Ultra Power Series 6s LiPo Battery Pack 45C (22.2V/5000mAh) by PULSE

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This is the Pulse 22.2V, 5000mAh Ultra Power Series 45C 6S Li-Poly Battery Pack. As Lithium Polymer battery technology continues to push new boundaries, Pulse Lithium Polymer Batteries bring a whole new element into the mix - power & performance at a price that simply can't be ignored.

Designed specifically for the demands of the latest power plants, not to mention the new realm of extreme 3D flight, Pulse brings a battery to bear at a cost never seen before. Simply put, premium power no longer comes at a premium price.

Incorporating the latest advancements in Lithium Polymer technology, Pulse Batteries are designed to bring performance levels to a new stratosphere with 35C, 45C, and 65C battery packs in multiple capacities for the helicopter of your choice. Add the 5C charge rates, and the fun just begins.


Specifications:
Voltage: 22.2
Cell Count: 6S
Capacity: 5000mAh
Discharge Rate: 45C
Charge Rate: 5C
Dimensions: 165 x 47.5 x 48 mm(LxWxH)
Weight: 765g
Balance Tap: JST-XH

This product was added to our catalog on April 12, 2016.

Ralph stutes
Saturday, Apr 8 2017 (3 weeks ago)
PULSE Ultra Power Series 6s LiPo Battery Pack 45C (22.2V/5000mAh)
I have been running both the 45C as well as well as the 65C 4500mah and 5000mah ultra power packs since they first debuted. I have found them to be as good as you can ask for in a high power environment. Out of the 20 packs I run in my 700 sized helis, the oldest pack I have still has cell IRs less than 2 Uohms, with most still showing less than 1 Uohm.

They charge and balance to no more than .01v difference per cell, and come down after a flight generally at -004 to .007v difference. I haven't had one puff yet. I do exercise much caution in how I charge and handle them, but I have several packs of this capacity from another well known manufacturer that I have treated the same way that have already puffed and started to give inconsistent cell values.)