Maxell ER Lithium thionyl chloride
ER
Lithium Thionyl
Chloride Battery (Li/SOCI2)
With Terminals and Wire Connectors
(ER18/50 / ER17/50 / ER6 / ER6C / ER17/33 / ER3 / ER3S)
LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE BATTERY
Safety Instructions
This battery is a high energy density sealed battery containing dangerous (Lithium) and deleterious (Thionyl Chloride) materials. For
this reason, improper handling of the battery could lead to distortion, leakage*, overheating, explosion, fire, or generation of
irritating/corrosive gases, causing bodily injury or equipment trouble. Please observe the following instructions to prevent accidents.
For from your customers to your industrial waste processors (including recycled processor), please have them fully understand
these instructions.
(* Leakage is defined as the unintentional escape of a liquid from a battery.)
Warnings
Never deform.
Deforming could cause leakage, overheating, explosion, fire, or
generation of irritating/corrosive gases.
Handling
Do not recharge
Never reverse the positive and negative terminals when
mounting.
Improper mounting of the battery could lead to short-circuiting,
charging or forced-discharging. This could cause distortion,
leakage, overheating, explosion, fire, or generation of
irritating/corrosive gases.
Never swallow.
Always keep the battery out of the reach of infants and young
children to prevent it from being swallowed. If swallowed, consult a
physician immediately.
Never apply an excessive force to the positive terminal.
Because the positive terminal is sealed by a glass, subjecting this
area to sudden jolts and excessive force (over 19.6 N) could destroy
the glass seal. This could cause leakage and the generation of
irritating/corrosive gases.
Never use different batteries together.
Using different batteries together, i.e. different type or used and new
or different manufacturer could cause distortion, leakage,
overheating, explosion, fire, or generation of irritating/corrosive
gases because of the differences in battery property. If using two or
more batteries connected in series or in parallel even same batteries,
please consult with Maxell before using.
Never drop.
Dropping the battery could destroy the glass seal leading to leakage
and the generation of irritating/corrosive gases.
Never weld the terminals or weld a wire to the body of the
battery directly.
The heat of welding or soldering could cause the lithium to melt, or
cause damage to the insulating material in the battery, leading to
possible distortion, leakage, overheating, explosion, or fire, or
generation of irritating/corrosive gases. When soldering the battery
directly to equipment, solder only the tabs or leads. Even then, the
temperature of the soldering iron must be below 350 deg. C and the
soldering time less than 5 seconds. Do not use a soldering bath,
because the circuit board with battery attached could stop moving
or the battery could drop into the bath. Moreover do not use
excessive solder, because the solder could flow to unwanted
portions of the board, leading to a short-circuit or charging of the
battery.
Never allow liquid leaking from the battery to get in your eyes
or mouth.
Because this liquid could cause serious damage, if it does come in
contact with your eyes, flush them immediately with plenty of water
and consult a physician. Likewise, If the liquid gets in your mouth,
rinse immediately with plenty of water and consult a physician.
Never touch the battery electrodes.
Do not allow the battery electrodes to come in contact with your skin
or fingers. Otherwise, the moisture from your skin could cause a
discharge of the battery, which could produce certain chemical
substances causing you to receive a chemical burns.
Warnings
Never short-circuit the battery.
Do not allow the positive and negative terminals to short-circuit.
Never carry or store the battery with metal objects such as a
necklace or a hairpin. Do not take multiple batteries out of the
package and pile or mix them when storing. Otherwise, this could
lead to distortion, leakage, overheating, and explosion of the battery.
Circuit Design for Back-up Use
This is a primary battery and cannot be charged. If used in memory
or RTC back-up applications, be sure to use diodes to prevent
charging from the main power source or other batteries, and a
protective resistor to regulate the current as shown in the figure
below. Note that the points described below should be taken into
careful consideration when selecting diodes and protective resistors.
Never charge.
The battery is not designed to be charged by any other electrical
source. Charging could generate gas and internal short-circuiting,
leading to distortion, leakage, overheating, explosion, fire, or
generation of irritating/corrosive gases.
Diode
Diode
Load
+5V
Diode
Never forcibly discharge.
Forcibly discharging by an external power source or other batteries
could cause the voltage to fall below 0V (reversing the poles),
generating gas inside the battery and leading to distortion, leakage,
overheating, explosion, fire, or generation of irritating/corrosive gases.
Protective
resistor
Battery
Never heat.
