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Reedy Zappers HV SG2 2S 110C LiPo Battery (7.6V/8200mAh)

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Reedy Zappers HV SG2 2S 110C LiPo Batteries continue to utilize silicon-graphene construction but with an emphasis on reducing internal resistance and increasing cycle life. More power, improved durability, and high capacity provide world-class performance.


Zappers SG2 batteries feature a 7.6 nominal voltage, meaning that with a suitable charger, the battery can be safely charged to 4.35V/cell. It is not a secret that more voltage equals more power, so there is no easier way to achieve a performance advantage than a higher charge voltage! However, even when the typical 8.40V (4.2V/cell) charging limit is enforced, Zappers SG2 still offers a significant advantage thanks to a flatter discharge curve, which results in more voltage deeper into the race. A high quality, durable hard case helps prevent damage while embedded socket connectors keep power-robbing resistance to a minimum. Male ESC connectors are included.

Features:
  • Silicon Graphene HV-LiPo chemistry
  • Reduced IR with higher average voltage
  • Maximum durability and cycle-life
  • Durable hard case with low-resistance connectors
  • Built to ROAR/EFRA/BRCA/IFMAR specifications

Specifications:
Capacity: 8200mAh
Voltage: 7.6V (2S)
Dimensions (mm): 137.8x46.7x24.8
Max. Charge Rate: 16.4A
Discharge Current: 110C
Weight (g): 330
Socket: 5mm

This product was added to our catalog on January 16, 2019