|Mar 08, 2014, 08:00 AM|
Joined Feb 2001
Turnigy vs Rhino 1500
I need some 3s 1500 batteries and would like some opinions. Has anyone measured the IR on both of these? Has anyone flown either?
This is for a park flyer that averages 4 amps for a flight and less that 10 amps static with a full charge.
|Mar 09, 2014, 06:54 AM|
With an average discharge rate of under 3C and a max. at 6C I would not be all that concerned. One is rated 35C and other 25C and either should manage 10C without any major issues and besides at $10-$12 you could purchase two or three of each and get first hand information. My WAG is that the Rhino's specs are the most accurate and there have been many happy / loyal Rhino users for years now.
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