Stacking batteries

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  1. rwechsler

    rwechsler Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I know that you can stack CR123A batteries and the such, but can you stack 18500 or 18650 batteries in a SS GGTS for a 7.4v vape (using appropriate resistance attys/cartos)?
     
  2. k3v1n

    k3v1n Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes you can, but you will need the GGTS extension sleeve (for 2x18650 batteries).

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    Left to right:

    Single 16340, Single 14500, 2x CR2 (15270), 2x16340, 2x14500, 18650, 2x18650.
     
  3. gredie

    gredie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    If you have enough extension sleeves you can even stack more than two 18650 batteries in a GGTS. ;)

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  4. pnguin

    pnguin Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Just make sure to label your batteries and rotate the order you stack them in every change to prevent one battery from taking all the strain.
     
  5. rwechsler

    rwechsler Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    To confirm, 2 stacked aw irm high drain 18500 stacked will produce 7.4v?
     
  6. k3v1n

    k3v1n Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes rwechsler.

    3.7v x 2 = 7.4v
     
  7. rwechsler

    rwechsler Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Great, thanks Kevin.
     
  8. womblebat

    womblebat Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Be aware that a 3.7v battery fresh off the charger is actually 4.2v

    So two 3.7v batteries is actually 8.4v unloaded
     
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