Sona battery pack LS LR1865LA cells from alarmhookup (ebay)
What I found on the net they are Tianjin Lishen 18650 electric tools lithium LR1865LA10C cells
white/light grey ring Green wrapper Gold band on negative end.
The cells are green the gold band on the one i took the photo of is mylar . Just opened another pack up and no mylar all a pretty green.
new photos hopefully better
the batteries kept rolling so I placed a piece of board in front of them for the photos
better pics at last
The last pack I processed hada few cells with a letter- six digit number C,D, F are the letters I have seen so far.
1900mAh Rated Voltage:
3.70V Nominal Charging:
1900mA Standard Discharging:
2.5V Cutoff Description:
Red Cell Wrapper
Black Insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor[/size]
Note: Added pics and capacity to existing entry.
Is already in the DB but mine have a purple ring, perhaps like the one noted in the DB without a model number?
Markings SANYO L
Note: Added as a variant to existing entry, thanks!
Datasheet as attachment
I think I have found a new variation of the Sony SE US18650GR. They dont match any of the existing pictures in the database.
Under the SE US18650GR it has T 7C114PI12C. I dont know if that is anything or what it means if it is anything. I dont know the mAh either as it doesnt say. The outer casing of the battery pack said 11.1V 4800mAh though and had 6 cells in it.
Ihopethis is the right way to get the pictures and information I have on the cells to you. If not, sorry up front.
I'm uploading 5 new cells. 2 are LiFePO4 18650, 1 is a 26700 cell, and 2 others are 18650 probably high drain cells (salvagedfrom powertool packs), but I can't find data on them.
High Star ISR18650 --> No data sheet found (salvaged from a power tool, so most likely high drain)
SF US18650V --> No data sheet found (salvaged from a power tool, so most likely high drain)
photos (i've tried to give the files useful names)
I came across a couple cells I don't see in the database. First is marked +FP. I found 6 of these in really good shape. Tested well too.
The second looks like an LG, but there is no brand name written. Also, the code doesn't match up with anything. I only have 3 of these, and physically they are in kind of rough shape, but they also tested well. Here's the best one of the three: