Turnigy Bolt series high voltage lithium polymer batteries are here, ready to bring out the next level of power to your high performance model. Turnigy Bolt batteries are built to the absolute highest of standards to provide competition level performance. With features such as gold plated balance leads, silver plated discharge wires and a reformulated matrix to allow you to safely charge them up to 4.35 volts per cell! These batteries are simply unmatched by any other in performance and build quality!
In addition to the higher nominal and max voltage, they are engineered to take high C rate discharge up to 65C continuous. Basically what this means is that these batteries will provide more power in your machine especially during high current draw maneuvers, and they will provide a longer cycle life due to the lower operating temperatures of the pack.
Top notch performance and build quality make these packs ideal for high-demand flying such as 3D helicopters, EDFs, F3A and any other high current draw applications. Each pack is built with heavy duty flexible silicone wire leads and a pre-installed connector ready to handle all you can throw at it. The great thing about the Turnigy Bolt batteries is that you can charge them with any standard lipo charger for basic use, they will simply perform like a standard pack. When using the proper charger such as our Turnigy Neutron chargers, which is designed with special protocol for these LiHV batteries, you can unlock the full potential of the Turnigy Bolt batteries.
More than just a fancy name. TURNIGY Bolt series lithium polymer batteries are built with a LiCo nano-technology substrate complex and an all new CNT (carbon nano tube) additive 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.
LiHV stands for “High Voltage Lithium Polymer”. These batteries have been around for years and can be safely charged to 4.35V, higher than the typical voltage of Lipos.
The advantages of LiHV batteries are the higher power and longer running times. LiHV batteries can be charged to 4.35V per cell, higher than normal LiPo batteries which sit at 4.20V. For example, a 4S LiHV pack charged at 4.35V would give you 17.4V. Whereas a Lipo battery on the same charge would only get 16.8V. LiHV batteries also have a lower internal resistance and are less prone to "puffing".
For those that love graphs, it means a straighter, longer curve. For pilots it spells stronger throttle punches and unreal straight-up performance.
Unfortunately with other big brands; numbers, ratings and graphs can be fudged. Rest assured, Turnigy Bolt series LiHV packs are the real deal, delivering unparalleled performance!
• Higher charge voltage than standard lipos
• Super high 65C discharge rate
• Perfect for high performance models
• Higher capacity than comparable size packs
• Heavy duty silicone wire discharge leads
Voltage: 4S / 4 Cell / 15.2V
Discharge: 65C Constant / 130C Burst
Balance Plug: JST-XH
Discharge Plug: XT60
Unit Weight (g)
Max Charge Rate(C):
Great batteries for race quads (while they last, these puff long before standard lipos). Charge to just 4.2 per cell to get a bit more life out of them.i took 2 , very good punch BUT one puffed after 4 charges always balance on 1c with imax original and discharge was 3.6v per cell!!good pack use it on quad with 2207 sunnysky motors and 20a littlebee escsThese 1000MaH Bolt 4S batteries have been the perfect match for my 3" HellBender 122mm quad with 1407-3800kv motors. These allow for 3 to 3.5mins of flight and remain solid the entire flight. I plan on purchasing more.Bought 4 of those about 2 months ago and been flying them in my 180 racing quad about 3 times a week, so that's about only 30ish cycles on each battery, and they are now all puffed! I always land at around 14.8v and balance charge them to 4.35v per cell as spec'ed, max amp draw in air is about 60A and avg draw is around 25A, which works out to be 60C bursts and 25C constant, nowhere near the 65C constant and 130C burst rating. So stay away if you're looking for a light weight battery that gives good power and is durable. Heck, even my cheap nanotech 1300mah 25-50C batteries have outlasted these ones.really loving these lipos they give u lots of power all the way throw the flight and being able to charge the lipo upto 4.35v per cell u can really notice the extra voltage I will be buying more soonRunning 2 of these lipos in parallel to get 2000mah on a foam delta wing that pulls over 85amp with a heli motor and 8x6 prop...I thought the rare bear funfighters were fast but this delta wing eats them for breakfast. ..after the flight these batteries are just warm with no puffing...incredible