Test/review of Hibatt IMR14500 700mAh (Orange)

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Test/review of Hibatt IMR14500 700mAh (Orange)

Hibatt IMR14500 700mAh (Orange)
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Official specifications:


  • Standard Capacity: 700mAh Real capacity
  • Minimum capacity: 650mAh
  • Rated voltage: 3.7V
  • Charging voltage: 4.20 ± 0.05V
  • Discharge cut-off voltage: 2.5V
  • Maximum charge voltage: 4.25V
  • Sustainable maximum charge current: 1A
  • Sustainable synergistic charging current: 2A
  • Sustainable maximum discharge current: 10A
  • Sustainable maximum discharge peak: 12A
  • instantaneous discharge current: 20A
  • weight: 23.1 ± 1.5g
  • allows ambient temperature: Charging: 0 ° C ~ + 45 ° C, discharge: -20 ~ + 60 ° C
  • Batteries surface temperature limits: Charging: 60 ° C, discharge: 80 ° C
  • dimensions: 14.2mm (D) × 50.0mm (H).

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High current 14500 cells from China.
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The two cells tracks very fine up to 7A, the 10A do not looks as good.
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The temperature is fairly cool even at 10A.
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Conclusion
The cells are slight overrated in capacity and current, but they have very good performance for high current 14500 cells.
Notes and links
How is the test done and how to read the charts
How is a protected LiIon battery constructed
More about button top and flat top batteries
Comparison to other LiIon batteries

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Thanks for the testing!

Nice batteries with the same performance as the windyfire 14500, but I like the orange colour better Smile

Are the latest Efest imr 14500 cells in your line-up too?

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Thanks for the review

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djozz wrote:
Are the latest Efest imr 14500 cells in your line-up too?

No, my queue is nearly empty. I have some Keeppower and have bought a few batteries.

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Thanks for one more great review HKJ! Thumbs Up

I wonder if you have in mind to test these TF IMR14500 700mAh that seem to be decent for their price.

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evankouros wrote:
I wonder if you have in mind to test these TF IMR14500 700mAh that seem to be decent for their price.

It is in the queue.

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HKJ wrote:
It is in the queue.

Is it a long one? Cool
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evankouros wrote:
HKJ wrote:
It is in the queue.
Is it a long one? Cool

As I wrote above it is nearly empty, with this I mean about one month testing. I do have test date for a couple of cell, i.e. it will be a few weeks more than that before everything is published.
I am looking for more batteries to add, but I will reduce my publishing rate in February or Marts, except if I get batteries from some manufacturers.

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HKJ wrote:
…As I wrote above it is nearly empty, with this I mean about one month testing…

HKJ, have recent Li-Ion shipping restrictions affected your ability to receive batteries for testing?

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SubLGT wrote:
HKJ, have recent Li-Ion shipping restrictions affected your ability to receive batteries for testing?

The only issue I have seen is a few $ extra shipping fee.

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