Discharge batteries for helicopter

Hello. I decided to buy a new battery for your RC helicopter. The battery capacity was 800 mAh, 7.4 V working voltage and discharge current of 10C (ie 8A).

Now anything similar I found all of the batteries with output voltage of 7.4 V are the discharge current is 15-20C and more. I wonder does the large discharge current of the electronics of the helicopter? As I understand it, the battery baboutmore, the discharge current will give more revs of the engine at the same position pull handle, but faster discharge?

Do not kick much, electronics I, to my shame, not strong.
October 3rd 19 at 02:45
2 answers
October 3rd 19 at 02:47
Nothing to worry about. This provides the maximum possible discharge current, the Helicopter will take as much as he wants.
October 3rd 19 at 02:49
The main thing — to observe the voltage. The discharge current should be not less that eat away all the consumers in all possible modes. And if the rechargeable battery is suitable for the voltage, capacity and discharge current no less, and the dimensions and weight do not create interference, it is possible to take. The only thing — at very different settings may require different powering it.

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