Keeppower 6000mah 26650 3.7V 22.2Wh

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Keeppower 6000mah 26650 3.7V 22.2Wh

New 26650 from KP for 2018. It is ready for order.

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Where? How?

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Same,, where is the link for the lazy people like me?

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Yes … purchase info please.

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I hope the 6000mAh rating is close to true. If so, I’m very interested.

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I’d be really surprised if those were 20A continuous discharge like it says on the label.

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Honestly, there's no standard yardstick for label/wrap specifications, and it is anyway wise not to blindly believe in them. 

Bench test results I'll wait for. 

 

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When can we get some independent tests? I really wonder if it’s the same cell as Shockli which was measured >5900 mAh at low currents…

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mortuus wrote:
https://eu.nkon.nl/rechargeable/26650/kp-imr26650-6000.html

https://eu.nkon.nl/rechargeable/26650/kp-26650-6000.html

Amazing price at NKON – almost half of other vendors! Thumbs Up
I’ll probably get a couple, just because. Facepalm

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Thanks all for flagging these up and providing links.

I’ve just ordered four of the protected version from NKON Smile I’ve also added them to HKJ’s review request thread – it might save him a little money if he was planning to test them anyway:

http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1274094#comment-1274094

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Any BLF review of cells?

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firedome wrote:
Any BLF review of cells?
Can’t find any test of the new one, but there are several of the older ones. They score good on capacity but less on drain (10A).
http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Common26650comparator.php

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they should work in convoy l6 right? Hard to tell if they are flat tops or not.

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mortuus wrote:
they should work in convoy l6 right? Hard to tell if they are flat tops or not.

They look to be ‘raised top’ and may make contact in serial, but if they don’t a small magnet between them should do.
I ordered two unprotected.

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IF this is PLB 55A cell then you can get the unprotected variant for less from Shockli.

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A liitokala successor?

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That’s with the default test setting of 500mA. Considering the Opus is known to over estimate capacity it would put those cells at about 5700/5800mAh i’d guess.

mortuus wrote:
they should work in convoy l6 right? Hard to tell if they are flat tops or not.

I can confirm they work in serial.

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HKJ got 5841 mAh down to 2.8V from Shockli 5500 mAh. You see more down to 2.9V (that’s what I see here ). So it may actually be a different cell.

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I just did a quick ceiling bounce test against a few other 26650 cells i have around, using a direct drive light, and i cant measure much gain compared to a Liitokala 50A. I was hoping for a little bump… Sad

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I bought four of the protected version from NKON; all four arrived in good condition at 3.86V. Haven’t tested them yet, but there’s a Convoy BD01 due in soon Smile

The protected version is flat top, and it’s practically dead flat, so I doubt they’d make a reliable connection in series. All of my stuff is single cell, though, so I can’t try it and report with certainty.

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Phlogiston wrote:
I bought four of the protected version from NKON; all four arrived in good condition at 3.86V. Haven’t tested them yet, but there’s a Convoy BD01 due in soon Smile

The protected version is flat top, and it’s practically dead flat, so I doubt they’d make a reliable connection in series. All of my stuff is single cell, though, so I can’t try it and report with certainty.

are they raised a bit or flat tops the protected?

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mortuus wrote:
Phlogiston wrote:
I bought four of the protected version from NKON; all four arrived in good condition at 3.86V. Haven’t tested them yet, but there’s a Convoy BD01 due in soon Smile

The protected version is flat top, and it’s practically dead flat, so I doubt they’d make a reliable connection in series. All of my stuff is single cell, though, so I can’t try it and report with certainty.

are they raised a bit or flat tops the protected?

This is the version I bought. The photo shows the flat top:

https://eu.nkon.nl/rechargeable/26650/kp-26650-6000.html

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well that photo doesnt show that great in that angle.. thats why i asked :/ its weird because the 5200mahs are raised so these arent then? as i would use them in convoy l6 they cant be flat…

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Just made a rather irritating discovery with the protected 6000mAh cells: they are very wide. None of my four will go into my Convoy BD06, yet the protected 5200mAh version fits and has enough space to rattle.

Specs:

Keeppower 5200mAh protected 26650:
26.4mm × 69.5mm

Keeppower 6000mAh protected 26650:
26.8mm × 69.0mm

I was aware of the sizes before I ordered, but I’m having trouble figuring out how 0.4mm is going to make that much of a difference. However, it’s going to be a few days before I can get my hands on my digital caliper and check the measurements for myself.

Fortunately, the 6000mAh cells should fit my Convoy X3, so I don’t have to send them back. I’ll just order a couple more 5200mAh cells for the BD06. I hope the BD01 I have coming in has enough clearance for the 6000mAh cells, though.

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Franz wrote:
A liitokala successor?

This is an expensive niche product, whereas Lii-50/INR26650-50A are for sale nearly everywhere online with a price the Lord likes. So, no way.

Also, its capacity statement is probably a sort of lie. Lots of battery rewrappers and even battery manufacturers lie about this with figures you may not see even following their particular datasheet testing methods. Seems a lot of people blindly love in lies, just not me. 

 

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Originally posted on Tue, 02/13/2018 - 19:37. Edited for correctness. Smile

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This one came from nkon.nl

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