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Oberfail

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Brand:YLE (?)
Model:INR17670A160
Capacity:1600 mAh
Voltage:3.60V Nominal
Charging:4.20V Maximum
320mA Standard
1120mA Maximum
Discharging:3.00V Cutoff
800mA Standard
3200mA Maximum
Description:Red Cell Wrapper
Black Insulator Ring
17670 Form Factor

Data References: http://www.yiklik.com/index.php/products/detail/17818

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Tests so far have resulted in a capacity of around 1800 mAh per Cell.
 

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kzuc

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I found this in the dump, but I can't find more specs or datasheet about "ICR18650 "T"


Brand?
ModelICR18650T
Capacity2200mAh
Voltage :3,70 Nominal
Charging :no test
Dischargingno test
DescriptionGreen (Light)
White insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor
 

otto.buchler

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Hello, I would like to ask you about datasheet for this battery. I manage to get them from powerbank. I belive that this battery is 2000mAH.
 

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thanar

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LG LGFBM261865... Is there such a thing?

I opened up a laptop battery yesterday, it was a fairly recent 3rd-party replacement one. 4S configuration. First cell was CID-dead, the other 3 just finished testing. They are reporting around 2600mAh at 500mA, while still staying above 2400mAh at 1A discharge current, which I believe is quite decent.

However, I've never heard of an LGFBM261865 (apart from a few Alibaba google hits that no longer return any results), and would like to hear from you. Is this a generic chinese cell, that has been wrapped to look like a genuine LG cell, or is this a real deal?

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Marcu

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LG LGFBM261865... Is there such a thing?

I opened up a laptop battery yesterday, it was a fairly recent 3rd-party replacement one. 4S configuration. First cell was CID-dead, the other 3 just finished testing. They are reporting around 2600mAh at 500mA, while still staying above 2400mAh at 1A discharge current, which I believe is quite decent.

However, I've never heard of an LGFBM261865 (apart from a few Alibaba google hits that no longer return any results), and would like to hear from you. Is this a generic chinese cell, that has been wrapped to look like a genuine LG cell, or is this a real deal?

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I have the same battery now, from a bike-pack. I tested 20 cells with OPUS and they have from 2700-2850mA, resistance of 30mOhm (tested with SM8124A)
LG code tell, its build in April 2019. I think, its a bit stange with the resistance, becauce other LG cells from this time have arround 15-20mOhm.

My cells have a code S096D068N1 or S096D068N2
 

winny

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Found a new (to me) that I could not find in the database. Unknown brand. Gold transparent sleeve with white ring. Common denominator between them is just N18650. The rest seems to be batch/date and serial number. Printed directly on the cell there is another serial number seen through the sleeve. Came from a no name laptop replacement battery pack.
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Oberfail

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Found a new (to me) that I could not find in the database. Unknown brand. Gold transparent sleeve with white ring. Common denominator between them is just N18650. The rest seems to be batch/date and serial number. Printed directly on the cell there is another serial number seen through the sleeve. Came from a no name laptop replacement battery pack.
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Probably just relabled brand cells. Nothing to really care about as they are very uncommon.
 

winny

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Probably just relabled brand cells. Nothing to really care about as they are very uncommon.
Haven’t contributed in some time here. What’s the cutoff for making it into the database? Minimum brand name and datasheet available?
 

Oberfail

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Haven’t contributed in some time here. What’s the cutoff for making it into the database? Minimum brand name and datasheet available?
Yup + having luck getting the cell into the database. I have submitted one (or two?) and they still arent in the database.
 

Wolf

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I have the same battery now, from a bike-pack. I tested 20 cells with OPUS and they have from 2700-2850mA, resistance of 30mOhm (tested with SM8124A)
LG code tell, its build in April 2019. I think, its a bit stange with the resistance, becauce other LG cells from this time have arround 15-20mOhm.

My cells have a code S096D068N1 or S096D068N2
LG LGFBM261865... Is there such a thing?

I opened up a laptop battery yesterday, it was a fairly recent 3rd-party replacement one. 4S configuration. First cell was CID-dead, the other 3 just finished testing. They are reporting around 2600mAh at 500mA, while still staying above 2400mAh at 1A discharge current, which I believe is quite decent.

However, I've never heard of an LGFBM261865 (apart from a few Alibaba google hits that no longer return any results), and would like to hear from you. Is this a generic chinese cell, that has been wrapped to look like a genuine LG cell, or is this a real deal?

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Yes there is such thing @thanar
This is a series of LG cells called the M26 as in LG M26 also known as the INR18650-M26 they are either purple or gray with a white insulator. Manufacturer says ≤60mΩ but AC IR should be between 30mΩ to no more than 45mΩ for acceptable results of 95+% SoH.
Spec sheet here. https://datasheetspdf.com/pdf-file/1165169/LG/INR18650-M26/1
These are the 4 flavors I am familiar with.
Wolf
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Russell Smith

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Its been a while folks, but I've just found a cell I cant ID.
Google has failed me (or my search skills have - one or other)

Orange / Gray wrap combo

DX 186501C 26
062A15235
C15271018982

5 came out of a 13000mah 'S16' PowerBank. Indicating 2600mah.

1A testing on an OPUS gave between 2500 and 2700mah (5 cells tested)
 

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italianuser

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Its been a while folks, but I've just found a cell I cant ID.
Google has failed me (or my search skills have - one or other)

Orange / Gray wrap combo

DX 186501C 26
062A15235
C15271018982

5 came out of a 13000mah 'S16' PowerBank. Indicating 2600mah.

1A testing on an OPUS gave between 2500 and 2700mah (5 cells tested)
Look like typical unbranded/noname cells. Maybe under the wrapping there could be some other info.
 

Oberfail

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Brand:Spmy
Model:US26650
Capacity:2800 mAh
Voltage:3.60V Nominal
Charging:? V Maximum
? mA Standard
? mA Maximum
Discharging:? V Cutoff
? mA Standard
? mA Maximum
Description:Blue Cell Wrapper
Eggshell-white Insulator Ring
26650 Form Factor

Removed once cell, because it leaked and rusted.

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