Hyperion G7 2S Si-Graphene 50C LiPo Battery w/JST (7.4V/300mAh)

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HP-G750C0300S2SV-JST
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Hyperion, the leader in quality Lithium batteries for almost two decades, has just released a Lithium battery like none other; the Hyperion G7 4.2V Standard-Voltage Silicon-Graphene Pack performs at a whole new level, after more than two years of R&D the future is here.

Hyperionís proprietary Si-Graphene chemistry ensures that your G7 SV pack will have higher cycle-life and longevity than the other standard chemistry LiPo in the market. Our Si-Graphene additive has been shown to be less prone to puffing than standard Silicon-only LiPo packs, meaning you can finally invest in a battery that will last hundreds of cycles.

This 2017 G7 Silicon-Graphene chemistry unleashes a new-era of potential for all your RC applications, such as Model Aircraft, Quad Racing, 3D Aerobatics, and even suit DIY Projects, Robotics or Industrial applications.

Features:
Proprietary Si-Graphene formula increases cycle-life and longevity
Stable formula, less prone to puffing
Low internal resistance, means cooler running batteries
70C High discharge rate, ability to provide current under-load
Fast charging up to 5C~6C rate
Standard voltage compatible with 4.2V chargers
Capable of 500+ Cycle-life

Specifications:
Capacity @4.2V:
300mah
Voltage: 2S, 7.4v nominal
Discharge Rate: 50Cmax (50C burst, 25~30C continuous)
Charge Rate: 6C maximum, 5C recommended
Weight: 21g
Dimensions: 36 x 20 x 16mm
Power Connector: JST
Balance Connector: JST-XH

NOTE:

  • *ISO 9001 Quality Control to provide the excellent cycle life and consistency from pack to pack for which Hyperion is well known.
  • **Continuous C-Rate for 100% rated capacity delivery is 1/2 C-Max rate.
  • These are SV (Standard Voltage) Lipos, always ensure your charger settings to standard 4.2v. Overcharging may cause risk of fire and damage to self/others and property.


This product was added to our catalog on July 13, 2018.