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Flysky battery pack adaption
Learning to fly
2013/1/15 16:18
From New Zealand
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Hey guys,

Just wondering if someone with more knowledge than me can direct me in the right direction.

I have a flysky 9 channel transmitter which I haven't used in a long time, and is starting to play up due to the battery pack in the back.
So I bought a Rhino 2620 3cell 11.1v transmitter pack from hobbyking. But the 2 plugs are too small and too big to fit into the transmitter.

Would it work if I cut the plug from the old battery pack and solder it on to the Rhino battery will it work?


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Re: Flysky battery pack adaption
Redbull air ace
2009/4/10 23:38
From Hamilton
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Yip, that should be doable.

I am not sure what the Rhino comes with in terms of leads, but note that you will need to balance charge it. Have a look at this posting - it's a different battery, but see if it helps and sing out here if you need any help: ... TH9X-Tx-to-a-LiPo-Battery

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