March 28, 2022

Intellect 2022 LiPo range

Intellect have released a large new range of LiPo’s to the table for 2022. Covid-19 meant there was no new range for 2021 so this is the first update in 2 years. The batteries are identified by having metallic green labelling and have improved power from 2020 specs along with several new shapes to suit a wide range of classes. BRCA/EFRA Legal for 2022 and beyond, all the batteries have a burst current of 120C and have LIHV technology.

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February 5, 2020

Intellect 2020 Platinum LiPo battery range

UK Intellect distributor Schumacher has introduced the 2020 Platinum LiPo range. Recognisable by the new labelling with metallic blue lettering the 2020 versions once again improve of 2019 specs by offering better power and runtime. Intellect offer a huge range of batteries for all applications and required weights for perfect chassis balance and centre of gravity with every battery having a burst current of 120C and LIHV technology. The new packs are BRCA/EFRA legal as of April 1st 2020 with the stick range including the following specifications: 2S 10000mAh 25.1mm, 2S 8400mAh 25.1mm, 2S 7600mAh 25.1mm, 2S 7000mAh 22.5mm, 2S 6000mAh 22.5mm, and 2S 5600mAh 19.5mm. The 2020 shorty range includes the following specifications: 3S 4200mAh 25.1mm, 2S 6200mAh 25.1mm, 2S 5000mAh 25.1mm, 2S 4400mAh 20mm, and a 2S 4200mAh 18.5mm . The range is rounded out by a 1S 8200mAh and a 1S 6600mAh Shorty.

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January 18, 2019

Intellect 2019 LiHV HV4 silicon-graphene battery range

UK Intellect distributors Schumacher have introduced the new 2019 range of LiHV competition battery packs. The updated LiHV HV4 Silicon-Graphene based packs will display a higher voltage and power than 2018 models while offering improved cycle time when charged at 1C rates. They can be charged at a higher C rating however, with less risk of damage to the pack. LIHV technology has the ability to be charged to 4.35v per cell, but normal racing regulations allow up to 4.2v so LiHV are considered much safer. To address market demands two options nominally are available in the form of Hi Power and Long RunTime packs. The range includes a 6000mAh high power LCG standard pack (22.5mm height, 270g), a 7000mAh long runtime standard pack (22.5mm, 270g), a 7600mAh lightweight stock standard pack (25.1mm, 305g), and a 8400mAh high power big stock standard pack (25.1mm, 330g).

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May 16, 2018

Kyle Branson Intellect-powered for 2018

UK Intellect distributors Schumacher Racing have announced that front running driver Kyle Branson has joined the team. Kyle will be using Intellect’s new range of LiPo batteries in his electric cars this season. Kyle has chosen the IP 6000 HV3 battery as the perfect pack for Modified Touring racing to give him the best power and chassis balance he is looking for.

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January 20, 2017

Intellect 2017 Spec LiHV battery packs

UK Intellect distributors Schumacher have introduced the 2017 range of LiHV batteries. The new Silicon-Graphene series offers improved cycle time when charged at 1C rates and they can be charged at higher C rating, with less risk of damage to the pack. The LiHV technology has the ability to be charged to 4.35V per cell, but they can also be charged to the standard 4.2V if required. The batteries are built to meed BRCA, EFRA and ROAR rules and they are available in a range of specifications including a 4200mAh shorty (24.8mm/186g), a 5000mAh shorty (24.9mm/211g), a 6000mAh shorty (25.0mm/222g), a 3600mAh LCG shorty (18.7mm/150g), a 8200mAh 1S shorty (18.5mm/152g), a 5200mAh LCG standard size pack (22.1mm/248g), a 6000mAh LCG standard size pack (22.0mm/272g), a 8400mAh standard size pack (24.9mm/333g), as well as a 6000mAh saddle pack (24.8mm/276g) and a 6000mAh 4S stick (543g).

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March 2, 2015

Elliott Harper signs for Intellect batteries

Elliott Harper signs for Intellect batteries

Fresh off his A-final appearance at the Euro Touring Series event in Germany and 3rd place at the ICC event last weekend, multi-time World Championship A Finalist Elliott Harper has confirmed he has teamed up with Intellect Battery to run their range of IP-branded LiPo batteries in his Schumacher cars. Elliott had the following to say:

It is great to announce that I will be running the IP/Intellect batteries in 2015 and beyond. To have a deal with one of the largest LiPo battery manufacturers in the world is amazing and a unique opportunity. To be their first directly supported driver is a huge honour and the perfect way to complete my 2015 race package. Thank you to Intellect and especially Oliver Ng for placing their trust in me and I can’t wait to run the brand new packs in the next race!

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February 16, 2015

Intellect 2015 Spec LiPo battery packs

Intellect 2015 Spec LiPo battery packs

UK Intellect distributors Schumacher introduces the 2015 Spec LiPo battery packs for competition and club racing use. Starting with the competition packs, new is the Super High Voltage SHV range that is meant to offer improved performance and safety and the batteries are available as standard-size 2S 6000mAh and 7800mAh variant, as 6000mAh saddle pack, 5000mAh shorty, 5600mAh square and 7000mAh 1S 1/12th scale pack. All are made using 100C cells. Also new is a 3500mAh 100C low-profile shorty and a 6000mAh 100C 14.8V Monster pack for 1/8th buggies and trucks. Made for club level racing are two economically priced 40C batteries, a 5400mAh standard size pack and a 4000mAh 40C shorty.

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May 13, 2014

Intellect 6000mAh square LiPo battery pack

Intellect 6000mAh square LiPo battery pack

Designed to replace a standard 2S saddle pack with a single ‘square’ battery is this new 6000mAh 90C pack from Intellect. Eliminating the need for a connecting wire and reducing the number of internal connections, power output and efficiency are improved. 4mm sockets with access from both sides and a 2mm balance port allows users to balance charge the battery in the same manner as stick and shorty batteries.

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