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3,7 V Li-PO Batterie fuer SYMA S107 Original-Werksersatzteil S107G-19

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  • Farbe: Schwarz
  • Laenge: 4 cm

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  • Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung: 23 g
  • Modellnummer: 006754
  • ASIN: B004KGTM90
  • Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit: 22. Mai 2015
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Produktbeschreibungen

3.7V 150mAh Li-Poly Lipo Akku
* Fuer Syma RC Hubschrauber S107G-19


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Der Akku ist wie erwartet der richtige. Abmessungen und Anschlüsse sind identisch wie beim verbauten Akku meines Helis. Ein Stück doppelseitiges Klebeband hab ich vermisst zur Befestigung, aber das ist ja kein Beinbruch
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very serious people, nice to deal with them. nothing more to say but I have to meet the quota of words.
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Es sollte seit zwei Tagen angekommen sein ... Ist es aber nicht. Wie lange denn noch??! Ich halte es langsam nicht mehr aus...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Double your flying time with dual batteries 11. September 2011
Von R. Batista - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this battery to perform some experiments with increasing my flying time. This worked great. I now average about 15-16 minutes flying time, and that is just until is starts to get a little weak. I could easily go another couple of minutes, but I don't want to push the batteries that hard, and it's a lot more fun flying with charged batteries.

This modification is safe and easy. This is because these cells use safety circuits to limit over discharge and over charge. There are a few precautions though:

1. Use two batteries of equal age. This means a new battery in a new heli and a new replacement battery, or two new replacement batteries. Do not mix a new replacement battery with an old, worn out battery.

2. Use two batteries of equal charge - preferably discharged. This is not critical, but it is better to start with two discharged batteries so they don't have any significant energy if you accidentally short something. Also, it just keeps everything in better balance from the start.

3. Hook up the batteries in parallel - red to red and black to black. This doubles the battery capacity and increases the flying time. If you hook them up in series (end to end), you will double the voltage, which will burn out the motors if it doesn't fry the heli's circuit board (and you won't be able to charge them anyway).

This is how you make the modification. First, the new battery is probably fully discharged, so fly your heli until the battery is discharged (unless you are using two new cells). Then splice the new battery in parallel with the battery in the heli. I found it easiest to just cut out the existing battery, leaving about equal lengths of red and black wire. Then I trimmed the wires on the new battery to the same length. I then stripped and tinned all the wire ends. I then soldered the two batteries together, red to red and black to black. Using the double sided tape that held in the old battery, I stuck them together. I then slid some heat shrink over the wires coming from the heli. I then lap soldered the battery wires to the heli wires, red to red and black to black. I then slid up the heat shrink over the solder joint and shrunk it. You could also wrap the wires together and cover them with tape, but that is probably harder in the limited space, and they won't hold as well as solder. Then I removed the weight taped in the nose of the canopy. Finally, you just locate the battery over the battery holder (see photo) and slide on the canopy - it's a snug fit, so there is no need to tape down the battery.

With this simple modification, you will double your flying time - or more. Each battery has half the current being drawn from it, so they maintain a higher voltage for a longer time. It's like the first minute or two with a single battery, but for 10-12 minutes. Depending on how hard you fly, even after 14-15 minutes, you can still fly up to the ceiling. After about 15-16 minutes, I start to notice that the heli is losing trim and it is harder to maintain lift. I could easily keep going another couple of minutes, even flying in ground effect, but why push the batteries that hard. The down side is that it would probably take 3 hours to recharge using the USB cable charger. So instead, I'm using the wall plug charger that takes about 1.5 hours or less to fully charge the battery. The heli is also a little nose heavy, but I like that, and many people add nose weights anyway. With the heavy nose, you always have forward momentum, and I think it's easier to control. You can also go really fast in the forward direction, but very slow backwards and you can't really hover. You can also add counter weights to the tail (like the weight from the nose) if you don't like it.

