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Nybble seems to work fine most of the time with Nitecore IMR14500 Li-ion 3.7V 650mAh, pulse discharge 6.5A. Available in UK nitecore.co.uk and in Australia at https://www.mymultitools.com.au/nitecore-imr14500-3-7v-battery-650mah.html and https://www.liteshop.com.au/content/nitecore-650mah-imr-14500-high-drain-rechargeable-battery-ni14500a/
I’m using a 1,300mAh LiPo battery, this seems to be working fine and easy to find at RC model outlets. This capacity is probably the largest battery possible due to its width (30mm). There’s no room for a battery holder so I fix it to Nybble’s belly with a strip of Velcro. It’s best to mark the end of the battery on the belly so you can put it in the right place every time.
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Enercig 14500 850 mAh
These worked for me:
Enerpower 14500 850mAh - 2,4A Netherlands
What do you think of this one?
EnerDan INR14500A80 Non-standard battery (rechargeable) 14500 Li-ion 3.6 V 800 mAh.
Look at Data sheets
Discharge current (max.): 0.8 A
Continuous discharge: 0.8 A
The current may be too low. In my measurements, the continuous discharge current may go up to 3.5A, and the peak could go up to 4.5A.
Flathead is it a problem?
Emmerich 14500 Non-standard battery (rechargeable) 14500 Flat top Li-ion 3.7 V 800 mAh
Emmerich Li-Ion Battery 14500
The Emmerich lithium-ion battery meets the highest quality standards and offer high reliability.
Highlights & Details
- Capacity 800 mAh
- Charge after CCCV characteristic
- Minimal self-discharge
- High energy density
Voltage: 3.7 V
Capacity: 800 mAh
Features: Flat top
Max. charge voltage: 4.2 V
Max. charging current: 800 mA
Terminal voltage: 3 V
Min. temperature: -20 °C
Max. temperature: +55 °C
Height: 48.8 mm
(Ø): 14 mm
Product type: Non-standard battery (rechargeable)