Any battery plate: specs + 3D files

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Jonathan Edelson

Drone Battery Adapter
The battery adapter allows you to use some standard LiPo batteries to power
Falcore. Make sure that you use a battery that complies with the following

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Print the Battery adapter yourself: see the 3D files attached

Battery Specifications

  • 4S
  • XT60 Connector
  • Dimensions:
    • Max thickness: 1.1” (28mm)
    • Max length: 4.3” (110mm)
  • High C rating is recommended

Examples of suitable batteries

  • Lumenier 1500mAh 4S 75C
  • TATTU 1800mAh 4S 75C
  • RMRC Orange Series - 1500mAh 4S 70C Lipo - XT60 (22.2Wh) (link to product)

Use instructions

  1. Attach the battery adapter to the top of the LiPo battery.
  2. Insert the battery with the adapter into the drone until the tabs on the sides of the adapter click into the slots on the sides of the drone
  3. To power the drone, plug the XT60 connector into the socket at the back of the drone

Caution: Risk of serious injury - DO NOT plug the battery into the drone before thoroughly reading the
Falcore Quick Guide.

 Note: Inserting a non-Falcore battery without this adapter will damage the drone's internal    electronic components.

Flying with a damaged plate or a plate that was printed using unsuitable materials may also cause internal damage during a crash!

  • Note that we are still validating the design to be good enough. This is why "Experimental" is integrated on it
  • Customer feedback is welcome

 

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    Derrick W. Williams

    https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2807439-Amimon-Connex-Falcore-Race-Drone/page10

    Snapshot Hotshot

    Hey Guys,
    I posted this on RC Groups and wanted to know what you think.
    I was suggesting that the already battery case from the original battery would be the best "Any Battery Case/Plate" for the newest update or an adaption of that design in combination with the existing any battery plate.

    Please take a moment and check it out... (many photos) and let me know what you think.

    Thanks,
    Derrick