Batteries LG HG2 18650 (3000mAh) Flat-Top - 2 Units

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The LG HG2 18650 3000mAh 35A 3.7V flat top battery is suitable for high consumption and high voltage. This battery can maintain a maximum charge of 35A and occupies a nominal capacity of 3000mAh. The battery is sold as a pack of 2.


    • Model: LG 18650 HG2
    • Size: 18650
    • Rated capacity: 3000mAh
    • Rated Voltage: 3.6V
    • Full Charge Voltage: 4.2V
    • Operating temperature (cell surface):
    • Charge 0 ~ 50 ?, Discharge -20 ~ 75 ?
    • Rechargeable: yes
    • Dimensions: 18.3mm x 65mm
    • Weight: 48g

    Usage Specifications:

    • Charge fully before initial use
    • To avoid short circuit, please keep this battery away from metal objects (eg coins, keys, jewelry)
    • Keep the battery in its case or other insulated material.
    • To avoid shortening the life of the battery, do not overcharge it, as it may cause the battery to jump or leak
    • Do not use the battery if there are signs of previous use.
    • Do not dispose of the battery with the use of fire.
    • Stacking more than one battery at a time can cause an explosion.
    • Never short circuit the battery. Connect the positive and negative sizes.
    • Take special care when working with Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable cells.

    Package Contents:

    • 2x LG HG2 18650 (3000mAh) Flat-Top Batteries

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