Zippy батареи Flightmax обеспечивают полную мощность и разряда, а также быть лучшие батареи ценность на рынке! Независимо от того, приложение, которое вы имеете в виду, Zippy lipooly батареи не являются идеальным выбором.
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1g lighter and significantly shorter than the 400 mAh variant. Very good weight/bulk/capacity compromise. I could pull 4 amps from one cell for one minute with no noticeable warming of the pack. Still , internal resistance seems pretty high, even using thick (0.8mm) wires and Futaba plugs, hence the 4 stars.Good battery for my mcpx, just need to solder the plug of a old onepolecam serdecznie,,...These are nearly perfect if you need to keep things very light! I have several packs (1S, 2S and even 3S) made with these cells ranging from 100MAh to 450MAh. I use them in DLG Gliders in 1S2P and small foamies (MPX Fox, Robbe Airy etc) in 2S1P config and the only thing you need to be aware of is, do not let them drain. That will kill them faster than kicking them around.
What I like most about these is that the price is really low so you can buy more of 'em and solder your own. Do remember to use balancing wires (see RCGroups or the like for reference how to solder these to a lipo)Will be using this fellow on Walkera v100 3D heliI use the 350mAh Zippys in a Walkera Genius CP where they fit perfectly. Gives you 6-7 Min. flight time at least with 3.7V left. Possibly not enough C for 3Dflying but fine for round flight even in windy conditions outside. Just as good as the 300mAh Nanotechs which I use in the Genius CP as well.30.
too heavy for helicopters, which weigh around 30 grams.These little batteries are great 24mm wide by 35mm tall. Weight came in a 9.15 grams after soldering walkera/losi style plugs. Also have 8mm x 18mm electrical tape to cover the tabs. I then covered the entire battery with 38mm wide x 55mm long clear strapping tape with the stings running through it.
The cells showed up needing exactly 100mahs each to charge fully. I fly them in my Walkera Minicp with 7t pinion and Genius maingear. I get exactly 7 minutes flying in the house, slow forward flight,backward, hovering 4-2 feet off the floor. I get 5min 48 seconds outside with fast forward flight,backward etc. The wind was gusty too so there were lots of throttle stick movements to control the height. The 7minute flight was with the first charge, the 5:48min flight outside was with the second charge. I definitly recommend these batteries. Try and get them with a buddy code and they can be had for about 1.50$ /- . I get consistent pitch pumps too with no bogging. I dont fly 3d yet but I plan on buying the turnigy 300mah 30/35c batteries for 1.80$ for 3d. I know the 20c will handle flips and inverted but nothing extreme. I will also get a 8t pinion with the 30/35c batteries. I
One more thing, I am flying in normal mode with mid stick at 50pcnt throttle using the devo 7. 50pcnt throttle gives 90pcnt throttle. If you put in 90pcnt for mid stick throttle curve you will get 100pcnt throttle for somVery good and light battery.So far, so good, so cheap - I love the cheap Zippy batteries anyway, have several different versions of them. For sure not the best batteries on earth, but probably the batteries with best cost/performance ratio.