mini quad batteries

Discussion in 'Newb Guides' started by holtneil, Jun 19, 2015.

  1. holtneil

    holtneil Well-Known Member Moderator

    Gramps and ringolong like this.
  2. GJH105775

    GJH105775 Avid Linux User, and U.S. Air Force 1C6 Moderator

    Great video. This looks very helpful
  3. Bruce Wyche

    Bruce Wyche New Member

    Very good video! Add safety info. Is it true high C batteries would be more dangerous/fragile than others ?
    Thanks again, I learned plenty.
  4. GJH105775

    GJH105775 Avid Linux User, and U.S. Air Force 1C6 Moderator

    What do you mean by that? Usually they are better made.
  5. hddrone

    hddrone Member

    Great video, thanks.
  6. Elitecrew78

    Elitecrew78 New Member

    Instead of making a new thread, quick question in here please. I have a Skytech m68r ( it's my nephews ) I see different size of batteries that are available. Example 3.7 V 500mhz, 3.7 V 700 MHz. I was just wondering. Can I use a 3.7V 1000mhz without blowing any parts inside the drone. It's basically as you've guessed, for longer flying time.

    Thanks in advance.
  7. RENOV8R

    RENOV8R Well-Known Member

    You can, but you're basically doubling the weight. I've done this and it just turned the quad into a flying slug. Plus you'll have to account for the much larger size
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  8. Elitecrew78

    Elitecrew78 New Member

    Thanks for the reply. The battery is basically the same size, maybe a few cm's bigger, so weight shouldn't be an issue. I'm kind of looking to over clock the drone in anyway possible, it's my nephews but I'll be messing around with it. Also is it true - the little four motors and blades changed can help with flight time and speed.

    Again thanks in advance.

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