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Battery Help Question
#1

Hi can anyone help. 
I have this plane In the link below which requires the 11.1 4500 3S batteries.

Thing is I have none in this spec and about 10 batteries which are 11.1 2200 c25 3S battteries.

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/phantom-fpv-...tore=en_us&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImI6Bwunx8wIV1AkrCh3fBA0DEAAYASAAEgLPWfD_BwE&gclid=EAIaIQobChMImI6Bwunx8wIV1AkrCh3fBA0DEAAYASAAEgLPWfD_BwE


Can this plane be flown with my 11.1 2200 batteries or do I have to buy a 11.1v 3S 4500 battery?
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#2

Hi Danesh
The big Battery is for the long 30 min flight. Is the battery on the c of G?
Do you allready have a motor for it?

srl
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#3

Hi mate yes I do have it all just not this battery. Not looking to FPV on it more coastal soaring or flying in parramatta on super windy days like today.

Could I use my 2200 3 s 11.1 batteries here and just add weight?
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#4

Doish, it will fly with that battery, BUT you'll need to be conservative on the throttle because of the 30 amp esc when they recommend a 40c rated battery, but you'll find that that is at the upper throttle range for an extended length of time.
I would suggest that you fly with a basic battery checker/alarm attached to the balance lead to make sure the amps are not pulling your battery down a lot on full throttle on take off.

Todd

Gravity sucks, or should I say, is the downfall of all things flying. It's the way it's controlled that makes the end memorable or not.
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#5

Thanks Todd appreciated.

So then if I use my 11.1 2200 40-65c batteries in this plane would I be ok and it’s just a weight difference?

Thanks again
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#6

With a 1000kv motor it will be fine. As with all aircraft check the C of G before test flying.
Also consider how you are going to launch it.
Having your hand in front of the prop is not allowed.

srl
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