What is the difference between a 95C battery and a 75C battery? I saw these new R-Line batteries that are 95C from Tattu and I want to know what the advantage is of using them over the standard 75C battery and how they compare to Graphene batteries.
The C rating refers to the current flow that you could potentially get from the battery at one time. If a 1000 milliamp hour battery has a C rating of 1c then you can pull one amp current from it. If it 1000 milliamp hour battery has a C rating of 60c that means you can pull a current of 60 amps from it. So the difference between your two batteries has to do with the amount of current that can be pulled from it at any one point. 1.3ah batteries or 1300mah batteries are the current choice for racing quads so to find the amp hour rating on a 60c battery you would multiply 1.3 by 60 to get the amperage you could pull. Or if it’s an 1800 milliamp hour 60c battery you would times 60 C by 1.8 to get the amperage it could pull.
This may or may not be important to you. If you think you’re not getting the most from your setup try adding up all the amperage consumption from your kit, ie: 20a ESC x 4 and the amps for your camera, the flight controller, video transmitter, Etc and see if you are close to the amperage draw that your battery can provide. If the numbers are close you may want to try a larger C battery. keep in mind, with this math that a 60C 1000mah battery has a smaller amperage rating than a 60C 1300mah battery because it’s bigger. Always multiply the milliamp hours or the capacity ie: 1300 by the C rating to get the amperage.
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