VP Racing Battery 11.1v 800mAh 20C LiPo Stick Battery

VP Racing Battery
Product code: VTLP103A
£11.49
  • 800mAh
  • Stick Battery
  • 11.1v 3S LiPo

A high quality 800mAh 11.1V LiPo battery suitable for Airsoft and RC use. This is a single stick type battery will fit into most Airsoft AEG hand guards or stocks and stock tubes.

Full description

Description

This battery is highly compact and is ideal for stock tubes and other tight battery spaces where an 11.1v battery is required to turn over the gearbox, or if you have a high rate of fire build that has appropriate upgrades to be able to run an 11.1v battery safely. Please bear in mind that the capacity is quite small on these batteries, so particularly if you have a very high rate of fire weapon you will require at least two of these batteries for a days' play.

7.4v 1300mAh 35C PEQ LiPo Battery Dimensions

Features:

  • Lithium Polymer
  • 11.1v
  • 20c rating
  • 800mAh
  • ~10cm cable
  • Stick type battery
  • Ideal for high speed weapons
  • Ideal for compact battery spaces

Package Includes:

  • 11.1v 800mAh 20C LiPo Stick Battery
  • Instruction Manual

Special Instructions:

Please ensure that your Airsoft weapon is built for 11.1v batteries. If your weapon is not rated for such a high voltage it can damage or break your weapon. Please check beforehand to avoid any damage.

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:

Please note that we only recommend that this battery be used in Highly upgraded guns, and as such we cannot provide a warranty on any gun which has had an 11.1v battery used on it. The only gun we recommend you use an 11.1v LiPo out of the box is the ASG - Scorpion Evo.

Please do not let the battery fully discharge before recharging, this will damage the battery, please use a LiPo Alarm to check the Charge of the Battery before use, and stop if the Rate of Fire Drops. To charge the battery you MUST use a Li-Po Battery Charger, as overcharging can cause damage to the unit.

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 more 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

Product Length
Approx. 10.2cm
Product Height
Approx. 2.4cm
Product Width
Approx. 2.3cm
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
Stick
Battery Connector
Patrol Base | Icon | Mini Tamiya
Mini Tamiya
Battery Voltage
11.1V
Battery Amperage
800mAh
Battery Discharge Rate
20
Battery Cell Count
3
Battery Cell Voltage
3.7V
Battery Cell Height
2.4cm
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.