Heating the battery to more than 100 deg. C could increase the
internal pressure, causing distortion, leakage, overheating,
explosion, fire, or generation of irritating/corrosive gases.
Load
+5V
Diode
Diode
Protective
resistor
Battery
Example (A)
Example (B)
Supplied voltage to load
Because a diode and a resistor generate the voltage drop on
operating, please take into consideration these voltage drops for
supplied voltage to load.
Never expose to open flames.
Exposing to flames could cause the lithium metal to melt, causing
the battery to catch on fire and explode.
Using diodes to prevent charging
Please choose diodes with leak current of no more than 0.5µA.
Never disassemble the battery.
Disassembly could generate the irritating/corrosive gases. In
addition, the lithium metal inside the battery could overheat, leading
to catch on fire.
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Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery
Storage
Avoiding storing the battery in direct sunlight, or in excessively hot
and humid locations, and store it out of the way of rainwater and
other adverse environmental elements.
Using and setting protective resistors
A protective resistor is used to
Maximum Current
Type
prevent the battery from being
125µA
ER18/50
charged by large surges of current
125µA
ER17/50
during diode failure. Please set
100µA
ER6
the resistor so that the maximum
100µA
ER6C
current shown in the right table is
70µA
ER17/33
not exceeded. For example, say
50µA
ER3
an ER6 battery is used in sample
40µA
ER3S
circuit A in combination with a
main power source 5 volt. Since the permitted charge current is
100µA and this battery’s voltage is 3.6V, let the resistor be R>
=
Bundling
When bundling the battery with a product, be sure to use
cushioning and other packing to protect the battery (and especially
the positive terminal) from jolts and shocks during transportation.
(5V-3.6V)/100µA=14k ohm, meaning that at least 14k ohm is
required.
Note: If the diodes broke down, it is necessary for safety to replace
them as soon as possible even though using a protective resistor.
Considering the trouble of diodes and resistors, other safety
measures should be incorporated in the circuit design.
Warnings
Disposal
The battery may be regulated by
national or local regulation. Please
follow the instructions of proper
regulation. As electric capacity is
left in a discarded battery and it
comes into contact with other
metals, it could lead to distortion,
leakage, overheating, or explosion,
so make sure to cover the (+) and
(-) terminals with friction tape or
some other insulator before
disposal.
Caution
Tape
+
–
Tape
(Example of battery insulation)
Handling
Minimum transient voltage
The various tests have shown that the minimum transient voltage is
influenced greatly by the actual conditions of use and storage
Therefore, please design your circuits using no more than the
standard discharge current, taking into account the voltage drop due
to the minimum transient voltage. Please consult with Maxell
beforehand if you are unsure of anything.
Installing, removing, and disposing of batteries
1) When installing a battery in a device, make sure that the positive
terminal is facing up, or at least to the side. As this battery uses
liquid thionyl chloride as the positive active material, placing the
positive terminal at the bottom will cause the thionyl chloride to
become maldistributed, which could prevent the needed
performance from being obtained when a large amount of current is
used.
2) Please have the installation, removal, and disposal of this battery
performed by a technician with a thorough understanding of the
Warnings and Cautions on handling.
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LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE BATTERY
The ER battery is for industrial use only.
When replacement is necessary, please contact the manufacturer of your equipment.
Overview
This battery is ideal for such long-term applications as power for electronic devices and electric power, water, and gas meters,
and especially as a backup power source for memory ICs.
Products
Model
ER18/50
ER17/50
ER6
ER6C
ER17/33
ER3
ER3S
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.6
Nominal Capacity (mAh)**
3,650
2,750
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,100
790
Nominal Discharge Current (µA)
125
125
100
100
75
40
35
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
–55 to +85
18
52.6
17
52.6
14.5
53.5
14.5
51
17.0
35
14.5
29.9
14.5
26
22
20
15
15
13
8
7
Nominal Voltage (V)
Operating Temperature Range (deg. C)
Dimensions*
Diameter (mm)
Height (mm)
Weight (g)*
* Dimensions and weight are for the battery itself, but may vary depending on terminal specifications and other factors.
** Nominal capacity indicates duration until the voltage drops down to 3.0V when discharged at a nominal discharge current at 20 deg. C.
• Data and dimensions are just reference values. For further details, please contact your nearest Maxell dealer or distributor.
