UDI Battery Connector Type?

Discussion in 'Newb Guides' started by AHod39, Dec 30, 2016.

  1. AHod39

    AHod39 New Member

    Hey guys! Just received my first RC quadcopter for Christmas, the U818A HD+ FPV and it has been a blast learning how to fly. It seems like great value and it's only taken me a few days to get comfortable flying the thing.

    The stock battery is a 350 MaH 3.7v LiPo x2 (I think 2S for a total of 700 MaH), that gives you about 7-9 mins flying time depending on if you are using the camera or not. I am curious about using a higher capacity battery, I see some out there that are a similar size at more MaH that I want to try. Most of the 2S batteries are also 7.4v instead of 3.7v.

    My problem is that UDI seems to have some kind of proprietary connector for their batteries/ESC. Attached is a link to the batteries I use HERE . Does anyone know the name of this connector? I need to use some kind of adapter or solder on the appropriate end, as the other batteries I'm looking at come with a more common "JST" style connector. Let me know how you think it is best to achieve the goal. Hoping I don't have to cut a connector of an existing smaller battery!
  2. GJH105775

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

    looks like a regular balance plug (JST), if not it is probably a mini berg connector.

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