|Jul 02, 2012, 03:51 AM|
Australia, VIC, Warrnambool
Joined Feb 2012
TX battery help - Eurgle 9x & Dragonlink
I have an eurgle 9x radio and have been using a life 1500mah 9.9v battery from new. It works fine. No complaints.
I now have a dragonlink UHF running off the pins when i remove the 2.4ghz module. It works fine too.
But im looking at getting the best battery solution for running these two.
I have read some people use a 3s lipo, turnigy have 2650mah packs, some say great, some say too much voltage. I've also read some people use sanyo eneloop nimh packs too, much safer and still 2000-2500mah.
What battery do u guys recommend using to run the TX & Dragonlink.. Id like the longest lasting option between charges, so as to not run into unexpected dramas in the field.
Thanks in advance
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