Turnigy Ni-ZN (Nickel-Zinc) batteries offer high voltage and excellent cycle life when compared with Ni-CD/Ni-MH batteries.
The nominal voltage of these Turnigy Ni-ZN cells is 1.6V compared to that of only 1.2V with Ni-CD/Ni-MH. This means more power for your device and longer usable capacity. Our Ni-ZN cells provide on average 50% more usable capacity per cycle compared to a standard Ni-CD/Ni-MH cell of the same rated capacity.
Category: Rechargeable AA battery
Chemistry: Ni-ZN High Voltage
*Note: When charging these Ni-ZN cells, set your charger to Ni-CD/Ni-MH mode using CV (constant voltage) charge function. Set the cutoff voltage to 1.9V per cell.
We guarantee our cells are true to their capacity!
Sadly battery marketing is an evil game, with overstated capacity being the industry norm. Generally speaking, battery factories will suggest vendors to overstate the capacity by at least 30%, marking 1800mAh cells with 2300mAh labels or more!
While this might work for toy stores, such marketing tactics wouldnt survive 1 week in our store with customer feedbacks and reviews, and thats why we guarantee our TURNIGY 1500mAh Ni-ZN cells to be at least 1500mAh!
1.6v contre 1.2v en Europe. super ca envoie la sauce.These batteries work great in my Flysky i6 transmitter (same as Turnigyi6). They don't start at 70-80pcnt on my battery charge indicator the way nimh batteries do. I charge them with a 4 AA transmitter pack holder on 2 cell liFePo4 program, which cuts at 7.2V for 1.8volts per cell. Last about as long as duracells.Easy charge in packs of 2. Set charger for Li-Po Store. That would set voltage to exact 3.8 volts (2 x 1.9v) and set a limit for capacity and charging amps.
Good for many devices requiring high voltage but they don't last much on shelves.
Don't connect to devices immediate after charging as voltage might be to high, especially if using more batteries (ex: 4 x 1.9v = 7.6v instead of 6v from normal alkaline)I use this on older rc toy cars like nikko,Taiyo & Tamiya QD cars.
Works very well and gives a lot more punch.
The easiest way to charge is to buy the wall charger for them as it cost almost nothing.
Do not use standard AA chargers as i tested that with a GP Powerbank and i damaged one cell.I use it in my two spektrum TX with bests results.
Great tecnology i am convicedGreat batteries , excellent voltage for my Radio Controlmy charger fails a program to properly charge these. Using a NiMH program at a low 0.20 amps charging current and the max charge set to 1600 mah works; in 8 hours it is full. Due to the low current, the charger does not detect a delta-v and just keeps on charging until it hits the pre-set max of 1600 mah. The cell then delivers close to 1500 mah at 0,8 amps before dropping to 1.3 volts. I am satisfied with that.Nice accu, recommend to buy. Very fast and good charging and true capacity. My recommendation!
???? ?? ???? ?????????????, ????? ?????? ????????!Capacity varies too much, easy to over discharge. They keep correct voltage when charged, though. I would like these to come with a diode built in, partly for protection, and partly for better voltage compatibility.Great batteries. The higher voltage is better for my transmitters. better than NIMH batteries that have the alarms going off quick. These batteries hold voltage and deliver power. They can even be charged on your NICD battery setting eliminating the need for the fancy NiZN charger as long as you have a AA holder with connector for your charger. Would buy again.