Samsung 30Q INR 18650 Vape Battery is a flat top battery that has a capacity of 3000mAh, with a discharge rate of 15A. This battery is rechargeable using a lithium battery charger and depending on the vape device, can be charged using USB lead.
Please read through the Battery Safety Guide for advice on keeping your batteries in best condition.
Manufacturer: Samsung SDI
Top Cap: Flat
Measurements: 18.0mm(W) 64.90mm(H)
Maximum Voltage: 4.2V
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Capacity: 3000mAh (3 Ah)
Maximum Discharge Rate: 20A (Temperature Limited)
Manufacturer Discharge Rate: 15A
Samsung SDI, who are the manufacturers of this batteries do not encourage or agree to the use of this battery with electronic cigarettes. They have stated that this battery are not designed for use on electronic cigarttes and the retail market, but are designed for use with tools and equipment that have a suitable battery management system. More information are provided by Samsung directly.
Disclaimer On Use Of Batteries
PLEASE ENSURE YOU FOLLOW THE BATTERY SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED IN THE GUIDE AS THERE ARE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH USE OF SPECIALIST BATTERIES, SUCH AS THOSE USED IN E-CIGARETTES. WE WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY WRONG USE OR IMPROPER STORAGE OF BATTERIES.
Battery Safety Guide:
Batteries must be charged correctly, so you must ensure that the current and voltage used to charge the batteries must be as stated in the instructions.
Batteries should not be charged where the temperature is excessively cold or hot.
Batteries should not be left in charger for over 24 hours and should not be left unattended to while charging.
Batteries should not be charged using a modified or damaged charger.
The discharging current should not exceed the level set out in the instructions. If it does this may cause the battery to overheat.
Batteries should be stored at the right temperature, store at an ambient temperature in dry, well-ventilated conditions.
Batteries must be stored in battery cases when not in use and must not be carried around loose in bags or pockets.
Ensure batteries do not come into contact with any metal objects such as coins or keys, as this can lead to leakage, explosion or fire.
Batteries must not be used if they are damaged, abnormally hot, discoloured, deformed, wrapping is torn or any other abnormal conditions are detected. Dispose of the batteries if this occurs.
Battery should not be allowed to come in contact with water or fire and should be disposed off, if this occurs.
Do not put battery in microwave ovens or in any high pressure container.
Where your device uses two or more battherries, do not use or assemble batteries that are of different makes, types or models.
Avoid excessive physical shock or vibration.
Where liquid is leaking from a battery gets into your eyes, do not rub your eyes, immediately wash eyes with clean water and seek medical attention immediately.
Ensure that a leaking battery is disposed of immediately and that the liquid is contained and removed as it may cause explosion or fire.
Disposal of batteries should be done in accordance with local regulations as each country as clear guidance on where and how to dispose of batteries.
Please read our Battery Safety Guide for more iformation.