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Samsung ICR18650-30B 2E94
#1
Hi,

I have a dead 2F8K3 DELL battery with eight ICR18650-30B cells inside (picture below). I want to replace these cells because I can't find any decent replacement battery anywhere.
I'm not familiar with cell's specs and I don't understand what the "2E94" line means.
I found similar cells on the internet but with a different line, like "2H41" for example.
Do I need to have the exact same cells and what does it mean ?

I'm new here, I hope I posted my topic in the right section.
Thank you all.

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#2
2E94 is just the manufactured date and possibly where it was built at.

The numbers you are looking up is the first line, "ICR18650-30B"

Here's the stats on these cells:
https://secondlifestorage.com/showthread.php?tid=1736
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#3
Its the production date of the cell.

Use this tool https://batterybro.com/pages/18650-date-...ookup-tool



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#4
Alright ! Thank you for this clarification Smile
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