Enercig 18650 3200mA (Purple)

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Official specifications:
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Regular high capacity cells.

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The discharge curves has very good tracking and nearly constant capacity up to 7A. At 15A discharge I had to stop early due to temperature.


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Even at 7A the cells do get warm.

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They did handle the 10A discharge, but was very close to trip on my over temperature cut-out. In regular use I will prefer not to do 10A continuous discharges.

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No safe way to 15A continuous discharge on these cells.

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Conclusion

There is not much to say about this cell, it looks like a very good cell for most usage, but it is not for really high current jobs.



Notes and links

The batteries was supplied by ENERDan for review.

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