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Quality #18650 Batteries & Charger

LarryDFW

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[size=+2] . . . Experience All Your Laser's Real Power ! !
. . . Move Up to More Powerful Batteries
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[size=+1] These Batteries have been thru Stringent UL #1642 Testing,
and have new "Safety Layer" construction[/size]


NEW 3400mah
. . Panasonic Cells . . 55 mOhms !!
Now available with Round Buttons on Positive Pole





I sell 3400mah Panasonic and Dual Cell Chargers.
Please use Link Below for Ordering:

Link - New Panasonic #18650 /3400 U.L. Rechargeable Li-Ion batteries available for $11.95 each prepaid in cont. US . They are much more reliable than the "chinese" clones. Dual-battery AC Charger- $8.95 prepaid
International, forum members shipping in equipment:
( $8.00 for 1st Class Mail up to 2 items)
( $11 for 3-4 items)

LarryDFW

Background - I have built & sold over 300 UV LED lights, using hard-anodized hosts, & #18650 Li-ion batteries on CandlePower Forum in the last couple of years (LEDite on CPF).
I have also sold ~150 Hi-Power lens assemblies here on LPF.
 
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Toaster;

They do not have the "questionable quality" circuit board.

They have been thru difficult UL testing for shorts, temperature & overcharging.

LarryDFW
 
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Could these handle a 3-4 amp draw? (for running A140 @1.6 amp with flexdrive)

Thanks,

AAlasers
 

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AAlasers;

These UL listed 3100mah batteries can handle 6 amp draw.

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How do these compare to the AW 18650 2900mah for draw, do you know which one has a higher draw rate?
 

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I have one of these batteries, looks exactly the same. Got it with a laser i bought on here. Too bad i can't test the battery cause I don't have the equipment.
 

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Hey Larry can you modify one of your chargers to have a cutoff voltage of 4.35?
 

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DTR;

I have seen some new Integrated Circuits designed for 4.35 VDC.

CottonPicker on CPF has a complete charger for them.

I use a 4.35 VDC #18650 in my 445nm Direct Drive laser.

I charge it with a Digital Power Supply that sets to 4.2 VDC or 4.35 VDC
with adjustable current limiting.

The digital charger is quite expensive @ $225.

Larry
 
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sorry larry. I just found out that I can use normal aaas for my build. I do not need the charger or bats anymore. Sorry for putting you through the trouble of doing the invoice.
 

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sorry larry. I just found out that I can use normal aaas for my build.
No Problem.

I do think that the AAA batteries (1000mah) will drop power level too quickly,
Compared to a #18650 3000mah.

LarryDFW
 
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MojoLA;

Your batteries & charger were shipped today.

Let us know how they worked.

LarryDFW
 

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The batteries arrived today. Thanks for the swift shipping.

Peace,
dave
 

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Toaster;

They do not have the "questionable quality" circuit board.

They have been thru difficult UL testing for shorts, temperature & overcharging.

LarryDFW
So they are unprotected?
I dont have a multimeter, is there is any way to make sure i dont overdischarge them?
 




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