Admiral Pro 4000mAh 6S 22.2V 60C LiPo Battery with EC5 Connector
Admiral Pro Series 4000mAh 6S 60C LiPo Battery with EC5 Connector - EPR40006PRO
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.
This is the perfect battery for the Freewing 80mm EDF jets. This LiPo pack has an EC5 connector to mate up with the EC5 ESC connector on the 80mm Freewing EDF jets without any soldering or changing connectors.
- 10 AWG wire
- EC5 Connector
- JST/XH Balance Connector, the most common balance plug on the market which is compatible with most Li-Po chargers
642g / 22.64oz
139mm / 5.47in
50mm / 1.96in
42mm / 1.65in
Number of Cells
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Lots of power
Excellent battery, light weight and powerful.
Admiral Pro 4000mAh 6S 22.2V 60C LiPo
Performing well so far.
Good quaulty battry
Good quaulty battery. Works great in my EDF models
Definitely feel more power than the admiral 4000 blue one
This is a great battery for high demands. I wish they had a 60c pro series in the 5000 mah size 6 cell, instead of only the regular 5000 mah 50c model. However, the Admiral 5000 mah 50c battery would probably work fine for my application.....
So far so good
I only have two flights on it but I am happy so far.
So far so good several charges. 3 ohms of resistance.
Very good last long time no puffing sold constant power and same duration
Motion RC has a new European website
Go there instead?