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› NiMH 5cell 6volt capable of 3 Amp discharge ?
04-07-2010 03:52 AM  8 years agoPost 1
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Anybody know if a 2600mAh 5cell 6volt is capable of driving 4 servos that show on my watt meter that they peak at about 2.4 Amps when all are in operation not under air loads.
I was considering using this battery as a receiver battery. Do NiMHs have a standard discharge rate or C rating? Come to think of it, the old 4.8V NiCads had no problem driving the receiver and 4 Futaba 148s on my old fixed wing 45s and 60s. Analog voltmeters and the good old days-LOL.
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Don

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