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1S1P 3.7V 18650 Holder Case with Build-in PCM Protection Circuit Module ↓ details & specifications
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Output Voltage 3-4.2 V
Package
Package Type Plain
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 18 mm
Height 81 mm
Width 20 mm
Product Weight 8.0 g
FastTech
SKU 1164900
DATE LISTED 12/28/2012
Details:
  • Hold 1 piece 18650 battery
  • Keep your battery being protected
  • Specially designed with modern build-in protection circuit module
  • It’s flexible and convenient for various customized application
  • Maximal continuous Charging current 3A
  • Maximal continuous Discharging current 3A
  • Over charge detection voltage 4.325±0.025V
  • Over discharge detection voltage 2.5±0.05V
  • Over current detection current 5±0.5A
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xDennisx
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  • JoinedJan 2014
  • Posts 11
  • Reviews 11
  • Kudos7
Overall
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› Value
PROS
-Quality -Price -Protection
CONS
Everytime you change or replace the battery, you have to completely discharge all capicitors by shorting the terminals of the case (+ side and - side)or else it will just not work
The case is a pretty good case. Protection works but isnt the best! its only one single mosfet. Protection cuts nicely but when you replace the battery, the case dont delivers any voltage. You have to... (read full review)
Reviewed on 5/19/2014 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

docpayce
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  • JoinedJul 2013
  • Posts 22
  • Reviews 30
  • Kudos10
Overall
› Quality
› Value
PROS
- Balanced security features for charging
CONS
- Housing not completely robust - Safety circuit 'protected' by a piece of foam
The features are perfect for using this as a charging adapter. However, one plastic back (on the side without safety circuit) does easily come off and the safety circuit itself is not well protected -... (read full review)
Reviewed on 9/11/2013 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

DenisN
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  • JoinedApr 2013
  • Posts 0
  • Reviews 9
  • Kudos0
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Great protective case for batteries 18650. Protection from overcharge and overdischarge, and overcurrent! Good for use with unprotected batteries (with some protected too :)). Designed for your DYI pr... (read full review)
Reviewed on 6/10/2013 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

antonzlatsen
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  • JoinedApr 2013
  • Posts 95
  • Reviews 32
  • Kudos31
Overall
› Quality
› Value
PROS
Great construction. nice beefy wires
I wanted a button top battery box... I got this because i wasn't aware that this is made for flat top batteries. I put a thin piece of metal between the two wires on the negative side and now this wor... (read full review)
Reviewed on 5/9/2013 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

planszowy
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  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 2
  • Reviews 9
  • Kudos1
Overall
› Quality
› Value
PROS
adds protection circuit to unprotected 18650 li-ion batteries
CONS
price could be lower pcb hidden under a piece of foam only
This holder works as expected, it is intended for flat-top 18650 unprotected batteries, holds batteries well. There is a small voltage dropout (about 0,1-0,15V at 1A) with this holder but this is norm... (read full review)
Reviewed on 10/6/2013 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No
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Maximum battery length?
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Can i use for charging batterie inside?
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