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Help identify this cell from "dewalt" battery
#1
Can anyone help identify this cell?

It is out of a 2AH Dewalt battery pack.
I am unsure if it was an original or knock off battery pack.

Text from the side reads:

          C

A   TKU9RX8
       107867

On the bottom it says: 5U04




thanks.
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#2
Might be a Sanyo UR18650RX: https://secondlifestorage.com/t-Sanyo-UR...ifications

Often will go to the Cell Database, sort by wrap color, and then try to match the insulator color.
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#3
Learn how to read Sanyo numbers. It will be engraved on wrappwr
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#4
(07-11-2019, 05:06 AM)Chablis_m Wrote: Learn how to read Sanyo numbers.  It will be engraved on wrappwr

In this case there is nothing engraved on the wrapper, only the printed text.
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(07-11-2019, 05:54 AM)nathan173 Wrote:
(07-11-2019, 05:06 AM)Chablis_m Wrote: Learn how to read Sanyo numbers.  It will be engraved on wrappwr

In this case there is nothing engraved on the wrapper, only the printed text.

nathan173,
Correct sometimes there is nothing engraved on the Sanyo cells. Sometimes it is so faint though you need a 1 million candlepower searchlight and the Hubble telescope to find it.

If you look at the positive contact on your cell see if it has 6 legs or 3 legs. That's how you tell the difference between the UR18650F and the UR18650RX as the wrap and ring insulators are the same color.


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#6
Those are definitely high current Sanyos of 2000mAh.
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