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Do you know about Grepow Company?

Inheriting 20 years of superb battery workmanship, Grepow has been always upholding the idea of high class and quality optimization in production. With outstanding pairing process, safe and reliable raw materials formula, steady and smooth discharge curve, rigorous quality control system, advanced automation equipment, research and development of cutting-edge technology and innovation of workmanship from over 200 people high end professional engineering team, Grepow is the only professional high power battery manufacturer in china that can produce NIMH, Li-PO, LI-FE batteries simultaneously yet maintaining very high standard within the industry. Grepow product is being sold to more than 60 countries around the world. The company has also set up its U.S and German Subsidiary.

The two brands Geshi ACE and Gensace were launched against domestic and overseas RC model markets, and have received a huge amount of responses. They have became very well known brands among RC model fans both domestic and abroad. Geshi ACE and Gensace have been always maintaining the very fine quality and have also gained a very good reputation. With their safe and reliable raw materials formula, advanced production process and rigorous quality control system, Geshi ACE and Gensace have made the batteries that are beloved by many RC model fans. The RC heli/airplane batteries are famous for its high capacity, long flying time, steady performance, outstanding aero shooting results, rarely puffing up and good cycling performance; while the RC cars batteries are showing off its brave, fearless character with its high C rate, super low internal resistance, high explosive strength and strong power during races.

Tattu has been launched few years ago in order to meet the market’s need. It can be separated into Tattu UAV battery and Tattu FPV battery lines. Tattu UAV batteries are industrial made specifically work for UAVs. It overturns the concept of RC models, and it precisely meets the need of UAV flight. It is a high-end UAV battery line that was recognized by the UAV industry once it was launched. Tattu FPV battery line is aiming at providing batteries that are more suitable for FPV racing. Tattu FPV battery come with super high C rate, high explosive power, very strong power drive, safe and reliable features. It was quickly become famous among both domestic and overseas market. It is the first choice and most-recommend to FPV pilots all around the world.

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Can’t wait for Toppilot? Please check out the R-Line!

Good news! For those who can’t wait to get through the process of applying a free Toppilot battery, please look forward to our R-Line professional FPV racing batteries.

What is R-Line?

R-Line is a brand new product line specifically designed for professional FPV racing competitions. It’s the selling version of Toppilot batteries.It’s also a subsidiary of the Tattu brand. It’s got higher capacity, lower internal resistance and lower landing temperatures. They are remarkably more powerful than other graphene batteries. Generally, R-Line batteries have the same specs as our popular Toppilot batteries.

At the moment R-Line includes two items: the 1300mAh 4S 95C and the 1550mAh 4S 95C. R-Line is currently in version 1.0. In the future different versions will also be rolled out to meet the needs of different FPV racing competitions.

When and where can I get it?

R-Line batteries are schedule to be on sale since late August. You will be able to order them from our official shop Due to the high demand R-Line will possibly be available for pre-order. Please follow us on Facebook or Instagram and check back regularly.


What is FPV and the basic introductory parts of FPV

What is FPV?

FPV is the abbreviation of First Person View, it is a device based on remote control model airplane or remote control cars equipped with wireless camera to transmit images, which can be controlled on the ground.

The basic common parts of FPV are aircraft kits, antenna, video transmitter, video receiver, image display and storage, remote control, camera and others.

FPV basic introductory parts:

1. Battery:

FPV batteries are generally lithium polymer batteries because of its better comprehensive performance, such as large energy density, light weight, resistance to high current. Even though, FPV cannot fly in a long time in flight, most of them can fly about 20-30minutes. Therefore, for more fun when flight, buying several batteries is a good way to deal with this problem. I recommend the Gens ace & Tattu 1300mAh battery and 1050mAh battery for your FPV battery.



The Li-po battery for UAV is in series which means there are several Li-Po cell connect in series internally, so in order to have every cell charges fully, it’s advisable to choose a “Balance Charger”.

3.Motor, ESC and flying control system

The motor consists of brush and brushless motor, brushless motor is very common in photography UAVs, which is powerful and quality. The motor will transmit the power from battery to spin itself speedly and then drive propellers spin to fly. And ESC is the controller of motor, it will transmit the signal infomation of flying system to motor current. The current size through motor is the speed size of propellers.

