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Samsung INR18650-30Q 3000mAh 15A Li-ion High Power Battery

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Samsung INR18650-30Q 3000mAh 15A Li-ion High Power Battery

 

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Nominal Voltage 3.6V
Nominal Capacity 3000mAh
       Nominal discharge capacity 3,000mAh
       Charge: 1.50A, 4.20V,CCCV 150mA cut-off,
       Discharge: 0.2C, 2.5V discharge cut-off
Standard charge CCCV, 1.50A, 4.20 ± 0.05 V, 150mA cut-off
Rapid charge CCCV, 4A, 4.20 ± 0.05 V, 100mA cut-off
Charging time
       Standard charge : 180min / 150mA cut-off
       Rapid charge: 70min(at 25℃) / 100mA cut-off
Max. continuous discharge temperature cut-off 70°C
       15A(at 25℃), 60% at 250 cycle
Discharge cut-off voltage End of discharge
       2.5V ( 2.5V discharge cut-off is better in cycle life )
Cell weight: 48.0g max.
Cell dimension
       Height : 64.85 ± 0.15 mm
       Diameter : 18.33 ± 0.07mm
Operating temperature (surface temperature)
Charge : 0 to 50 (recommended recharge release < 45°C)
Discharge: -20 to 75 (recommended re-discharge release < 60°C)
Storage temperature (Recovery 90% after storage)
       1.5 year -30~25°C(1*)
       3 months -30~45°C(1*)
       1 month -30~60°C(1*)


Applications
Suitable for most elcetronic devices, especially power tools such as e-bike and drill, e-cigarettes.

by Samsung

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So far so good

20 days in and only a few recharges it’s hard to really tell, but so far they seem ok. Running in a Lumintop GT3 and on high I’m sure it would draw any battery down fast. So far playing around showing off the nuclear explosion brightness of the GT3 I haven’t even drawn them down 50%. I’m sure on a lower setting they will last a reasonable amount of time.