Can anyone recommend a reliable Li-Poly Manufacture?
We are interested in purchasing some batteries, but would would like some advice.
How many is "some" ?
and what size?
All of the regular distributors have ranges of batteries
How ironic i was looking for a reputable vendor myself. For me i need a 36V 15Ah.
Thanks for the links Andy
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Don't know about buying them "industrially" but from flying model aircraft I do know that the packs from Turnigy ( http://www.turnigy.com/ ) are some of the best quality you can get. Of course they are probably just buying them in from someone else and re-badging.
So probably the above distributors are the way to go.
+1 for Turnigy when it comes to power for models. My sons RC vehicles are powered by Turnigy packs. Well worth the $$
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