SONY Murata VTC4 30A 2100mah Flat Top 18650 Battery
Previously manufactured by Sony Energy - Murata purchased Sony's battery division in 2017. Newer production of cells are marked Murata and not SE (Sony Energy). Older cells will show SE printing. Genuine Sony US18650VTC4 2000mAh batteries, also known as the Sony VTC 4. These are a great high power cell with 30A continuous current capability. These batteries are all fresh stock with manufacturing codes within the last few months. The problem is there are many counterfeits on the market these are guaranteed to be genuine. We've done extensive testing to be sure they're real so you can be confident you've got the real thing.
Chemistry: NMC Max continuous discharge current: 30A
Style: Flat top Height: 65mm +/- 0.2mm
Diameter: 18.35mm +0.15/-0.2 mm Weight: 45.0g +/-1.5g
Nominal capacity: 2100mAh
Rated Capacity: 2000mAh
Voltage: 3.7V Maximum charge voltage: 4.25V (see specification)
Not protected Origin: Japan/Malaysia Alternate
Names: VCT4, VCT 4, VTC4, US18650VTC4, US18650VCT4, UST180TTVTC4
Battery Size: 18650 Battery
Capacity: 2100mAh Battery Chemistry: Li-Ion Battery Voltage: 3.6 / 3.7 Battery
Terminal Type: Flat Top Battery
Shelf Life: 10 Years
Product Certifications: CE, RoHS
Product Weight: 1.764oz
Product Dimensions: 2.559" (L) x 0.717" (Diameter)
Country of Origin: CN Associated
Battery Sizes: 168A, 18650, 19670, Protected 18650, Unprotected 18650
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