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Li-po batteries

Li-po batteries

The advantage of lithium polymer batteries is the weight, they are very light.

Indeed, these batteries do not have metallic packaging, which considerably reduces the load of batteries to nickel. In addition, during the load process, higher intensity can now be reached. Indeed, it was previously recommended to use a charging current equal to its load capacity of Ni-MH batteries. Manufacturers now point out that lithium polymer batteries can be loaded up to 5 times their capacity.

The nominal voltage of each cell of the LIPO battery is 3.7V. A 100% loaded component will have a voltage of 4.20V, which should not be exceeded under penalty of damage. Each component should not be less than 2.8V-3.0V. The destruction tension is 2.5V (it is useless when this threshold is reached!). Consequently, the nominal voltage of the battery at 3 cells is 11.1 V (3x3.7), the voltage with 2 cells is 7.4 V, the voltage with 4 cells is 14.8 V, the tension at 5 cells is 18.5 V, and so on.

Full range of models of small light and personalized volumes.

These Li-Po batteries can be used for propulsion of reduced plane or helicopter models, autonomous electronic assemblies or electronic vehicles.

Nominal voltage 3.7V
Impedance 10mohm at 700mmm
Nominal capacity 22MAH at +10,000MAH
Thickness 1.74mm at 13.5mm
Lenght 8mm at 101.5mm
Height 14mm at 134mm
Approximate weight 1G at 225g
Energy High density
Memory No effect
Self -discharge rate Weak
Lifetime 1000 cycles