Lg Hg2 18650 Limn 3000mah Battery

  • Lg Hg2 18650 Limn 3000mah Battery
    Lg Hg2 18650 Limn 3000mah Battery
    LG HG2 18650 LiMn 3000mAh Battery Overview:The LG HG2 18650 3000mAh Battery is a high drain IMR battery that uses a "safer" hybrid chemistry. This battery has a long life lifespan, low internal resistance, and 20A continuous discharge rate. Its 3000 mAh capacity ensures an extended lifespan per charge compared to any other 20A vape battery currently available. This is quite possibly the perfect battery for use in VV/VW devices. The 18650 LG HG2 3000mAh Battery delivers stable power without sacrificing performance or capacity to meet the demands of almost any vaper. LG HG2 18650 LiMn 3000mAh Battery Features:Dimensions: Height: -65mm / Diameter:-18.3mmWeight: 48gBattery Capacity: 3000mAhBattery Voltage: 3.6VFull Charge Voltage: 4.2VContinuous Amp Limit: 20 ampsVape Battery Type: High Drain INR Additional Information:LG has been at the forefront of groundbreaking technology and cutting edge electronics for over a decade now, so It comes as no surprise that their high-drain HG2 18650 batteries have reached somewhat of a holy grail status. For the first time ever, vapers now have access to a 20 amp 3000 mah cell that can be both high-drain and long lasting. At the moment, LG's HG2 batteries feature the highest mah capacity ever for a true 20A+ high drain cell, maximizing amperage and capacity to be one of the leading, most popular 18650 batteries of the year.RisksIt's important to note that there are potential risks and dangers that should be taken into account when handling lithium ion rechargeable batteries. When using an external charger, read the specific charger manual and verify that your batteries are compatible with the charger. Charge times should not exceed the times listed in the manual. If the cell is not charged after being on the charger for an extended period of time, stop charging and remove the battery. Always be sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) poles of the battery are facing in the proper direction in the charger. When storing the battery, make sure the battery remains separate from anything else and placed in a dry area, out of direct sunlight or heat. A batteries lifespan decreases with each use; be sure to exchange old batteries for new batteries after 300 charge cycles. In order to greatly improve safety precautions, do not use cigarette jacks in cars for charging your batteries. Do not charge the cells with a constant current that is more than its maximum charge current. Do not disassemble or reconstruct the battery unless you are replacing a damaged battery wrap. Do not throw the battery or damage the battery in any way. Do not solder onto battery contacts directly. Only use new batteries with new batteries; do not mix old batteries with new batteries (especially when packing). Do not place the batteries in a microwave or pressure cooker. Do not connect the positive (+) or negative (-) poles with conductive materials (metal, wire, keys, loose change) as this will cause the battery to vent and you may end up on your evening news. Lastly, keep the batteries dry and do not allow them to be immersed in water or sea-water.
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