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HXT 2500mah émetteur Lipo w / PCM 11.1v

HXT 2500mah émetteur Lipo w / PCM 11.1v

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HXT 2500mah émetteur Lipo w / PCM 11.1v

Maintenant, vous ne avez pas besoin de recharger la batterie de votre émetteur pendant des mois.
Amener le monde de la technologie Lipo à votre émetteur aujourd'hui!
batteries lithium-polymère durer beaucoup plus longtemps que NiMH car ils ont une densité d'énergie beaucoup mieux. Non seulement ce pack durer beaucoup plus longtemps, il est également livré avec un CPM, qui aura le souci de trop décharger le pack.
Cela signifie que vous pouvez maintenant avoir la puissance de Lipo avec NiMH tranquillité d'esprit.

Le pack comprend un bouchon de port de charge JST-XH, et un bouchon de décharge de style Futaba, de sorte que vous pouvez le brancher directement dans votre émetteur.
Pack également compatibles avec les radios JR et Spektrum DX6 et DX7. style plug Futaba / JR peut être tranché pour tenir solidement le bouchon JST l'intérieur de ces radios.

Capacité: 2500mAh
Tension: 11.1v (3S1P)
Poids: Cmon, son un pack d'émetteur! : 148g
Taille: 97x32x25mm (taille comprend 1.5mm pour le dédouanement sur toutes les mesures)
Charge prise: JST-XH
Décharge: Futaba (peut être modifié pour JR etc ..)

Batterie est livré avec un CPM intégré (Cell Protection Module) qui arrête le paquet d'être trop déchargée en raison de ralentir la fuite résiduelle.

  • UGS HXT2500TX
  • Brand -
  • Poids 175.0000
  • Longueur 0.00
  • Packaging Width 0.00
  • la taille 0.00
  • Capacité ( mAh ) 2500.00
  • Décharge ( c ) 0.00
  • Taux de charge Max (C ) 2.00
  • La longueur A (mm) -
  • Hauteur B ( mm ) 0.00
  • Width-C(mm) 0.00
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Can now go flying anytime,with out having to charge transmitter. Afther 7 hours since fitting to Futarba FF9 it still gives 11.2 volts.

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Can now go flying anytime,with out having to charge transmitter. Afther 7 hours since fitting to Futarba FF9 it still gives 11.2 volts.

Hi, use this pack in my Hitec Eclipse 7 radio. Fits perfect. Works much longer then native NiCd 600mAh.

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Hi, use this pack in my Hitec Eclipse 7 radio. Fits perfect. Works much longer then native NiCd 600mAh.

Hi, use this pack in my Hitec Eclipse 7 radio. Fits perfect. Works much longer then native NiCd 600mAh.

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Hi, use this pack in my Hitec Eclipse 7 radio. Fits perfect. Works much longer then native NiCd 600mAh.

I have a Futaba 9C and this pack fits perfectly inside the existingcompartment. Kudos to Oleg Semyonov(read his review) for his idea about the inline diodes. The 9C will beep and "flash low battery" at 8.4V Now the 8.4V is really 10.2V on my pack.

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I have a Futaba 9C and this pack fits perfectly inside the existingcompartment. Kudos to Oleg Semyonov(read his review) for his idea about the inline diodes. The 9C will beep and "flash low battery" at 8.4V Now the 8.4V is really 10.2V on my pack.

Very good battery for the transmitter

You can live your transmitter open a day and you still can fly whitout charging your pack

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Very good battery for the transmitter

You can live your transmitter open a day and you still can fly whitout charging your pack

Perfect lipo I put him in my radio futaba 7c and I have forgotten him to charge again I lowered model because shouted the radio I quietened

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Perfect lipo I put him in my radio futaba 7c and I have forgotten him to charge again I lowered model because shouted the radio I quietened

bought this battery for my transmitter a few months ago and it's been working like a champ. I was concerned that it would get ruined if I left the radio on, but my radio Optic6 auto cuts off at 8.8v, which has saved me twice. The transmitter will stay powered for several hours of flying, which for me is a couple weeks between charging.

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bought this battery for my transmitter a few months ago and it's been working like a champ. I was concerned that it would get ruined if I left the radio on, but my radio Optic6 auto cuts off at 8.8v, which has saved me twice. The transmitter will stay powered for several hours of flying, which for me is a couple weeks between charging.

Fit nicely into my Futaba 9CHP. Fully charged at 12.6V.After using 2 2250mah batteries, voltage dropped 12.3V.Great Lipo.

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Fit nicely into my Futaba 9CHP. Fully charged at 12.6V.After using 2 2250mah batteries, voltage dropped 12.3V.Great Lipo.

This is, maybe, most useful thing from OH.

Excellent.

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This is, maybe, most useful thing from OH.

Excellent.

wow last a month with a little flying here and there,, watch the voltage as right around 10 volts it drops off a cliff to 8.8 and gives you a couple of seconds to land.

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wow last a month with a little flying here and there,, watch the voltage as right around 10 volts it drops off a cliff to 8.8 and gives you a couple of seconds to land.

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