This is a Pro Level white Carbon 5500 LCG 14.8V 4S 1/8 scale E-Buggy battery pack by Trinity. Designed with specifications directly from the "World's Fastest" SPEC and modified class racers. White Carbon LiPo's are the very best packs that we could develop to wear the Trinity name. Several configurations of White Carbon packs are available including HV (High Voltage) and HC (High Capacity) models. HV (High Voltage) means that the pack maintains a higher average voltage throughout the run. HC (High Capacity) means the pack has a higher than average milliamp run time. Being an Extreme Pro Level Racing Battery White Carbon Packs are capable of handling a 3C charge rating, For the safest charge and the longest pack life a 1C charge rating is recommended.
Note: We recommend using the Certified Adjustable 5mm Bullet Connect REV2204 due the high current draw of 1/8 scale racing.
LiPo, LiPo-HV, LiHV & LiFe BATTERY SAFETY INFORMATION:
DO NOT leave the battery in your model when charging
NEVER leave unattended when charging
ALWAYS balance charge the battery
ALWAYS use a LiPo safe charging bag
YOU MUST not over discharge the Li-Poly battery pack
READ & UNDERSTAND the instructions carefully before operating this battery.
MOST IMPORTANT thoroughly understand how to operate your charger before attempting to charge any type of battery. (NiMH or NiCD Only Chargers Will Not Work with Lipo, LiFe & LiHV Batteries)
MUST USE Compatible Charger for these type of Batteries Lipo, LiFe & LiHV
NOTE: When using LiPo, LiPo-HV, LiHV or LiFe Batteries, please do not overdischarge or overcharge batteries as this will result in overheated batteries. It is recommended to fully charge a new battery before using and only discharge the battery 50% for first 5 cycles. Always use an ESC/Speed Control equipped with low voltage cutoff (End voltage cannot be lower than 3.2v per cell for (LiPo, LiHV) and no lower than 2.7v for (LiFe) Batteries. Do not use a battery that has too low a voltage.
DO NOT expose batteries to sunshine or store batteries at the temperature above 95°F/35°C. Never leave batteries your hot car/truck. The high temperature environment could cause damage to the pack or make it burst. If the battery becomes hot while fast charging, high current discharging or racing, do not charge the battery until it has cooled completely. Inspect and wait a minimum of 15 minutes before attempting to charge.