The unshielded, original Sanyo NCR18650GA 3450mAh 10A 18650 battery is perhaps the best 10A continuous-powered 18650 batteries. The Sanyo NCR18650GA 3450mAh battery is ideal for evaporation up to 30W and flashlights with proprietary protective electronics.
The Sanyo NCR battery behaves like an IMR battery but its battery chemistry is different. The NCR battery is based on LiNiCoAlO2 battery chemistry using aluminium dioxide (AlO2). This metal oxide improves battery safety as it effectively results in heat out of the battery.
Pro-akku .com recommendation
- maximum continuous discharge current recommended: 10A
- Maximum operating power recommended by us: 30W
- HERE a great charger for this battery!
Technical data: Sanyo NCR18650GA (almost) flat head, no protective circuit
- Nominal capacity: 3450 mAh
- Minimum capacity: 3350 mAh
- Rated voltage: 3.60V
- Normal charging: 1.65A continuous current to 4.2V voltage, maintenance current 100mA.
- Maximum charging voltage: 4.2V (maximum voltage to which the battery can be charged)
- Maximum charging current: Not indicated
- Lowest cut-off voltage when disassembling: 2.50V.
- Maximum continuous discharge current 10.00A
- Dimensions: 65.1mm x 18.3mm
- Weight: 49.5 g
- Reloaded again: 300 times, after decompression 15.00A continuous, with at least 70% remaining capacity.
- Chemistry: NCR
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