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Old 11-22-2003, 09:48 AM   #1
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Does anyone know what the numbers are like on the Sanyo 3300HV's ?
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avg. volt 1.15-1.17 relative res. 21+ mAHR 3000
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Would the relative resistance number of 21+ be considered high ? That's not speaking the same as traditonal IR numbering is it ?

How are the Sanyo's as far as durability is concerned ?
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Pretty much for sub-C batteries in our application. It's whichever measurement you see on the label. Basically it's how best the battery can not build this resistance. Sanyo's are good, I've owned some Panasonics that build res. up like you wouldn't beleive but that is only if they are stored too long without being cycled, the Sanyo just have a higher base of resistance but don't build up resistance much like Pana's do from storage. You didn't hear it from me.
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avg. volt 1.15-1.17 relative res. 21+ mAHR 3000
3000 only?no typo there?i'm powered by GP's at the moment and they are great.but i've seen some Integy Sanyos for real cheap and it makes me wanna try them out..but 3000 only?
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3000 only?no typo there?i'm powered by GP's at the moment and they are great.but i've seen some Integy Sanyos for real cheap and it makes me wanna try them out..but 3000 only?
now you know why everyone runs the GP's now, they have better runtime, higher voltage and lower internal resistance.
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i think the sanyo chemicals for the 3000's are very similar to the 3300's
the cell is a bit wider then the gp's
but overall gp still kicks way more butt
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Does anyone know what the numbers are like on the Sanyo 3300HV's ?
Sanyo 3300HV's are crap. They low have average voltage and short lifespans.

The 3000HV's are an awesome cell bit very hard to find brand new as they are not manufactured anymore. The have awesome voltage. 1 year old packs still avergae 7.0 V @ 20 amps but they done have much capacity(compared to GP's) but they are definitly still suitable for 23-27 turn or brushless
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that puts paid any intentions of trying out sanyo's...hehe...sticking with GP!!
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Do a head to head GP -vs- ANYTHING. GP kills everything that has ever come along. 3000HV- SUCK 3300HV-ever worse. SMH3000-CRUD
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