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Tenergy RCR123A 3.0V 600mAh Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery

Your Price: $5.95
SKU: 30264
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Product Description

  • Rechargeable CR123A Li-Ion Batteries with 3.0V average working voltage (4.5V at peak without load). 
  • Tenergy RCR123A can be recharged up more than 300 times. 1 RCR123A Li-ion > 300 CR123A Primary Cell. 
  • Replaces most of CR123A primary Lithium battery for digital cameras and flashlights.
  • Do not charge the battery cells in other brand RCR123A battery charger. We are not responsible for damage caused by misuse.
  • Open circuit voltage of RCR123A (3.0V) is much higher than primary Lithium battery (3.0V). It may burn certain bulb of flashlight. 
  • Please make sure your device can accept 4.5V voltage before use.
  • Internal voltage regulators modified voltage to achieve average working voltage of 3.0V. 
  • Internal over-charge and over-discharge protection to prevent battery over use. The current will be shut off when the battery voltage drops below 2.0V. 

* This battery is not compatible with SureFire Flashlights!

Specifications

  • Capacity: 
    • Nominal: 580mAh
    • Maximum: 600 mAh 
  • Dimension: 16.7±0.5mm (D) x 34.5mm±0.5mm (H). 
  • Weight: 17 g / 0.6 oz.

Compatibility Warning:

This RCR123A battery is made with Lithium Ion rechargeable battery. Its full charge voltage is higher than average voltage of Primary Lithium CR123A battery which is 3.0V. Certain flashlights and other devices that are designed for Primary Lithium CR123A batteries might not be compatible with this battery. It is the buyer's responsibility to be aware of the requirements and limitations of this battery before use. Any damage of the devices is not covered by Tenergy warranty.
If you do not agree with these conditions, please return this product immediately before use.

Product Reviews

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  1. Poor battery life

    Posted by Barry Portugal on 30th Mar 2016

    Even though batteries are used for not more the 2-3 minutes each day, they have to be re-charged every 4-5 days.

  2. Won't hold a charge

    Posted by tom Steindler on 29th Dec 2015

    These batteries will not hold a charge