Single Efest Purple IMR 18650 Battery 2100mah
Efest Purple 38A IMR 18650 battery 2100mAh. Ideal for low ohm builds for longer lasting battery life.
- Nominal Voltage: 3.6v
- Voltage at end of discharge: 2.5v
- Max charging current: 4A
- Standard charge: 2A
- Max. continuous discharge current: 38A
- Continuous discharge current: 30A
- Pulse discharging current: 60A
- Battery Cell Material: LiMn
- Battery Model: 18650 Flat or Button Top
- Capacity: 2100mAh
- Protection: Unprotected
- Cycle Life: 500 Cycles
- Dimensions: 66mm (L) x 18mm (D) (+/- .5)
- Suitable for devices compatible with rechargeable battery/batteries of this size.
Safe chemistry LiMN means reduced risk of venting with flame or explosion. Due to the safety inherent in IMR safe chemistry batteries, there is no protection circuitry added or built in. This provides a slightly shorter battery length to enable a good fit in most mods.
To ensure longevity, it is not recommended to allow the battery to discharge below 2.5V.
Please note that due to their inherent safety, IMR cells don't have a protection circuit built in. They should never be discharged below 2.5 volts or cycle life/performance will be reduced. Maximum charge voltage is 4.25 volts
Batteries can be extremely dangerous if used incorrectly. It is recommended that only insulated batteries are used in your devices. Do not use batteries that have damaged or no insulation and that don't have insulation around both poles.
If your battery wrap has a nick or hole in it, loose change, keys, or even with a ring on your finger, reaching into your pocket or purse, can complete the circuit causing a potentially dangerous situation. Due to danger that loose batteries can cause, it is advised that all spare batteries are carried in suitable battery cases.
- Never leave your battery unattended while it’s charging. Lithium ion cells are more likely to suffer from incidents while recharging than they are when in use.
- Do not leave batteries on a charger after they are fully-charged.
- Do not leave a vape battery charger plugged in. Unplug it after use.
- If a battery comes off charge at 4.25v or higher, then the charger is faulty and must not be used.