LG HG2 18650 Battery | 3000mAh

  • Buying the right battery can be confusing at times. You need to match the right power and uptime capability, and make sure it's compatible with your device.

    The LG HG2 18650 Battery manufactured by LG Chem has been around since 2014 and is still regarded as the best all round battery for its continuous 20Amps high drain capability and longer uptime power of 3000mAh (milliamp hours).

    LG HG2 sets the standard for large capability 18650 batteries, which is why most vape devices from well known vape manufacturers are made to be compatible with HG2 18650's.

    HG2 are unprotected which means your device, not the battery, controls the discharge amperage of the battery. Most vape mods rated to 80watts are perfectly suited this battery type.

  • Brand:  LG Chem
    Model:  INR18650HG2 3000mAh
    Battery Size:  ⌀18.2mm x 65.0mm
    Nominal Voltage:  3.60V
    Nominal Capacity:  3000mAh
    Max. Discharge Current:  20Amps
    Standard Charging Method:
    Constant current : 1500mA
    Constant voltage:  4.20V
    End condition:  Cut off 50mA
    Fast Charging Method :
    Constant current:  4000mA
    Constant voltage:  4.20V
    End condition: Cut off 100mA
    Operating Temperature:  0 ° to 50 °C
    Chemistry:  INR
    Product Category:  Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery
    Colour: Brown
    Protection Circuit Board / PCB : No / Unprotected
    Type: Rechargeable, High Drain
    Model:  Flat Top

  • 1x LG HG2 18650 Battery

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