1st: Battery Storage / Safety
NEVER leave your battery where it is subjected to extremes in temperatures. This includes low levels as well as high.
DO NOT leave your batteries where they are in direct sunlight or in an enclosed space, such as a car, that can become extremely hot very rapidly.NEVER carry batteries in your pockets or in a bag where it is surrounded or in close contact with metal objects such as coins or keys.Only ever store or transport your battery in a non-conductive container.
Battery Cell Carry cases / Holders can be found in Accessories Silicon Sleeves / Cases.
Genuine Samsung INR 18650 25R Battery Cell: ( lithium iron phosphate cylindrical cell) (“LiNiMnCoO2” or “NMC”)
The Samsung 25R (green) is one of Samsung’s newest cells and is a direct successor to the blue 25R2 (blue) that so many people know and love. The electrolyte balance was tweaked giving this cell an excellent upgrade. Samsung has promised the 25R does not have improved performance over the 25R2, but has a long cycle life instead (can last more than 250 charge cycles).
Max. continuous discharge current: 20A
Safe pulse discharge ratings: 95A < 0.5 sec, 65A < 1 sec, 40A < 5 sec, 30A < 6 sec
Nominal capacity: 2500 mAh
Nominal voltage: 3.6 V
Discharge end voltage: 2.5 V
Charging voltage: 4.20 +/- 0.05 V
Standard charging current: 1.25 A
Length: 65.85 mm
Diameter: 18.33 mm
Weight: 45.0 g
Sony VTC5 18650 Battery Cell: 2600 MAh
Genuine Sony 18650 VTC5 2600mAh batteries, also known as the VTC 5. These are a great competitor to the Samsung 25R and are a legendary battery, offering fantastic performance & world-class safety features.
Brand: Sony Energy
Nominal Capacity: 2600mAh
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Discharge: 20A Max Continuous
Protected: NO, UNPROTECTED
Dimensions: 18.1mm x 65mm
Aspire 18650 battery (20A 2600mAh)
Aspire 18650 3.7V 2600mAh rechargeable battery cells is made for normal discharge current(max. 20A) applications. High capacity(2600mAh) provide vapers much longer run time than any standard ICR battery. It is an excellent choice for people who are looking for normal drain ICR 18650 battery cells.
- ICR 18650 3.7V Li-ion
- Pulsed discharge:40A
- Continuous Discharge:20A
- Capacity: 2600mah
Aspire’s new safe vaping chart shows Aspire’s battery testing for continuous discharge and also for vaping periods of 10secs then resting battery for 5 seconds. Our safety chart recommends discharge conditions that result in the battery temperature reaches 70 degrees Celsius or less. Continuously discharging your battery for several minutes without resting it will result in higher temperatures and Aspire does not recommend continuous discharge of the Aspire 2600 while it is in vaping devices.
Aspire 18650 battery (CDR/20Amp 2900mAh)
Aspire 2900mAh Specs:
Size: 18650 (18mm diameter x 65mm long)
Type: Li-ion INR (Rechargeable)
Rated Capacity: 2900mAh
Style: Flat Top
Rated storage temperature: 20-60℃
Aspire 21700 battery (CDR/25 Amp 3800 mAh)
The Aspire 3800 mAh battery is a 21700 battery used for powering vaping mods and other electrical devices. The Aspire 3800 mAh is an INR 3800 mAh battery. Aspire 3800 mAh batteries have been tested extensively and can handle some serious current for extended periods of time.
1 x Aspire 21700 3800mAh Battery
Size: 21700 (21mm diameter x 70mm long)
Type: Li-ion INR (Rechargeable)
Rated Capacity: 3800mAh
Top Rated storage temperature: 20-60°C
Aspire Battery Safety
Battery safety is very important. Mistreated batteries can get extremely hot and/or vent which may cause injury. Always follow the following rules to make sure this doesn’t happen. We are not liable for misuse of or for mistreated batteries.
A – Do not use batteries if the wrapper is in any way torn or otherwise damaged (this includes even tiny little nicks or tears in the wrapper in ANY part of the battery)
B – Never keep batteries loose in a purse or pocket etc, any contact with any other metallic object such as keys or coins may cause a short circuit and be very dangerous. Always use protective cases for loose batteries.
C – Never expose batteries to extremes of temperature.
Further cautionary advice
*Never completely discharge batteries (below 2.5V under load or 3V unloaded).
*Charge fully (to 4.2V) before first use.
*Never use force to install the battery.
*Use only high quality battery chargers.
*Do not connect the positive contact to the negative contact without an appropriate load.
*Be mindful of the current limits in the specifications of the battery and never exceed them.
*Never charge battery 4.3V or above.
*Do not leave unattended while charging.
*Do not store your Li-ion batteries fully charged for an extended period of time (weeks or more)
*If you must store battery then do it in a case or individual box in cool and dry place at approximately 3.6V – 3.7V.
*Never try to charge or discharge Li-ion batteries with battery chargers that are not specifically made for Li-ion batteries.
Take care and familiarize yourself with handling Li-ion Lithium Batteries before use
For extending battery life, keep at room temperature (20C – 25C)
Avoid completely discharging, partial discharge is recommended
Do not reverse polarity, short circuit or tamper with batteries
Never leave batteries unattended and avoid overcharging
Dispose batteries correctly in approved locations
Batteries are at the most risk while charging so its extremely important to buy a good quality charger.
3. Cautions: (These cautions are for your safety…Please read and understand before use)
3.1. Do Not store the battery in a pocket or a bag together with metallic objects such as keys, necklaces,hairpins, coins, or screws. Use a protective case to transport.
3.2. Do Not fold the battery cased with laminated film such as pouch and Polymer.
3.3. Do Not short circuit (+) and (-) terminals with metallic object intentionally.
3.4. Do Not pierce the battery with a sharp object such as a needle, screw drivers.
3.5. Do Not heat partial area of the battery with heated objects such as soldering iron.
3.6. Do Not hit with heavy objects such as a hammer, weight.
3.7. Do Not step on the battery and throw or drop the battery on the hard floor to avoid mechanical shock.
3.8. Do Not disassemble the battery or modify the battery design including electric circuit.
3.9. Do Not solder on the battery directly.
3.10. Do Not use seriously scared or deformed battery.
3.11. Do Not put the battery into a microwave oven, dryer ,or high-pressure container.
3.12. Do Not use or assemble the battery with other makers’ batteries, different types and/or models of batteries such as dry batteries, nickel-metal hydride batteries, or nickel-cadmium batteries.
3.13. Do Not use or assemble old and new batteries together.