GOLISI G30 18650 Battery
Regular price R 200.00
GOLISI G30 is an inexpensive 18650 Li-ion battery whose cycle life is more than 800 times.
Compared with traditional batteries, it is more powerful, environment friendly,
safe and cost-effective for users.
Battery Type: IMR 18650 G30, High Drain
Apply To: E-Cig Mods, Flash Lights, Toys
Nominal Capacity: 3000mAh
Current: 20A / 30A
Nominal Voltage: 3.7V
Discharging Cut-off Voltage: 2.75V
Charging Cut-Off Voltage: 4.20±0.05V
Internal Resistance: 20m?
Safety Protection: Based on UL1642 standard, no leaking or explosion in extreme tests of overcharging, short circuit, over-discharging, high temperature
Standard Charging Current: cc/cv( Fully Charged Time: Down to 1.5 Hours (by using GOLISI smart charger)
Size (mm): Diameter - 18 x Height - 65
Net Weight: 120g
Cycle Times: >500
Operate Temperature: Charging (0 ~ 45°C) - Discharging (-20 ~ 60°C)
Certificates: CE, ROHS, FCC, MSDS, UN38.3? IEC62133?Drop Test, Sea Shipping Safety Report, Air Shipping Safety Report
Storage Temperature: Room Temperature, Dry Place
Constant Discharging Current: 20A
Power Range 74W ( 3.7V * 20A ) to 60W (3.0V *20A)
High performance: the CDC keeps at 20A even only 40% of power left
Certificates: CB by TUV lab, CE, ROHS, FCC, MSDS, WEEE, UN38.3, IEC62133
Use only a suitable external battery charger
Always turn off your Mods or E-cig before storing them
Protect unused batteries wherever they are stored with a suitable cover or case
Do not use a damaged or scratched battery
Do not use a battery beyond its amperage limit
Do not put a battery directly in the pocket
Do not place a battery in contact with metal objects
Do not disassemble, drill, squeeze, short-circuit or expose to water or excessively high temperatures
Internal protection sheets to avoid over-discharging and over-charging
Separated positive pole and negative pole to avoid short-circuiting.
Safe and environmentally friendly: ROHS tested, no leaking, no explosion, no pollution.
High capacity, high energy density.
Long lifetime, can be recharged more than 800 times