Sony VTC5 batteries are cylindrical 18650 cells with a flat top and 18mm x 65mm dimensions. The authentic Sony VTC5 batteries hold a maximum capacity of 2600mAh. Sony VTC5 batteries perform with a continuous discharge rate of 10 Ampere and have a maximum discharge rate of 20 Ampere. Sony VTC5 batteries suit vape mods with a max output power of 120W.
Sony VTC5 18650 vape batteries have a high capacity, 20 Ampere self-discharge rate, and long cycle life. Current solid charge and discharge capability reached IEC standard. However, the Sony VTC5 18650 batteries are unprotected and must be used in protective devices. On the other hand, Sony VTC5 18650 batteries are produced with safer chemistry, Li-Ion batteries; they require a protection circuit and have a low risk of venting with flame or explosion.
The Sony batteries 18650 VTC5 match more than 500 recharge cycles. The Sony vape batteries 18650 VTC5 are the optimal solution for portable devices. Moreover, the Sony batteries 18650 VTC5 differ in their stability and safety. We suggest recharging the batteries using only the original instruments, such as IMREN Intellicharger X2 or Efest LUSH Q4.
Model: Sony VTC5 Batteries
Continuous Discharge: 10 Ampere
Max Discharge: 20 Ampere
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
Charge Voltage: 4.2V
Positive Side: Flat Top
Lifespan: 500+ Cycles
Charging Time: 4.2V/3.0A - 2.5 Hours
Length: 65mm [+/- 0.2mm]
Diameter: 18mm [+1.5mm /- 0.2mm]
Weight: 44.5g [+/- 1.5g]
2x Sony VTC5 18650 Batteries
*The Sony 18650 batteries VTC5 are unprotected and intended for use in protected battery packs only and NOT individually or as a standalone product. To operate safely, Sony 18650 batteries VTC5 must have extra protection with PCB [protection circuit board] or BMS [batteries management system], which isn't included.
**Don't resell the batteries.
**Don't throw the batteries into fire, nor heat the batteries.
**Don't disassemble nor modify the batteries.
**Don't leave the batteries in a high-temperature place [60°C or more].
**Don't use the batteries at a high temperature [60°C or more].
**Don't expose the batteries to water or moisture.
**Don't add strong shock, nor drop the batteries.
**Don't solder leads directly to the battery's body.
**Don't short the (+) and (-) terminals of the batteries with a kind of metal.
**Don't reverse charge the batteries.
**Don't penetrate the batteries with a nail, nor make a hole in the batteries.
**Don't put the batteries into a microwave oven or high-pressure container.
If the batteries are used for their intended purpose, and the above points are observed, they will last a long time. If the batteries were subjected to temperature drops, or shocksva or were in the water, we advise against using this kind of battery. First, when inspecting the batteries, pay attention to scratches, blowing, and other defects. Using batteries with defects can cause your device to fail. When your battery has failed, send it to the appropriate recycling box.