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Testing 18650 battery capacity

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  1. Vukmir

    Vukmir Full Member

    Jul 13, 2017
    Hello Folks

    Recently I had purchased 2 pairs of LG HG2 batteries. 2 from a Chinese vendor, and 2 from local vape shop. After initial charging before use, I had let my Eleaf Invoke mod to deplete the batteries to the lowest voltage which is 3.10 Volts. Then I put the batteries to VC2 Plus overnight to see the capacity it holds.

    Interestingly, batteries from Chinese vendor got 3134 mah from 3.10 to 4.2 V.
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    Batteries from Polish vape shop got 2768 mah from 3.10 to 4.2 V.
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    I could not find information regarding from what voltage range the capacity tests are done. I believe 3.10 is too low most mods do not go down to that level so 3134 mah makes more sense to me for 3000 mah battery.

    Which vendor do you guys think sent me the fake ones?
     
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