Test/review of Shockli 20700 3200mAh (Orange) 2018

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Test/review of Shockli 20700 3200mAh (Orange) 2018

Shockli 20700 3200mAh (Orange) 2018

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Official specifications:


  • Capacity: 3200mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 3.7V
  • Maximum discharge current: 30A

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High current battery in the new slightly larger form factor.

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The two batteries tracks very nicely and can deliver a good current.

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Conclusion

This battery is designed for high current and do that fairly well.



Notes and links

The battery was supplied by Shockli for review.

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I see your discharge/temperature graphs handle up to 50° ΔT. What is your cell temperature cutoff? Is it absolute or relative? Seems relative absolute to me, to ≈75°C. Is this right?

 

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Barkuti wrote:

I see your discharge/temperature graphs handle up to 50° ΔT. What is your cell temperature cutoff? Is it absolute or relative? Seems relative absolute to me, to ≈75°C. Is this right?

Yes, I started at 85°C, but have adjusted it down due to melted battery holders.

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Keystone make an aluminium 18650 / 20700? holder. Might not work well as a test fixture.

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Andrew_Debbie wrote:
Keystone make an aluminium 18650 / 20700? holder. Might not work well as a test fixture.

I need the 4 terminal connection and it is inside the plastic connection it melts.

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