Spektrum Li-Po Receiver Pack 6000Mah 2S 7.4v

Brand: Spektrum

Part Number: SPMB6000LP

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Spektrum Li-Po Receiver Pack 6000Mah 2S Features:

  • Perfect for giant-scale aircraft and model jets that use multiple high-current servos
  • Easy-to-use EC3 connector works directly with the AR9100 9-channel receiver and the VR6010 high-current voltage regulator
  • Provides the highest capacity per weight ratio of any available LiPo
  • Built to military specs for maximum performance and reliability
  • The next generation in aircraft power systems

Spektrum Li-Po Receiver Pack 6000Mah 2S Specifications:

  • Battery Application: Receiver Pack
  • Battery Type: LiPo
  • Capacity: 5000 + mAh
  • Configuration: 2S
  • Connector Type: EC3 with Balance Lead
  • Height: 1.5 in (37mm)
  • Length: 2.7 in (69mm)
  • Maximum Burst Discharge : 18C
  • Maximum Continuous Current : 30A
  • Maximum Continuous Discharge : 12C
  • Number of Cells: 6
  • Voltage: 7.4V
  • Weight: 8.6 oz (243 g)
  • Width: 2.0 in (49mm)
  • Wire Gauge: 16AWG
  • Brand: Spektrum
  • Part No: SPMB6000LP
  • Voltage: 7.4v
  • Chemistry: LiPo

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