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Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) Battery for robotic applications. It can give great instantaneous discharge current upto 55A. Very light weight and small size compared to Ni-Cd, Ni-MH and Lead acid batteries. Very long life without loosing charging capacity. Weights just 184 gm.
Very Small in size and weight compared to Ni-Cd, Ni-MH and Lead Acid Batteries
Full Charge in 180 minutes with special charger
Long life with full capacity for upto 1000 charge cycles
3X Li-Po 3.7V 2200mAh cells (3S1P)
Discharge Current: 25*2200maH = 55Amp
Max Charging Current: 1A
Compatible Chargers(Not Included)
IMAX B3 BATTERY CHARGER
Precautions, Usage & Warranty
Li-Ion batteries are very sensitive and can get damaged easily and permanently if not used properly. Charging batteries with non standard chargers will ensure reduction in battery life and efficiency. We strongly recommend to charge battery with our chargers or only standard chargers designed to charge Li-Ion batteries. If the batteries are drained beyond their discharge capacity they will get heated and will get damaged permanently. Each battery is rated for discharge current. If the battery is rated at 2000mAH, 2C it means that it can discharge 4 Ampere (2000ma x 2) current at max. If the load is above 4A the battery will heat up and loose its efficiency to store charge over a period. Over discharging of battery may also create problem. If the voltage of battery reduces to 3.5V per cell (i.e. 10.5V or below for 12.4V battery) the battery is considered discharged. If still battery is connected the battery may get damaged.
In all above problems warranty is not valid. Still if the battery is having some genuine problem like it doesn’t get charged we may consider to replace it.
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Though most shoppers still purchase products in brick and mortar stores, online shopping continues to grow by leaps and bounds. The ease and convenience of pointing and clicking for the things we want – of which there is seemingly an infinite supply on the net – is unmatched by any “real life” shopping experience. The deals aren’t bad, either.
But one of the more annoying aspects of shopping online is having to pay for delivery. For many people, paying for delivery costs is a deal breaker, one that prevents them from fully converting to online commerce.
No one enjoys paying money to wait a week or more for the purchased products to arrive at their destination. Someone who goes into a store can instantly grab the product, pay, and walk out the door. If the customer wants his or her items quicker, like overnight, be prepared to pay an arm and a leg. Pointing and clicking online is fun, but no one enjoys paying for the privilege to wait for the items to arrive.
No one likes to pay extra money on top of the product’s cost, for that matter. Sometimes the total cost can be cheaper than buying the product in real stores if the buyer gets a great discount, but often the shipping represents a significant extra expense. This is especially true if the product is large, heavy, or originating from a distant place.
Worst of all, sometimes customers pay for shipping, only to receive damaged or missing goods at the other end. Whether this is the fault of the sender or the delivery service is unimportant. Worse still if the items never even arrive at their destination. If someone steals the package from a doorstep, it’s often difficult to prove otherwise. There’s nothing worse than paying for shipping and having that service fall through.
The final problem with paying for delivery is dealing with returns. If the product turns out to be defective, or if the customer simply doesn’t like it, he or she often has to pay return shipping fees out of pocket. This is in contrast to a normal store – if the product isn’t right, simply return it, free of charge. With online shipping, however, not only does the customer need to pay the delivery cost, he or she needs to pay the return costs as well! Double dipping on shipping can sour a customer’s experience.