Note: Canada Post does not allow Air shippment of Lithium Batteries.
Chemistry: Lithium Ion
Build: Cell, Flat Top
Weight: 20 g
Height: 50 mm
Diameter: 14 mm
Quantity Per Pack: 1
Nominal Voltage: 3.7 V
Maximum Voltage: 4.2 V
Discharged Voltage: 3.0V
Nominal Capacity: 800 mAh
Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ 60°C
Maximum Discharge Current: 3.5 A
Standard Discharge: 0.2 C
Self Discharge Rate: ~10% per month
Recharge Cycles: 300 - 500
Cycle Degredation: 400 Cycles, 90% Capacity Remaining (~2300 mAh)
Standard Discharge Rate: 180 mA (0.2 C)
Fast Discharge Rate: 450 mA (0.5 C)
Maximum Pulse Discharge: 800 mA (1 C)
- Standard: 180mA (0.2C)
- Rapid: 450mA (0.5C)
- Environment Temperature: 0°C to 45°C
- Less than 30 days: -5°C to 35°C
- Less than 90 days: 0°C to 35°C
- Less than 1 year: 0°C to 25°C
- Best: 10°C to 15°C
- When leaving Li-Ion batteries in storage, recharge every 9 months to ensure battery is still functional.
- When using Li-Ion batteries that have been in storage for over 5 months, it is recommended to recharge the batteries. Li-Ion batteries in storage for over 9 months will require recharging before use.
No Memory Effect Capacity Loss - Recharging a Li-Ion battery before it has been fully discharged will not reduce the storage capacity of the battery.
No Over Discharge Leakage - While Alkaline batteries will eventually leak when over discharged, Li-Ion batteries will not.
Flat top suited for building power packs for RC cars, planes, robots, etc - requiring less cells than building the pack using Ni-MH or Ni-Cd.
Over Discharge - If a Li-Ion battery is over discharge it might not be able to be recharged.
Over Charging - If a Li-Ion battery is over charged or charged too fast, it may over heat and trigger a safety built into the battery (such as a pressure release valve or charge connection) that will render the battery useless. Most chargers have measures to prevent over charging and over heating of L-Ion batteries.
Do not expose any batteries to flame or other extremely high temperatures.
Do not store batteries in direct sunlight.
A protective circuit board is required when making packs. User is responsible for any damage caused by modification to batteries - including pack creation.