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Sanyo UR18650ZT Cell Specifications
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.

Model:UR18650ZT (R1122)
Capacity:2650mAh Rated
Voltage:3.70V Nominal
Charging:4.30V Maximum
1890mA Standard
--- mA Maximum
Discharging:3.00V Cutoff
530mA Standard
5300mA Maximum
Description:Orange Cell Wrapper
Purple Insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor

Data References:


The cells do not have any print on them.
mike likes this post
How do we positively identify this is a UR18650ZT then? Just by the ring color/wrap color? I need to go through and double check all of the Saynos at some point.
(09-19-2017, 04:59 PM)mike Wrote: How do we positively identify this is a UR18650ZT then? Just by the ring color/wrap color? I need to go through and double check all of the Saynos at some point.

There is another way, I'm surprised no-one else has noticed before.
I'm not sure it's 100% reliable, but combined with the ring color, especially for those that have similar coloured rings (blue's and teal etc) I think it works.
I haven't processed my Sanyo's yet so no photo's, but I'll try to take some and post in the relevant pages in the next day or two.

EDIT: Just found a photo on google I can use....
Under the wrapper (most can be read through the wrapper)
ZT followed by two digits. Those two digits will change, but the ZT stays the same.
This seems to hold true for most of my different Sanyo's (FJ, FK, Y etc) with only a few exceptions.

wimpie007 likes this post
I have just processed such cells yesterday
The brand "Sanyo" and the model "UR18650ZT" are embossed on the wrapping itself. You can see it by slowly turning the battery in your hands with a good light source.
DK100 likes this post
I have 8 such cells with same colors and top, SANYO R1122 is embossed in the wrapping and on a second line 009B not mentioning 18650ZT or somethng else.
Also a laserprint on the cell is shinning through the wrapper: 0B3Z2D on all cells and the next line a different number on each cell like:113566 or 116568 or 113564
All discharge tested at 2100-2200mAh.
I have some of these with QH2ZTBD with second line 074613 and the letter C on its own as found on other Sanyo variants. The negative end terminal has AOH2C3 laser etched. They were out of Lenovo notebook battery packs.

Another batch had QF4ZTBD on first line and 033470 on second line with C on its own.
mike likes this post
The datasheet linked from this post is to a panasonic datasheet????
Sanyo is a daughter company of Panasonic:

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