# How important is C rating on LiPo?

## How important is C rating on LiPo?

The C rating for a LiPo battery, quite simply, refers to the capacity of energy the battery can safely discharge, represented as a multiple of its overall capacity. A battery that has a higher C rating delivers more energy, and that means higher performance. That’s the same capacity and twice the amp draw.

## How do you calculate Lipo battery charge?

To determine this number, take the mAh rating of your pack and divide it by 1000. If your batteries allow for a higher charge rate (1C-5C is the general range) simply take the numbers you came to calculating your 1C rate and multiply it by that factor.

## How C rate affect the cell life?

At higher current(C) rates, although the overpotential is high and the corresponding internal resistance might seem to increase, the cell temperature would rise at such higher C rates which will eventually lead to decrease in internal resistance.

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## What is C rating LiPo?

The C rating for a LiPo battery, quite simply, refers to the capacity of energy the battery can safely discharge, represented as a multiple of its overall capacity. A battery that has a higher C rating delivers more energy, and that means higher performance. That’s the same capacity and twice the amp draw.

## How deep can you discharge AGM battery?

You can discharge it until it won’t even light a few LEDs, but you’ll shorten the life of the battery dramatically. It’s a good rule of thumb with AGMs that you should not discharge them to less than about 12.2v which is about 1/2 the rated capacity.

## What does 2S LiPo mean?

Voltage / Cell Count This is sometimes why you will hear people talk about a “2S” battery pack – it means that there are 2 cells in Series. So a two-cell (2S) pack is 7.4V, a three-cell (3S) pack is 11.1V, and so on. In the early days of LiPo batteries, you might have seen a battery pack described as “2S2P”.

## Why is LiPo better than NiMH?

The weight/power ratio in LiPo batteries is significantly better. LiPo batteries are noticeably lighter and they can store the same amount or more energy relative to their capacity than NiMH batteries. The power output of LiPo batteries is greater in quality and quantity.

## Can I use 11.1 v battery instead of 7.4 v airsoft?

These batteries come in two common flavors, 7.4v and 11.1v. 7.4v is perfectly safe for stock guns to use, but we suggest you do some research before using an 11.1v. More or less just a different kind of battery. Some people like to use them, but they are mostly uncommon in the airsoft world.

## How long does a 9.6 v battery last?

9.6v nickel metal hydride batteries have 8 cells and a single plug wire which is used for both charging or powering your airsoft gun. The capacity is 1600mah which is good for over 1000+ shots if fully charged and used on a stock gun.

## What is the C rating of a 18650?

C rating for a 18650 battery is usually 1C, this means that we can consume a maximum of 2.85A from the battery. This is because (Ah rating * C rating) gives us the maximum current that can be sucked out from the battery.

## What does 15C on a LiPo battery mean?

Short answer – C rating is the discharge rate of the battery. Examples. 1000mah 10C battery will “safely” discharge continuously at 10A. 1000mah 15C – 15A. 1000mah 20C – 20A.

## What does 5C charge rate mean?

It is the amp hour of the battery packs. While most are familiar with the milliamps, the amp hour is that number divided by 1000. So for a 5000mAh battery, 1C would be 1(5) or a 5 amp rate, 2C would be 2(5) or a 10 amp rate, and 5C would be a 25 amp rate.

## What is rate capability?

A cell with high rate capability is able to generate a considerable amount of power, that is, it suffers from little polarization (voltage loss) even at high current loads. In contrast, a low rate-capability cell has the opposite behavior.

## What is battery C10 rate?

Charging and Discharging Rates C10 = Z (also written as C10 = xxx) means that the battery capacity is Z when the battery is discharged in 10 hours. The discharge rate when discharging the battery in 10 hours is found by dividing the capacity by the time. Therefore, C/10 is the charge rate.