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Arrma Limitless RC car In this June, Arrma released the speed monster 1/7 Limitless RC car, for maintaining the durability and high performance, we recommend the battery which the most suit for this model.
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Arrma Infraction 6S BLX

Arrma have introduced their mean looking Infraction 6S BLX Street Bash ready-to-run truck. The 1/7th scale vehicle is based on a 3mm anodised aluminium chassis with a red-colour centre brace for stiffness and cool looks.

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Posted in Guide By Mike Lam
lipo vs. nimh

Do you know What’s LiPo Batteries? and What’s Nimh Batteries? what's different about them? This article tell you LiPo vs NiMH Charger and Runtime, go ahead!!

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Posted in Guide By Tom
lipo battery info

 

Connection: You must be sure that the correct polarity is observed when connecting battery packs to the charger or speed controller.

PINK / RED = POSITIVE (+)
BLUE / BLACK = NEGATIVE (-)

LiPo Battery Charging:

Lithium Polymer batteries have specific charging requirements and ONLY chargers rated for Lithium Polymer cells may be used. 

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gens ace shorty lipo battery

Nowadays, more and more driver tend to power their RC cars with shorty lipo pack. With its lighter weight than other packs, it’s more fit for RC racing. Someday, you may find you really need one, too. So, today, I’ll introduce some shorty battery pack from Gens ace. And how to choose the best 2s shorty lipo pack.

As you know, shorty lipo pack with the short-size of the body, most is 2sand the dimensions about 96 47x 25mm, they are great for 1/10 e buggy, Formula 1, other on road racing, and some crawlers etc. Gens ace also has the shorty lipo series, from 4200mah 2s to 5500mah 2s, with 29# with 4.0mm bullet or 59# with 5.0mm bullet, 60C or 100C,

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leader 120 Which battery weight is ideal for the Leader 120? We have tested the most common 2S and 3S lipos to find the ideal battery weight for the Leader 120, which allows you to fly as long, but also as agile as possible. Of course, the flight time depends on your personal flying style. In our tests we flew quite fast and with a good use of the throttle stick. In every flight and with every battery we performed many loops, flips and punches. The flight times we received can thus be significantly extended if you fly in a relaxed and smooth manner. If you don’t accelerate too much, you could easily add 1-2 minutes to the flight times for each result in the following table:
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How to Choose FPV Camera

01/12/2018 10:08

fpv camera

What drone pilots see while they are flying, are the low latency video from analog FPV cameras. To choose the best FPV camera for your multirotors, there are a few things to consider which we will discuss in this post.

Choosing FPV Camera

FPV camera is one of the most important parts of a quadcopter FPV setup. Real-time image from the camera is broadcast through a video transmitter. Regardless what video transmitter you have, the image you see on the FPV display is only as good as your FPV camera.

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Posted in Guide By Flora
ibms

Now, Intelligent battery management system(iBMS)is new battery technology that we add on to unmanned aircraft battery and RC hobby. Due to the fact that lithium polymer is delicate material; users are suggested to take good care when using the lipo batteries. To resolve this problem, We have applied the BMS to increase the battery life cycle.

We bring you more knowledge about BMS as below:

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 tattu rline LiHV 100C  

LiHV (or HVLi) stands for “High Voltage Lithium Polymer”. It’s a similar to LiPo battery but allows you charge it up to 4.35V per cell safely.

When you charge LiHV batteries like standard LiPo to only 4.20V per cell, they perform pretty much similar. However when you charge them fully to 4.35V per cell you get the following advantages:

  • With a fully charged HVLi battery, voltage is higher than normal LiPo’s (on a 4S, HVLi is 17.4V,  LiPo is 16.8V), therefore your motors will run harder at higher RPM, and your quad can fly faster theoretically
  • Secondly, LiHV can store more energy than LiPo per weight, so theoretically (again) you get longer flight time. 
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FPV-pilots

I have been chatting with a new upcoming freestyle pilot about building and such and trying to guide him along the way about the "bling" pitfalls newbies find themselves in when sourcing parts etc. and thought I could share with others.

My views here are just that, my views, and I do not profess to know it all, just passing on some things I think may be useful to those just coming into multirotors, more so about Racer/freestyle quads.

Firstly let me say that I am not a pro pilot, nor am I a multirotor engineer, I am a multirotor enthusiast and FPV pilot, and love building and flying. 

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