LG 18650 D2 3050mAh (Blue)
- Nominal capacity: 2050mAh
- Minimum capacity 2950mAh
- Nominal voltage: 3.64V
- Standard charge current: 1475mA
- Charge voltage: 4.20V +/- +/-0.05V
- Charge end current: 50mA
- Maximum charge current: 2950mA
- Standard discharge: 590mA
- Discharge end voltage: 2.75V
- Maximum discharge current: 1475mA (-20°C ~ 5°C), 5900mA (5°C ~ 45°), 4425mA (45°C ~ 60°C)
- Cycle life: 300 cycles to 75% with 0.5C charge and discharge.
- Maximum weight: 49.0g
- Operating temperature: Charge: 0°C ~ 45°C, Discharge -20°C ~ 60°C
- Storage temperature: 1 month: -20°C ~ 60°C, 3 months: -20°C ~ 45°C, 1 year: -20°C ~ 20°C
LG batteries with fairly high capacity, but they are too old (2014) to be high current.
The discharge curves tracks nicely and the batteries can deliver the rated 5.9A, but not much more.
The batteries are good quality batteries, but cannot match newer chemistries for current.
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