SKU: GC39-NL1665R

Nitecore 16340 Micro-USB

Nitecore 16340 Micro-Usb

The NL1665R 16340 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery from Nitecore has a capacity of 650mAh, 3.6V of output power, and a continuous discharge rate of 2A. The built-in circuit chip protects against excessive charge/discharge and short circuits. It can be recharged over 500 cycles.

The nickel-plated and stainless-steel protectors provide high-impact resistance and the metallic wrapper guards against abrasion. It features pressure relief valve protection and has a built-in PTC to protect against rapid temperature increases and high current surges. To charge the battery, use any of Nitecore's compatible smart chargers or the battery's built-in micro-USB port. During the charging process, the battery displays a red indicating light, and when the cell is fully charged, the light turns green.

Features:

500 Charge/Discharge Cycles

Charges via USB-Port or External Charger

Built-In Protected Circuit Chip

Chip Protects from Overcharge/Discharge

Protects against Short-Circuiting

Nickel-Plated and Stainless-Steel Jacket

High-Impact Metallic Wrapper

Displays Red Light While Charging

Light Turns Green When Fully Charged

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Nitecore 16340 Micro-Usb

The NL1665R 16340 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery from Nitecore has a capacity of 650mAh, 3.6V of output power, and a continuous discharge rate of 2A. The built-in circuit chip protects against excessive charge/discharge and short circuits. It can be recharged over 500 cycles.

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