HRB 6S 100C Graphene LiPo Battery (22.2V/5000mAh) w/EC5 Connector

HRB 6S 100C Graphene LiPo Battery (22.2V/5000mAh)
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This is an HRB 6S 100C 5000mAh Graphene LiPo Battery, made from a lithium graphene composite material. Added graphene material provides an increased discharge rate, capacity and lifespan. With the added graphene, batteries provide improved performance through lower internal resistance, and operate at a lower temperature.

Type: LiPo 
Capacity: 5000mAh 
Voltage: 22.2V 
Connector Type: EC5 
Wire Gauge: 12AWG 
Configuration: 6S 
Length: 155mm
Width: 48mm
Height: 45mm
Weight: 756g 
Maximum Continuous Discharge: 100C

This product was added to our catalog on July 17, 2019

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 12 2021 (6 months ago)
HRB 6S 100C Graphene LiPo Battery (22.2V/5000mAh)
Other than a UPS delayed delivery (likely due to the holidays) I am very happy with my purchase of (2) HRB 6S Graphene LiPo batteries, understand that I am breaking them in still, only have a couple flights in so haven’t done any high current actions yet. I will do a two more normal flights then I can get into some higher stress flying. The sales support leading up to the sale was great, they guys answered all my questions and although the Hazmat fee was steep at least Amain gave me a break on the shipping. If all goes well with these batteries after the break-in period I will be buying more from Amain.

Thank you,


Mikado Logo 500, Scorpion 1100Kv motor with a 90A YGE ESC
Verified Owner
Monday, Jun 8 2020 (about a year ago)
HRB 6S 100C Graphene LiPo Battery (22.2V/5000mAh)
What a set of two for my Goblin kraken I I did several flights this weekend to break them in and they worked great. They were balanced When I receive them and they charge and discharge even. Can’t wait to do some more aggressive flights later this month