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****SOLD OUT****


I have 2 brand new, never used AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries up for sale. These are perfect for our power hungry 445nm diodes.

Here are the specs. on these batteries.

Nominal Voltage : 3.7V
Capacity : 2600mAH ( rated at 0.2C discharge 4.2V - 2.8V @ 25℃ )
Operating Temp. : Charge 0 to 45℃ / Discharge -20 to 60 ℃
Max. Charge Rate : 2.6A ( ambient temp. 25 ℃ )
Max. Discharge Rate : 5.2A ( ambient temp. 25 ℃ )
Dimensions :18.52 X 68.16mm ( +/- 0.3mm )

4.2V = 100% charge
3.5V = 0% charge
Don't store your Li-batteries below 3.8V. Store them at a full charge and they will last for years.

These are for sale for $15.50 shipped.

The break down:
$12.50 for each cell
$3 for shipping which includes (up to 2 cells), delivery confirmation and PayPal Fees
*Almost at cost*


PM me your order and I will send you my PayPal.


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Tabish

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

$0.50 for each aditional cell ??!
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

$0.50 for each aditional cell ??!
I guess I should have stated that better .50 extra for shipping. Sorry about that.

Edit: Its for the added weight to the package.
 
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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Oh lol. Reading on my iphone. Missed the shipping part in the small text lol
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Are there any takers?

Is everyone just out of cash right now or am I missing something?
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

I want 2, but I wouldn't be able to buy them for another week or so.
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Sorry, never mind I don't want to buy the batteries. A friend offered me some for free, and you can't beat free.
 
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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Bump for price drop, I'm now almost at cost. I need to sell these to get the investment back. No job = next to no money = not a happy camper :(
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Bump for price drop, I'm now almost at cost.
Best and safest 18650 (PCB and thermal cut off protection), if they are really new it's a bargain, they cost $14.75 each (without shipping) directly from china.

To bad I already purchased mines...

To be informative the only thing that need to be added is that they have no top button (on the + side), it is usually not an issue with most devices and spare precious space when used in pair, but sometimes (rarely) it might not connect if the device has not a bump/spring on its + side.

Here is a picture of both sides so you can see what I mean:

 
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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Best and safest 18650 (PCB and thermal cut off protection), if they are really new it's a bargain, they cost $14.75 each (without shipping) directly from china.

To bad I already purchased mines...

To be informative the only thing that need to be added is that they have no top button (on the + side), it is usually not an issue with most devices and spare precious space when used in pair, but sometimes (rarely) it might not connect if the device has not a bump/spring on its + side.

Here is a picture of both sides so you can see what I mean:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v616/awwan01/P1000536.jpg

Yes they really are new never charged by me, but I have checked to make sure they are at a shelf stable voltage.

As for the for the non-button top it's not a big deal most have springs and if they don't then a spacer will fix it (neodymium magnet *best idea*, scrap metal, etc.)
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries

Yes they really are new never charged by me, but I have checked to make sure they are at a shelf stable voltage.

As for the for the non-button top it's not a big deal most have springs and if they don't then a spacer will fix it (neodymium magnet *best idea*, scrap metal, etc.)
I keep an assortment of magnets just for this purpose.

Peace,
dave
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries *PRICE DROP*

I sent My PM I want 2...You don't have a good charger do You?

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries *PRICE DROP*

I see these have a high discharge rate, so does that mean hooking directly up to a140 diode would be a bad idea? But, it would be good for a flexdrive or microboost because of the high discharge, right?
 

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Re: FS: NEW AW Protected 18650 2600mAh batteries *PRICE DROP*

I see these have a high discharge rate, so does that mean hooking directly up to a140 diode would be a bad idea? But, it would be good for a flexdrive or microboost because of the high discharge, right?
I'm not an expert, so don't trust my opinion alone, but I don't think the discharge rate would matter when using it in a direct-drive laser. Direct drive works because the laser diode only 'consumes' a certain current when applied a fixed voltage. I believe you could hook up any 4V-5V power supply to the laser diode and it would 'consume' the corresponding current.

Normally constant voltage power supplies aren't used because thermal runaway can occur (as diode heats up, it consumes more current at the same voltage which in turn causes it to heat up more, and the cycle continues).

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