Lipo Battery 7.4v 400mAh 25c-50c = PMPM67701BA
|Serious Power for Serious Hobbyists...!!!||PMPM67701BA|
|Capicity (mAh) :||400|
|Voltage :||2cell / 7.4V|
|Discharge (C) :||25 Constant / 50 Burst |
|Normal Charge Rate :||1C-3C|
|Maximum Charge Rate :||5C|
|Balance Plug :||JST-XH|
|Discharge Plug :||JST|
|Wire Gauge||18 AWG|
|Dimensions :||60 x 18 x 30|
|Width (mm) :||17|
|Weight (g) : (Including wire,plugs & case)||30|
When using high energy Li-poly Battery, please do not over-discharge, over-charge batteries, or result over-high temperature. Discharging capacity can't exceed 80% of the max capacity after full charging to ensure a good cycle performance.Recommend to full charge a brand new battery before using and only discharge the battery 50% for first 5 times to make a good efficiency of the battery. Please make it a habit to always count time for flight, or please set a low voltage protection on ESC (Cell voltage after stopping using can not lower than 3.4V). Do not use the battery at insufficient of voltage.
Do not expose batteries to sunshine or store/ charge batteries at the temperature up to 35℃ in a airtight car. The environment high temperature could cause the damage or the danger of burst. If the battery becomes hot while high current discharging or flying, please do not charge the battery immediately. Wait to cool down(about 20 mins), then inspect to recharge. If against follow the original factory using rules, possibly cause the battery to inflate or any dangerous accident happens.
Do not leave the charger is operating unattended as it may cause a fire.
1.Read the instructions on your device before using batteries.
2.Insert batteries into your device properly, with the (+) and (-) terminals aligned correctly.
3.Remove batteries from any device that will be stored for long periods of time.
4.It is normal for batteries to become hot during charging and they will gradually cool down to room temperature after fully charged.
5.Store the batteries in a cool and dry place.
6.Remove batteries from the electrical device after use.
7. If the performance of the batteries decrease substantially, it is time to replace the batteries.
8.Keep batteries away from children. If swallowed, contact a physician at once.
1.Never mix battery types in a device. Battery leakage may occur. Examples of battery types are alkaline, heavy duty, rechargeable.
2.Never mix old and new batteries in a device. Battery leakage may occur. Replace all batteries in a device at the same time.
3.Do not overcharge or overdischarge batteries. It will decrease the batteries' service life.
4.Never mix batteries of different capacities (e.g. 1200mAh and 1800mAh) in the electronic device.
5.Do not short circuit, incinerate and disassemble batteries.
6.Do not dispose of batteries in fire. They can rupture or leak.
7. Do not drop or cause unnecessary shocks to the battery.
8.Do not carry loose batteries in a pocket or purse with metal objects like coins, paper clips and hair pins, etc. This will short circuit the battery, generating high heat.