to go again. Great performance battery for my indoor YAK.
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brought initially to power ASW28 EPO glider from HK.this tiny battery is simply don't enough,wires are too thin for this application plus the fact you can't pass all the power required with such thin wires and such a plug(BTW it's not a XT60 as described,but a small red JST,as per picture ).!!! really astonished about this. cheers.xav
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Arrived with thick wires and XT60 Plug. Good battery.
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Very well battery, I'm pleasured. First test on the motor glider wingspan 1.5m, prop 9*6( home made), was perfect, like acrobat take off vertically.
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Spannung bis zum schluss.Lade meine mit 5C, bis jetzt keine Probleme (ca. 10Zyklen)