Sony Murata VTC5A US18650 3.7V 2600mAh High-Drain 30A/60A High Discharge Rechargeable Lithium Battery (Flat-Top)

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The new Sony VTC5A has the same specs as the VTC5 - but with a slight performance edge. Its lifespan is longer overall as well compared to the VTC5 cell



  • 2600mAh Capacity
  • 30A Max discharge current (continuous) / 60A Pulse discharge current 
  • Size: 18x65mm
  • Internal Resistance 12mOhm (1kHz AC)


Regarding Lifespan of Battery 

It is recommended to replace your battery every 6 months to a year if you use it very often. This prevents performance issues from cropping up


Regarding Exchanges/Warranty

Due to the nature of this consumable product, no returns/exchanges with this product or other replacements are allowed unless the product is DOA

Warranty coverage will be 3 Months Full Warranty (against explosions/leakage/venting) unless battery has been found to be pushed beyond its stated specs, misused or overdischarged 



  • CAUTION: when working with Li-ion cells, they are very sensitive to charging characteristics and may explode if mis-handled
  • User should have enough knowledge on Li-Ion rechargeable batteries in charging, discharging,and assembly before use
  • Put the batteries in fire-proof container when bringing them out or when they are not in use
  • Do not put batteries on wood surface, carpets or flammable materials when charging
  • Never leave battery un-attended when charging (especially overnight)
  • We are not responsible for any damage(s) to property or injuries if there is any modification of the batteries in form, shape, or when made into packs
  • We are not reponsible for any damage(s) to property or injuries arising from possible explosions, leaks or fires resulting from the use or misuse/mishandling of these Li-Ion batteries

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  • 5
    Pretty good battery

    Posted by SteveCo on 27th Nov 2017

    Slightly better than the VTC5 with more power. not bad!

  • 3
    Good battery, But......

    Posted by Gabriel Boniface on 13th Jun 2017

    Batteries are good with high c.discharge ratings. Only problem is that there is a significant difference the voltage output as compared to previous batches of VTC5A. Somehow it feels 'weaker' and doesn't last as long as the previous batches of VTC5A