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Yet another 18650 question...

Discussion in 'Batteries and Chargers' started by ThrashNeon, Jan 3, 2019.

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  1. ThrashNeon

    ThrashNeon Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2009
    I've been TRYING to do the research, honest.

    I have an Aegis Legend coming soon.
    When I ordered it, I got a LUC v4 charger and the Samsung INR18650-30Q batteries for it, but now I'm wondering if I made a mistake?

    I've looked through threads here, and Mooch's charts and info, and the reddit thread on the Legend battery testing:

    http:// GeekVape Aegis Legend battery life test! But on factory firmware, new update available today. : electronic_cigarette

    ... but I'm still not sure about whether I should go with the 20s or (24s?) instead. :?:

    I'm more interested in battery life and safety than high wattage vaping.

    Thanx for any help.
     
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  2. bombastinator

    bombastinator ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 12, 2010
    MN USA
    I’ve been vaping an ageis legend lately with a berserker mini rta running 1ohm coil at 8w. I generally vape quite a lot. The thing will go for almost two days before the batteries need to be changed. I doubt you’re going to have a problem
     
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  3. ThrashNeon

    ThrashNeon Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2009
    Thanks... but which batteries are you using?
     
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  4. Heartsdelight

    Heartsdelight Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Nov 10, 2015
    If you search for Mooch’s battery testing 30q’s are fine in a regulated mod for under 45 watts vaping from what I remember. I can’t remember exactly but the watts used can be increased with 2 batteries.
     
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  5. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Apr 8, 2012
    Ridgeway, Ohio
    Your link to the reddit thread isn't working.

    As long as you don't vape over 90 watts (45 watts x 2 batteries), the Samsung 30Q's will be more than sufficient. With 3000 mAh each the 30Q's should last quite a bit longer than the 2500 mAh each of the 24S or the 2000 mAh each of the 20S. You don't need a higher amp battery the way you vape.

    WATTAGE PER SINGLE BATTERY on REGULATED MOD:
    (Total wattage doubles using 2 batteries; Triples using 3 batteries.)

    Up to 45W:
    Samsung 18650 30Q, 3000 mah 15 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Sony 18650VTC6 3000mAh 15 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Up to 60W:
    LG 18650HG2 3000mah 20 amp CDR [​IMG]
    LG 18650HE4 2500 mah 20 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Samsung 18650-25R, 2500 mah 20 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Sanyo UR18650NSX, 2500 mah 20 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Sony 18650VTC5, 2600 mah 20 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Sony 18650VTC4, 2100 mah 23 amp CDR [​IMG]

    Up to 75W:
    LG 18650 HD4 2100 mah 25 amp CDR [​IMG]
    LG 18650 HD2 2000 mah 25 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Samsung 18650-24S, 2500 mah 25 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Sony 18650VTC5A, 2500 mah 25 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Up to 90W:
    LG18650HB6 1500mah 30 amp CDR [​IMG]
    LG18650HB2 1500mAh 30 amp CDR [​IMG]
    LG18650HB4 1500mAh 30 amp CDR [​IMG]
    Samsung 18650-20S 2000mah 30 amp CDR [​IMG]
    The above chart is just an expanded version of the chart Mooch has in his below video.



    The original Aegis Legend I believe had a battery efficiency glitch which could be corrected with a firmware update. When you get your Legend, check which firmware is loaded on it and make sure it is the latest version.
     
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  6. Punk In Drublic

    Punk In Drublic Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Aug 28, 2018
    Toronto, ON
    Battery life will be dependent on how efficient the device is and your vaping patterns – wattages, frequency etc. For a regulated device, to determine what battery(s) to choose, take your preferred wattage, divide by the amount of cells, this will equal Watts Per Battery (Wbatt).

    Then divide by the cut off voltage of the device and efficiency of the device. We rarely know the efficiency unless it is stated within the specs so safe to use 0.9 (90%). This will equal your Amps Per Battery (Abatt)

    So if you prefer to vape at 80 watts with the Aegis Legend which has 2 cells and a cut off voltage of 3.2 volts…

    Wbatt = 80/2 = 40

    Abatt = 40/3.2 (cut off voltage)/0.9 = 13.8 amps per cell.

    The Samsung 30Q would be more than sufficient in this case.
     
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  7. bombastinator

    bombastinator ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 12, 2010
    MN USA
    30qs same as you. I originally bought them for DL vaping at 35w. Then they lasted a good full day.
     
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  8. ThrashNeon

    ThrashNeon Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2009
    Thanks guys! I'll try to update this post when I get my kit and test.
     
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  9. sonicbomb

    sonicbomb Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 17, 2015
    1187 Hundertwasser
    I only use 30Qs, they are great cells.
     
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  10. ThrashNeon

    ThrashNeon Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 12, 2009
    Using included "Supermesh" K1 0.2Ω coil

    Samsung INR18650-30Q batteries
    Start: 5 Jan 16:00
    Watts: 42.0
    Coil: 0.16
    Volt: 2.57
    Amp: N/A
    End: 7 Jan 05:00
    Puff: 440
     
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