Looking to upgrade your lithium battery? Bring in the incredible power and longevity of Molicel M50A. It has a truly impeccable life cycle that is almost double as opposed to other leading 21700 battery manufacturers.
This cell has 4.2 high voltage and has an excellent high-temperature performance of up to 45°C. Its endurance to high-temp is impressive and can give you a total advantage on the road, especially on hot days.
What makes this cell series special is its life cycle. If you are looking for a battery that can stay with you for a long time without having to worry too much, Molicel M50A is your top-tier battery. You can also store it for a long time and not have issues.
Style: Flat Top
Nominal Capacity: 5000mAh
Minimum Capacity: 4800mAh
Continuous Discharge Rating: 15A (previously rated 20A was temp limited, revised CDR is 15A)
Nominal Voltage: 3.6V
End of Charge Voltage: 4.20V
End of Discharge Voltage 2.50V
Approximate Dimensions: 21.55mm x 70.15mm (MAX)
Approximate Weight: 68g
Charge Current and Temperature information:
Standard charge current: 2.5A
Standard charge time 2.6hrs
Continuous discharge current: 20A
Charge temperature: 0~45C
Discharge ambient temperature: -30C~45C
Just like all lithium-ion batteries, we would like to remind you that they can explode or burn due to improve use. If you use this battery for a manner of purpose not intended by the manufacturer, you may be severely injured, cause damage, and even harm other people.
We are not responsible for those aforementioned damages. Use the batteries properly, accordingly, and at your own risk.
Molicel 21700 M50A can optimize your bike for weight, performance, and energy. It will give you the best range and longevity as opposed to other batteries. Compared to traditional battery technology, 21700 lithium-ion batteries have a higher power density in a lighter package.
All rechargeable batteries have inherent risks under any circumstances. Charge them properly and away from heat, chemicals, and other dangerous equipment that might compromise the battery and lead to an explosion.
Whether you are a newbie at e-bikes or already a pro, you should always properly charge your battery. Not only charging, but also discharging, assembly, and storage.
Never completely discharge batteries (below 2.5V under load or 3V unloaded) and charge them fully first before use. Don’t charge yet if the battery is still at 4.3V and above. Never charge them unattended and if you must store them, make sure to keep them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or any heat