While reviewing Diatone’s new micro racing drone, I found they integrated the current sensor in the XT30 connector (LiPo battery connector). I think that’s an interesting idea and I have to share it with you guys.
Parallel charging allows you to charge multiple LiPo batteries at once using a single charger. Parallel charging is a more effective and faster way of charging your batteries, and it allows you to go out and fly more often, which is what this is all about.
As a quadcopter pilot, it’s important to know when to land as flying too long can result in over-discharging your LiPo battery and even permanently damaging them.
There are many ways to determine the best time to land, in this article we will discuss the pros and cons of these methods and what you should use.
In this article we will talk about the ways of how to charge LiPo batteries in the field where there is no electricity.
Vcanz-Power recently sent us their latest 4S LiPo batteries – 1350mah 75C and 95C, and 1550mah 75C. In this review we will test them on a mini quad and compare their performance to some well known brands in the market.
Looking for recommendation of 4S LiPo batteries for 5″ and 6″ FPV mini quad? In this article we revealed some of the best batteries recommended by the community in April 2017.
The inevitable question for RC hobbyists is how to get rid of old or damaged LiPo (Lithium polymer battery). There are tons of videos online showing how dangerous LiPo batteries can be if not handled correctly, causing explosions and fire. In this guide we will show you how to dispose damaged and old LiPo batteries safely.
Hans Turpyn, a group member of Multicopter International Facebook Group showed me how he fix damaged/defective LiPo batteries by combining the good cells.
We have been hearing good things about LiHV batteries, which is reportedly better than traditional LiPo, especially for mini quad racing. I ran some tests and tried to find out which battery is better.