This receiver battery is ready fitted with a JR Universal connector.
|Dimensions (mm)||51 x 54 x 14|
The 2000mAh 4.8V flat NiMH battery is part of Overlander's Panasonic Eneloop AA range. Eneloop cells are the top choice for high capacity and high drain rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride battery applications. With an exceptional retention rate of up to 90% after one year of storage and up to 70% over a five year span, it's no wonder why these packs remain a firm favourite amongst users. The shelf life of Eneloop batteries is amazing; there really is no need to worry about a cycle charge with this collection. Supporting up to 2100 cycles, these Panasonic Eneloop batteries are sure to withstand the test of time! They are fully operational in temperatures as low as -20℃ and have absolutely no memory effect! Everything you need, these batteries are sure to cater for.
NiMH batteries provide the perfect starting point for beginners or users who are unsure of lithium. NiMH packs provide huge power and durability for high drain applications. They are most commonly used in receivers and transmitters and give exceptional results and running times. The NiMH chemistry is improving by the day; they are effortlessly maintained with easy management and care. These key features make these rechargeable batteries an extremely popular choice.
All our NiMH packs are manufactured using pure nickel tabs that are either double or treble tagged. The gold pins within the plugs make for perfect contact with the application which, when working in conjunction with the multi-strand silicone leads, are able to carry high currents. This ensures no power is lost through the interaction, so your packs provide full power throughout use.
Overlander's UK-based factory facilitates ultrasonic and capacitor resistance welding machinery. Having advanced equipment ensures that all of our highly trained operatives create the most efficient and precise NiMH battery packs to suit all of your applications.
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|Chemistry||Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)|