Principle and Reactions
Construction
(+)
Positive
Terminal
The lithium thionyl chloride battery uses liquid thionyl
chloride (SOCl2) as its positive active material, and lithium
(Li) as its negative active material. The reactions of the
battery are shown below.
Resin Seal
Melt Seal
Metal Lid
Glass Seal
Metal Can
Top Lid
Negative
Electrode
Battery Reactions
+
Separator
-
Positive reaction: 2SOCl2+4Li +4e
Positive
Collector
Positive
Electrode
+
4LiCl+S+SO2
-
Negative reaction: Li Li +e
Bottom
Insulator
Total reaction: 2SOCl2+4Li 4LiCl+S+SO2
Negative
Terminal
(–)
Features
High 3.6-V voltage
The lithium thionyl chloride battery achieves a high voltage of 3.6 V.
Flat discharge characteristics
The change of internal resistance during discharge is minimal,
allowing for flat discharge voltage until end of discharge life.
High energy density
Provides high energy density of 970m Wh/cm3 with discharge current of 100µA (ER6 type).
Wide usable temperature range
Can be used over a wide temperature range : - 55 deg. C to +85 deg. C (please consult with
Maxell if using in temperatures of -40 deg. C or less).
Superior long-term reliability
The extremely low self-discharge, together with the use of a hermetic seal, allows for stable
use over long periods.
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Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery
Minimum transient voltage
The lithium thionyl chloride battery has remarkably lower self-discharge when compared with conventional batteries. This is
because a lithium chloride membrane is formed over the negative lithium surface, blocking reaction with the positive material.
When first discharging after storage, resistance from this lithium chloride membrane may temporarily reduce the voltage at the
initiation of discharge. The lowest voltage at this time is called minimum transient voltage, and the lower the temperature, and
the larger the discharge current, the lower the voltage will be. Because minimum transient voltage is greatly influenced by
storage time and conditions, it is necessary to take this into sufficient consideration when designing a device.
ER6
4
Minimum Transient Voltage (V)
Voltage
Voltage
Open Circuit
Initial Usage
Minimum Transient Voltage
Time
Time
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
20 deg C
–10 deg C
–40 deg C
1
0.5
After 3 months at 20 deg. C
0
103
Discharge load (ohm)
104
The figure above shows minimum transient voltage using a
fresh battery.
Relationship between Discharge Load and Operating Voltage
Storage Characteristics
The operating voltage of a battery falls as the discharge
load increases and temperature falls. In the case of initial
use, an electric potential of at least 3 V will be maintained
even at temperatures of -40 deg. C at discharge of less
than 1 mA.
ER6
The lithium thionyl chloride battery is made from chemically
stable inorganic materials. Additionally, a sealing method
employing a laser-welded seal structure and hermetic seal
hinders the admittance of outside air. These features
provide superior storage characteristics, holding down
self-discharge to no more than 1% of capacity per year at
normal temperatures.
4
3.5
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C
(equivalent to storage for 10 years at 20 deg. C)
3
2
1.5
Voltage (V)
Operating Voltage (V)
2.5
20 deg C
–10 deg C
–40 deg C
1
0.5
0
ER6
4
3
2
Initial
1
Temp:20 deg.C
discharge current: 100 µA
After 3 months at 20 deg. C
103
Discharge load (ohm)
0
104
0
25
50
75
Discharge capacity (%)
UL Recognized Components
Applications
The lithium thionyl chloride battery is a UL (Underwriters
Laboratories Inc.) recognized component. (Technician
Replaceable)
OA Machines (Fax, Copiers, Printers)
Desktop PCs
PDAs
Medical Instruments, Cash Registers
FA Instruments (Measuring Instruments, Onboard
Microcomputers, Sensors)
Electronic Meters (Water, Gas, Electricity)
ETC (Electronic Toll Collection System)
Recognized models: ER18/50, ER17/50, ER6, ER6C,
ER17/33, ER3, ER3S
Certification Number: MH12568
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100
LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE BATTERY
