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Enercig 26650 3400mAh - 30A

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EAN / GTIN  4250615509696
Weight - g  93
Brand  Enercig
Model  EC-26HD
Size  26650
Battery chemistry  Li-ion
Battery  Rechargeable
Voltage  3.6V
Min. capacity - mAh 3,400.00
Battery version  Flat top
Discharge current - A 30.00
Circuit protection  Unprotected
Height - mm 66.00
Diameter - mm 26.20

Availability: In stock

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Capacity: 3400mAh
Rated Voltage 3.6V - 3.7V
Charging cycle termination voltage 4.20V ± 0.05V
max. discharge current: 30A
Do not discharge deeper than 2.5V
Plus pool: Flat top
Chemistry: Li-ion
Protection circuit: Without
Diameter: 26.2mm
Height: 66mm
Weight: 93g

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Customer Reviews

Over rated ! Review by Antonis
This is a 18-20A max Li-Ion , providing 3400mAh but at low average discharge voltage <3,3V. You have many 26650 better options with higher capacity at real 15-20A than this that should be around 4500mAh at least (Posted on 17-07-20)
Voltage Drop on these was low Review by US Dale B
I was comparing them with some brillipower 80A:) 4500 mAh batteries, and these batteries had around .1v or more voltage drop then enercig on my dual parallel mech mod. With a .07 ohm coil the voltage drop was so noticeable that enercig produce thicker smoke. I wasn't hitting most of them, just testing voltage drop, but with the 2 .07 ohm coils I have, I hit it hard and it was great. I tested them with coils between .07 and .12 ohms. Putting in batteries first and measuring watts, firing and checking voltage drop. I had to use google translate here:). (Posted on 30-12-16)

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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