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Samsung ICR18650-26C Cell Specifications
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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:Samsung
Model:ICR18650-26C
Capacity:2600mAh Rated
Voltage:3.70V Nominal
Charging:4.20V Maximum
1300mA Standard
2600mA Maximum
Discharging:2.75V Cutoff
520mA Standard
5200mA Maximum
Description:Pink Cell Wrapper
White Insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor

Data References:
http://www.datasheetframe.com/download.php?id=917877

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My battery measures 2.70V, is it safe to charge it?
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(11-17-2017, 05:41 PM)Jorjaso Wrote: My battery measures 2.70V, is it safe to charge it?

It's fine to charge cells at 2.70v. Since the cell is used and has an unknown life, you can't definitively say it's safe. Just charge and monitor closely like you would any other cell. If it gets hot or shows signs of not charging properly, throw it out.
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(11-17-2017, 05:41 PM)Jorjaso Wrote: My battery measures 2.70V, is it safe to charge it?

Oh yeah! 
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(11-17-2017, 05:41 PM)Jorjaso Wrote: My battery measures 2.70V, is it safe to charge it?

Yep should be fine. Can you measure the discharge rate ?
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I’ve recharged 18650’s that dipped as low as 1.5v I “trick” my charger by briefly holding the leads from a Lipo against each contact during the detection window
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