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What Is a LiPo Battery?

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Lithium polymer batteries, or LiPo for short, are batteries that use a polymer electrolyte instead of a traditional liquid electrolyte. Li-polymer batteries have four times the energy density of nickel-cadmium batteries. This means they can store more energy with less weight, and since they can be forged into almost any shape, lithium polymer batteries have become popular in the DIY community.



In addition to being lightweight, lithium polymer batteries are rechargeable, which makes them reusable and sustainable. To charge a LiPo battery, you need a LiPo charger.



There are a variety of lithium polymer battery chargers. However, if you have a good quality LiPo battery, then you should definitely buy a LiPo balance charger. A balance charger offers more than simple charging: it is also capable of balancing charging Li-Polymer batteries, which is critical to battery health.



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