MultiStar batteries are purpose built for multirotor applications, each tailored for the best size/power/weight needed for their intended use. MultiStar delivers again for the mini market with a pack for high power 250 FPV racer quads!
These little FPV machines crave for a bit better run time and high C demands that the high kV motors can pull. 1500mAh is too big and heavy and 1300mah leaves some flights a little short winded. The new Multistar 1400 Race Spec 3s battery is the winning ticket. With 1400mah of capacity and 40-80C discharge ability, your mini racer will feel like it’s on race fuel! The best feature is the size and weight all this power in a frame friendly form factor, even smaller than some 1300mAh packs! The Race Spec also comes with the new XT30 connector capable of delivering 30A constant and bursting past when needed.
The New Race Spec 1400mAh high C Battery by Multistar, get your goggles on and 3…2…1… Set… GO!
Configuration: 3S1P / 11.1V / 3Cell
Constant Discharge: 40C
Peak Discharge (10sec): 80C
Pack Weight: 115g
Pack Size: 86 x 34 x 20mm
Charge Plug: JST-XH
Discharge Plug: XT30
Unit Weight (g)
Max Charge Rate(C):
Working perfect for my 250 quad i will order more soon!!!About 6-8 min of flight time. Decent batteries.perfect for my 210 quad running 2206's and 4.5 bullnose props! turned it into a hotrod!The common grip so far has been the battery connector included on this battery. Easy fix, convert to Deans, which is at least what I've done. Onto the real stuff that matters. Using the fleet of over thirty of these I now have accumulated, over hundreds of cycles, I can happily compare them to the others in my bag, Nanos, Graphenes, Tattus, etc., these represent the best value by far. Weight compares to that of a high-end 1300, and performance at my level, which is fairly advanced, rivals everything else I fly, both in draw and capacity. Punching out at lower volts can sag these a bit lower than the Tattus, but keep 'em in the safe zone and they'll never let you down. After a year of using them, there are a few that are puffing, but only after literally hundreds of cycles and always being at full charge and in hot Florida conditions (I know, I know, but I fly almost everyday).These specs are a joke! I bought 2 of these, one battery got burning hot and puffed after a few flights because one of the cells died, the other battery is still ok but gets much too hot for the promissed specs. My quad takes 47A maxed out which shouldn't be a problem. In my opinion 30C is max they are able to handle safely.these lipos are greatcant go wrong with multistars...I've ordered this battery instead of my favo Zippy's, but I'm not that satisfied with it.
Yes, lot of punch and pretty OK flying time on my QAV210.
But it drops very fast in voltage when it's under 3.7V per cell, making it almost unable to land after my LiPo-alarm is flashing and beeping (no problems with the Zippy's at all).
So no, won't order it again, will stick with the Zippy's...perfect size battery for 200mm quad racer, I have not melted the XT30nconnector yetgreat small size but power full and make sure its xt30 not xt60