Yes. But we must be careful when soldering. Since soft contacts, I advise you to accurately capture the first battery contact at the base of the pliers, put him on the solder, and then carefully solder a wire to it. This is necessary in order to prevent heating of the battery itself.
Could somebody measure the real dimensional parameters with a digital caliper between the hard edges, and the thickness(most important because I would like to use this in a PS3 controller).
Thank you very much.
Hi Folks ! Maybe someone can help with putting packs together...I want to make up some three cell packs and need to figure out what the milliamps will be when I'm done... Does it stay with the original cell or does it double or triple according to the cells you add on ??? I want some packs to add up voltage to say 11.6. Does the milliamps stay the same as the original cell ?? Thanks in advance !
If you put in series the lowest current will be the maximum current, if you put in parallel, the sum of the current will be the maximum current. I suggest you to buy an 3S 850mAh assenbled pack instead of building one. But if you realy want, first you need to have exactaly the same voltage in the batteries, also the same mAh, then you will put they in series and you will have a 3S 850mAh 20C.
if you connect batts in series you increase the voltage and the capacity will stay the same. ( two 11.1, 2200 mAh packs in series would yield 22.2 v, 2200 mAh)
If you connect batts in parallel you keep same voltage and increase the capacity. (two 7.4v, 2200 mAh in parallel would yield 7.4v, 4400 mAh)
voltage adds but the amps remain the same when in series. In parallel, the voltage remains and the amp add up...
It's best not to connect to the ESC cause if you do, how are you going to charge this battery? It's best for you to "create" your own battery for example adding a few of this 850mah to create hight mah battery for your own use.
The battery should have two pieces of foil sticking out. One is plus one is minus. If it aynt written which is which then test it with a diod or LED etc.
You can solder a piece of wire with connectors onto these foils and woila - connection
I want to make battery pack for my turnigy 9x radio... how i can do that ... if use 2 cells. 7.4v will availible and that is enough for tx. anyone have link to show how to harness 2 cells in parallel. thanks for help.
A single cell is not 7.4V but 3.7V so you will need them in series to "add" the voltage to get 7.4V. If you want 7.4V and 1700mAh 20C then you require 4 cells as 2 pair of 2 cells in in series. For info there is a good video that posp up on the HC Home page or google FlightTest on youtube and look for the series parallel video.
Its generally not a good idea to put lipo's in parallel or series, as they can become unbalanced, leading to bad things (fire) Best idea is just to by a battery for the Job, get something pre assembled as that way the cells shouldn't get unbalanced as the manufacturing process closely matchs the cells (internal resistance and so on)
True Simon but I guess I should have mentioned putting in a balance connector to "help" with the mentioned problem but then how is this any different to using multiple packs in series or parallel other than at charge time. Some of the packs I have bought have cells that balance far differently on each charge.
it's possible to build a pack : assembly in serie your batteries and assembly balancing wires . For a 2S pack : assembly the first wire on the off the first batterie , the second on the - off first batterie and the off the second and the third off the - off the second batterie . But it's better to take a real pack .
LiPo batteries are 3.7v per cell. Since this is a single cell battery, its voltage is 3.7v.
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Excellent batteries, light and small size. Ideal for smaller models or park flyer
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well lipo cell! an ideal battery for my hlg with the optional booster!
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These are excellent batteries!I was unsure at first,so I only got 2.I assembled them into a 2cell pack for my gaui 200.WOW!!these batteries are alot better than the stock gaui 2cell.If you have a gaui and need more power,these batteries are the way to go!
Thanks,awesome product,I'll be buying more very soon.