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High Energy LG Lithium 18650 Rechargeable Cell: 3.7V 2800mAh (10.36Wh) - LG ICR18650C2 - UN38.3 Passed

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Product ID # 5702
Part Number:
LC-18650-28LG

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5 to 20$7.28
21 to 50$7.13
51 to 100$6.98
101 or more$6.75

Features 

Item
Condition / Note
 Specification
Battery   LG 3.7V 18650 (ICR18650 C2) size Cylindrical Li-Ion Cell
Capacity Standard Charge / Discharge Nominal: 2800mAh Minimum: 2700mAh
Energy Density   207.2 Wh/kg
Nominal Voltage Average 3.75V
Standard Charge Constant Current Constant Voltage End Current (Cut Off) 1.35A (0.5C rate) 4.35V 50mA
Charging cut off voltage   4.30V
Max Charge Voltage   4.30V
Max Charge Current   2.7A (1.0A rate)
Standard Discharge Constant Current End Voltage (Cut Off) 0.54A (0.2C rate) 3.0V
Max Discharge Current -20°C (32°F) ~ 5°C (41°F) 5°C (41°F) ~ 45°C (113°F) 45°C(113°F)~60°C(140°F) 1.35A (0.5C rate) 5.4A (2.0C rate) 4.05A (1.5C rate)
Dimensions(DxH) Approx 18.4mm (0.72") x 65.05mm (2.6")
Weight Approx 50g +/- 3.0g (1.6  +/- 0.1 Oz)
Internal Impedance       less or equal to 70 milli-ohm (with PTC)
Operation Temperature Charge Discharge 0°C (32°F)~ 45°C (113°F) -20°C (-4°F) ~ 60'°C (140°F)
Storage Temperature 1 month 3 month 1 year -20°C (32°F) ~ 60°C (140°F) -20°C (32°F) ~ 45°C (113°F) -20°C (32°F) ~ 20'°C (68°F)
Certificate   UN Approved

Warnings

  • To reach max capacity of 2800mAh, please charge the battery to 4.30V. PCB with 4.30V cut-off must be applied.
  • Li-Ion Batteries may explode if charged or discharged improperly.
  • You must possess knowledge of electronic and understand hot to handle Li-ion battery. 
  • We reserve the right not to sell and void the warranty it you don't meet the above statement.
  • You must use a protection IC (PCB) to keep battery from overcharged and over-discharged
  • Never solder directly onto the Li-ion battery as overheat might cause battery to explode. If you are making a pack or need to solder batteries together, you need to get battery with tabs on it. You will solder to tabs instead directly onto the battery.
  • Please read more safety warning about Li-ion battery

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We own a national standard UN38.3 testing lab. We can provide UN38.3 test service to our customer.

If you want to set up your own lab, we also provide UN38.3 & IEC62133 equipments and onsite training. Email us for the quote and lead time.
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