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Hyperion G7 LiHv batteries
« on: August 10, 2017, 20:22:52 PM »
The claimed specs on these packs seem awesome.  Anyone actually tried them?  Feedback please!


Hyperion, the leader in quality Lithium batteries for almost two decades, has just released a Lithium battery like no other; the Hyperion G7 HvLi Silicon-Graphene Pack performs at a whole new level. After more than two years of research the technology of the future is here.

Silicon combined with Graphene makes for a superior electrode compared to standard LiPo batteries. Hyperion proprietary Si-Graphene chemistry ensures that your G7 pack will have higher-capacity, lower internal resistance, and higher cycle life than the other-brand LiPo currently on the market.

The G7 combines quality Graphene substrate with a Silicon metalloid to produce a Lithium battery that is uncompromised in performance and reliability. Hyperionís proprietary Si-Graphene additive has been shown to be less prone to puffing than standard Silicon-only LiPo packs.

This new 2017 Hyperion chemistry unleashes a new-era of potential for all RC applications, such as Quad Racing, 3D Aerobatics, and even DIY/Industrial applications.


Proprietary Si-Graphene formula increases discharge, capacity, and cycle-life
10%+ More Capacity than standard LiPo Batteries
Stable High-voltage formula, less prone to puffing
Low internal resistance, cooler running batteries
High discharge rate, ability to provide current under-load
Fast charging up to 5C~6C rate
Compatible with both 4.2V and 4.35V chargers
Capable of 500+ Cycle-life

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Re: Hyperion G7 LiHv batteries
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2017, 22:56:05 PM »
Specs can be misleading. The implication is that these are true graphene cells which is extremely unlikely since sheet graphene is so difficult and hence expensive to produce. Like the HK 'Graphenes' they will use graphene oxide electrodes, a much more practical and economic option. They probably will have a lower ESR and many of the listed benefits stem from that one property.  I'd guess that they are really very good cells, especially being HV-capable.
But they're not graphene cells!
« Last Edit: August 10, 2017, 22:57:17 PM by Phil_G »

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Re: Hyperion G7 LiHv batteries
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2017, 21:46:57 PM »
Not hyperion but i tried the turnigy lihv batteries and these did not last very long.  When new they were very good but appear to be more easily damaged than say the turnigy 65-130c bateries of similar size.  My experiences of lihv have been echoed by at least 2 others in my club.


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