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Description: This high discharge LiPo is a great way to power any R/C, robotic, or portable project. This is an excellent choice for anything that requires a small battery with a lot of punch. The voltage is low enough not to tax your regulating circuits, and the discharge rate is high enough to accommodate a lot of electronics and a few small motors.

The battery has two cells and outputs 7.4V storing 1000mAh of charge. Because this is a dual cell battery pack, a special charger is needed. This battery is not compatible with single cell chargers. A compatible charger is listed below.

Note: Due to the requirements of shipping these batteries, only two batteries can be shipped together at one time and orders may take longer to process and therefore do not qualify for same-day shipping. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Note: Care should be taken not to short circuit or overtax these batteries because they don’t have any built-in protection circuit.


  • 7.4V 2-cell pack
  • 1000mAh of charge
  • 25C continuous discharge rate
  • JST-XH charge plug
  • Dean’s Connector discharge plug

Dimensions: 70mm x 35mm x 18mm

Weight: 85g (2.99oz)



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Customer Comments

  • I’m looking for 11.1V Lipo battery , but it’s out of stock , where can i find it ?

  • Just FYI guys, when they say “no protection circuit” that includes undervoltage protection. I accidentally left one of these packs connected to a prototype and managed to discharge the entire pack down to 2.2V! The poor thing was so swollen it actually broke out of the black plastic they’re wrapped in! It was seriously twice the size of a normal pack.

    I figured there was no fixing it, so I cut the cords off and properly disposed of it. I made the assumption there would be under-voltage protection at the very least; don’t make my mistake! If you’re planning to run these batteries raw on an Arduino or some other type of MCU, hook the output to a voltage divider and monitor it in software; once the battery hits 6V have your system turn everything off and go into the deepest sleep mode it can. This is the bare minimum I would recommend with these types of batteries.

    I’m now working on a nice little protection circuit that will monitor these packs with a chip from TI and then shutoff the output (via a FET) when the voltage gets too low.

    TL;DR: These packs have no under-voltage protection and can be discharged down to a point that permanently damages them. Be careful!

  • “Note: Care should be taken not to short circuit or overtax these batteries because they don’t have any built-in protection circuit.”

    A protection circuit might make for a good tutorial.

  • I can’t find a charger compatible with this battery. Can someone please help me?

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