Test/Review of Enercig 18650 2600mAh (Green)

Enercig 18650 2600mAh (Green)

Official specifications:

  • Nominal Capacity: 2500 mAh

  • Nominal Voltage: 3.6V

  • Discharge End Voltage: 2.0V

  • Standard Charging Current: 2.5A

  • Maximum Charging Current: 6A

  • Charging Voltage: 4.20+–0.05V

  • AC impedance: 7-15mOhm

  • Max. Continuous Discharging Current: 35A

  • Dimensions: 65.00mm (L) x 18.35 mm (D)

  • Weight: 45.1g

This is a very high current cell with good capacity.

The discharge curves matches perfectly and this cell handles 30A very nicely.
In my test I do not run it down to minimum voltage, for this reason I do not get the full capacity.

At 30A the cell gets hot and the temperature increases about 10°C after the discharge, some of it due to lag in my sensor and some of because it takes heat some time to get from inside the cell to outside the cell.


This is one of the best high current cells on the market.

Notes and links

The batteries was supplied by ENERDan for review.

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If its a real “VTC5A inside” then its realy the best high current 18650 battery

It is a real VTC5A, there will probably be a better cell in the near future.

Yeah m8, we all wait for VTC6, 30Q and HG2 need a real opponent