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Vamo V5 Battries
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Vamo V5 Battries
Vamo V5 FastTech Maximum current output: 5A


Ive ordered two of these Vamo V5's mostly one for my son who isnt that interested in vaping, but I think needs a better controller and can still use his EGO tanks he has, also ordered some Nautilus mini type tank to go with them.

So I'm looking at Batteries again, and perhaps a 10A battery? will be more than enough for the short pulses its going to need, but it can be split and used with a 18350 battery, and I think my son may use it a lot like that while at work...

Im looking at safety for him, the controller has a lot of protection so I guess that will be fine. Was then thinking of charge times, and his 8 hour shift, so higher maH with lower current ?

Im happy with the IMR Panasonic batteries for the 18650 batteries, but there isn't any known makes for the 18350 batteries and they aint going to be high current output.

So if this device is going to work fine using a 18350 battery its not going to need much C Rating

So I have picked a few, but anybody used a 18350 single battery on a 15W' ish device? Are there IMR 18350 batteries made by Sony, Panasonic,Samsung I dont know the makes that ecoluxshop are selling

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Nominal Voltage   : 3.70V
Nominal Capacity  : 750mAh
Charging Metod    : CC/CV 4.20V
Discharge Voltage : 2.50V (Average Cut Off)

Charging Current CC : 370mA  
Rapid Charging Current : 750mA
Continuous Discharge Current : 8A
Max. Short Discharge Current : 15A
Battery rate : 12C

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XTAR IMR 18350 850mAh?
Nominal Voltage   : 3.70V
Nominal Capacity  : 850mAh
Charging Metod    : CC/CV 4.20V
Discharge Voltage : 2.50V (Average Cut Off)
Charging Current CC : 250mA
Rapid Charging Current : 500mA
Continuous Discharge Current : 5A
Max. Short Peak Discharge CC : 8A

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10A ShockLi IMR 18350 button Top 700mAh

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(This post was last modified: 19-03-2016 12:39 AM by KingJohn.)
19-03-2016 12:11 AM
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KingJohn Offline
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RE: Vamo V5 Battries
Ah, seams will be using 1.8 ohm coils mostly, so 3.7/1.8 = 2.0A 4.2/1.8 = 2.3A ha ha think I don't need to worry too much. 10A ShockLi IMR 18350 will be way good for it, not much price change with the 5A ones
(This post was last modified: 19-03-2016 08:48 PM by KingJohn.)
19-03-2016 08:44 PM
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RE: Vamo V5 Battries
Current output is not the same thing as current input - the conversion circuits are far from loss free. Always leave some headroom.

TVF tested battery info to be found here

http://www.preventsuicideapp.com

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19-03-2016 09:56 PM
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RE: Vamo V5 Battries
They also cheat with PWM, but I don't think we are talking about a lot of loss, probably be more loss on the 510 connector than anywhere else
20-03-2016 01:22 AM
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