[chbot] LiPo 1200mAh 3.7V

Henri Shustak henri.shustak at gmail.com
Mon Aug 3 03:53:21 BST 2020


I am heavily into FPV as such, I may have some LiPo’s you can grab. They mostly have XT-60 connectors. But they can be easily changed to JST connectors if you have some of those on hand.

Are you after 1S,2S,3S,4S,6S etc? If you are after 6S (about 25V when fully charged), then I have some. If you are after 3S I may have some but maybe not sufficient mah rating (maybe you could link one or two in parallel?

Let me know more about what your after or email direct with a phone number and we can have a chat.

I did order some JST connectors a while back. However, I do not think they ever showed up :( Hopefully you have some.


> On 31/07/2020, at 3:51 PM, Stephen Irons <stephen at irons.nz> wrote:
> I am looking for a few (2--5) LiPo batteries, around 1200 mAh 3.7 V with 2 mm JST connector, size about 50 x 35 x 7 mm.
> The BOM calls for https://nicegear.nz/product/lithium-ion-polymer-battery-1200mah but they are out of stock with no ETA -- they seem to be tricky to bring into the country at this time.
> Spare lithum cells seem tricky to buy from overseas. We buy AA Li-ion batteries in pairs inside cheap-as torches (and throw away the garbage housing) so they are shipped as consumer items, rather than spare batteries. But I have not found an off-shore source for these LiPos in a consumer device.
> I have looked at a few online hobby shops -- drones often use small lipos -- but have not had any success.
> Fairly urgent (10--14 days is when other offshore items are arriving), and I am happy to pay for DHL or similar shipping, but if they are really not available in NZ, we will have to think of an alternative.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Stephen Irons
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