Call the maker. Amp draws that are stated are a guarantee but batteries don't have predictable maximums. Any battery that gets shorted, for example, will use up an unpredictable amount of current until it dies. And before that, you have no idea what kind of damage occurs inside.
How can i calculate the maximum current a battery can provide if the only information i have is: 7.2 V / 11.5 Wh / 1600 mAh. I know that if i can multiply C rate with Ah i can get maximum current of battery, however, most of the batteries lacks this information. Is there any other to calculate maximum output current of battery?
For instance a vehicle 12V battery and a deep cycle 12V battery might look the same, weigh the same,have similar capacities, but one could be rated for 800A, the other for 50A...
@usmanqadir91, you are asking questions but providing very little information.Which battery are you using?"7.2 V / 11.5 Wh / 1600 mAh." gives us very little to go on. "NP F" is only marginally more useful.Can you provide a link to the battery you want to use so that we are not guessing?What are you trying to do with that battery?Knowing what kind of current draw you are expecting will help us make recommendations.
Do you have a link to this battery so we can see? Max discharge current for lipo's depend on the application. For example, quadcopter lipo's generally tend to have very high discharge currents (like 20-25C)