Batteries often look similar to each other But the difference is the chemical part inside. Tattu ′s batteries Chemie is specially developed for UAV requirements.
Gens Ace is one of the top rank battery corporations with deep research and manufacturing on NIMH, LI-PO, LI-FE by the effort of 200 professional engineers and technicians with 20 years exquisite battery technology. The Gens Ace brand holds the traditional concept of “excellent quality”, “Optimization”& “Priority” on Sales & Services. All batteries are tailored for various scales of the RC Models such as electronic cars, nitro cars, airplanes, vessels and also other models, toys, electric tools, electric bikes, electric autos, digital products etc.
– Stable automatic stacking technology enables single-cell capacities of 2500mAh
– Provides stable voltage until the end of your mission.
– Specially adapted to each UAV type.
– High according to capacity/weight.
– Standard JST-XHR-3P Balance Plug + Equipped with industry-standard JR-3P Plug
– Capacity: 2500mAh
– Voltage: 7.4V / 2S2P / 4 Cell
– Weight: 97.5g
– Size: 57mm x 30mm x 30.3mm (L x W x H)
– Connector Type: JST-XHR-3P
GensAce batteries provide high quality, reliable power for your Multirotor FPV or Aircraft.
1.Your orders will be dispatched via FedEx from the USA directly.
2.Fast shipping and excellent local after-sale service guaranteed in the USA.
3.Service-priority in the online shop, like the long warranty period and the lower price. We do offer a 90-day-warranty after your order date.
4.Energy Density:Specially adapted to each UAV type and RC car/boat/heli type. Very High according to capacity/weight. In fact, we are specialists in High Power Lipo Batteries. It is our unique technology, the highest power of our battery is 100C. Another technology is our batteries are able to be stably discharged simultaneously
5.Low IR: Provides stable voltage until the end of your mission
6.Safety: Gens Ace and its’ partners fulfill the ISO9001, ISO14001, standards
7.See the battery instruction to the link: Lipo Battery Guide