Sanyo UR18650ZT 2800mAh (Orange)

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Official specifications:
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This battery needs a 4.3 volt charger to get maximum capacity.

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With a 4.3 volt starting voltage the output voltage from this battery is higher than most 4.2 volt batteries.

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Test with 4.2 volt charging

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Using a normal 4.2 Volt charger looses about 210mAh and some of the voltage advantage.

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Conclusion

Being from Sanyo it is a very good battery. Using the battery with 4.2 volt it is close to 2600mAh batteries in voltage, but with slightly less capacity. Using a 4.3 volt charger the battery has a slight advantage over 2600mAh batteries.



Notes and links

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