Test/review of Unknown LI26350C 2000mAh (Purple)

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Test/review of Unknown LI26350C 2000mAh (Purple)

Unknown LI26350C 2000mAh (Purple)
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Official specifications:


  • Battery Capacity (FastTech Tested): 2000mAh
  • Battery Capacity (Mfg Rated): 2000mAh
  • Battery Chemistry: INR – LiNiCoMnO2
  • Battery Feature: Rechargeable
  • Battery Form Factor: INR26350
  • Battery Maximum Voltage: 4.2V
  • Battery Minimum Voltage: 3V
  • Battery Rated Voltage: 3.7V

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I do not know the brand of this 2635 battery, this size is rather uncommon (It is about half the length of the more common 26650).
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Discharge curves looks fairly good and the battery has constant capacity up to about 7A.
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Conclusion
A uncommon size, but if you need this size the battery is fairly good (The performance cannot match the larger 26650 cells)!
Notes and links
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
Compare to 26650 and other batteries

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Thanks.
Aren’t this the good Liitokala which Banggood used to sell a while ago? I have a couple of them, good for modding 26650 lights for MT-G2, XHP-…

Edit:
Had a quick look at my Banggood stats and I’m not sure anymore that this cells have been labeled as Liitokala. Can’t open the product page or order details.

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Thanks for the review HKJ.

How safe are they to use in series?

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
How safe are they to use in series?

If you light stops at 6V they are fairly safe, but without individual protection the safety is on the low side.

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Do you know how these compare to the icr26350’s that mtnelectronics sells in terms of safety and performance?

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Gea2427 wrote:
Do you know how these compare to the icr26350’s that mtnelectronics sells in terms of safety and performance?

No, I cannot say anything about batteries without testing them.
I do not receive batteries from US companies anymore, probably because they are rather expensive to ship.

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