Admiral 2200mAh 4S 14.8V 35C LiPo Battery with T Connector
Admiral 2200mAh 4S 35C LiPo Battery with T Connector - EPR22004
Motion RC gave this new generation of Admiral LiPo batteries a significant upgrade in mid 2017 with the goal of providing superior reliability and performance. Admiral LiPo battery packs feature reasonably low internal resistance, factory sorted and matched cells, and the power to help your planes perform their best. All of this comes with a significant boost in reliability. We've tested these batteries in all of our planes and had great results.
- 12 AWG wire
- T Connector
- JST/XH Balance Connector, the most common balance plug on the market which is compatible with most Li-Po chargers
226g and 7.9oz
107mm / 4.21in
34 mm / 1.33in
29 mm / 1.14in
Number of Cells
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
2200mah 4cell 35c lipo
Hot little battery.Have it in the small F-18 Hornet works great.
Very good product and company.
4S 2200 mAh Admiral Lipo
Delivery time was quick. Lipo packs hold voltage well, providing longer flight times than what was being obtained from another make of 4S 2200 mAh packs.
Admiral 2200mAh 4S 14.8V 35C Lipo
Awesome battery for the money for sure. I have it powering my Flite Test F4U Corsair.
Bought these for the avios c130. So far no problems
4S 2200MAH RC Plane Battery
Bought this for a Dynam BF 109 with a BM3720A-KV500 Brushless Outrunner motor. Runs great with about an 8 min flight time. Leaves an average of 20% remaining charge.
Perfect for V900
I have 5 of them. It fits my Eflite V900 perfect. Use them in my Eflite pitts 980mm as well. Barely warm after agressive flying. I belive the C rating on admiral batteries are accurite(unlike many other brands)
Very good batterys
Admiral 2200 4 cell
Works great. Just ordered another one today.
Motion RC has a new European website
Go there instead?