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LG HG2 18650 3000mAh Battery

LG HG2 18650 3000mAh Battery

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LG HG2 18650

3000mAh with 20A Discharge Current

The LG HG2 INR 18650 features INR lithium-ion chemistry, also known as Lithium Manganese Nickel (LiNiMnCoO2) or NMC, which offers users a high capacity of 3000mAh and a high discharge current of 20 Amps. INR batteries are a hybrid chemistry, pairing manganese and nickel together, within the cathode, to create this high-performing power source. Battery packs made with INR cells have been widely adopted for flashlight, vape, and e-cig applications.

Hybrid INR Chemistry

What differentiates INR batteries from other Li-ion types is their energy load. These 18650 cells are designed to provide a reliable source for continuous discharge. By combining Nickel and Manganese together, INR batteries produce the best of both worlds: high specific energy from Nickel and improved stability from Manganese. These INR Li-ion batteries are therefore a go-to power source within the portable power product, automotive and hand-tool industry. The LG HG2 INR 18650, when compared with other lithium-ion batteries on the market, provides a high capacity and a high power.

Features & Specifications:
  • Model: HG2
  • Size: 18650
  • Capacity: 3000mAh
  • Chemistry: Li-ion INR
  • Nominal voltage: 3.6V
  • Full charge voltage: 4.2V
  • Standard Charge: 1500mA
  • Fast Charge (constant current): 4000mA
  • Maximum Charge Current: 4000mA
  • Standard Discharge Current (constant): 600mA
  • Fast Discharge Current (constant): 10A, 20A
  • Maximum Discharge Current (constant): 20A
  • Operating Temperatures:
    • Charge: 0° to 50°C
    • Discharge: -20° to 75°C
  • Storage Temperatures:
    • 1 Month: -20° to 60°C
    • 3 Months: -20° to 45°C
    • 1 Year: -20° to 20°C
  • Dimensions: 65mm x 18.3mm
  • Weight: 47g
  • Terminal Type: Flat
  • PCB: None
Please Note: Packaging may vary.

For more information regarding authorized use, applications and safety guidelines, please feel free to visit the LG Battery Guide.