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Cell Database Submissions and Updates
We have compiled an extensive database of cell information here on the forums. In order to keep improving and make it grow, we need your help! As you are breaking down your battery packs to recover cells, please consider taking pictures. We are especially looking for new cells that are not in the database yet. If you have new information to submit or update, please reply to this thread. You can new cells, pictures of cells already in the database, and spec sheets if we are missing them. A staff member will save the information to the database and put a note in the post that it has been updated.

New Cell Submissions
* New cell submissions must include a minimum of two pictures, one from the side (example picture) and one from the top showing the insulator ring (example picture). These pictures will be used to generate the thumbnail used for the database listing. These pictures must be taken directly from the front. The pictures cannot be on an angle. You may add any amount of additional pictures after the initial two. The more the better!

Picture Requirements:
* The cell must be clean. No glue, torn wrappers, capacity writing, etc.
* The picture must occupy most of the frame, not from far away.
* Please use a clean background. The cell should be the only subject in the picture. No junk in the background.
* The image should be properly lit, no dark or fuzzy pictures.
* We are only interested in high resolution pictures. Pictures should be a minimum of 2560x1960 (5MP).
* Pictures must be clear and in focus.
* Pictures must be yours that you took with your camera. Do not submit pictures from the Internet.
* Do not crop the pictures to odd proportions. Please submit the full resolution photo from the camera

Examples of Good Pictures:

Examples of Bad Pictures:
I created this new thread as a clean start. I believe I got everything from the other thread. People are starting to send in pictures from all over and I'm loosing track a bit. I updated the requirements/information in the first post. Please give it a read through before submitting any additional pictures. Thank you everyone who has contributed thus far.

The key points going forward:
* No blurry/out of focus pictures
* No cropped pictures with odd resolutions

Thank you!
Brand: Sanyo
Model:  HR-4/3FAU
Capacity: 4.5 Ah
Voltage: 1.20V Nominal (NiMH, not lithium)
Charging: 1.5V Cutoff; 450mA Standard; 3000 mA Maximum
Description: Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell, Not Lithium; Dark Green Wrapping; Black Ring; 18650 Form Factor except ~1mm longer; Found in older laptop packs, not compatibly with 18650 lithium cells; Specifications link:

Attached Files
.pdf   Sanyo HR-43FAU.pdf (NiMH, 1.2V Nominal).pdf (Size: 100.36 KB / Downloads: 75)
Found these prismatic cells in a Toshiba pack, which I assumed was lipo, interestingly, this is their, as packed condition, no wrapping at all, and the external caseings, is the positive side, not the negative, like 18650's. The negative terminal is the small rectangular pad in the centre on the top side.
Wasn't able to find out too much information yet, but I can say they are 9mm x 38mm x 64mm.....and rated at 3030mah
I believe I have a few new cells here.

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

I have several new cells to add here (they aren't flat tops though), and one variant of a cell in the database already.  I was unable to track down any information on the three new cells.

First: Interstate ICR18650 2200  (protected cell)


Unknown Brand: EL-186502200-HS : Button top

Unknown Brand: Flat top

LG Chem: ICR18650S2 (one in database is peach coloured)
(12-11-2017, 11:56 PM)A2D_Electronics Wrote: I believe I have a few new cells here.

Here are a couple of photos on white background for the blue wrapper 18650 6B00112 +barcode- CJ cell


This one tested to 1632 mAh on the Opus at 500ma
Gary G.

Working on a 32 port #FCDS
24 ports complete... logging to Influx/Grafana


Cannot find a spec sheet anywhere.

The laptop battery they come from lists capacity as both 3450 and 3600 mAh.  It also lists the voltage of the 3S battery as 11.55V.  Another battery with the same Part Number and specs contained 3 Samsung ICP496080D cells, so I assume the chemistry and capacity is the same.
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I found some Farasis Energy, Inc IMR18650E22 cell in some Dell battery packs.
I have included the Data Sheet.

Attached Files
.pdf   IMR18650E22-Farasis.pdf (Size: 679.46 KB / Downloads: 82)
Here is a picture of some LG prismatics, P/N LGUH6NF6060. I have other cells labeled LGUH6IA6661, so I think the designator is LGUH6. These are from HP slim ZO04XL batteries rated 64WH 15.2V (4s configuration, so the cells are 3.8V nominal, LiHV (at least 4.3V, I've pulled cells that are at 4.24V), but since I don't have one of these laptops to confirm, I'm not sure). The cells are 3930mAH nominal according to the pack label. Cell dimensions are 59.8mm wide x 5.8mm thick x 79.1mm tall. Metal case is positive, with a negative in the middle, and a PTC and tab on the left.


Side note, these batteries are a pain in the butt to extract, and easy to short out trying to clip the leads. I wouldn't recommend it unless you have a large supply of these for free. I personally will likely only be getting these (or in larger proportion to 18650 based packs) so I think I'll try and make a standard 3D printed holder for these cells to make them easier to work with.

Update: Cell tested at 3545mAH, 157mOhm at 4.2V.

Charge curves:

Tested one of the LGUH6IA6661 cells, it has basically the same performance, 3569mAH, 132mOhm at 4.2V:

Edit: Correction, the LGUH6IA6661 cells are 6.6mm thick.
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