NUPROL EXTREME 7.4v 3300mAh 30C Crane LiPo Battery

NUPROL
Code: 8064
£39.99
  • 3300mAh
  • 7.4v 2S LiPo
  • Crane Battery


    A 7.4v LiPo battery with an eye-watering 3300mAh, designed to fit in crane stocks on Airsoft 6mm BB AEGs, and offering players an incredibly long charge-life. 

    Full description

    Description

    The Battery is a Lithium Polymer (LiPo) type battery, which allows for the best power to size ratio available in battery today. This battery stands out from the rest of the NUPROL Battery range thanks to its high Milliamp Hour Rating (mAh) allowing you to use the battery for longer before having to recharge it. The battery is built in a Crane Stock configuration, also known as a Butterfly Configuration, making it great for Stocks or in Handguards where each cell can be placed in different areas to make the batteries. This is the perfect purchase for any Airsoft Skirmisher who wants a battery that will go the extra mile, and for those who have enough space in their Stock to store this battery.

    Features:

    • 7.4v LiPo
    • 3300mAh capacity
    • Part of NUPROL's Extreme range
    • 30C rating
    • 2 x long / wide LiPo cells
    • Perfect for M4/15/16 crane stock with plenty of battery space
    • Lasts longer than other batteries between charge at the cost of size
    • 30C 60A Continuous / 120A Max Burst

    Package Includes:

    • EXTREME 7.4v 3300mAh 30C Crane LiPo Battery
    • Instruction Manual

    Special Instructions:

    When using your LiPo battery ensure that it does not fully discharge, otherwise you may damage or destroy your battery, if you feel that your rate of fire is decreasing then stop using your battery immediately. Battery levels can be checked by plugging a LiPo Alarm into your battery.

    Safety Precautions:

    Never leave Li-Po charging unattended - Always monitor the charging process of your Li-Po so that you can react immediately to any potential problems. If your batteries start to balloon or swell up discontinue charging / discharging. Before and after the use of your Li-Po batteries, inspect them to ensure there is no physical damage or swelling as those are signs of an imminent failure. 

    Only use approved Li-Po chargers. Do not pierce or disassemble the battery. The charging current should not be ore than 1.0c as charging at a higher current may damage the cell or even lead to overheating or leakage. Stop charging immediately when temperature is over 45°C, and stop using the battery once the temperature is over 60°C.

    We recommend that all LiPo batteries be charged in a fire resistant location, and inside a Fire Proof bag, such as the VP Racing Battery Giant Power LI-PO GUARD Charging Bag.


    Specification

    General

    Patrol Base - Warning Icon
    Warnings
    Li-Po - Never Leave Charging Unattended
    Li-Po - Only Use Approved Chargers
    Li-Po - Charge in a Fire Safe Area

    Battery Specification

    Battery Type
    Li-Po
    Battery Configuration
    Crane
    Battery Connector
    Patrol Base | Icon | Mini Tamiya
    Mini Tamiya
    Battery Voltage
    7.4V
    Battery Amperage
    3300mAh
    Battery Discharge Rate
    30
    Battery Cell Count
    2
    Battery Cell Voltage
    3.7V
    Battery Wire Length
    10cm

    Size guide

    Airsoft Battery should only be charged with the chargers as they are specifically designed to work with the specific voltages required by the battery.

    Different battery types have different chemical configurations, and require certain chargers to charge them. Charging a battery with the wrong charger can cause damage to the battery and charger, and can cause fires and further damage. Please ensure that before charging you double check that you are using the correct charger.

    If your charger supports multiple battery types always ensure that it is on the correct settings before starting the charge.

    If you are unsure of what battery or charger you have please get in touch with us via the Contact Us Page.


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