4. OSD and GPS

The UAVs GPS system is also very important, because one-key return, fixed-point and fixed height, hover and other functions depends on it. OSD is also known as figure transmission, it is the most important in FPV. Cause if you want to really have fun, the delay degree OSD is pretty critic.

5.Remote control channel, handlers and unlock

The size of the remote control and handle feeling is not very important, instead whether the remote control button layout reasonable and complex or not. The remote control channel means the up and down (throttle size), left and right, front and back, left spin and right spin. Quadcopter need to have at least 4 channel to fly safely.



Currently, the most commonly used props are the self-tightening pair opposite props. Pilots can purchase multicoloured self-tightening quality props to make your UAVs look more cool. The UAVs flight follow the principle of physics, whose installation is also two opposite sides. It mainly offsets the rotation thrust of spinning to make UAVs get rid of the earth’s gravity and fly in the air.


Tattu vs Graphene LiPo Battery Performance Tests

The article outlines the Tattu vs Graphene lipo battery testing procedures we used to come up with our results and presents the raw data gathered. Be sure to check out the actual results in our comparison article which will be released next week!

Graphene lipo battery Background

After Bonka announced that they were entering the “graphene” market behind Turnigy, I knew I wanted to do a comparison test pitting “graphene” batteries against each other and their predecessors. After contacting several battery manufacturers, I learned that pretty much everyone was poised to introduce a new range of battery packs, most of which are labeled “graphene”. I was excited about the prospect of comparing these “graphene” packs in total against a top-contender of the “last generation” of batteries.

What is the Graphene?

A little background on graphene. First of all – what it is is a sheet of carbon atoms, aligned in a 2-dimensional crystalline pattern. When it’s synthesis and handling is perfected, it could feasibly be used in the electrodes of the battery to thin the chemical layers that make up the battery and significantly improve both capacity and power. There is also research going into what is called “lithium sulfur” batteries, which use graphene as an integral component to make similar leaps in performance over traditional lithium batteries.
One thing is certain, though – these batteries do have something different going on with them. As you will soon see, they all have performance figures that are eerily similar to each other, and all differ from the “older” style LiPo I threw into the test.

The battery Tests

I performed 3 tests on these sets of batteries, outlined below.

20A Constant Discharge Test

The first test was a constant discharge to 12.8V indicated (3.2V/cell under load). The intent of this test was mainly to see the capacity of each battery. The load I selected was 20A – which is very close to my average flight load when I am not racing. I hooked the battery up to my load cell, a volt meter and my data recorder and let the battery discharge until the voltmeter read 12.8V. I chose 12.8V because it is well into the sharp voltage drop off point of every battery in this test but not so low as to seriously damage the batteries – they all jumped back up to 3.5-3.6V / cell when the load was released. After the batteries were done with the test, they were set aside for 30 seconds and then had their temperature measured. After that, I measured the balance of the pack, recording the voltage difference between the lowest cell and the top cell. Generally, when battery cells are mismatched, it is because they have a slightly different capacity than their mates – since this test is all about totally discharging the battery it is a perfect time to check that. Finally, the batteries were charged back up to full and the amount of charge put back into them was recorded.

40A Stress Test

The second test was a constant discharge to 14V indicated with a load of 40A. The stop point of 14V in this test is well before the batteries fully discharge – the intent was to see how much charge the batteries could push through while holding a decent voltage under high load. 40A is a pretty typical load when racing so I think this test is a good indicator what batteries will hold up well for that purpose. Once the batteries hit 14V, they rested for 30 seconds and their temperature was measured. Finally, they were once again charged back to full and the charge put in was recorded.

Flight Test

The final test was an in-flight test where the battery metrics were recorded with Blackbox. The purpose of this test was to show how the batteries performed when the pilot does bursts of full throttle during an otherwise constant load. Here is the procedure I followed:
1.Take off, fly in a circle using the OSD to keep a constant 20A discharge rate.
2.At 200mAh indicated consumption (on the OSD) do a full throttle pull-out for 3-5 seconds.
3.Descend quickly.
4.Continue flying at 20A in a circle until 700mAh indicated consumption, or 55% of the labeled capacity for the bigger batteries.
5.Do a full throttle pullout for another 3-5 seconds.
6.Descend and land.

What I wanted to see in this test was:

1.How much effect different batteries have on the amount of power available in a climbout.
2.How each battery handled a full power climbout when it was near-fully charged vs when it was close to being depleted.
3.How much voltage sag each battery experienced in a climbout and how quickly it recovered.
4.How an inductive load on the batteries differed from a resistive load.
Again-the original intent of this test was to use some of the ridiculous new N52 motors to really put the fear of god into these batteries. Unfortunately that could not happen for this test because the motors I am using are out of stock and I don’t have the funds to change out all of my motors. I intend to re-test this when I get some new ZMX v2s.


I wouldn’t recommend anyone treat their batteries like I did in these tests. The in-flight testing is probably fine but batteries in this size really did not like the 20A full discharge and 40A stress test. Most of them got quite hot, especially nearing the end of the 20A test, and one even puffed slightly. Unless you like replacing batteries frequently, I don’t recommend ever discharging below 14V indicated on a 4S pack – your batteries are telling you that they cannot handle the discharge and you should listen. When LiPos are stressed like this, their internals undergo chemical changes which permanently affects their capacity and power delivery capabilities.

The Battery Lineup


There were five 1300mAh batteries on the block for this comparison test. Dinogy sent us their new Graphene 2.0 packs and Tattu sent us a pre-release version of their upcoming “Pro Pilot” series of batteries. We also obtained a Turnigy Graphene pack and a Bonka Graphene pack for comparison as well. Finally, we have a normal Bonka 1300 75C pack to compare the new packs against.
Revolectrix sent us a very early version of their 1700mAh LiHV “GOPack” . I really wanted to include this pack in the test but struggled on how to do it – none of the other batteries were this big nor were they HV. In the end, I decided to test this battery charged to standard LiPo voltages (that’s 4.2V per cell) and included a standard Tattu 70C 1800mAh battery in the test to compare against. As a result, this isn’t a really fair test for the Revolectrix. I wouldn’t use these results to compare it to any of the other batteries but I do find them interesting. I’m eager to get my hands on one of their 1350 regular packs.

For more information on these batteries, check out our comparison article, which will be linked at the top of this article when it is released.

The Battery Test Results

The raw data for our tests, complete with the graphs we’re posting below.

20A Constant Discharge Test Results

Temperature: Measured after discharge, hottest point on battery.
Charge: Amount of charge put back into battery after test.
Cell Variance: Difference between highest cell voltage and lowest in battery.

All of the 1300mAh batteries were very well matched in terms of capacity. In terms of actual performance, the Dinogy and the “normal” Bonka held about .3V less than the other packs throughout the first half of the test, after which all of the packs were pretty much equal. All of the batteries held their voltage quite well up until they were almost entirely discharged – I was actually pretty surprised by how close this was. All of the packs other than the Turnigy Graphene got pretty hot near the end of this test. Definitely hotter than I am normally comfortable with. I was actually really surprised when I plugged the batteries into the cell balancer to find the opposite indication, though – the Graphene lipo battery was way out of spec and the rest of the batteries were pretty well matched. I guess with the lower price on the Turnigy Graphene you do not get as precise of a cell matching.
I graphed the Tattu 1800 70C and Revolectrix GO pack separately to not obscure the 1300mAh graph. In this chart I included the Tattu Top Pilot lipo as well for comparison against 1300 packs. Keep in mind that since the Revolectrix is a HV pack, it was not charged to it’s full capacity. Given that, I think it actually did quite well – managing to keep putting out consistent current all the way down to 12.8V – it actually seems to perform like a regular LiPo throughout the discharge curve, whereas I expected it to drop off somewhere in the 13V range.

40A Stress Test Results

Cell variance was not performed on this test as all cells were matched on all batteries.
Voltage was only averaged when?load was applied.

I think this test is the most indicative of what these packs would experience while racing on a wide, open course. It’s also where the benefits of whatever technology that’s in them starts to show. Every one of the new battery packs kicked the ass of the “older” Bonka 70C by a large margin in every measureable way. What’s more amazing to me is that all of the new generation of packs were able to perform close to, or better than the Tattu 1800 70C – that’s amazing! It’s basically saying that these new packs can deliver to you the performance of a 1800mAh pack in a 1300mAh pack and weight. They all discharged over half of their capacity (actually – past where I would normally cut off when flying – which is normally 800mAh for 1300 packs) at 40A. That’s pretty damned incredible.
The 1300s all performed pretty similar, again. The Dinogy once again held the same voltage as the Bonka 70C at the low end – albeit significantly longer before dropping off – and the other packs held a higher voltage through the entire test. Voltage of most of pack was always within swinging distance of each other, with the average voltage over the test not varying by more than .07V between the lowest and highest packs. The Turnigy Graphene pack again came down noticeably cooler than the other packs. Maybe that’s because of the extra weight
The Revolectrix pack again showed the best voltage holding capabilities – staying noticeably higher through the entire test and delivering the highest average of all the packs. When it comes to power delivery, this is a damned impressive pack – but once again I can’t say how much of that is because it’s a LiHV in sheeps clothing.

Flight Test Results

For the flight test, I graphed the results of the performance of all of the packs together during the two “burst” cycles of full throttle climbs at 200mAh and 55% pack capacity. In order to better compare the packs, I had to add a few data points to each calculation (up to a half of a second of data) into the burst sections. This is because I could not time each burst to be exactly the same as each other since this was an in-flight test. If you download the Excel sheet above, the raw data is available to compare the adjustments I did. I did not add increased performance – just extended it for a few packs.


Average voltage and current measured from the start of 20A current draw until the end of the last burst.
Temperature measured 30 seconds after landing. Missing Revolectrix data – it was lost.

Keep in mind that during this test, the batteries are not the limiting factor – it was the power system. All of the batteries in the test were more than willing to give the 80A requested by the motors in the initial climb. They then all performed similarly through both of the climbs with a large initial voltage drop-off followed by relative stability. Power decreased as the miniquad accelerated through the air and the props unloaded. Variations in the air density during the climb or angular changes in the quad can easily account for any of the variance seen in these tests.
Of note is that other than the Dinogy pack, the newer packs all held about .3V more than the “old” Bonka 70C on average throughout the entire test. They also once again trumped the Tattu 1800mAh on voltage holding capability as well. This seems to be the running theme of the test – all of these packs hold their voltage better under load when compared with my “older” reference packs.
I had seen a lot of people talk about how inductive loads (basically – loads that fluctuate rapidly with time due to the PWM motor drivers we use on our brushless motors) affect batteries differently than resistive loads. From the results in this test, I didn’t really see any difference between these types of loads. Perhaps I was not stressing the batteries enough.
I’m really interested to see how these perform with better motors.

Thanks for the Sponsors

A big thanks to Revolectrix, Dinogy and Tattu USA for sponsoring this test by sending us sample packs of their upcoming batteries. Our pocketbook isn’t super deep so it’s only by the contribution of great manufacturers and vendors like these guys that we’ll ever be able to get comparison tests like this. Thanks again.

Best uav battery packs for multirotor fly Long flight time

Are you looking for UAV battery packs for your multirotor X8 or X4 etc., but still confusing about which brand is the best one and most suitable for multirotor? For fly long time pls read ahead and you will find out the answer.

How to choose UAV battery packs

Yes, let us come back to this topic now. How to choose the best uav battery? Before that, tell me what do you really command. Here are some questions just need to clarify a few things. How long flight time do you need? How much current is flowing in a ciruit and at what voltage for your multirotor? How much carrying capacity do you plan to? After you choose one battery, you can use this calculator formula to calculate your flight time, flight times =(Battery Capacity * Battery Discharge /Average Amp Draw) * 60

For instance, you choose a UAV battery packs 16000mAh 6s, and calculate the average amp to be around 60 amps, make an assumption that 80% of battery capacity will be used, then the flight time is 12.8 minutes (Results vary from brands).

About smart UAV battery packs

What is smart battery? Smart battery management system (BMS) will smartly manage your battery. As every one knows, lithium polymer is delicate accessories and need the user take maintenance. Which brand is recommended? The Tattu smart 6S 22.2V 12000mAh battery pack is a great choice for large-sized aerial photography vehicles such as the DJI S800, S1000, Gryphon X8, OnyxStar. This battery packs a ton of power in compact, giving you the flight time needed on your heavy-lift aerial photography rigs.

Conclusion for UAV battery packs

For fly a long flight times, choosing the right UAV battery pack is very important. Here I recommend using Tattu lipo which has gained most praise by FPV pilots. The following is Tattu Plus LiPo Battery Review by VidMuze who produces aerial cinematography, films, visual effects, tutorials and equipment reviews. You will make your choice after watching it.



Best 6s lipo battery for sale from Tattu and Gens ace

Maybe you are wandering in the remote control world, and you are familiar with all parts of your hobby models. But how to choose the best 6s lipo battery for your UAV/500 600 RC HELI/FPV/RC hobby drones etc.? Here allows me to introduce the best 10000mah 6s lipo battery for sale from Tattu and Gens ace, which are professional battery for RC hobby and drones.

The range of 6s lipo discharge rate

Tattu and Gens ace 6s lipo battery packs have capacity from 15C battery to 75C battery, and more high C lipos will be produced. ALL of these high C lipos are beyond the bounds of multirotor, let FPV into the world of 3D flying, show high performance aircraft, and provide more power for you.

The range of 6s lipo capacity

Tattu and Gens ace 6s lipo battery packs have capacity from 1000mAh to 30000mAh, Stable automatic stacking technology endows single cell capacity of 30000mAh, higher than comparable size packs. High capacity, up to 30000mAh, will provide enough energy for your hobby models.

The wide applications of 6s lipo battery

Tattu and Gens ace 6s lipo battery packs are widely used in performance aircrafts such as RC heli 500 600 700 size (MIKADO LOGO500, ALIGN T-REX550/600, GAUI X5, Outrage 550, Hirobo SDX, etc), 180mm 250mm 280mm 310mm FPV Racing (Skylark M4-FPV250, INDY250 PLUS, Vortex, Emax Nighthawk 250, MOJO 280 etc) and big UAV drones such as DJI S800, S800EVO, Walkera QR X800, FreeFly CineStar 6, FreeFly CineStar 8, Freefly ALTA, etc.

Where to buy the best 6s lipo battery?

Here you come to the right place. Tattu and Gens ace 6s lipo battery for sale is via official online shop where has Local Service , Quality Assurance , Best Prices and Fastest Shipping. Free shipping over $49.99 in USA, Over $198 in Canada.


Tattu Toppilot Lipo Battery Desined for FPV Racing Competition

What’s Tattu toppilot lipo battery?

Toppilot lipo is a sponsored version under tattu brand, particularly designed for fpv racing competition. New materials were adopted in this new version.(materials were confidential ,lower internal resistance), Main feature is much more powerful, Some tech department have compared the toppilot version with other brand graphene’s discharge curve,The Toppilot discharge platform is above what we called graphene batteries,Means more powerful,But toppilot lipo is not for sale,only for free sponsor.

Another feedback from pilots who have tested toppilot version,besides the power is more powerful, the temperature after landing is slightly lower than other brands.

top pilots
Another feedback from pilots who have tested top pilot version,besides the burst,the after landing temp is slightly lower than other brands.

Toppilot version is not for sell, You can apply to be a tattu team pilot to try it. Application email to, or get the selling version Racing line on Top pilot has not classified the c rate, but compare to the 75c battery on the market, The new version’s discharge rate is slightly higher, and the peak power lasts longer, full throttle 2 mins without any problems, especially the landing temp is a big advantage compare to the old version.

If you have any questions, please leave your comments on here or email to About toppilot lipo review,look at this video:


Notes of aircraft battery check

The problem of go aboard with batteries

1. How many batteries can bring with?

Combined with China’s major airlines airport security requirements:

If battery energy is less than 100wh , you can carry two or more batteries without reporting; when 100wh <energy <160wh , you can take only two batteries, and need to delare to the airlines when check-in at the counter , to obtain a license voucher .

If Energy surpass 160wh ,you can’t take it to aircraft; such as: DJI S1000 + which using gens ace & tattu battery , even with the smallest adaptable capacity , 10000mAh battery ,it’s energy is 222wh, far higher than the upper limit of 160wh , can not take it to aircraft. So we recommend it’s better to mail to the destination at least five days in advance .


Please also notice:

The Lithium battery are using metal active material, high temperature spontaneous combustion or a short circuit spontaneous combustion and other accidents may occur during the flight. Therefore, lithium batteries must let go of power befor boarding. And make sure the battery was insulated in advance , Seal the battery positive and negative interface with an insulating rubber.

Remote control can not be checked, what to do?

When checking , the security staff pointed out aircraft remote control contains a lithium battery thus can not be checked, there are two ways:

1>Remove the battery out of the remote control;

2>Please call the big boss who is in charge of the checkpoint, try and explain that the battery of the remote control is a built-in battery and can not be removed,and you can ask him to carry out safety checks to the remote control.

How to count the excess baggage charges?

When the baggage weight exceeds the shipping weight stipulated by the airline (China flights, free shipping weight 20kg per person), you need to pay excess baggage charges.

Excess baggage fee calculation formula:

Excess baggage charge = [total shipping weight (kg) - the number of trips * 20 (kg)] *Adult full price ticket * 1.5%

How to solve the problem that batteries and other equipment can not travel with the team ?

1.Delivery in advance

If the battery energy surpass the transportation standard of the airlines, you can express to the destination in advance.

Be noticed that land transportation for UAV battery is slow(such as Beijing to Dali ,Yunnan the transportation time takes about 5 days), please send in advance and you’d better select a large and reliable courier company.

2.Courier company refuse to accept the battery.

After return from aerial location, it’s better to leave half a day to deal with the battery mail issue.

For small cities, Courier company companies may not do the battery business. In this case, you can try to complaints about the courier companies (note: Complaint to the head office, rather than the local branch), try to tell the staff there that the battery was mailed in accordance with the policy of courier company, Let they mail back the battery in accordance with company policy.

When the complaint reached the local branch from the head office,they will pay more attention to this issue. Even if the express outlets can not receive the battery, the customer service staff will recommend you go to a local heavy goods warehouse to mail battery.

3. The Sender’s information is very important

Before mailing, make sure the sender’s address and contact telephone number are correct ,because once there’s problem occur during transportating,and can not pass through security, the battery will be returned to sender.

Mail back the battery from the aerial location is in the same situation. You need to find a local person to act as a Sender , once there’s problem occurs,the battery will return to the sender, no one will lost their 14.8v lipo battery.


4.Borrow or rent battery

You can also contact your local aerial shooting team, if they happen to have the same type aircraft battery, you can borrow or rent from them.

When travel with UAVs , we should have a sense of security , start from details, abide by relevant regulations of the local airport and airlines consciously .

What Causes the Swelling of a Lipo Battery?

What Causes the Swelling of a Lipo Battery?

You may have used Lipo batteries for years, but you may not know why and what really cause the lipo batteries to swell. Today I’m going to roughly explain what’s actually going on when it happens and why it would happen. Chemically, there can be three causes for the swelling of a LiPo battery. These occur in hard-shell Lithium Ion batteries, too, but the hard shell can withstand several atmospheres of pressure before expanding.


Water control is very important when producing the batteries, because the water inside the battery will react with the electrolyte and may influenced by heat, which will end up with oxygen and hydrogen and other complicated reactions. The gases cannot come out of the battery, which makes the battery swell. Basically, any other substance containing oxygen that can be freed by electrolysis or heat will become a contaminant, and make the battery swell. So good battery manufacturers, Such as Gensace 2200mah lipo, will strictly control the humidity in its plant.

Understanding the role of free oxygen in your battery, from water and other causes, is crucial to understanding why batteries fail, and why sometimes you can get by with flying a puffy battery, and sometimes you can’t.

#2: over-charge/over-discharge

If a Lithium battery is overcharged or charged too quickly, there will be lots of excess free lithium on the anode and free oxygen on the cathode. Which will result in lithium oxide on the anode. Lithium oxide uses fewer oxygen atoms than existed in the ionized state, so there will be exceeded free oxygen again.

If it’s over-discharged or discharged too quickly, the reverse is true, but you end up with Lithium Oxide on the cathode, but at a lower rate because there’s simply less there. Basically, an abused battery quickly develops corrosion on both poles of the battery inside the wrapper. And the more it’s abused, the worse it gets as the resistance goes up and it still gets driven hard.

If we charge or discharge our batteries slowly, our batteries will stay better performance than not doing so.

#3: Poor separator

Using a dry separator with way too high of an internal resistance to hold up to manufacturer “C”-rating claims. The internal R esistance grows over time because a higher and higher percentage of the LiPo is simple Lithium Oxide, and the balloon grows bigger as more oxygen atoms are freed.

#4: HEAT

If the battery gets heated which will result in significant metallic lithium generation. As we can see from above, this is a major cause of swelling and cell destruction. So if you are storing a battery in a high-temperature place, playing with your RC models too long will also cause battery swelling. Any damages to your battery that ends up with battery short circuit, will also generate high heat that swell and burn up your battery.

In conclusion, every lipo swells under certain circumstances. So choosing a good battery or battery manufacturer, like Genace battery 5000mah lipo 2s, is crucial to reduce the percentage of swelling and danger caused by poor production, such as tightly humidity control, good separator ect.

What Things Influence Your Drones’ Flying Time?

What Things Influence Your Drones’ Flying Time?

Numerous drones’ newcomers consider their drones’ flying time is also brief rather than fulfilling sufficient.With regards to the time they expect to,several of them explained 30mins.Short of that, you will be from luck. We’ve got hardly observed a fully-loaded multi-copter fly for even twenty minutes, allow alone 30mins. For anyone who is producing video clips, you have got no explanation to fly for an hour anyway. An hour extended single take? Please,you’ll have an abundance of chance to alter batteries between will take. Just invest in a lot of batteries. Even 10 minutes is a pretty extended time for any single get in the video.

Being a matter of fact,the common flight instances of drones are 6-10 mins,but many newcomers mentioned they only can fly 2-4mins.

Then the way to lengthen your drones’ flying time?

1.You’ll be able to endeavor to boost the capacity of one’s battery when maintain all other things very same.

“Battery capacity” is a measure (normally in Amp-hr) of the charge stored by the 2s 7.4v lipo battery, and is determined from the mass of energetic materials contained within the battery.The battery capability represents the maximum level of power which can be extracted from the battery beneath particular specified situations.Lots of newcomers said that we will enhance the quantity of batteries on its capacity and voltage,still,you neglect one level,their weight is going to be heavier in the same time.

From what I have discovered, including much more capability equals so much additional weight that the energy expected to lift the additional excess weight truly lessens flight time. That’s if it’ll even get off the ground. That’s the kind of energy to battery weight ratio.

Thankfully,with all the large technological innovation these days,this troubles are handled primarily.Several impressive battery producers create large capacity,voltage and discharge charge with out adding substantially fat to ensure longer flying time and greater pace.

That is a 2s,10000mah,10C lipo battery can fly in a longer time than a 2s,5000mah,10C lipo battery.

Undoubtedly,the value of 3s 10000mah 10C LiPo battery is more expensive than 5000mah lipo 2s 10C 1.

2.Velocity Management.

Any time you fly your drones,the speedier pace you fly,the shorter time they’ll fly.Result in they’ll consider plenty of capability and vitality and electrical power inside a higher velocity to control its flight.So preserve a reduce velocity and fly stably and wildly.

3.Remove the gimbal or camera or other connected elements.

Truly,nearly all your fat will probably be camera gear, not batteries.So Get rid of the gimbal or camera or other linked elements,which consider up tons of the drone??s power and capacity.

The new DJI S800 will get all around 22 mins of flight time without gimbal or camera.

The additional weight = much less flight time, primarily in non hover scenarios.

4.Get your hover time =4-6min and that turns into 2-4 minutes of flight time real speedy.

When your drones fly up from the ground,it requires a very substantial existing and takes significantly energy to assistance its takeoff.And if you adjust its travel path in numerous height and speed,it shortens flying time also.

So if you want to fly in a longer time,it is possible to get longer hover time which consumes significantly less energy.

5.Charge your battery absolutely

Please use a capable 3s 2200mah lipo balance charger to charge to make sure total electrical energy,which will assist to fly in a longer time.

6.Select a superior climate.

Please maintain in thoughts that the climate influences your flying time in some way.So elect to fly in the wild,sunshine day,which you are able to not only fly a longer time,but also shield your drones greater.