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    Default Test/review of LG 18650 HA1 1300mAh (Green)

    LG 18650 HA1 1300mAh (Green)



    Official specifications:
    • Nominal capacity: 1300mAh
    • Ninimum capacity: 1200mAh
    • Standard charge: 650mA, 4.2V, 50mA
    • Fast charge: 4000mA, 4.2V, 100mA
    • Max. charge voltage: 4.2V
    • Max. charge current: 4000mA
    • Standard discharge: 260mA
    • Fast discharge: 10000mA
    • Max. discharge current: 20000mA
    • End voltage (Cut off): 2.5V
    • Operating temperature: charge: 0C ~ 50C, discharge: -20C ~ 75C
    • Storage temperature: 1 month: -20C ~ 60C, 3 months: -20C ~ 45C, 1 year: -20C ~ 20C
    • Initial AC impedance: <30mOhm (Without PTC)
    • Cycle life: 400 cycle to 60% with fast charge/discharge.




    This battery is a high current battery of a fairly old type.










    The battery has fairly constant capacity up to 15A.



    Due to the fairly low capacity, the battery keeps a moderate temperature.













    I used the capacity while doing these measurements.





    Conclusion

    The battery is orginally from 2006 or 2007 and was probably designed for use in electric tools.



    Notes and links

    Vapcell told me that I was missing some cells in my comparator and they would be happy to supply them.

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    Default Re: Test/review of LG 18650 HA1 1300mAh (Green)

    Over the next couple of months I expect to publish more reviews of older cell, there will also be some never cells that I am missing.
    These test is done when I do not have newer batteries to test.
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    Default Re: Test/review of LG 18650 HA1 1300mAh (Green)

    I have ten of these. Been using them for 6+ years with hundreds of cycles. Capacity and ir is still basically the same as when I got them from a ryobi drill battery

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