18650 Battery Lithium Ion 3.7V 3400mah Original Made In China

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18650 Battery Lithium Ion 3.7V 3400mah Original Made In China

18650 Battery Lithium Ion 3.7V 3400mah Original Made In China

18650 Battery Lithium Ion 3.7V 3400mah Original Made In China

Rated Voltage 3.7V
Rated Capacity 3400mAh
Internal Resitance 35mΩ
Net Weight 55g
Cut-off Discharge Voltage 2.75V
Charge Upper Limit Voltage 4.20±0.05V
Charging Time 1.5 hours(with Efest battery charger)
Max Discharging Current 35A
Continuous Discharging Current 20A
Cycle Life >500s
Standard charger cc/cv(max ,charging rate 2A)
Warranty 1 years
Operating  Temperature charge (0 ~ 45°C)
discharge  (-20 ~ 60°C)
Storage Temperature within 1 month  (-20~ 50°C)
within 3 months  (-20~ 40°C)
within 3 months (-20~ 20°C)

“The crazy idea at the time [of the company’s founding] was to see if there was a different way to engage with the industry and help it accept a new technology in existing applications like cars or computers,” Lampe-Onnerud says. “Our thought was, if we really want to have an impact, we could inspire the industry to use existing capital deployed to get a better technology into the market globally and be a positive part of the climate change arena.”

With that lofty goal in mind, the Connecticut-based company has secured partnerships with organizations at every level of the battery supply chain, including suppliers of industrial minerals, original equipment manufacturers, and end users. Cadenza has demonstrated its proprietary “supercell” battery architecture in Fiat’s 500e car model and is in the process of completing a demonstration energy storage system to be used by the New York Power Authority, the largest state public utility company in the U.S., when energy demand is at its peak.

The company’s most significant partnership to date, however, was announced in September with Shenzen BAK Battery Company, one of the world’s largest lithium ion battery manufacturers. The companies announced BAK would begin mass producing batteries based on Cadenza’s supercell architecture in the first half of 2019.

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