Enercig 18650 3000mAh (Green) 2016
- Typical capacity: 3120mAh
- Minimum capacity: 3000mAh
- Nominal voltage: 3.6V
- Standard charge: CC/CV, 0.2C, 4.2V
- Standard discharge: CC, 0.2C, 2.5V
- End-of-charge voltage: 4.2V +/-0.05V
- End-of-charge current: 0.02C (About 62mA)
- End-of-discharge voltage: 2.00V
- Continuous maximum discharge: 5C/10C (15A/30A) with temp cutoff at 80°C
- Max. discharge current vs. time: 30A-40A > 44s, 55A > 19s, 80A > 6s (Never discharge above 80°C)
- Cycle life: 300 cycles @ 0.5C to 80%
- Initial impedance: 8mOhm - 18mOhm
- Weight: 46.4g +/- 1.5g
- Operating temperature: Charging 0°C ~45°C, discharging: -20°C ~ 60°C
- Storage temperature: -5°C ~ 35°C
The newest high current and high capacity cell from Enercig.
There is no doubt this is a quality battery, the curves track perfectly and capacity is nearly constant with current.
At high current the battery gets hot and I stopped the 30A test due to that.
At 15A or greater that there must be a temperature cut-out at 80°C, I could stay below that at 15A
But at 30A I hit 80°C or rather went above. Here I was up to 92°C.
This is one of the top high current and capacity cells on the market.
I will rate it a very good battery.
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