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#61
I couldn't find anything on Google about this cell - LGABE2L1865. Running a 500mA discharge test now for voltage curve/identification. Most likely a high capacity/low power cell based on the equipment it came from:





Great capacity/IR result; 3225.7mAH, 46.3mOhm (DC).

Voltage curve for identification purposes (normalized, X-axis in capacity):
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#62
Will post a new battery in next post

HZNB INR18650P2000

Orange whit white ring

Some info
https://b2brazil.com/hotsite/hubeichinae...y-recharge


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#63
I just collected a cell that matches the appearance of UR18650FM in the table (Red wrap, Black ring) but is embossed as UR18650Y.
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#64
(02-11-2020, 12:13 AM)auriclux@usa.net Wrote: I just collected a cell that matches the appearance of UR18650FM in the table (Red wrap, Black ring) but is embossed as UR18650Y.


Photos? Perhaps a fake?
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#65
(02-06-2020, 07:14 PM)kj3lll3 Wrote: Will post a new battery in next post

HZNB INR18650P2000

Orange whit white ring

Some info



[quote pid='59398' dateline='1581016459']
I can't believe this is the only reference to this cell I could find [and only indexed in the image results]. I pulled a 10s2p 
42v pack out of a hoverboard. Before opening it, I was pretty happy as the BMS was all built in to one neat package in a 
mold injected package. Upon opening the pack, it was rusted... water damaged so I disassembled it. 6 of the 20 cells were
able to be restored with a Nitecore charger. I can't contest to the capacity or accuracy of stated specs, but I doubt the chemistry
is misrepresented as the device I removed it from was used for quite a while.  

It was removed from board that was labeled with the following.
 YongKang Dingchang Industry Trade Co Ltd Model LBW01 UL number E484387 [right] manufactured 11-2016.

Hope that helps
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#66
BakA04 18650cIL 2400

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#67
Have some new Li-Po here. The print is very difficulty to see. But i have it:

- II4EJT3
- OO12337

I upload a video but I cant add a url... Please write me to get the link of it.



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#68
(02-16-2020, 02:05 PM)TeXon Wrote: Have some new Li-Po here. The print is very difficulty to see. But i have it:

- II4EJT3
- OO12337

I upload a video but I cant add a url... Please write me to get the link of it.




I'm pretty sure this is a UR18650F, but I'm having trouble finding a reference to confirm it. It's one of the classic red ring Sanyo "heaters". I've got a few, I'll take a picture when I get back on Friday.

I've got a new addition, a DBK INR20650A3350. I can't find any data on it, but it was from a Blackweb 20100mAH power bank (here's a link to the OEM manufacturer: https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/2...82548.html ). Measures just about 3350mAH as stated.



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#69
INR18650-35E
SAMSUNG    SDI

Purple Wrapper


 
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#70
LGGBM261865


I smeared the ink a bit cleaning off glue. Sad

purple wrapper
white insulator

Specifications: https://www.18650batterystore.com/18650-p/lg-m26.htm
• Model: LG M26
• Size: 18650
• Style: Flat Top
• Protected: No
• Rechargeable: Yes
• Nominal Capacity: 2600mAh
• Continuous Discharge Rating: 10A
• Nominal Voltage: 3.65V
• Approximate Dimensions: 18.4mm x 65.2mm
• Approximate Weight: 44g

data sheet sorta a generic dta sheet for all? lg m26 18650 cells
https://www.batteryspace.com/prod-specs/11609.pdf
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