A123 ANR26650M1B 2500mAh (Green)
- Nominal capacity: 2500mAh
- Minimum capacity: 2400mAh
- Call weight: 76g
- Internal impedance: 6mOhm @ 1kHz
- Recommended standard charge method: 1C (2.5A) to 3.6V CCCV, 45 min
- Recommended fast charge method: 4C (10A) to 3.6V CCCV, 12min
- Maximum continuous discharge: 70A
- Maximum pulse discharge: 120A for 10s
- Cycle life: >1000 cycles
- Operating temperature: -30° ~ 55°C
- Storage temperature: -40°C ~ 60°C
This cell is fairly old, data sheet is from 2011, but even today its current capabilities are impressive. The capacity is not very impressive, but some of it is related to the chemistry (LiFePO4), it has lower capacity.
Watch out for polarity on this cell, the can is plus!
This chemistry has a very flat discharge curve and the two cells are well matches and do not have any problems with 30A
The do not even get hot.
These are impressive high current battery. The disadvantage of these batteries is lower voltage and capacity. Today it is possible to get better batteries in this chemistry.
Notes and links
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