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    GNB 450mAh HV 7.6v 2S 80C - Lipo XT30 Battery

    All batteries must be shipped with a ground shipping method.

    Specification

    Model No.

    GNB4502S80A

    Capacity

    450mAh

    Configuration

    2S1P

    Nominal Voltage

    7.4V

    Dimension

    14*18*61mm Appr.

    Weight

    27g (+/-1g)

    Max cont. discharge (C-rate/current)

    80C

    Max Burst  (C-rate/current)

    160C

    Charge Connetor

    XH-JST 3P

    Discharge Connetor

    XT30, JST or Molex 51005 2P

    Working Temperature Charge

    0~45°C

    Working Temperature Discharge

    (-20~60°C)

    Working Humility

    65%RH +/-20%

    Storage Temperature

    (-20~35°C)

    Storage Humility

    65%RH +/-20%

    Life Cycle

    300+ times

      Package Includes: 

      • 1 x Gaoneng GNB 7.4V 2S 450MAH 80C Lipo Battery XT30 Plug

      Customer Reviews

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      Gordon Lo

      GNB 450mAh HV 7.6v 2S 80C - HV Lipo XT30 Battery

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      Jazz
      High quality, low voltage sag and accurate capacity

      Title says it all. Measured the capacity by flying down to 3.5v under load and recharging a few times and it provides 450 mAh. Great for 3" toothpicks and minimal voltage sag when punching esp. when battery is closer to full. Bought 5 of them and all have consistent quality with good wiring and plugs.

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      ReviewD
      Superb capacity, good wires, a bit of voltage differential

      Bought three of these to try out with my Emax Tinyhawk Freestyle and tested right out of the box before any flying. See graphs, and compare to those for Tattu of the same HV variety and rated capacity. I'll give you a hint Tattu graphs are the ones with lower capacity. The one thing that goes for Tattu is they have practically no voltage difference between cells, while GNB consistently about 5-7mV apart (when not fully charged).

      GNB have superior wiring, particularly for the XT30 plug. On the Tattu the wires are too skinny and the shrink wrap keeps coming off and asking for a fire. The GNB are solid.