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E Cig Batteries
Batteries for e-cigarettes from Kangertech, Joyetech, Vision, Aspire, EirHorse
Under the prefabricated battery are all devices, which have a permanently installed accumulator, on which one only one evaporator can be screwed and can immediately goThe devices are partly on the latest state of the art, while others are simple replacement batteries for complete sets. Underneath the battery carriers, you will find all devices that are operated with replaceable batteries. You need special batteries for operation.
The variety is enormous, while some differ almost entirely from the design, others offer the most different possible settings, whether temperature control, Powermode, pre-heating function. When selecting the battery or battery carrier, make sure that the correct connection for the desired clearomizer is also available. Batteries have partly an external thread (= "eGo connection"), partly an internal thread (= "510er threaded connection"), some have both connections.
Please make sure that it is suitable for your battery holder when selecting the correct battery.
As your power increases, you will need a more durable load-bearing capacity.
The cells are arranged according to your design. Their designation also indicates the diameter, length, and shape, e.g.
18650 - 18 | 65 | 0 - one cell with 18mm diameter, 65mm length and round shape (0 = round). Fist formula for calculating the required continuous loadability. Maximum power of the battery carrier divided by 3 results in the minimum necessary continuous loadability of the battery.
However, a further 10% should be used for conversion losses of the step-up converter of the battery carrier.
For example, For an accumulator carrier with 75 watts a rechargeable battery with a permanent load capacity of at least 27.5 Ampere.
If you are sure of the battery carrier, e.g. Never operate above 50 watts is sufficient in principle, of course, a correspondingly weaker battery. However, we would advise beginners to refrain from this possibility, too quickly, this limitation falls into oblivion.
Where does the factor 3 come from?
The lower the residual voltage (U) of the battery, the higher the current (I) required for operation at constant power (P).
Thus the load on the battery or the required current is the greater the leaner the battery is.
Regulated accumulators normally switch off at a voltage of approx. 3V under load. The point of the highest load is therefore immediately before the protective cut-off of the battery carrier is intervened.
From P = U * I, I = P / U, for a battery voltage of 3 volts I = P / 3.
As already mentioned above, the conversion losses of the step-up converter should be estimated with at least 10%, thus ultimately obtaining the minimum required load-bearing capacity.
NOTE: There is an inherent risk with the use of any and all rechargeable batteries in any circumstance. The Brazilian Story and any and all of The Brazilian Story. s parent and subsidiary companies are not responsible for damage if there is any modification of the batteries/chargers in any form or shape (including pack making).The Brazilian Story. and any and all of The Brazilian Story s parent and subsidiary companies are not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable batteries and chargers.
Use special caution when working with Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable cells, as they are very sensitive to charging characteristics and may explode or burn if mishandled. Make sure the user has enough knowledge of Li-Ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer) and any rechargeable cells in charging, discharging, assembly and storage before use. Always charge in/on a fire-proof surface. Never leave charging batteries unattended. Do not use any rechargeable battery as well as any battery charger if any visible damage is present, as well as if the cell or charger has been stressed through mishandling, accidental or otherwise, even if damage may not be visible. Always store and transport rechargeable cells in a safe, non-conductive container in a controlled environment. Dispose of all battery cells and chargers in accordance to local laws and mandates.