In this review, I tested some popular 6S LiPo batteries for racing drones and mini quads, comparing their performance including capacity, discharge rate, and internal resistance.
4S LiPo is currently the standard battery cell count for FPV mini quads and racing drones. As we are all continuously striving for more performance in our quadcopters, 6S setups might be a better option, or not?
There are many ways to power FPV Goggles for longer battery life. In this article I will show you the different ways and batteries and explain the pro’s and con’s.
In this post I will test various 18650 Li-Ion batteries and decide which one is the best 18650 battery for low current application. For example, powering equipment in drone racing and FPV, such as your FPV Goggles and radio transmitters.
The Tattu 2S 2500mAh LiPo battery is designed to be used on Fatshark FPV goggles. In this review we will take a close look and test its performance.
iSDT, the company that makes my favorite LiPo charger, the SC-620, recently released a very fancy battery checker, the BG-8S. I decided to get one and see what’s special about it.
C rating is one of the most important factors to consider when buying LiPo batteries. In this tutorial we will explain what C rating is and how it’s calculated.
Over-discharging your LiPo battery can lead to permanent battery degradation or even damage, therefore it’s important to monitor your battery voltage while flying quadcopter and know when to land. In this article we will explain how you can monitor your battery usage in a drone.
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.
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.