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Enercig 26650 3400mAh - 34A

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EAN / GTIN  4250615509696
Weight - g  93
Brand  Enercig
Model  EC-26HD
Size  26650
Battery chemistry  Li-ion
Voltage  3.6V
Min. capacity - mAh 3,200.00
Typ. capacity - mAh 3,400.00
Battery version  Flat top
Discharge current - A 34.00
Circuit protection  Unprotected
Height - mm 66.00
Diameter - mm 26.20

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Enercig 26650 3400mAh 3.7V Flat Top Battery

NOT protected! Don't buy this unless you know what you are doing! This battery is NOT for flashlights!

Type. Capacity 3400 mAh
Weight approx. 93 g
Diameter 26.2
Length 66 mm
Voltage 3.6 volt
Charging voltage 4.2 V
Discharge voltage 2.5 volts
Max. Charging current 3 0A
Max. Discharge current ~ 34A constant (10C)
Protection circuit board (PCB) No

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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