Team Orion 4S Carbon V-Max 110C LiPo Pack Battery w/Deans (15.2V/6500mAh)

Team Orion 4S Carbon V-Max 110C LiPo Pack Battery w/Deans (15.2V/6500mAh)
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Team Orion 4S 6500mAh Carbon V-Max 110C LiHV Battery Pack

Team Orion has been working on battery chemistry for many years, and now is taking the next step to expand LiHv Batteries! The Carbon Pro V-Max LiPo batteries have a higher nominal voltage (3.8V vs 3.7V) and can be charged up to 4.35V/Cell. The higher voltage allows for more performance and more capacity for the same battery size.

Features:

  • 3.8V nominal voltage (up to 4.35V/cell voltage)
  • Extreme power output
  • Enhanced Energy Density
  • Extreme power output
  • 110C discharge rate
  • 5C charge rate
  • Heavy duty Deans high current connectors
  • High-quality silicone wires
  • Robust carbon look hard case

Specifications:
Voltage:
3.8V Nominal, 4.35V Fully Charged/cell*
Capacity: 6500mAh
Connector: Deans
Balancer: XH
Hard Case: Yes
Dimensions: 139x47x49mm
Weight: 540g
Burst Discharge Rate: 110C
Max Charge Rate: 5C

Note*: V-Max LiPo batteries can be charged using regular LiPo battery chargers but standard LiPo charge programs use a charge end voltage setting of 4.2V/cell, HV LiPo batteries have increased power and capacity by using a 4.35V/cell charge end voltage. This means that to get maximum performance out of these batteries you must use chargers that have a LiPo HV specific charge mode with a 4.35V/cell charge end voltage.

This product was added to our catalog on August 8, 2016

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 1 2018 (about 2 years ago)
Team Orion 4S Carbon V-Max 110C LiPo Pack Battery w/Deans (15.2V/6500mAh)
I bought this battery only six months ago and it has been sitting for the last 2 months. That is when, like the previous reviewer, the battery came to a stop due to a broken wire that is supposed to be attached to a foil like conductor. This is not the first Orion battery I have had the same failure with. I guess I'm a fool but this is my third bad experience with Orion brand LiPo batteries. Needless to say, DON`T BUY ORION BATTERIES !
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jun 30 2018 (about 2 years ago)
Team Orion 4S Carbon V-Max 110C LiPo Pack Battery w/Deans (15.2V/6500mAh)
Poor quality for a 200 dollar battery. I had a tab break off the pack inside hardcase.making the battery useless. Buy smc ,your just paying for the name. Would NEVER buy again and would not suggest anyone to buy this garbage. Very disappointed to say the least.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Nov 6 2019 (12 months ago)
Team Orion 4S Carbon V-Max 110C LiPo Pack Battery w/Deans (15.2V/6500mAh)
Setting TQ lined up in position for the main the second place car comes backward around the track and hits my buggy head on. Poof my car goes dead. "Turn Marshal!" Brings my car to the driver stand first I try the on/off switch, nothing. Next I rip the body off and unplug the Orion 4S V-max battery and plug it back in. Press the switch and we got power. So the marshal puts me back into position and in less then 5 we were off. Four Laps I have a Quarter track lead. Thin I jump the triple, poof no power again. So I run down the driver stand, grab my buggy from the marshal, try the switch no power, rip the body off and unplug/plug it back in. Dead! Loss the race. I went home and ordered a New ESC because it was four years old that had to be it. It surely couldn't be this bad ass two hundred dollar Orion 4S V-max battery. Hell I even upgraded my buggy from an 8ight 4.0E to a 8ight XE. So I go back to the same track with a brand new buggy minus a battery and servo. Two practice laps poof no power. I realize its the Orion 4S V-max battery. So I barrow a battery from a friend and set TQ and won with a brand new buggy. Next day I try the Orion 4S V-max battery again no power. Solder on a new Deans plug no power. Pushed the wires around inside the hard pack and got a little power then nothing. Wire came lose inside the hard case pack and that is above my skill level. So I'm back on A-main shopping for a new 4S battery and see two more review of the same Orion 4S V-max battery with the same issue. Coincidence? I don't think so.