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I have a setup that allows a 1S Lipo battery to go through a rechargable board that also acts as its own powerbooster and brings the output Voltage to around 5.2V-5V. Will this booster be able to handle the additional input voltage and be able to output the specified voltage?
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The Novak 1S LiPo Booster Module (#5477) is for single-cell racing; it replaces the receiver battery pack and will provide a constant 6 volts and 3 amps of power to the receiver and servo in your race set-up. This module connects to your main battery pack and will actually "boost" the battery pack's 3-4 volts to a standard 6 volts for the duration of the run-- which allows the receiver and servo to operate as they are intended to. There is no need for special wiring or recharging of a receiver battery pack. Simply connect the module's power wires to the main battery pack or the ESC's battery terminals, and plug the harness into your receiver's battery slot.
The Novak 1S Booster Module easy to connect, extremely small and lightweight. It is compatible with brushless or brush speed controls that would normally operate with a 2-3S LiPo pack. By increasing the battery pack voltage to the receiver and servo, the module allows you to use any radio receiver in single-cell applications, including spread spectrum radios. The usual voltage fluctuations that cause reception issues with your radio using 1S LiPo packs are no longer a concern. It is recommended to use the Novak Glitch Buster Capacitor (#5626) with 2.4GHz radio systems to ensure trouble-free operation.
Module Size 0.39" x 1.18" (10 x 30 mm)
Weight 0.43 oz (12.2 g)
Input Cells 1S LiPo
Output Voltage 6 Volts
Output Current 3 Amps
Wire Size 20 GA silicone battery power wire (red/black)
LED Blue (on-board)