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Test flight with Holybro Kopis 1 powered by Tattu 1800mah 4s 75c lipo battery Tattu 4s 1800mAh 75C Li-Po battery review: This battery comes well packed with charging plug protector and safety instruction. At first look it seems very well made with good quality terminals. Battery pack measures around 90 x 33 x 30 mm (L, W, H). Due to the the aluminium envelope, the Tattu 1800 mAh weights a bit more than other 4s Li-Po batteries with same capacity. After a bit of research I found out that this producing technique provides not just better heat dissipation a
1.VOLTAGE Lipo battery cells have a nominal voltage of 3.7 volts per cell. If a model named a 3 cell (3S) 11.1 volt battery – lets just say that is what has to be used. 2.CAPACITY Capacity indicates how much power the battery pack can hold in milliamp hours (mAh). This is just a fancy way to say how much load or drain (measured in milliamps) can be put on the battery for 1 hour at which time the battery will be fully discharged. 3.C Rating(DISCHARGE RATE ) Discharge rate is simply how fast a battery can be discharged safely. 4.Safety Instruction Many peo
There is a new Agriculture drone lipo battery: Tattu Plus2.0 18000mAh 6S1P 22.2V 15C Smart Lipo Battery with AS150+XT150 plug; Specifications: Minimum Capacity: 18000mAh Configuration: 6S1P / 22.2V / 6Cell Discharge Rate: 15C Max Burst discharge Rate: 30C Net Weight(±20g): 2270g Dimensions: 205.5mm Length x 94.2mm Width x 79.5mm Height Discharge Plug: AS150+XT150 plug Charge Plug: XT90 If your drone fit in this size, you can consider check it out. Links: http://www.genstattu.com/ta-plus2-0-15c-18000-6s1p.html Photos: