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22.2v 4200mah 50C EZ Flite Pro Lipo Battery w/ EC5 Connector

22.2v 4200mah 50C EZ Flite Pro Lipo Battery w/ EC5 Connector

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Part Number:G-179

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This battery provides strong power for 40 to 90 class models.

22.2v 4200mah 50C Lipo Specifications:

Dimensions:  5.50 x 1.69 x 2.00 inches (139.7 x 42.9 x 50.8 mm)

Weight: 22.2 ounces (629.4 grams)

Output: 210 amps continuous, 420 amps burst

Charge rate:  Up to 2C (8.4 amps).  We recommend a fast charge rate of 2C (8.4 amps), and a normal charge rate of 1C (4.2 amps) for longest battery life.

Connectors:  An EC5 connector is installed. The balance connector is the JST XH series 5 pin with 2.5mm pin spacing. This balance connector is also used on 3E Model, Align, BatteryHobby, Common Sense RC version 2, DualSky, Dynam, Electric Power, Esky, Fully Max, GE Power, Great Planes Electrify, Hextronic, HiModel, Hobby Loong, Horizon E-flite, Imax, Mega Power, Mystery, Parkzone, Protek, RadicalRC, Rhino, Turborix, Vampower, Venom, Walkera, X-Caliber, and Zippy Lipos. This list is subject to revision, and we do not guaranty it's accuracy. If you find an error on this list, please contact us.

Please read and observe all safety precautions provided with this battery before using or charging. This battery must only be charged with a battery charger designed for Lithium Polymer batteries. We recommend charging this Lithium Polymer battery at a 1C (4.2 amps) for longest battery life. Always charge Lipo batteries on a fireproof surface, and never leave unattended while charging.

Lithium Polymer batteries hold a large amount of energy and must be respected. Discharging or charging at an improper rate will cause excessive heat which can damage the battery, or even cause a fire! Your use of this product means that you accept full responsibility for any consequences.

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