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designations on panasonic batteries

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  1. 48lowes

    48lowes Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 10, 2009
    Can someone explain or better yet give me a link to what these designations mean? I know I want the cgr 18650 ch but would like to find out just what CGR, UR, NCR, CH, F, A, mean. I've done the google thing, bing, duck duck go, all to no avail.

    CGR 18650 CH
    UR 18650 F
    NCR 18650 A
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  2. Tank V2

    Tank V2 Full Member Verified Member

    Oct 14, 2012
    Kuala Lumpur
    Panasonic CGR18650CH is my favourite batt. Discharge at 10A. Great!
  3. sakis12

    sakis12 Full Member

    Feb 11, 2013
    las vegas
    What about the 2900mah pd high drain 10amp discharged on provari? any info yet I would like to know plase....
  4. Krazykc

    Krazykc Full Member

    Feb 23, 2013
    Gainesville, FL
    I would like to know the designations of these letters too it would be a great resource to have :D
  5. Rader2146

    Rader2146 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 11, 2012
    Waco, TX
    It's just a naming convention. It means something to the manufacturer, but has no significant meaning to us other than UR is Sanyo's prefix for their Li-Ion cylindrical rechargeables' and NCR is Panasonics prefix for the same. CGR is the odd-ball out and doesnt follow any of Panasonic's typical naming conventions.

    There really isnt any meaning to be derived from those names.
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