Battery LiPo 3.7V 3000mAh 41012874
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Large LiPo battery with high capacity and high discharge current. The battery has built-in protection against over-charge and short-circuit. The connector is a standard JST PH 2.0mm.

* Charge voltage: 4.2V

* Nominal voltage: 3.7V

* Cut-off voltage: 3.0V

* Max charge current: 3000mAh

* Max discharge current: 3000mAh

* Impedence: 60mOhm (at 1kHz)

* Working temperature: -25 to +60°C

* Dimensions: 135 x 45 x 5mm

* Weight: 68g

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