Our robots make use of rechargeable Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries. A good rule of thumb is to use 1,000 mAH (milliamp hours) per motor. For a Quadcopter, a 4,000 mAH LiPo should work nicely. Although the copter can only use one battery at a time, we recommend having at least two batteries in stock; more batteries means more flight time. You’ll also need a charging station for your batteries.

LiPo batteries must be handled carefully. Do not discharge batteries lower than 3 Volts per cell. A LiPo battery cell is considered charged when its voltage reaches 4.2V, do not exceed this voltage.

Erle Robotics is not responsible for the bad use of LiPo batteries

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