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Tamiya Ni-Cd Battery

"The Tamiya Ni-Cd battery is such a high performance power source that it is important to use it correctly. Particularly, be sure not to short circuit the battery. Erroneous handling of the battery may cause overheating or melting of the electric cord or case.." - Tamiya

Tamiya Ni-Cd Battery

Source: Tamiya R/C Cars

"Solder securely, and insulate connections with vinyl tape. If the battery becomes wet, stop running the car and dry out the battery thoroughly. After running your car, make it a rule to always switch off the speed controller and disconnect the battery. Of course, charge only with the correct charger. In addition to a power source for R/C cars, they can be used with other models and home or shop requirements."

  1. When compared to dry cells, the Tamiya Ni-Cd battery is very economical.
  2. Tamiya Ni-Cd battery consists of 5 or 6 nickel cadmium cells for ease of handling, but do not open!
  3. Charge time is from 15 - 30 minutes.

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