Mollicell 18650 – The Mollicell 18650 is one of the newer and highly anticipated cells out by major manufacture and it hits a Grand Slam right out of the park. This cell makes a typical capacity of 2,600 mah with up to a whopping 35A in maximum continuous discharge rating. This is the hardest-hitting and longest-lasting 18650 cell on the market. Throw out all your batteries and replace them with these. You will not regret it!
Nominal Voltage: 3.7V.
- Capacity : 2600mAh.
- Lowest Discharge Voltage : 2.50V.
- Standard Charge : CC/CV (0.5A-4A max)
- Charging Cycles : > 500 cycles.
- continuous discharge rate : 25A.
- Operating Discharge Temperature: -20 - 60 Degree Celsius.
- Dimensions: 18 x 65 mm +/- 0.5mm.
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Here are a few tips:
Never completely discharge batteries (below 2.5V under load or 3V unloaded)
Charge fully (to 4.2V) before first use
Never charge batteries to 4.3V or above
Do not charge unattended
Do not store li-ion batteries fully charged for an extended period of time (weeks or more)
If you must store your battery, only store it in a case or individual box in a cool and dry place at approximately 3.6-3.7V
Use only high-quality battery chargers
Do not expose to heat
Do not connect the positive contact to the negative contact without an appropriate load and never exceed the battery's specifications
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Always charge these batteries on and within fireproof material
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Properly dispose of all battery cells and chargers in accordance with local laws and mandates (if you're unsure, contact your local municipality) If a rechargeable battery overheats, hisses, or bulges, immediately quarantine the battery from any combustible materials - ideally, take the battery outside
If a rechargeable battery catches fire, the FAA recommends pouring water or soda on the battery and surrounding areas - ideally, use a foam extinguisher to quell the fire
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