Enercig 18650 3200mA (Purple)
- Energy (Power) Std. charge / discharge Nominal: 3200 mAh, Minimum: 3100 mAh
- Nominal Voltage Average: 3.67V
- Standard charge: Constant current: 0.5C (1550mA), Constant voltage: 4.2V, End current (Cut off): 50mA
- Max. Charge Voltage 4.2 ± 0.05V
- Max. Charge Current 1.0 C (3100mA)
- Standard discharge: Constant current: 0.2C (620mA), End voltage (Cut off): 2.5V
- Max. Discharge Current 10A
- Weight Approx. Max. 49.0 g
- Cycle life: 500 cycles fast charge/discharge to 70%
- Operating Temperature Charge 0 ~ 45°C, Discharge -20 ~ 60°C
- Storage Temperature (for shipping): 1 month -20 ~ 60°C, 3 month -20 ~ 45°C, 1 year -20 ~ 20°C
Regular high capacity cells.
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.
Even at 7A the cells do get warm.
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.
No safe way to 15A continuous discharge on these cells.
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.
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