Recommendations for a LiPo battery

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Recommendations for a LiPo battery

I admit I don't know enough about these batteries yet.

 

Here is the info I have on the battery I need a back-up for:

 Can someone here point me in the direction of a descent battery that would be a capable back-up?
 
Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Turnigy has a bunch of good options, especially their graphene line.
Check out hobbyking.com.

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Enderman wrote:
Turnigy has a bunch of good options, especially their graphene line. Check out hobbyking.com.

 

Thank you kindly.

 

After a quick look,I will probably order one there when I have a little time to check them all out.

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species8472 wrote:

Enderman wrote:
Turnigy has a bunch of good options, especially their graphene line. Check out hobbyking.com.

 


Thank you kindly.


 


After a quick look,I will probably order one there when I have a little time to check them all out.


Here’s one example
https://hobbyking.com/en_us/graphene-2200mah-3s-45c-w-xt60.html?queryID=...
It’s 45C instead of 25C, but that’s a good thing, just means it’s more powerful than you need and can deliver more current if necessary.