Samsung 18650 battery INR18650-35E battery with protective circuit and button-headed version. The Samsung INR18650-35E battery is now the most powerful battery on the market.
The Samsung 35E beats the Panasonic NCR18650B battery,both in capacity and power capacity, with the long-held battery life of the most powerful battery on the market. In this price-performance ratio market's best 18,650 battery, you won't find a higher capacity (3500mAh) battery from a quality manufacturer at an equally low price!
Samsung INR18650-35E battery capacity is 3500mAh and maximum continuous current without circuit 8.0A (instantaneous maximum current 13.0A). This battery circuit-protected, button top version of the Samsung INR18650-35E battery with limited power is 5.0A. The Samsung INR18650-35E battery is available from us in three versions, flat without a protective circuit, button top with no protective circuit and this button head with a protective circuit.
Pro-akku recommendation (read why)
- Maximum continuous discharge current recommended: 5A (limited to protective circuit)
- Maximum operating power recommended by us: 15W
English Battery Test for Samsung 18650: https://lygte-info.dk/review/
Specifications: Samsung INR18650-35E button-headed, with protective circuit
- Nominal capacity: 3500 mAh
- Minimum capacity: 3500 mAh
- Rated voltage: 3.60V
- Normal charging: 1.70A continuous current to 4.2V voltage, maintenance current 68mA.
- Maximum charging voltage: 4.2V (maximum voltage to which the battery can be charged)
- Maximum charging current: 2.00A continuous current
- Lowest cut-off voltage when disassembling: 2.65V. This is also the cut-off voltage of the undervoltage protection.
- Maximum continuous discharge current: limited to 5A
- Dimensions: 70.0mm x 18.6mm
- Weight: 50.0 g
- Reloaded again: 500 times when decompression 3.50A continuous, remaining at least 60% of the capacity.
- Chemistry: LiNiCoAlO2
At least these things are taken into account when using the battery!
If your battery does not have a protective circuit, remember the battery safety and correct use of the battery! Li-Ion batteries contain a lot of energy and can even explode or ignite when used incorrectly.
- Use a high-quality charger to charge at the latest when the battery reaches 4.2V voltage.
- Always perform charging under supervision
- Do not disassemble the battery below the lowest discharge voltage (usually approx. 2.5V)
- Do not exceed the maximum charging current of the battery
- Do not exceed the maximum discharge current of the battery
- Do not short-circuit the battery
- Do not attempt to remove parts from the battery or otherwise mechanically
- Do not exceed the maximum permissible battery temperature when charging or
- Do not use batteries with a damaged cover
- Do not attempt to remove the metal parts of the
- Do not let the battery get wet
- Do not connect cables or connectors to the battery with a standard soldering
- Store batteries so that they do not touch each other
- If your device has more than 1 battery, always use and charge them together