Sherlock 2 Hohm - Hohm Tech - 20700 3116MAH Battery
Hohm Tech has pushed the battery game even further, making the best of the best even better. Now utilizing a proprietary structure, top cap, and chemistry (Li-CoO2/C), we can confidently say that Sherlock 2 is the king of the 20700 battery game in every way imaginable. The idea was to power electric motor applications, but Hohm Tech found it too good to not share with the world. To prepare this cell to meet the extreme safety standards Hohm Tech holds themselves accountable to, it took over a year of R&D on just the Cobalt Oxide ratio and Graphite stripping process.
The Sherlock 2 20700 will excel in performance very much like its counterparts do, but with increased tolerance to amp loads, voltage sustainability under load, and increased cell life with the inherent cooler operation of new chemistry. For consumers that use devices that require extremely heavy amperage, but need a battery that will support those loads without faulting, we introduce to the Sherlock 2 20700 cell.
The Sherlock 2 by Hohm Tech can be used in various applications with a Battery Management System. These are rated by Indonesia Chemistry at 3116mAh capacity, with a CDR of 30.7A, an 80°C | 2.8V cut-off of 40.6A, and a pulse/peak rating of 47.1A. All ratings are subject to meet and/or exceed strict limitation policies set forth for DLr1, TID2, PVDL3, CLR4, mΩR5, and Temperature (°C). Sherlock 2 is most closely related to the popular Hohm Work 2 18650 cell, but has chemistry stimulated and melded at different Hz. Results are incredibly high amperage delivery, with an assurance of consistent coalition within the Li-ion family.
- Max Charge Rate: 4.67A
- Max Charge Voltage: 4.25V
- Continuous Discharge Rate: 30.7A
- Max 80°C | 2.8V cut-off: 40.6A
- Pulse | Peak: 47.1A
- Cycle Life Retention: 500 Cycles (70%), 1000 (60%)
- Chemistry Type: Li-CoO2/C
To ensure your safety and maintain the battery’s life and durability, we recommend you follow these rules:
- Do not over-discharge or overcharge the battery. Doing so will shorten the battery’s life and sometimes, it can make it pop or leak.
- Please do not short circuit or it will release massive current.
- Do not play with fire! Do not dispose any kind of battery in or near any fire.
- Do not stack more than one battery as it may potentially blowout and cause serious damage to yourself and place.
- Always check battery’s condition to see if there are signs of wear and tear. If there is, please dispose the battery.
- Do not dispose batteries into the trash as it is against the state’s laws.
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