Representation of Cylindrical Secondary li-ion batteries
Cylindrical secondary lithium-ion battery representation: Usually three letters + five numbers
The first letter indicates :Negative electrode, "I" represents the lithium ion battery, and "L" represents the lithium battery
The second letter indicates :Main active material of the positive electrode, "C" represents a cobalt electrode; "N" represents a nickel electrode; "M" represents a manganese electrode etc;
The third letter indicates:Shape of the battery, such as "R", which is cylindrical.
The first two digits refer to the cell diameter, and the last three digits refer to the height, unit is "mm".
For example: ICR18650 means: cylindrical lithium ion battery, the main anode material is cobalt, diameter is 18mm, height is 65mm.