VP Racing Battery 9.6V 3300mAh Ni-MH Block Battery

VP Racing Battery
Product code: 8VP3300SC-H-T1
£18.99
  • 9.6v 8S
  • 3300mAh
  • Block Battery

A must have battery for any avid RC user or Airsofter that requires enough power to last all day of full auto or a full weekend Milsim. 

Full description

Description

Ideal for rifles with a large stock or an external battery carry pouch, this huge battery can be counted on to last the full days' skirmish. The battery comes standard on a Large Tamiya connector but we can change this for you upon request to small or a Deans. With a 9.6v and 3300mAh output this is an excellent battery to give you confidence that your gun will keep on firing all day long without cutting out due to loss of power. For those that run LMGs, this battery is a must have; if you don't own a large stock that can carry this battery then there's nothing stopping you from strapping it to an external battery bag.

Features:

  • 9.6v NiMH
  • 3300mAh
  • 8 x cells
  • Approx. 17.4cm x 4.5cm x 2.5cm
  • Approx. 12cm cable
  • Large Tamiya connector

Package Includes:

  • 9.6V 3300mAh Ni-MH  Block Battery

Special Instructions:

When charging any type of battery please make sure that it is done in a fire safe environment, and you are using the correct charger. This type of battery is a Ni-Mh Battery, and as such requires an Ni-MH Battery Charger. We recommend that all 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. 17.4cm
Product Height
Approx. 2.5cm
Product Width
Approx. 4.5cm

Battery Specification

Battery Type
Ni-Mh
Battery Configuration
Block
Battery Connector
Patrol Base | Icon | Large Tamiya
Large Tamiya
Battery Voltage
9.6V
Battery Amperage
3300mAh
Battery Cell Count
8
Battery Cell Voltage
1.2V
Battery Cell Height
2.5cm
Battery Wire Length
13.5cm

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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