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SANYO 20700 4250mAh 3.7v SINGLE Battery

The newest generation of rechargeable Li-ion batteries by Panasonic-Sanyo battery manufacturer. Huge increase in capacity when compared to 18650 size. This Li-ion 20700 battery is just 2 mm larger in diameter, and 5 mm longer than 18650 bare Li-ion cell.

Specifications:

  • Capacity:
    • Minimum 4050mAh
    • Typical 4250mAh
    • Rated 4000mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 3.6V / 3.7V
  • Battery Type: Li-ion
  • Rechargeable: Yes
  • Min. - Max. Temperature:
    • Charge 10 to +45°C
    • Discharge -20 to +60°C
    • Storage -20 to +50°C
  • Charging:
    • Charging Voltage: 4.20V
    • Standard Charging Current: 2A (2000mA)
    • Method: CC/CV
    • Charging Time: approximately 180 minutes
  • Energy density:
    • Volumetric 659 Wh/l
    • Gravimetric 224 Wh/kg
    • Energy density is calculated using bare cell dimensions (without tube).
  • Dimensions (With tube-wrap):
    • Length Max. 70.3mm
    • Diameter Max. 20.35mm
    • Weight (max.) 63.0g
    • Positive terminal: Flat Top

External Protection: No, this is unprotected battery cell

 

SANYO NCR 20700 3500mAh SINGLE Battery

  • Brand: Sanyo
  • Model: NCR2070C
  • Size: 20700
  • Nominal Capacity: 3500mAh, typical
  • Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
  • Maximum Voltage: 4.2V
  • Discharge Current: 35A Maximum Continuous with 80deg C cutoff
  • Style: Flat Top
  • Approximate Dimensions: 20mm x 70mm
  • Approximate Weight: 61.7g

WARNINGS:

KEEP OUT out of reach of children and pets.

DO NOT store or carry batteries unprotected.

DO NOT use lower resistance (Ω) # OR exceed any cell limitation as indicated on cell.

DO NOT use in device that allows batteries to touch that are facing opposing directions (risk severe burn injury and explosion).

DO NOT install, use, or charge backwards or improper configuration.

DO NOT use a battery that has ANY dents, tears, punctures, or any other damage at all to its structure or outer label wrapping (risk severe burn injury). Inspect each battery carefully before use. This ensures safe, reliable, consistent operation, and functionality.

DO NOT use if hot to touch. Risk severe burn injury and explosion.

DO NOT charge over 4.2v or discharge below specified cut-off volts.

Lithium ion batteries have inherent risks that can cause severe burn injury, fire, explosion, and battery failure if not handled and used in accordance to an application’s power requirements and/or within the battery capabilities. Read specification sheets’ cautions, warnings, and prohibitions (available in Download Center of this site).

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