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JGNE 26650 3000mah - 30A LIFEPO4 - 3.2V

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EAN / GTIN  8438493110401
Weight - g  85
Brand  JGNE
Model  HTPFR26650
Size  26650
Battery chemistry  LiFePO4
Voltage  3.2V
Min. capacity - mAh 2,900.00
Typ. capacity - mAh 3,000.00
Battery version  Flat top
Discharge current - A 30.00
Circuit protection  Unprotected
Height - mm 65.60
Diameter - mm 26.15

Availability: In stock

€3.95 (€ 3,26 without VAT)
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Chemistry: LiFePo4
Type: 26650
UL: MH48108
Designation: HTCFR26650-3000mAh-3.2V
Rated voltage: 3.2V
Final discharge voltage: 2.5V
Charge end voltage: 3.6V
Maximum charging current: 9A
Capacity: 3000 mAh
Continuous load (in amperes): 10C (about 30A)
Internal resistance: <15mΩ
Pulse load: 45A / 5 seconds
Weight: 85 grams
Dimensions: 26.15 mm diameter / 65.60 mm length
Protection circuit: NONE
Life: 2000 full cycles (100% DOD) / 4000 full cycles (80% DOD) / 6000 full cycles (60% DOD)

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Customer Reviews

160cycles as new Review by Vlad
After 160 cycles these perform as new. No loss in capacity, well balanced. What I appreciate is the constant voltage of these which means you have a constant power delivery compared to li-ion where the power is direct proportional with the remaining capacity. A good bluetooth BMS helps measuring the right capacity. (Posted on 27-09-19)
2800mAh Review by V*
It's 2800mAh at 0.7A discharge. The charge curve is like in specs, but on the discharge the voltage under load of 2-3A is around 3.15V not 3.2 or 3.3 like on the datasheet. Discharging at 5A no problems.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/64242 (Posted on 03-01-19)

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Take care

  • Li-ion batteries can be dangerous when used wrong, short circuit or wrong usage can lead to fire or an explosion
  • Do not put the battery in a charger or equipment with wrong terminals connected
  • Never short cut the battery. Take care you don’t short cut it accidentally, do not put it in your pocked together with bunch of keys
  • Do not disassemble or deform the battery. Dispose it if the battery is deformed
  • Do not immerse in water
  • Avoid excessive physical shock or vibration
  • Do not expose to, dispose of the battery in fire
  • Keep out of the reach of children
  • Never use a modified or damaged charger
  • Do not leave battery in charger over 12 hours
  • Store the battery in a cool, dry and well-ventilated area
  • Dispose of in accordance with local regulations
  • Do not solder on these cells