ER18/50
(3650mAh)
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Discharge Characteristics
1,000,000
Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
3.0
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
3.5
2.5
2.0
1.5
10
120 A
1.2mA
102
103
104
Discharge duration time (h)
24 A
105
106
Temperature: –40 deg. C
Voltage (V)
4.0
Year
10
100,000
70,000
50,000
20,000
60 deg. C
1
0.5
2,000
3.0
1,000
10
20
30
102
120 A
103
104
1000
Discharge current: 1.2mA Temperature: 20 deg. C
Temperature: 60 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
3.5
Voltage (V)
500
Storage Characteristics
106
4.0
3.0
2.5
2.0
3.0
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
Initial
1.0
1.2mA
102
ER17/50
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
20 A
103
104
Discharge duration time (h)
105
106
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Discharge duration time (h)
(2750mAh)
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Discharge Characteristics
Temperature: 20 deg. C
200,000
4.0
Year
100,000
3.0
10
70,000
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
200 300
24 A
105
Discharge duration time (h)
10
50 70 100
Discharge current ( A)
1.2mA
10
2.0
120 A
1.2mA
10
102
103
104
24 A
105
106
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: –40 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
2
10,000
7,000
5,000
2.0
7
5
50,000
4
3
20 deg. C
20,000
2
60 deg. C
10,000
1
7,000
5,000
0.5
3.0
2,000
20
30
50
70
100
200
300
500
Discharge current ( A)
2.0
1.2mA
10
102
120 A
103
104
24 A
105
Storage Characteristics
106
Discharge duration time (h)
Discharge current: 1.2mA Temperature: 20 deg. C
Temperature: 60 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
4.0
Voltage (V)
7
5
4
3
20 deg. C
3.0
3.0
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
Initial
1.0
2.0
1.2mA
10
102
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
1 20 A
103
104
Discharge duration time (h)
105
0
106
0
1000
2000
Discharge duration time (h)
5
3000
ER
ER6
Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery
(2000mAh)
Discharge Characteristics
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
100,000
10
7 Year
50,000
3.0
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
70,000
2.0
1mA
1
102
10
103
100µA
20µA
104
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: –40 deg. C
4.0
5
4
3
20,000
20 deg. C
2
60 deg. C
10,000
1
7,000
5,000
0.5
Voltage (V)
2,000
3.0
1,000
20
30
50
70
100
200
300
500
Discharge current (µA)
2.0
1mA
1
102
10
100µA
103
20µA
104
Storage Characteristics
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: 60 deg. C
Discharge current: 1mA Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
Voltage (V)
4.0
3.0
3.0
Initial
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
1.0
2.0
1mA
1
102
10
103
100µA
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
104
0
105
Discharge duration time (h)
ER6C
0
800
1600
2400
Discharge duration time (h)
(1800mAh)
Discharge Characteristics
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Temperature: 20 deg. C
100,000
10
7
50,000
3.0
2.0
1mA
1
10
102
103
Discharge duration time (h)
100 µ A
104
20 µ A
105
Temperature: –40 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
Year
70,000
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
4.0
5
4
3
20,000
20 deg. C
2
60 deg. C
10,000
1
7,000
5,000
0.5
2,000
3.0
1,000
20
30
50
70
100
200
300
500
Discharge current (µA)
2.0
100 µA
1mA
1
10
102
103
104
20 µ A
Storage Characteristics
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: 60 deg. C
Voltage (V)
Voltage (V)
Discharge current: 1mA Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
4.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
Initial
1.0
2.0
1mA
1
10
102
103
Discharge duration time (h)
100 µ A
104
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
0
105
0
800
1600
Discharge duration time (h)
6
2400
LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE BATTERY
ER17/33
(1600mAh)
Discharge Characteristics
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Temperature: 20 deg. C
10
7
70,000
50,000
3.0
2.0
800 A
1
102
10
80 A
103
104
16 A