Some other notes on battery life:
1. I estimate that the heli draws about 1.2A to maintain altitude.
2. Full throttle draws about 1.5A max with a fully charged battery, but usually about 1.35-1.4A.
3. Running the tail motor draws another .2-.25A.
4. The LED only draws about 12mA, or only 1% of your average current.
So you see, if you just maintain altitude, drift forward, and only turn right and left, you only draw abut 1.2A. But if you are constantly zipping up and down and forward and backward, you are drawing about 1.65A. I'm probably somewhere in the middle and I get a good 15-16 minutes. Your results may vary.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Treat your batteries nicely. 24. August 2012
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I purchased this battery as a replacement for the original in my Syma S107G. Unfortunately, Syma doesn't/didn't include much info on proper battery care in the manual, so I believe my actions led to a premature demise of the original battery. After a bit of research, I've found that the battery should have a much longer useful life if certain precautions are observed. First, you should stop flying as soon as the helicopter won't climb and will only maintain altitude. Second, wait 10-15 minutes after flying before charging the helicopter. This gives the battery time to adequately cool down. Third, take the helicopter off the charger as soon as the charging cable indicates that its charged and wait another 10-15 minutes for the battery to cool before flying.
As far as the battery listed on this page is concerned, it is the original capacity battery as supplied originally with the Syma S107G. There are higher capacity batteries available, but I was concerned that the additional weight may adversely affect the flight characteristics of the helicopter. I ordered from "Simply Sales", and the shipped battery is authentic and includes the protection circuitry. Flight times seem to be as long or even longer than when the helicopter was new, so overall, I'm very happy with the purchase.
The battery installation is fairly straightforward. Most people opt to simply cut and splice into the original leads on helicopter, which I'm sure works fine. I went for a slightly cleaner install by desoldering the original battery leads from the pcb and soldering the new ones on. Very easy if you're familiar with PTH soldering and have a solder sucker or desolder braid. You do have to disassemble the helicopter more than the splice method so that you don't melt the helicopter frame, but it also gives you opportunity to clean and lubricate the gear train.
After electrically connecting the battery, charge and briefly fly the helicopter before taping down the battery to see if any adjustments are need to the battery position for balance issues. If the helicopter moves forward on its own, move the battery aft a bit. Likewise, if the helicopter moves backwards on its own, move the battery a bit forward. If it maintains a stationary hover, the battery position is good and can be taped down.
I'm hoping that with proper care, this replacement battery will last a bit longer than the 100 or so flights I got out of the original.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen No good batteries....I bought two & both just swelled up with no power! 4. Mai 2012
Von Kupitero - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am an Amazon Prime member & I always make sure that a product is available at Amazon (one that offers Prime shipping - the better) before I shop anywhere else on the web.

I bought two (2) of these & so far, these were my very first items I that had to return to Amazon (thank goodness, the items were fulfilled by Amazon!) for a refund.

Both batteries swelled-up so badly after charging via the USB.

I've used the original battery for almost two months before it gave out & I always monitor the battery when I charge it since I understand that LiPo batteries can explode when something goes bad. The original battery never swelled-up even when fully charged.

I noticed that both batteries did not have the same markings as the original one. These were obviously fabricated haphazardly using "generic materials".

I've read the reviews here and there were similar buyers with the same bad experiences like mine.

I've ordered another battery from another seller (also via Amazon) & hopefully, I will get the outcome that I want for my Syma 107G.

I'll avoid the seller where I bought these bad batteries.

There will always be good sellers at Amazon.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Fixed my Blackburn Flea 1.0 and 2.0 rechargeable headlights. 7. Mai 2016
Von david1024 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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These are also a replacement cell for the Blackburn Flea bicycle headlights. Since the 'flea' (and flea 2.0) are glued shut you have to pop them open carefully and unsolder the LR cell and replace it with this one. Then glue it back together (I used JB Weld) and let it set.

The charge ckts in the flea and flea 2.0 will calibrate to the capacity (which is slightly less than the original battery but far longer than the exhausted cells I replaced)

Originally the Flea (and flea 2.0) headlights cost $30-$40... so getting them back going iat this price is great (Blackburn quit manufacturing them last year--2015) Most of the NOS Blackburn fleas have bad batteries too (the flea 2.0 design has a design bug that kills battery cells... so they are nearly all bad by now--2016)
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1.0 von 5 Sternen buyer beware 2. März 2012
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This seems to be a busted product. I've received 2 of them and neither works as expected. The vendor said they hadn't had any problems. Maybe I was just unlucky twice.

Some of these batteries have a little tiny chip in them that is there to protect from over charging. Some of them don't. My original battery had the chip. The one I received from this purchase did NOT have that circuit.
If you buy one of these and it doesn't have the chip, but your original battery did, chances are you will over charge the battery and ruin it.

The reality is there are a lot of SYMA S107 knock offs out there. There is a ton of variance in the components that one can purchase online for them because they all come from whole-sale chinese markets.

Do yourself a favor, do what I did as a result of this 'lesson learned', wire up an ultra-micro rc plane battery connector to your heli and buy a real charger and real batteries.
Search this "syma s107 battery mod by dale" on your favorite search engine. It is a nice guide and has great pictures.

Once you do that, you can buy a bunch of reliable batteries, charge them with your reliable charger, and fly for long periods of time by rotating the batteries.

And remember, always allow the batteries time to cool before flying with them or charging them. (around 10-15 mins cool down between charging and flying)
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