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LG HG2 3000mAh

New 18650 high drain rechargeable battery from LG Chem.

100% GUARANTEED ORIGINAL CELL. WE DO NOT SELL CLONE BATTERIES, ALL SOURCED FROM VERIFIED DISTRIBUTORS.

This time model HG2 20 A continuous - capacity 3000 mAh,Maximum discharge current: 30A

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New 18650 high drain rechargeable battery from LG Chem. 100% GUARANTEED ORIGINAL CELL. WE DO NOT SELL CLONE BATTERIES, ALL SOURCED FROM VERIFIED DISTRIBUTORS.

This time model HG2 20 A continuous - capacity 3000 mAh,Maximum discharge current: 30A

Specifications:

Model: LG18650HG2

Nominal Capacity: 3.0 Ah | 3000mAh

Maximum Continuous

Discharge Current: 20A | 20000mA

Full Charge Voltage: 4.2V

Nominal Voltage: 3.6V-3.7V

Made by LG - South Korea

Operating Temperature (Cell Surface Temperature): Charging 0 ~ 50℃

Discharging -20 ~ 75℃

Please properly dispose of battery if it gets too hot

Charging: Recommended Charge Constant Current: 1.5A 1500mA Lg HG2 can be charged with lower charging current | charging process will take longer.

Maximum Charging Constant Current: 4A | 4000mA

Max. Charging Constant Voltage: 4.2V

End of charge current cutoff: 100mA

Do NOT charge unattended

Do NOT leave unattended after fully charging

Size: 18650

Exact Dimensions: [H] 65.20 mm [D] 18.50 mm (+/- 0.3 mm)

Weight: 47g

Positive terminal: Flat Top External Electronic Protection: No (unprotected)

Safety Notes:

Do NOT short.

Do NOT leave unattended when charging.

Do NOT leave unattended immediately AFTER charging.

Do NOT carry in your pocket or purse unless they are in a secure non-conductive carry case. They are not toys.

Do not let your children or pets play with them.

Do NOT recharge with cheap chargers that keep on trickle charging after the normal cycle or that do not follow the Constant Current / Constant Voltage (CC/CV) algorithm properly. If you have any doubt about the suitability of your current charger to properly charge these batteries, please ASK us first !

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