Test: Trustfire TR10440 600mAh

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leaftye
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Test: Trustfire TR10440 600mAh

 

 

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Notes

Batteries provided by Hedone Mods. They were used for up to two full cycles before testing started.

To simplify testing and prevent mistakes, batteries in each test were charged at 0.2A and discharged to 2.80V.

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The low mode should be lower.

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Great review thanks leaftye

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thanks for testing, ... and I'll stick to Efest 10440's Smile

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Thanks!  I wonder how the grey wrapper protected Trustfires fare?  I have some of those and they seem OK but I never use them long before recharging or push them hard.  I guess with Trustfire / Ultrafire you probably never really know what cell you're getting anyways. 

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Thanks for your extensive testing leaftye. Beer


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RMM wrote:
Thanks!  I wonder how the grey wrapper protected Trustfires fare?   

I think it's safe to assume that it won't have the capacity listed on the label, but I have no idea about anything else.  I wonder if fakes still apply to this battery type.  Isn't there far less sources for this type?

The low mode should be lower.

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i have 2 pairs of 10440 i think, not sure if they’re trustfire or ultrafire though. 1 pair grey protected and 1 pair blue unprotected, or the other way. it looks as if i haven’t tested them with my opus bt-c3100 yet though.
might do it some day and upload my results to this thread if i remember