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We can, after making a few calculations and adjustments, use a battery's voltage to determine it's SOC (State of Charge) with decent accuracy. 

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We're starting to use the Sony US18650VTC6 cell more often, when should you use the NCR-GA, and when should you use the US-VTC6? Read more to find out!

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As a reminder, over the last month we've been speaking with dealers in Europe about the advantages of Titan, showcasing our core values, product innovation, and global strategy. We're proud to announce our Authorized Exclusive Titan Power dealers for Germany, The United Kingdom, and Belgium!

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Over the last month, we've been communicating with dealers on the EU side of the pond, introducing the strategy for our products, giving the preorder plan, and showcasing our core values and product innovation. Dealers have until September 1st to secure their first order...

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Short Answer - It's all about the Amps, not about the C-RatingUsing a battery’s C rating alone to determine if it can work for your gun is not enough as it’s only half the equation. The other half is how many mAh the battery has. These two together (mAh and C rating) determine how many Amps the battery can push. Because Titans carry about twice the mAh of the average airsoft LiPo and have about half the C rating, they can push on average the same Amps, and still offer 2x the capacity, so you get 2x the shots with the same...

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