Want to dramatically increase your multi-rotor flight times without the penalty of added weight? We have just the solution!
The all new Multistar high capacity batteries are the result of extensive testing and development with one goal in mind...increasing flight times for your multi-rotor aircraft without the penalty of added weight.
We have achieved our goal by drastically increasing the battery capacity (mAh) while lowering the discharge rate. This results in a battery which is still capable of providing sufficient current (Amps) while offering much higher capacity when compared to a standard 20C+ LiPoly battery of the same weight.
What this all means is that Multistar batteries are able to provide flight times much longer than standard LiPoly battery packs without adding any weight to your multi-rotor model, making them absolutely ideal for use with aerial video and multi-rotor aircraft.
We have a full range of Multistar High Capacity Multi-Rotor battery packs in the works and will be adding new sizes/configurations as they become available. Be sure to checkout the product video for more in-depth info about these all new high capacity multi-rotor battery packs.
• Ultra high capacity LiPoly batteries designed specifically for multi-rotor use
• Similar size/weight as batteries of much lower capacity, making these a direct drop-in upgrade for most multi-rotor aircraft
• Provides increased flight times of up to 20% or more when compared to standard LiPoly batteries of the same weight
• Ideal for use with aerial video and multi-rotor aircract
Minimum Capacity: 5200mAh
Configuration: 3S2P / 11.1V / 3Cell
Constant Discharge: 10C
Peak Discharge (10sec): 20C
Pack Weight: 325g
Pack Size: 106 x 44 x 34mm
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buena calidd y buen precioHOBBYKING DOES IT AGAIN GREAT PRICE QUALITY and shipping time. Bought 2 of these so far plan on buying another 4 for more flight time out in the field.
thankyouawesome service by hobbyking purchased this one because the longer version was out . but surprised, I think this one will be better.
thanks hobbykingafter some minor alterations to my quanum nova this battery fits perfectly and gives me a solid 18 min run time and only slightly warm so far no puffing with 20 flights on each for the price a no brainer . Have already purchased some moreBattery is good, but the one I got had a faulty cell, so it's having troubles fully charging and so on. It's okay for now to run the FPV through it, but not sure how long it last. The faulty cell barely charges.Fits the Walkera QR X350 Pro case like it's meant to be. Performance is even better than the original Walkera batteries! Highly recommended!I have several of these packs and have been getting excellent flight times with them in both my 500 quads and 550 hex. Getting 12-15 minutes on my quads with full go pro and gimbal setup and 600MW TX. getting 10 minutes on my 550 hex with full video setup and telemetry as well. I do get a low voltage beep on my 550 Hex when I do a hard climb at times but that is to be expected with just a 10C rating. Perfect for casual flying and video platforms where you aren't tearing up the sky.Not real 5200, from 3.3v at 4.2v have maxium 4600mAh of capacity. Total time with CX20 multicopter fpv equipment and telemetry has 15 minutesSo I bought 2 packs and now i'm doing a break-in of these by a 1C charge/discharge for 5-6 times. It seems they have plenty of juice, but they go down very fast as you reach 3.5V/cell so I'll put the warning at 3.6V. According to my HK charger they provided at least 4200 mah before reaching 3.5V. Good balanced packs (again above 3.5V) i'm curios to see them in flight.Was worried initially about the low C rating as 52 amps did not seem like a not especially considering that C rating can vary, my other two batteries are both 20C at 3000 mah which is 60 amps so I took the leap and got this battery. My setup is as follows with most parts purchased from Banggood and here on HK. Frame: SK450 stock frame, 20 amp ESC, Multistar 980kv motors with max amps draw at 15 AMPS with 10 x 4.5 propeller. After some researching on my motor the sunnysky 980kv are very similar and draw at around 12AMPS another reason to get the battery since max throttle would work out around 48 amps give or take a few amps, now my AUW is 1150 Grams. SO I guess the big question is the battery life I get, now please take into account how I fly which is that I fly very aggressively with a need for speed lol so of course your mileage may vary. I fly high and fast and I get a solid 15 minutes to 16 minutes however im very conservative with my batteries and when I go to charge it with the IMAX B6 it still picks up three cells and voltages at 3.75v usually most of the time its 3.8v so another minute maybe of flying would be possible. Hope this has helped feel free to ask questions, as for durability I balance charge most of time at 5.5amps and if im not flying on the day I keep the batteries at 3.8v - 4.0v a cell which is just how I do things. The batteries have been charged and dis