Voltage-Mods

Voltage-Mods

Ever had the disappointing experience to fire with a brand-new Stampede? And while the dart torments out of the barrel, one wonders if we should in the meantime even get a coffee or insert a short nap? But don’t worry; with the modification kits of Blasterparts one transforms the disappointing experience in a ferocious grin that will not leave your face for the next few hours!

Blasterparts uses so-called lithium-ion batteries (Li-ion ) for its voltage mods. This type of battery has a number of advantages compared to conventional nickel - metal hydride batteries (NiMHs ). One advantage of Li -ion batteries is the low self-discharge. Li -Ion batteries can be stored over months without discharging strong. Another advantage is that these types of battery are available in a design that corresponds to the format of standard AA cells. Therefore, our mod-kits are fully installed without additional soldering. Even a Stampede with modification-spring can be operated with only 4 cells.

Our voltage-mods contain two different types of Li -ion batteries: ' unprotected ' and ‘protected’. Unprotected Li-ion batteries have no circuit that protects the battery against deep discharge.The DC motors that drive the dart-blasters cause a high load for a short time which causes a voltage drop. Protected Li -Ion batteries would interrupt the circuit in this case and the blaster would not work. Where the use of unprotected Li -Ion batteries is not required, we use classical protected Li -ion batteries.

This battery type has a variety of traditional application areas such as in modeling, mobile phones and MP3 players to notebooks and tablet PCs. Especially if high power density is required.

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