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Sanyo/Panasonic UR18650ZT Cell Specifications
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Disclaimer: The information in this thread was obtained using the specifications sheets linked below and is available for reference only. It is not guaranteed to be accurate. To prevent fire or personal injury, never charge or discharge a cell before verifying the information yourself using the original specifications sheet provided by the manufacturer.

Make/Model: Sanyo/Panasonic UR18650ZT (R1122)
Capacity: 2650mAh
Nominal Voltage: 3.70v
Charge Voltage: 4.30v
Charge Current: 1890mA (Std.)
Discharge Voltage: 3.00v
Discharge Current: 530mA (Std.)
Wrap Color: Orange
Ring Color: Purple

Datasheet Links:
https://na.industrial.panasonic.com/site...50zt_0.pdf

Pictures:
Solar Setup: 9x 320w panels, PCM60X charge controller
Battery Setup: 14x 120 cell 18650 packs, 48v configuration

Recommended Items:
Opus BT-C3100, Cell Heat Shrink, 4-Cell Holders
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The cells do not have any print on them.
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How do we positively identify this is a UR18650ZT then? Just by the ring color/wrap color? I need to go through and double check all of the Saynos at some point.
Solar Setup: 9x 320w panels, PCM60X charge controller
Battery Setup: 14x 120 cell 18650 packs, 48v configuration

Recommended Items:
Opus BT-C3100, Cell Heat Shrink, 4-Cell Holders
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(09-19-2017, 04:59 PM)mike Wrote: How do we positively identify this is a UR18650ZT then? Just by the ring color/wrap color? I need to go through and double check all of the Saynos at some point.

There is another way, I'm surprised no-one else has noticed before.
I'm not sure it's 100% reliable, but combined with the ring color, especially for those that have similar coloured rings (blue's and teal etc) I think it works.
I haven't processed my Sanyo's yet so no photo's, but I'll try to take some and post in the relevant pages in the next day or two.

EDIT: Just found a photo on google I can use....
Under the wrapper (most can be read through the wrapper)
ZT followed by two digits. Those two digits will change, but the ZT stays the same.
This seems to hold true for most of my different Sanyo's (FJ, FK, Y etc) with only a few exceptions.

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