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Do you know the development history of RC lithium polymer batteries?

Old 01-12-2023, 07:31 PM
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Post Do you know the development history of RC lithium polymer batteries?

I believe that everyone is familiar with the lithium polymer batteries. His appearance makes the drone no longer have to rely on expensive and dangerous gasoline and methanol engines, and his affordable price and ease of use enable more and more novices to gradually Learn about the sport of model aircraft, and then discover its deeper and more professional side. First, I will explain the features of the CNHL 1000mah 7.4v 2s 100c lipo battery. 1000mah 7.4v 2s 100c lipo battery, here is mainly lithium polymer battery, many people like to call it Lipo (from Lithium Polymer), in fact, its full name is Lithium Ion Polymer battery (Lithium Ion Polymer) This is a kind of The battery that can be recharged many times, his invention has revolutionized the aircraft model industry in the past ten years. It basically eliminated the lithium-ion battery (Li-Ion), iron phosphate 1000mah 7.4v 2s 100c lipo battery ( LiFe), Nickel Metal Hydride (Nimh), Nickel Cadmium (Ni-CD), although these batteries now continue to play other roles in the model aircraft industry (for example, Nimh as a steering gear battery has the characteristics of long-term voltage maintenance), But lithium polymer batteries (we will call them 1000mah 7.4v 2s 100c lipo battery in the following) basically rely on the following three advantages to beat them and become the first choice of most mold friends.

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