Test/review of Golisi IMR26650 4300mAh (Gold)

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HKJ wrote:
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Hope some day you will test them and we will know what they are like. Most probably, some high-drain type like PF.

I am not really interested in testing used batteries (Except when sold as new) and getting new Tesla batteries is probably not possible.


The only one I know of is this Sanyo cell being sold by Vapcell. http://budgetlightforum.com/node/62761
It would be nice if you could test them, but I don’t want to get this thread too far off topic.

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Is it possible to purchase real Golisi-4300 on Ali-express or are there already fakes of this “gold”? Question

There are a lot of fakes of this cell our there. I would buy from known good sources, unless you just feel lucky. Maybe buy one or two from Banggood or Gearbest to see if they are legit. At least those are big companies and might refund you if they are fakes. From Aliexpress you never know. They are a market place made up of many stores, similar to ebay.

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Dimking wrote:
It is widely assumed that it is 18650b, but people say that the current curves are different. It appears that there are several subtypes of the B.
https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads/teslas-85-kwh-rating-needs-an-as...

This person charged his different batteries with the same charger with a certain charging current. However, the elements do not like to be charged with strong currents, therefore when high currents are supplied to them during the charging process, they gain threshold voltage much faster and therefore disconnect from the charger earlier. For a battery with a large number of cells, its charger is relatively normal, but for a battery with a smaller number of cells, this device is too strong. It’s simple, you just need to be able to think like an expert, and not like a paranoid despising Russians, because not politics is discussed here, but equipment and batteries.

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Juste un autre ennemi à moitié plein d’esprit de la société californienne qui croit pouvoir exprimer son opinion de profane partout, même quand on ne le lui demande pas. Mépris Smile
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volchyonok wrote:
Dimking wrote:
Juste un autre ennemi à moitié plein d’esprit de la société californienne qui croit pouvoir exprimer son opinion de profane partout, même quand on ne le lui demande pas. Mépris Smile
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Oui, c’est pareil pour moi, je n’ai pas compris de qui ni de quoi il parlait! Il aurait mieux de dire cela en Anglais peut-être que çà aurais presque pu vouloir dire quelque chose de compréhensible, mais là j’avoue, je donne ma langue au chat comme on dit en France, quand on ne comprend pas ou on ne sait pas une chose.

In english, for no-francophonic people:

Yes, it’s the same for me, I did not understand who or what he was talking about! It would be better to say that in English maybe it would have almost meant something understandable, but here I confess, “I give my tongue to the cat” as they say in France, when we do not understand or we do not know a thing.

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so it is not really protected but not completely unprotected. So can this protection beware from burn or explosion?

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Chicknburger wrote:
so it is not really protected but not completely unprotected. So can this protection beware from burn or explosion?

Unprotected cells are still capable of outgassing and burning if they are damaged or abused.

Just to set the record straight, Lithium batteries don’t explode like bombs, but they are capable of burning and outgassing.

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Okay. Thank you

Ok my last question.

Does the fusible link, protect the cell from outgasing or burn?

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Chicknburger wrote:
Okay. Thank you

Ok my last question.

Does the fusible link, protect the cell from outgasing or burn?


From what I see, this Golisi only has a CID. Current Interrupt Device which is like an internal fusible link. It only protects from over discharge like a short circuit.

It will still probably outgas or catch fire if physically damaged (pierced or crushed) or overheated.

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Thanks alot for your help Smile

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people on Banggood answerd my question, still claim this Cell has protected board. I cant find any of these Batteries unwrapped. Anyone here with this Batterie unwrapped it already?

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Chicknburger wrote:
people on Banggood answerd my question, still claim this Cell has protected board. I cant find any of these Batteries unwrapped. Anyone here with this Batterie unwrapped it already?

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They have to say what it protects. Over voltage? Under voltage? Temperature? Etc… I assume they are only referring to excess current (fusible link) and not any type of electronic circuitry.

Just skip this cell. Get the Aspire 4300 if you need a high drain 26650. There are several better choices.

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