Test/review of EnerPower+ 32600 6000mAh (Yellow)

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Test/review of EnerPower+ 32600 6000mAh (Yellow)

EnerPower+ 32600 6000mAh (Yellow)
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Official specifications:


  • Nominal voltage: 3.6V
  • Nominal capacity: 6000mAh

EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-info
This size is same diameter as D cells, but slightly longer. The capacity is fairly low for the size of the cell (This is as expected).
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EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-Capacity
The discharge curves looks fairly good, but not perfect, there is a capacity difference between the cells.
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-Temp-7.0
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-Temp-10.0
The cell did not really get warm, the protection circuit tripped before I could draw enough current to really heat the cell.
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-CapacityTimeHours
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EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-Energy
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-PowerLoadTime
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-TripCurrent
EnerPower+%2032600%206000mAh%20(Yellow)-Charge
Conclusion
With larger size LiIon batteries there is not much extra capacity, but the voltage stays high for longer.
Performance is as expected for this size battery.
Notes and links
The batteries was supplied by Enerpower for review.

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
Compare to 18650 and other batteries

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Edited by: HKJ on 05/21/2017 - 11:33
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Those cells seem to have no future with rumours of Tesla 2170’s being over 5000 mAh :v

Btw, HKJ, do you have any 2170’s on your hands? E.g. Samsung ones that are already released.

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Shadowww wrote:
Those cells seem to have no future with rumours of Tesla 2170’s being over 5000 mAh :v

That sounds rather optimistic and will probably mean lower current (I.e. below 20A). The voltage will probably also be lower than this cell.
Anyway the 32650 cells is mostly a curiosity with fairly limited applications.

Shadowww wrote:
Btw, HKJ, do you have any 2170’s on your hands? E.g. Samsung ones that are already released.

http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Samsung%20INR21700-30T%203000m...(Gray)%20UK.html

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Thanks HKJ. The old unprotected version of the Trustfire TF32650 still reigns king. They test @6700mAh, and with little sag at moderate currents. Unbelievably, my 4 cells are 3 years old and still remain balanced and stable. Perfect for my Fenix TK70 mod. Its hard to believe China created cells that Id actually recommend to others!

Do you have any idea which cells are beneath the Enerpower 32600 wrappers? I wonder how they would perform without the PC?