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Brand:LG
Model:LGDB118650 (ICR18650B1)
Capacity:2600mAh Rated
Voltage:3.75V Nominal
Charging:4.35V Maximum
1275mA Standard
2550mA Maximum
Discharging:3.00V Cutoff
510mA Standard
5100mA Maximum
Description:Teal Cell Wrapper
White Insulator Ring
18650 Form Factor

Data References:
http://d112tss1dzpest.cloudfront.net/wp-...pdf?323d81

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Has anyone actually had any luck with these cells? All of mine test 1500-1800mah, some even in the 1400mah range. Now I'm charging them to 4.20v, not 4.35v, so I'm loosing some capacity. I wouldn't think it would be THAT much though. They're all new old-stock too. I don't even bother testing them anymore because of this.
(08-12-2017, 02:45 AM)mike Wrote: [ -> ]Has anyone actually had any luck with these cells? All of mine test 1500-1800mah, some even in the 1400mah range. Now I'm charging them to 4.20v, not 4.35v, so I'm loosing some capacity. I wouldn't think it would be THAT much though. They're all new old-stock too. I don't even bother testing them anymore because of this.

Hi Mike finding the same here from cells made in 2006-7  according to the Decode 18650app. Im not expecting much from them. Lots had popped cid's which I reset (not using in the powerwall) just seeing how the behave.

Jimmy
I'm trying to identify a teal wrapper/white insulator battery manufactured by LG marked as LGDBB11865. Using the OPUS Testing cycle, i get ~2250mA for a lot of 6 batteries. The extra digit is trowing me off. Any help is appreciated.
Hi Mike,
Juste found 6 of those cells into a DELL batery pack type M9014.
This batery pack is a 11,1Vdc / 56WH (3S2P)
I = 56 / 11,1 =5,045Ah
so they should be 2500maH.
I will OPUS test them tomorow
(11-29-2017, 10:04 PM)cristof Wrote: [ -> ]Hi Mike,
Juste found 6 of those cells into a DELL batery pack type M9014.
This batery pack is a 11,1Vdc / 56WH (3S2P)
I = 56 / 11,1 =5,045Ah
so they should be 2500maH.
I will OPUS test them tomorow

The datasheet has them listed as 2600 using standard charge/discharge and 2500 minimum. Since we list cells' charge/discharge rates by the "standard" value, I used the 2600 value. It's possible Dell either used the minimum to avoid overspecing them or is discharging at a rate greater than the standard.