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Please be aware that this product can only be shipped to the following countries: Austria, Germany (except Wellpower-CHECK), Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, United Kingdom, Croatia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Hungary!

RO-Power EVO Lithium batteries with hybrid RS-construction technology and superfine carrier materials.

Cell matching "guarantees not only a balanced and long-lasting performance, but also excellent and stable performance over the entire lifetime. RO-Power EVO cells have a standard nominal voltage of 3.7 volts and a maximum charging voltage of 4.2 volts per cell, which makes them perfect for almost all applications in RC model making. RO-Power EVO batteries are characterized by excellent voltage at medium and high loading/unloading currents such as 3D airplanes, FPV drone races, 3D helicopters, etc. A JST "XH" system is used as balancer plug connection (except for versions without balancer connection).

Features:
  • Hybrid RS mounting technology
  • Superfine carrier materials
  • Cell matching / single cell selection
  • Rated voltage of 3.7 V at max. Charge of 4.2 V
  • V5 "V5" with 25C continuous load or 50C short term
  • V7 "V7" with 35C continuous load or 70C short term
  • Very stable performance
  • Stable and constant performance per cycle
  • ISO 9001 quality control



Technical data

Capacity 2100 mAh
Voltage 11,1 V
Weight 160 g
Type Lipoly
Form 3S
Discharge current 25(50)C
L/W/H [mm] 105/34/21
Connection XT-60
In 1924 Robert Becker (robbe) set up a small sawmill in the heart of Germany, which formed the germ-cell of brand today. At that time modelling was almost unknown, and did not feature in the activities of the young company, which initially concentrated on marketing a broad range of wooden products. After 1945 the first supplies of balsa wood were imported from South America for processing, and it was Hubert Becker, son of the company's founder, who was among the first to recognise the potential of this easily-worked timber in the field of modelling.

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