A123 systems ANR26650M1-B 2500mAh - 70A
Not sure what the measured discharge amps are, but they are higher, with the cost in capacity at only 2500mAh.
Digging further - this looks like an excellent cell for us, if you do some in parallel for better mileage.
[quote]This is an extraordinary cell that I am rating at 30A. My maximum vaping amps (MVA) rating is 70A. The two cells I received from EnerCig and the two from Nkon appear to have come from the same batch.
The datasheet has a “maximum continuous discharge” rating of 70A in the
datasheet. But at that temperature, about 85°C, the cell will have a
significantly reduced cycle life. This rating is an absolute maximum,
not a level you should operate the battery at for every cycle. To allow
direct comparison against other batteries I am rating this cell at a
level, 30A continuous, which limits the temperature to 60°C to ensure
good cycle life. Above this temperature the cell’s aging accelerates
significantly. The cell can easily be pulsed at levels above 80A though.
This cell’s lithium-ferrous-phosphate (LFP) chemistry is the safest of
the Li-Ion chemistries we use. While this should never be used as an
excuse to do so, these A123’s can take a lot of abuse before going into
thermal runaway. If they do go into runaway their reaction isn’t as
violent as the other chemistries.
The voltage of this cell is very steady for most of the discharge, very
similar to LiPo’s. This is great for unregulated/mechanical mod users. The iJoy 4200mAh 26650 is a better choice for vaping at up to about 40A though.[/quote]