Helicopter Li-ion Battery

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Specifications

1)high operation voltage  

2)high energy

3)long cycle life

 

Specification:

Product Model: GEB9045135

Li-polymer 3.7V 5000mAh battery

Max Dimension(mm): 8.0*48*145mm

Weight:45g

Charge current: 0.5C

Discharge current: 5C

Charge Temperature(oC)0~45

Discharge Temperature: -20~60

Storage Temperature; -20~35

Capacity: From 30mAh to 17000mAh

Thickness: From 1.0mm to 9.0 mm

Width: 11mm to 85 mm

Length: From 11mm to 160 mm

 

Application:

·Airsoft Gun, Paintball Gun

·RC Model, RC Airplane, RC Car, RC Helicopter, RC Hobby

·Indoor Helis, Indoor UFD

·Mico Slow Flyers, Park Flyers

·3D Airplane Aerobatics

·Wireless Communication System

·Electric Instrument

·UPS Aero Model

·Military Use

 

Advantage:

·High discharge platform

·Low impedance

·Fast charge

·Safe performan

 

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Packaging Details:Standard export package

Delivery Detail:About 5-25 days after received the payment

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Q:A 90 kg astronaut floating out in space is carrying a 1.0 kg TV camera and a 10 kg battery pack.?
His initial momentum is taken as zero. Momentum of thrown camera is 1 kg x 15 m/s 15 kgm/s his mass after that is 90+10 100 kg. He acquires the momentum of the camera, so 15 100ΔV ΔV 15/100 0.15 m/s Momentum of battery is 10x7 70 kgm/s again he gains this momentum, and his mass is now 90 kg 70 90ΔV ΔV 70/90 0.778 m/s
Q:Which battery do you prefer in digital cameras? Lithium Ion Rechargable or regular batteries (no charger)?
As a photographer I like using the battery pack that comes with the camera. The square type li-ion but for my flash i use disposable AA batteries. I used rechargeable AA batteries and after using them for a while thy don't keep a good charge and don't work good enough. I used to use AA rechargeable on my Kodak easy share but it always had the low battery indicator after taking a few shots. you can use a battery pack if your camera allows for it if not then you can use the disposable li-ion batteries. Depending on how much you use your camera you can try and see what works for you. Disposable batteries aren't cheap so if you want to try and see how the rechargeable batteries work for you then go on ahead. I just used my camera a lot so my rechargeable batteries died quicker then normal. I always have plenty extra no matter how much pictures i will be taking. So never leave with out extra batteries you don't want to miss that perfect shot.
Q:How come my black xbox 360 rechargable battery pack will not charge on my recharge station?
My Recharge Station
Q:Can I replace the batteries in a battery pack?
So long as they are the same chemistry (NiMH, NiCd, Li-Ion) and similar Ah rating as the originals, yes.
Q:How does the whole Xbox Elite battery packed controller worked? Do you need new batteries all the time?
If you use normal batteries, the life on them will last quite a while. You can also buy the rechargeable battery, it runs around 20 dollars. The battery life lasts around 25 hours with the rechargeable battery. The rechargeable battery connects to your Xbox 360 via a usb cable.
Q:Honda hybrid battery pack?
Go to a salvage yard or a dealership.
Q:Which Xbox 360 Wireless battery pack to use?
For me is better to buy the play and charge kit. because you get in the package you get a rechargable battery and when it goes out just plug in the play and charge kit and it will charge it while you keep playing and then when it goes out do the same thing. The battery holds a lot of charge it lets you play for about eight hours straight
Q:A 90 kg astronaut floating out in space is carrying a 1.0 kg TV camera and a 10 kg battery pack?
That is a conservation of momentum problem. Momentum is mass times velocity. The momentum of the thrown TV is 1kg * 10 m/s 10 kgm/s. The astronaut plus the battery pack he is still holding have a combined mass of 100 kg and have to gain 10 kgm/s of momentum in the opposite direction. So we write an equation: 10 kgm/s (90+10)kg * V m/s And solve for the unknown velocity V 10100V 10/100V 1/10V 0.1 m/s The astronaut and battery pack together speed up by 0.1 m/s Then do the same with the battery momentum10 kg * 7 m/s 70 kgm/s The 90 kg astronaut will gain 70 kgm/s of momentum in the opposite direction. 70 90 * V 70 / 90 V 7/9 V 0.77777 V m/s So the astronaut speeds up another 0.777 m/s to end up with a final velocity of 0.1 + 0.777 0.87777 m/s.
Q:PHYSICS HELP PLEASE A 90 kg astronaut floating out in space is carrying a 1.0 kg TV camera and a 10 kg battery?
The key here is to remember that momentum is conserved. Momentum is mass times velocity. Are you sure you've got the masses right, surely the TV camera is heavier than the battery pack? Since (relative to each other), neither astronaut, nor camera nor battery is moving, the total momentum can be taken to be zero. So after throwing the camera away, the total momentum should be zero m/s. That means the astronaut should have equal momentum in magnitude, but opposite in direction, to the camera. Let's take the direction the camera was thrown in to be negative. Then the momentum of the camera after it is released is (1.0 kg)(-18 m/s) -18 kg m/s. So the momentum after discarding the camera must be 18 kg m/s. Dividing by the mass of the astronaut (plus battery pack, as he's still got it at this point), which is 100 kg, gives an increase in speed of 0.18 m/s. Now we do the same thing with the battery pack. Since, relative to each other, neither are moving, we can say that the total momentum before releasing it is zero, so the total momentum after releasing it must be zero also. The momentum of the battery pack, since it is thrown in the negative direction also, is (10 kg)(-11 m/s) -110 kg m/s. Therefore the total momentum of the astronaut must increase by 110 kg m/s also, and dividing by the mass of the astronaut (90 kg) gives a speed increase of 1.22 m/s.
Q:Can I mix different milliamp hour batteries of the same size in a battery pack?
very confusing factor. search at yahoo or google. that will could actually help!
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Location Guangdong,China (Mainland)
Year Established 2009
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Main Markets North America 25%
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Western Europe 35%
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