Admiral Pro 2500mAh 4S 14.8V 50C LiPo Battery with T Connector
Admiral Pro Series 2500mAh 4S 50C LiPo Battery with T Connector - EPR25004PRO
Motion RC's Admiral Pro series LiPo batteries are designed for customers seeking the ultimate in battery performance. Building upon the highly rated Admiral brand of LiPo batteries, Admiral Pro offer a higher continuous discharge rate and lower internal resistance. While the majority of our products are sufficiently powered by our standard Admiral batteries, we offer the Pro series for enthusiasts who are running high current draw devices or hobbyists who want a "top of the line" LiPo battery.
- 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
294g / 10.37oz
137mm / 5.39in
43mm / 1.69in
23mm / .90in
Number of Cells
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Admiral gold LiPo batteries are some of best on the market. Like all RC LiPo batteries they are way over priced.
Nice little LIPO
Came as promised, made good power.
Haven’t flown my warbird yet but at 50c and the size and weight they are fantastic, I can’t complain! Cells came matched nearly perfectly. And I own two packs.
Admiral Pro 4s 2500 50C
50+ flights on my edf F-18 64 mm, no puffing, lots of power, 4 minute flights. I should have gone to Admiral first instead of wasting money on cheaper HK’s that puffed up immediately.
Performs better than any other brand I've used
Darn good battery
These batteries are dependable and never, ever get puffy.
Bought this for my Rare Bear (or Bare Bear). Flies great, barely warm after flight. The larger connector on the balance lead is great to avoid tugging on wires.
Great battery, now I can use this in my FL FW-190 and the FL 1200mm Spitfire very reliable battery's.
4S Lipo 2500mAh
These run great, I'm running 2 in parallel in my P-38