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Bass_boy

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Sanyo UR18650A with Purple top



I have edited the picture of the Sanyo UR18650A with a white insulator. I have the UR18650A with the Purple insulator.

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Always learning

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I guess I have a new one here.
This one is dead. It was taken off from a Parkside power tool pack that for some odd reason it stopped charging.
I called the Manufacturer and they say they only guaranty the power packs for 6 months :mad: .
This pack was barely used and because it was just over 2 years old,it wasn't covered by any warranty.
So I openedup the packand measured the voltage of every individual celland found this one was dead and all the others werebetween 2.7v and 3.0vish.
I charged them back up individually while they were in the pack using my Liitokala chargerand crocodile clips to 3.85v without any issues.
I will keep the remaining 4 cells in case I need them for my other powertool batteries.

I also found some info online regarding a similar cell:

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/66074

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rrmaron

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A2D_Electronics said:
I believe I have a few new cells here.


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Here are some purple ASO/SZN cells. Don't know if the are the same ones as on the database already.

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This one seems to be of a similar series, it came out of a Dell J1KND replacement chinese battery. Initial voltages of the 3 pairs were 1.16V, 1.63V and 1.84V). Charged to 3V using NicaD setting of imax B6 charger and then charged to 4.1V using LiPo setting,the respective pairs showed about 2700maH per pair.
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chmistry

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I have disassembled 16 e-bike batteries which contained 60 18650 cells each.

Almost all (14 out of 16) batteries contained below cells, I have had trouble finding the manufacturer.

Quite a lot of the cells have good SOH and IR.

I could depict from some forms that were attached to the batteries that they were from 2016-ish.



My best guess is that they are manufactured/branded by Headway, as a similar looking 2000mAh cell can be seen on this page.

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Could not find any datasheet or other reference, any help is welcome.
 

Pikoko

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Found some BNF batteries in a hover board battery pack.

BNF ICR18650 2000mAh 3.7v

Product Name:Rechargeable cylindrical 18650 2000mAh 3.7V 5C discharge lithium ion battery cell
Nominal Capacity:2000mAh @0.2C Discharge
Nominal Voltage:3.7V
Quick Charge Current:2000mA?1.0C5rate?
Quick Discharge Current:6000mA?3.0C5rate?
Max Discharge Current:10000mA?5.0C5rate?
Initial ImpedanceMax:35m?

They have a website but unable to post a link

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PtheDude

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Kabuki pid='60739' dateline='1584990839']I didn't find this version if the Hitachi Maxell cells in the database. Purple wrapper, black insulator. Model number INR18650PB2. Sourced from a Hitachi 18V battery pack.
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Stat sheet for this badboy.
 

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resr

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Found 8 pcs. of Samsung ICR18650-22HU that seemed to be missing from database. Light green wrapper, white insulator.

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Rcontent

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Found inside the original JBL Control X wireless box.
2 Pcs in total, didnt found this exact one in the database.
Text on the battery:N18650A Q260 0160B 03271
Battery info:Should be if i am correct: 2600mAh, 7.4V, 19.2 Wh, further unknown

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Also didnt find this one in the DB, found those (6pcs in total) inside my dead Asus laptop battery.
Text on the battery:LB-YN/A2 2050mAh LIBOWER RABEOE 011
Battery info: (written on battery case itsel): 11.1V, 4400mAh, 49Wh (total specs of the whole battery pack, so not from a single battery.)

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james10739

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I guess I should probably wait till I have tested them but these were in a 40v Black & Decker tool battery from canon the battery said it is supposed to be 2.5AH but I see 15 on the cells so probably more like 1500mah I believe the pictures are clear but they say(THISS 18650HR15 2019.08.03 3.6V)image_jnyhbe.jpg


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I got some more that came from a laptop battery with 4s1p the color is a little weird but it's about the same as those Panasonic

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resr

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Found these in a Sony VGP-BPS2C battery pack. Cell origin: Japan, capacity 2600mAh. Last 8 digits are probably serial number as all 6 have different numbers._
 
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Hyraelle

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Found some LG chem blue cells ( as opposed to cyan ) Named : INR18650s3 +DS190G095AE-
I searched the forum for info on those but none popped up. I added the manufacturer square code thingy because i could :)>
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zoepionierin

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"New" Zell for the Database. Taken from a fairly old laptop Battery
Brand: YikLik (YLE)
Type: INR18650A205
Nominal Capacity: 2050 mAh
Minimum Capacity: 2000 mAh
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 V
Internal Impedance: </= 48mOhm
Energy: </= 7.38 Wh
Standard Charging: 410 mA
Quick Charging: 2050 mA (1 C)
Charging Voltage: 4.2 V
Continuous Discharging: 5 A
Cut-off Voltage: 2.75 V
Weight: </=45g
 

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Karlredance

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Came from a snap-on 18v lithium battery pack. The pack was a 3.0AH pack so the cells just be around 1500MAH. the pack was made April 2011 and that is the closest I can come up with for an age of these cells
 

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Farid

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Hi
it is my first post on this forum.:)
i found this in a laptop battery pack. i think the brand is SNZS
 

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