Admiral 3600mAh 4S 40C LiPo Battery with T Connector - EPR36004
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.
- 10 AWG wire
- T Connector
- JST/XH Balance Connector, the most common balance plug on the market which is compatible with most Li-Po chargers
378g / 13.33oz
121mm / 4.76in
38mm / 1.49in
38mm / 1.49in
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.
same as all lipo batteries. Never know when a cell will go junk. Hope this one will last for some time.
The Admiral LiPo sold by Motion RC are my first choice in Batteries. They seem not to swell and I particularly like their new balance connector. Plus it doesn’t take forever to get your order.
I had hoped to use my existing 4S3300 packs in my Freewing Rebel V2, but they were just a little long. This 4S3600 is shorter and fits perfectly in the battery compartment! The additional nearly 10% capacity over the 3300 gives me a little bit longer flight time as well. Chuck
I love Admiral batteries. So far I have never had one puff on me and the always to deplete with balanced cells, unlike other brands I have used.
Received battery with one cell bad first time ordered this product motion took care of problem outstanding thanks
Lots of power... Hope it last a long time.. :-) ...
Fantastic battery along with great price and ship times. Will definitely buy more soon.
Arrived on time. Charge was at 50% as expected (storage charge). Accepted full charge without a problem and powered the plane (Freewing Rebel V2 EDF) without incident.