Lemon 2200mAh 3S 45C/90C Lithium Polymer Battery Pack

  • Guaranteed leakproof operation in any position except inverted
  • Expected life span of two to three years in float service applications
  • Operation in a broad range of ambient temperatures
  • Recovery capabilities even after deep discharges
  • Compact, quick and simple to install, require low maintenance


  • Within India, 3 – 4 days lead time with 100% advance
  • For imports, 15 days lead time with 50% advance

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  • Warranty 1 year
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It sounds like you’re describing a lithium polymer (LiPo) battery pack commonly used in remote-controlled vehicles, drones, or other electric-powered devices. Here’s a breakdown of what each specification typically means:

  1. 2200mAh: This is the battery capacity, measured in milliampere-hours (mAh). It indicates how much charge the battery can store. In this case, it can provide a current of 2200 milliamperes for one hour before running out of charge.
  2. 3S: This refers to the number of cells in series in the battery pack. Each cell has a nominal voltage of around 3.7 volts, so a 3S pack has a nominal voltage of about 11.1 volts (3 cells x 3.7 volts).
  3. 45C/90C: These are the discharge rates of the battery, typically expressed as a multiple of the capacity. The first number (45C) represents the continuous discharge rate, while the second number (90C) represents the burst discharge rate.
    • Continuous Discharge Rate (45C): This means the battery can be discharged continuously at a rate of 45 times its capacity. In this case, 2200mAh * 45 = 99,000mA or 99A (amps).
    • Burst Discharge Rate (90C): This is the maximum discharge rate the battery can handle in short bursts, usually lasting only a few seconds. So, in this case, it can handle bursts of up to 198A (2200mAh * 90).

LiPo batteries are popular due to their high energy density and ability to deliver high currents, making them suitable for high-performance applications like RC vehicles and drones. However, it’s crucial to handle them with care to avoid damage or safety hazards. Overcharging, over-discharging, or physical damage can lead to swelling, fire, or even explosion. Therefore, it’s essential to use them with appropriate charging equipment, monitor them during charging and discharging, and store them safely when not in use.


  • Guaranteed leak-free performance in all orientations, excluding upside-down
  • In float service applications, a two- to three-year lifespan is anticipated.
  • functioning in a wide range of outside temperatures
  • Capacity for recovery even following profound discharges
  • Little in size, easy to install, and minimal maintenance

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