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Old 11-28-2011, 08:42 PM
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hey guys i was wondering how true is this battery nanotec batteries 6s 60c 5000mah its supposed to be 300amps.whos tried nanotec batteries period i want to hear all experiences with nanotec batteries especially in high amp draw set ups i would to hear from heli guys too who push the limits of every batteries.sooooo lets hear it guys
Old 11-29-2011, 02:46 PM
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I have no experience with the specific packs , but do have some other nanos. I'm going to guess they are about 30C packs. I'm soon going to test some 2.2 nano packs to their max current. I expect that they will have their actual ratings cut in half as well. You may also search for them in the batterygraphvault. Maybe someone has tested them.
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good info wheres the battery graph located?also you are basicly saying they over rate these nanotec lipos right bud?
Old 12-14-2011, 07:47 AM
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I received 2 ea. Nano-Tech batteries from HK. 2650, 4S, 25C-50C . One of them will not take a charge, Can't get it above 15.2 volts. This is a brand new battery , never put into service. Naturally they will not warranty it.
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good info wheres the battery graph located?also you are basicly saying they over rate these nanotec lipos right bud?
Here's the vault http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=342568

Most lipos on the market were and still are over-rated. Of all the packs I've bought the average seems to be an actual rating around half of the label rating.
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300A? That number can't possibly be right. You need to cable it with 250mcm wire as big as your thumb.
Old 12-20-2011, 11:32 AM
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300A? That number can't possibly be right. You need to cable it with 250mcm wire as big as your thumb.
for ac maybe, dc's a lil different and these are bursts not constant a lot of batteries today push 100+ amps without any issue. remember, most of these are 12v if that, and are cooled by the air running over them. and flitetest on youtube just did a comparison video of a nanotech vs a thunderpower and the nanotech pretty much walked all over the thunderpower battery.
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http://www.youtube.com/hobbykinglive.../0/KvIaLN4AVlE
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Default RE: turnigy nanotec batteries?

45 C is very impressive in my book , but either the packs weren't charged all the way OR should've went further (to at least 1800 mah)

A 65 C pack that can do even 32 C is pretty good. I'm still guessing that even the 2.25 pack is actually about 32 C at 150 deg F. Generally as the capacity goes up the difference between the actual rating and the label rating gets larger.

I doubt that 90% us will use a pack at 40C or higher anyways. [X(] I know I won't.

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