ACEBEAM IMR 3100 mAh "PROTECTED"?????

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brightnorm

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Is the ACEBEAM 3100 mAh IMR really "protected"? My understanding is that protection usually refers to low voltage cut-off. But Acebeam says "short circuit protection". Is that the same thing, and if not, is that battery really "unprotected" ?

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Zak

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I'm not sure we know numbers for the over-current protection, but yes, it's protected against both over-current and under-voltage.
 

Bazar

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these are impressive feats of batteries. they are the strongest protected batteries available of dec. 2018 and have 4 MOSFETS with overcharge/discharge and reverse polarity protection-good thing, since the coloring of the battery suggests you insert it backwards into charger. (now this is just for my and my light) they match the output of the sony vtc6, yet have longer runtimes in the Acebeam x80 gt.
 
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