50C High Discharge Rate LiPo Battery 

High C Rate Discharge LiPo Battery List

3.7V Prismatic Cell 5C, 10C, 15C, 20C, 25C, 30C, 35C, 40C, 50C

50C High Rate Discharge LiPo Battery

High-rate discharge LiPo batteries are specifically designed for applications that demand a high power output within short periods. Batteries with these ratings are suitable for light applications requiring modest discharge rates. They balance density and discharge rate well, ideal for portable electronics and some low-demand RC models.

High Rate Discharge LiPo batteries are essential for modern applications requiring high power in compact forms, providing significant advantages in terms of performance, response time, and safety for demanding environments.
By carefully selecting and maintaining high rate discharge LiPo batteries, you can maximize their performance and lifespan, ensuring your device operates at peak efficiency safely and reliably.

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High Rate Discharge LiPo Battery key features

  • Stable operating voltage of 3.7V
  • Higher discharge rate for device
  • Outstanding discharge rate with lithium Ion battery
  • Huge capacity can support to motor and other power device
  • High energy desity for your choose
  • Good performance and long cycly life
  • Safety and friendly

How to Select High Rate Discharge LiPo Batteries

Determine the Required Discharge Rate (C-Rating):

Assess your device’s or application’s needs. The discharge rate you require will depend on how much current your device draws during operation. For instance, high-performance drones or RC cars often need batteries with higher C-ratings (30C or above) to perform optimally.

Calculate the Required Capacity:

Consider how long you need the battery to last before recharging. Battery capacity, measured in milliampere-hours (mAh), determines the energy storage capacity. Select a battery with a capacity that meets your usage duration while also considering your device’s size and weight constraints.

Check the Voltage Requirements:

Ensure the battery’s voltage matches your device’s requirements. The total voltage is determined by the number of cells in series within the battery (e.g., 3.7V per cell in LiPo batteries).

Size and Weight Considerations:

Make sure the battery’s physical dimensions fit within your device without adding unnecessary bulk or weight, which can affect performance, especially in portable or aerial applications.

Connector Type:

Verify that the battery’s connector type matches your device or is adaptable. Standard connectors include JST, XT60, and Dean connectors. Mismatches can lead to poor connections or the need for adapters, which might affect performance.

Quality and Safety Features:

Opt for batteries with built-in safety features, such as a protection circuit module (PCM), to prevent overcharging, deep discharging, and overheating. Choose reputable brands and suppliers to ensure quality and reliability.

How to Store High Rate Discharge LiPo Batteries

Storage Voltage:

Store LiPo batteries at a safe voltage, typically around 3.8V per cell, which is often considered the optimal storage voltage to maintain battery health. Avoid storing batteries fully charged or fully depleted.

Temperature Controlled Environment:

Store batteries in a cool, dry place, avoiding extreme temperatures. High temperatures can accelerate degradation, while cold temperatures can reduce performance temporarily.

Use a Fireproof Storage Bag:

LiPo batteries can pose fire risks if damaged or improperly handled. Store them in fireproof bags specifically designed for LiPo batteries as an added safety measure.

Regular Checks:

Periodically check the batteries for signs of damage such as swelling, punctures, or a broken casing. Also, check the voltage using a battery checker to ensure they are not discharging on their own over time.

Proper Charging Practices:

Use a LiPo-compatible charger and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for charging settings. Always balance-charge the batteries to ensure all cells have equal charge levels, extending the life and performance of the battery.

Avoid Deep Discharge:

Do not deplete a LiPo battery below the minimum voltage threshold (usually about 3.0V to 3.2V per cell) during use, as this can irreversibly damage the battery.

High C Rate Discharge LiPo Battery Applications

50C High Rate Discharge LiPo Battery List

ModelC RateCapacityT*W*L(mm)Voltage(V)
LPHD887013050C7000 mAh8.8 x 70 x 1303.7V
LPHD926713550C7000 mAh9.2 x 67 x 1353.7V
LPHD727013050C5400 mAh7.2 x 70 x 1303.7V
LPHD104312550C5000 mAh10.0 x 43 x 1253.7V
LPHD934813550C5000 mAh9.3 x 48 x 1353.7V
LPHD806808850C4000 mAh8.0 x 68 x 883.7V
LPHD904312850C4000 mAh9.0 x 43 x 1283.7V
LPHD744212550C3500 mAh7.4 x 42 x 1253.7V
LPHD734212550C3200 mAh7.3 x 42 x 1253.7V
LPHD756508050C3200 mAh7.5 x 65 x 803.7V
LPHD88608050C3200 mAh8.8 x 60 x 803.7V
LPHD685210650C2950 mAh6.8 x 52 x 1063.7V
LPHD369509650C2600 mAh3.6 x 95 x 963.7V
LPHD606008050C2300 mAh6.0 x 60 x 803.7V
LPHD426809850C2100 mAh4.2 x 68 x 983.7V
LPHD367809550C2000 mAh3.6 x 78 x 953.7V
LPHD476508050C1800 mAh4.7 x 65 x 803.7V
LPHD606006050C1700 mAh6.0 x 60 x 603.7V
LPHD326110050C1600 mAh3.2 x 61 x 1003.7V
LPHD753506250C1250 mAh7.5 x 35 x 623.7V
LPHD683408050C1300 mAh6.8 x 34 x 803.7V