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: –40 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
Year
100,000
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
4.0
5
4
3
20,000
10,000
1
7,000
60 deg. C
5,000
0.5
2,000
3.0
1,000
20
30
50
70
100
200
300
500
Discharge current ( A)
2.0
800 A
1
102
10
80 A
103
104
16 A
Storage Characteristics
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: 60 deg. C
Discharge current: 800µA Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
4.0
Voltage (V)
2
20 deg. C
3.0
3.0
Initial
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
1.0
2.0
800 A
1
102
10
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
80 A
103
104
0
105
Discharge duration time (h)
ER3
0
800
1600
2400
Discharge duration time (h)
(1100mAh)
Discharge Characteristics
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Temperature: 20 deg. C
100,000
3.0
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
4.0
2.0
400µA
1
102
10
40µA
103
104
8µA
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: –40 deg. C
Voltage (V)
4.0
70,000
10
7 Year
50,000
5
4
2
20 deg. C
10,000
1
7,000
5,000
0.5
60 deg. C
2,000
3.0
1,000
8
10
30
50
100
200 300
500
Discharge current (µA)
2.0
400µA
1
102
10
40µA
103
104
8µA
105
Storage Characteristics
106
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: 60 deg. C
Discharge current: 400µA Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
4.0
3.0
Voltage (V)
Voltage (V)
3
20,000
3.0
2.0
400µA
1
10
102
103
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
1.0
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
40µA
104
Initial
0
105
Discharge duration time (h)
0
1000
2000
Discharge duration time (h)
7
3000
ER
ER3S
Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery
(790mAh)
Relationship between Discharge Current and Duration Time
Discharge Characteristics
Temperature: 20 deg. C
100,000
3.0
Discharge duration time (h)
Voltage (V)
4.0
2.0
400µA
1
10
102
103
40µA
104
8µA
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: –40 deg. C
Voltage (V)
4.0
70,000
10
7 Year
50,000
5
4
2
20 deg. C
10,000
1
7,000
60 deg. C
5,000
0.5
2,000
3.0
1,000
8 10
30
50
70 100
200 300
500
Discharge current (µA)
2.0
400µA
1
10
102
40µA
103
104
8µA
Storage Characteristics
105
Discharge duration time (h)
Temperature: 60 deg. C
Discharge current: 400µA Temperature: 20 deg. C
4.0
Voltage (V)
4.0
Voltage (V)
3
20,000
3.0
3.0
After stored for 200 days at 60 deg. C*
2.0
Initial
1.0
2.0
400µA
1
10
102
103
(*Equivalent to storage at 20 deg. C for 10 years)
40µA
104
0
105
Discharge duration time (h)
0
800
1600
Discharge duration time (h)
8
2400
With Terminals and Wire Connectors
LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE BATTERY
External Dimensions (unit : mm)
0.25
0.75
0.75
0.75
(–)
6.5
6.5
7.5
ER6C WKP
8.5
11.5
ER6C #2 PC(2)
ø14.5
44.5
6.0
1(+)
2(–)
15.2
0.25
52
(51)
53.0
(+)1
(–)2
Plastic cap
Insulation sleeve
45.0
(+)
Loop
Hook
3.5
ø0.63
7.5
100
18
57.3
(53.5)
54.7
ø14.5
47.6
(52.6)
ø17
(–)
ER6K-#17
ø0.63
7.5
(+)
0.25
53.8
47.7
ø18
ø0.63
6.5
(+)
(53.6)
53.8
6
47.7
ER6 #2 PC
ER17/50 #2 PC
ø0.63
ER18/50 #2 PC
ø14.5
100
0.75
(–)
Housing: XHP-2 (JST)
Contact:
SXH-001GH-P0.6 (JST)
Lead wire: AWG26
Housing: HNC-2.5S-2 (Hirose)
Contact:
HNC-2.5S-C-B(0.3) (Hirose)
Lead wire: AWG26
ER3 #2 PC
ER17/33 WKP
ER3 WKP
1(–)
2(+)
ø0.63
5.2
(+)
11.5
8.5
7.5
100
(+)
(+)
3.5
6.0
ø14.5
31.0
(29.9)
Insulation sleeve
ø17
24
ø17
31.1
36
30
(35)
36.2
30.1
1(+)
2(–)
24.6
6.5
ø0.63
8.5
Plastic cap
55
ER17/33 #2 PC
7.5
0.25
(–)
(–)
MAX17
0.75
0.75
(–)
6.5
Housing: HNC2-2.5S-2 (Hirose)
Contact:
HNC-2.5S-C-B(03) (Hirose)
Lead wire: AWG26
ER3S WKP
Housing: IL-2S-S3L-(N) (JAE)
Contact:
IL-C2-1-1000 (JAE)
Lead wire: AWG24
7.5
ER3SR #12
7.5
3.5
(+)
ø16.4
28
6.0
POS 2(+)
POS 1(–)
21.9
29.3
(26)
ø14.5
63
0.25
MAX17.0
7.5
ø14.9
(–)
0.75
28.5
21.3
(+)
90
ø0.63
8.5
11.5
2(+)
1(–)
ER3S #2 PC
ø14.9
0.25
MAX18.2
Housing:
Contact:
Lead wire:
Housing: IL-S-2S-S2C2- S
Contact:
IL-S-C2-1-10000
Lead wire: AWG26
9
2695-02RP
2759 GS
UL1007 AWG26
: Tin plating
: Horizontal & Through hole Type
: Wire connector Type
Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.
