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    Default Test/Review of Sanyo UR14500P 800mAh (Red)

    Sanyo UR14500P 800mAh (Red)


    Official specifications:
    • Nominal capacity: min 800mAh
    • Nominal voltage: 3.7V
    • Charcing method: Constant current, constant voltage.
    • Charging voltage: 4.2V
    • Chargign current: std. 800mA
    • Charging time: 2.5 hours
    • Ambient temperature: Charge 0~+40°C, Discharge -20~+60°C, Storage: -20~+50°C
    • Weight (max): 20g




    This is a AA sized LiIon cell. As a LiIon cell it has 3 times the voltage of a NiMH cell and about 1/3 the capacity, i.e. the energy contents is about the same.
    The cell is not designed for high current, but for capacity.







    The marking is added by the dealer, the actual Sanyo marking is present, but very difficult to see (As usual for Sanyo).



    The cell does very good up to 1A, but above 1A it runs into problems.

















    Conclusion

    This cell is very good, but the performance is slightly below other copies of the cell I have tested, probably because it has been in storage for some time.



    Notes and links

    How is the test done and how to read the charts
    How is a protected LiIon battery constructed
    More about button top and flat top batteries
    Comparison to other LiIon batteries
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    Default Re: Test/Review of Sanyo UR14500P 800mAh (Red)

    I use these in my Xeno E03 XM-L NW light and on high they do pretty well. High is about 1.35A, however.

    Thanks for the effort.

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    Default Re: Test/Review of Sanyo UR14500P 800mAh (Red)

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGarrett View Post
    High is about 1.35A, however.
    In the datasheet they have curves up to 1.6A, i.e. 1.35A is within the specifications.
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    Default Re: Test/Review of Sanyo UR14500P 800mAh (Red)

    Another excellent review. HKJ!

    Do you have a plan to test the Soshine Li-ion 14500 (800mAh) ?

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