LG LGABC11865 Cell Specifications

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LithiumSolar

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Warning: The information in this thread was obtained from various sources on the Internet, including any datasheets linked below, and is provided for reference only. It is not guaranteed to be accurate. To prevent fire or personal injury, never charge or discharge a cell before verifying the information yourself using the original specifications sheet provided by the manufacturer.

Brand:LG
Model:LGABC11865 (ICR18650C1)
Capacity:2800mAh Rated
Voltage:3.75V Nominal
Charging:4.35V Maximum
1350mA Standard
2700mA Maximum
Discharging:3.00V Cutoff
540mA Standard
4050mA Maximum
Description:Brown (Light) Cell Wrapper
White Insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor


Data References:
www.meircell.co.il/files/LG%20ICR18650C1.pdf

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mccabian

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Am testing a whole batch (60pcs) of them now on the Opus but they pretty much all test under 1000mAh. Were taken from laptop batteries.


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Cherry67

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Good test objcts for IR discussion.
 

Kenjirou

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mccabian said:
Am testing a whole batch (60pcs) of them now on the Opus but they pretty much all test under 1000mAh. Were taken from laptop batteries.

I have to agree with you, i got 9 cells from a Notebook, and they all tested between 900 and 1350mAh. Rating in Datasheet seems off, or they deteriorate really fast in use.
 

Wolf

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Cherry67 said:
Good test objcts for IR discussion.

Well it just so happens that I have the IR information on this cell.
Here are all theLGABC11865 cells I have tested and the results.
I have binned many of these cells but several came through with a reasonableIR and you can see the results.

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And thanks to Nemo the Pivot table of the IR to capacity correlation.

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Also a snapshot of the IR list with acceptable IR readings for that cell

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As you can see an IR of >50m? and the cell is no good. I would say at an IR of ?45m? and the cell should come alive.

All m? measurements are done with a YR1030 meter that uses 1kHz AC and 4 wire kelvin measurements as per cell manufactures instructions on how to measure IR.

All this information can be found in my Harvested cell analysis.xlsx sheet on my google drive.

Wolf
 

ben.gibbs

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Im just looking at these cells as they are the first 4.35v cells ive come across.Im new to this. lol. ive heard that if you discharge 4.35v cells at 4.2 there would be a marked decrease in mah performance. could this have something to do with there lackluster performance on the discharge?
 

Wolf

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ben.gibbs said:
Im just looking at these cells as they are the first 4.35v cells ive come across.Im new to this. lol. ive heard that if you discharge 4.35v cells at 4.2 there would be a marked decrease in mah performance. could this have something to do with there lackluster performance on the discharge?
ben.gibbs,

The .15 Volt difference is going to make about a 2% difference in capacity measurements. Cell capacity is usually observed in the "sweet spot" which is generallybetween ~3.9V to ~3.2V that is where you will find the maximum amount of capacity. Either side of that "sweet spot" you may collect an additional 5% of capacity.
The lackluster performance,well that is in the IR of the cell. I can guarantee you that any LGABC11865 cell with an IR (measured with a 4 wire 1kHz AC Ohm meter such as a YR1030) that is > 50m? will not be satisfactory. TheLGABC11865 2800mAh cell needs to have an IR of at least?48m? to give you an acceptable SOHof at least 80%.
Wolf

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ben.gibbs

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Thanks Wolf. That's one awe inspiring spreadsheet you have there and a great source of information.
im glad that the higher volt cells arent going to be an issue as i have found more. lol. i have a few of these cells ill have to test them up and see what i have.

Thank You
 
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