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    Default Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)



    Official specifications:
    • Model: IMR26650 5000mah
    • Normal voltage: 3.7V
    • Normal capacity: 5000mah
    • Charging voltage: 4.2V ± 0.5V   Oops, a missing zero, must be 0.05V
    • Discharging cut-off voltage: 2.5V
    • Max. Pulse Discharge Rate: 50A
    • Rechargeable: Yes
    • Size: 26±2mm Dia 65±1mm Length
    • Cycle life: > 500 times
    • Warranty: 12 months
    • Operation Temperature Range: Charge(0~45°C ) Discharge(-10~60°C )




    A fairly high capacity and fairly high current, this looks interesting.











    Discharge curve looks good, they tracks fairly well and capacity is nearly constant up to 15A.





















    Conclusion

    The cell looks good. This makes the cell is one of the top performers for 26650 at the current time.



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    Default Re: Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Looks like this Ebat is using the same cell as the 5AH Liitokala 26650 you tested previously.

    At loads below 10A, the 5.5Ah Shockli 26650 is a better performer overall, than the Ebat
    Last edited by SubLGT; 07-16-2017 at 02:58 PM.

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    Default Re: Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Nice review. I'm glad to see a lot of honest ratings in recent months.

    Mike

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    Default Re: Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Quote Originally Posted by SubLGT View Post
    Looks like this Ebat is using the same cell as the 5AH Liitokala 26650 you tested previously.

    At loads below 10A, the 5.5Ah Shockli 26650 is a better performer overall, than the Ebat
    Is the Shockli available in the US at a reasonable price?

    Mike

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    Default Re: Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Quote Originally Posted by Arizona_Mike View Post
    Is the Shockli available in the US at a reasonable price?

    Mike
    http://www.mtnelectronics.com/index....product_id=851

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    Default Re: Test/review of Ebat 26650 5000mAh E7-26P50 (Black)

    Thanks, I'm on the notify list (probably one of many).

    Mike

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