2-18-2, Iidabashi,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
102-8521 Japan
Tel: (+81) 3-3515-8249
Fax: (+81) 3-3515-8305
Visit our website at: www.maxell.com
NORTH AMERICA / SOUTH AMERICA
Maxell Latin America
Maxell Corporation of America
Plaza Btesh - Calle 50, Panama City,
Main Office:
Panama
22-08, Route 208 Fair Lawn, NJ
Tel: (+507) 269-6737
07410, U.S.A.
Fax: (+507) 263-4413
Tel: (+1) 201-794-5900
E-mail: maxell@ciabtesh.com
Fax: (+1) 201-796-8790
Canada Branch:
50 Locke Street, Unit #2, Concord,
Ontario L4K 5R4, Canada
Tel: (+1) 905-669-8107
Fax: (+1) 905-669-8108
E-mail: support@maxellcanada.com
EUROPE
Maxell Europe Ltd.
European Headquarters:
Multimedia House, High Street,
Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire,
WD3 1HR, United Kingdom
Tel: (+44) 1923 33 1000
Fax: (+44) 1923 33 1010
E-mail: hq@maxell.eu.com
UK Sales Office:
Multimedia House, High Street,
Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire,
WD3 1HR, United Kingdom
Tel: (+44) 1923 49 4400
Fax: (+44) 1923 49 4410
E-mail: sales@maxell.eu.com
Maxell Deutschland GmbH
Mollsfeld 2, 40670 Meerbusch,
Germany
Tel: (+49) 2159-913-0
Fax: (+49) 2159-913-150
E-mail: mdg@maxell.eu.com
Maxell (France) S.A.
BP 97091 Saint Ouen L'Aumone,
95 052 Cergy-Pontoise Cedex, France
Tel: (+33) 1 34 24 88 11
Fax: (+33) 1 30 73 56 77
E-mail: mfr@maxell.fr
Maxell Italia S.p.A.
Via Dante 2, 21100 Varese, Italy
Tel: (+39) 0332-240-934
Fax: (+39) 0332-240-950
E-mail: info@maxell-italia.it
Maxell Hungary Kft.
H-1097 Budapest, Mariassy utca 7,
Hungary
Tel: (+36) 1 464 3800
Fax: (+36) 1 464 3801
E-mail: mhu@maxell.eu.com
ASIA
Maxell Asia, Ltd.
Main Office:
506, World Commerce Centre,
Harbour City, Phase 1,
Canton Road, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
Tel: (+852) 2730 9243
Fax: (+852) 2735 6250
E-mail: maxell@maxell.com.hk
Vietnam Office:
Suite 15, Mezzanine Floor,
Sun Wah Tower, 115 Nguyen Hue
Boulevard, District 1,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: (+84) 8-821-9183
Fax: (+84) 8-821-9181
E-mail: maxellvn@saigonnet.vn
Maxell (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd.
Main Office:
PLAZA 336, Room No.1801, 18th Floor,
No.336, Xi Zang Middle Road, Huang Pu
District, Shanghai 200001, China
Tel: (+86) 21-3330-3377
Fax: (+86) 21-3330-4001
E-mail: maxell@maxell.net.cn
Beijing Office
Room 905, C Wantong Tower, No.6
Chaowai Road, Chaoyang District 100020,
Beijing, China
Tel: (+86) 10-5907-0016
Fax: (+86) 10-5907-0017
E-mail: maxellbj@public.bta.net.cn
Catalog contents accurate as of September, 2008.
Data and dimensions are just reference values.
Contents on this catalog are subject to change without notice.
Committed to the highest quality assurance management standards as well as responsibility to the environment,
Maxell's Batteries production facilities are accredited with both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications.
Maxell Taiwan, Ltd.
14F, No.111, Sung Chiang Road,
Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: (+886) 2-2516-5553
Fax: (+886) 2-2516-4804
E-mail: maxell@maxell.com.tw
Maxell Asia (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Main Office:
10 Anson Road, #25-06,
International Plaza, Singapore 079903
Tel: (+65) 6220-9291
Fax: (+65) 6220-6070
E-mail: sales@maxell.com.sg
Chennai Office:
DBS Office Business Center, 31A,
Cathedral Garden Road, Near
Palmgrove Hotel, Chennai-600 034,
Tamil Nadu, India
Tel: (+91) 44-5264-9495
Fax: (+91) 44-5264-9495
E-mail: maxellchennai@touchtelindia.net
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