|Voltage||FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of Fujitsu)|
It is the very first generation PowerChamp batteries specifically made for Mini 4WD races.
It was superseded by the PowerChamp EX in 1992.
General info Edit
The PowerChamp sports the 2-tone color labeling of gold upper half and the black lower half, with the Tamiya logo on the upper half and the gold-colored 'PowerChamp' letter on the lower half.
The PowerChamp, compare to the regular alkaline batteries at that time, has higher discharge rate. This however, came at a cost of shortened endurance performance, although it still last longer than the Zinc-Carbon batteries.
As it is a Alkaline battery, it is heavier than the Mini 4WD Ni-Cd Battery and is not cost effective due to being a non-rechargeable battery.
|Batteries and chargers|
|Non-rechargeable||Tamiya PowerChamp||Original · EX · Gold · SP · GR/GR2 · GX/GX-Gold · GZ · RC · FD · GT · RS|
|Fujitsu||Fujitsu Premium G · Fujitsu Premium|
|Rechargeable||Tamiya||Ni-Cd · Mini 4WD Ni-Cd · Ni-Cd 1000 · NeoChamp|
|Chargers||2-battery||Mini 4WD Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Fast Charger 40 min. · AC Fast Charger 30 min. · Green AC Fast Charger · NC-MDR02 · AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II|
|4-battery||Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II|
|8-battery||QD Octa-Charger · Mini 4WD Octa-Charger|