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Primary
Alkaline
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Lithium Cylindrical
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Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
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Zinc Air
Flashlights
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Index of Active Battery Types
Index of Active Battery Types
Click on a battery number to be taken to a characteristics summary table.
Battery
Number
Chemical System
1209
Carbon Zinc
1212
Carbon Zinc
1215
Carbon Zinc
1222
Carbon Zinc
1235
Carbon Zinc
1250
Carbon Zinc
186
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
189
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
191
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
192
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
193
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
206
Carbon Zinc
246
Carbon Zinc
266
Carbon Zinc
276
Carbon Zinc
2L76
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
3-0316
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-0316i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-0316inn
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-0411
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-0411i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-312
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
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Index of Active Battery Types
3-312I
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-315
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-315i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-315inn
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-315iwc
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-315wc
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-335
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-335i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-335inn
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-335wc
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-350
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-350i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-350inn
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-350iwc
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-350wc
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-361
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
3-361i
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
301
Silver Oxide Zinc
303
Silver Oxide Zinc
309
Silver Oxide Zinc
315
Silver Oxide Zinc
317
Silver Oxide Zinc
319
Silver Oxide Zinc
321
Silver Oxide Zinc
329
Silver Oxide Zinc
333
Silver Oxide Zinc
335
Silver Oxide Zinc
337
Silver Oxide Zinc
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Index of Active Battery Types
339
Silver Oxide Zinc
341
Silver Oxide Zinc
344
Silver Oxide Zinc
346
Silver Oxide Zinc
350
Silver Oxide Zinc
357
Silver Oxide Zinc
361
Silver Oxide Zinc
362
Silver Oxide Zinc
364
Silver Oxide Zinc
365
Silver Oxide Zinc
366
Silver Oxide Zinc
370
Silver Oxide Zinc
371
Silver Oxide Zinc
373
Silver Oxide Zinc
376
Silver Oxide Zinc
377
Silver Oxide Zinc
379
Silver Oxide Zinc
381
Silver Oxide Zinc
384
Silver Oxide Zinc
386
Silver Oxide Zinc
387S
Silver Oxide Zinc
389
Silver Oxide Zinc
390
Silver Oxide Zinc
391
Silver Oxide Zinc
392
Silver Oxide Zinc
393
Silver Oxide Zinc
394
Silver Oxide Zinc
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Index of Active Battery Types
395
Silver Oxide Zinc
396
Silver Oxide Zinc
397
Silver Oxide Zinc
399
Silver Oxide Zinc
411
Carbon Zinc
412
Carbon Zinc
413
Carbon Zinc
415
Carbon Zinc
416
Carbon Zinc
455
Carbon Zinc
467
Carbon Zinc
489
Carbon Zinc
493
Carbon Zinc
497
Carbon Zinc
504
Carbon Zinc
505
Carbon Zinc
510S
Carbon Zinc
521
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
522
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
528
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
529
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
539
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
711
Carbon Zinc
732
Carbon Zinc
763
Carbon Zinc
A23
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
A27
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
A522
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
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Index of Active Battery Types
A544
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
A76
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
A91
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
A92
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
A93
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
A95
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
AC312
Alkaline Zinc Air
AC13
Alkaline Zinc Air
AC146X
Alkaline Zinc Air
AC10/230
Alkaline Zinc Air
AC5
Alkaline Zinc Air
AC675
Alkaline Zinc Air
ACP5036
Alkaline
ACP5136
Alkaline
ACP7160
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
CCM5060
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CCM5260
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CM1060H
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CM1360
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
CM2560
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
CM6136
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CV3010
Sealed Lead Acid
CV3012
Sealed Lead Acid
CV3112
Sealed Lead Acid
CP3036
Lithium Ion
CP3136
Lithium Ion
CP3336
Lithium Ion
CP5136
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
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Index of Active Battery Types
CP5648
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CP5748
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CP8049
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CP8248
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CP8648
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CPV5136
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
CR1025
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
CR1216
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR1220
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR1225
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR1616
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR1620
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR1632
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2012
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2016
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2025
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2032
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2320
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2430
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CR2450
Lithium Manganese Dioxde (Li/MnO2)
CRV3
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
CXL-1000
Litium Ion
E11A
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
E625G
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
E90
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
E91
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
E92
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
E93
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
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Index of Active Battery Types
E95
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
E96
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EDL4A
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EDL4AS
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EDL6A
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EL123AP
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
EL1CR2
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
EL223AP
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
EL2CR5
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
EN22
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN529
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN539
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN6
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN640A
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
EN715
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN90
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN91
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN92
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN93
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EN95
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
EPX76
Silver Oxide Zinc
ER-C510
Lithium Ion
ER-C580
Lithium Ion
ER-C630
Lithium Ion
ERC5160
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERC520
Lithium Ion
ERC525
Lithium Ion
ERC530
Lithium Ion
ERC545
Lithium Ion
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Index of Active Battery Types
ERC560
Lithium Ion
ERC570
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERC580
Lithium Ion
ERC590
Lithium Ion
ERC600
Lithium Ion
ERC610
Lithium Ion
ERC620
Lithium Ion
ERC630
Lithium Ion
ERC640
Lithium Ion
ERC650
Lithium Ion
ERC660
Lithium Ion
ERC670
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERC680
Lithium Ion
ERC700
Lithium Ion
ERD100
Lithium Ion
ERD110
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERD200
Lithium Ion
ERD300
Lithium Ion
ERP107
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP110
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP240
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP268
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP275
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
ERP290
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP450
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP506
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP509
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP730
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
ERP9116
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
ERW120
Lithium Ion
ERW210
Lithium Ion
ERW220
Lithium Ion
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Index of Active Battery Types
ERW230
Lithium Ion
ERW240
Lithium Ion
ERW305
Lithium Ion
ERW310
Lithium Ion
ERW320
Lithium Ion
ERW400
Lithium Ion
ERW500
Lithium Ion
ERW510
Lithium Ion
ERW520
Lithium Ion
ERW530
Lithium Ion
ERW600
Lithium Ion
ERW610
Lithium Ion
ERW700
Lithium Ion
ERW720
Lithium Ion
ERW800
Lithium Ion
EV115
Carbon Zinc
EV122
Carbon Zinc
EV131
Carbon Zinc
EV135
Carbon Zinc
EV150
Carbon Zinc
HS14196
Carbon Zinc
L522
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
L544
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2 )
L91
Lithium Iron Disulfide (L91)
NH12
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
NH15
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
NH22
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
NH35
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
NH50
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
P2312
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
P2322M
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
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Index of Active Battery Types
P2331
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3201
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3301
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3302
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3303
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3306
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P3391
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P5256
Lead Acid
P7300
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7301
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7302
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7310
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7320
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7330
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7340
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7350
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7360
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7400
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P7501
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
P8400
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh)
X522
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
X91
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
X92
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
X93
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
X95
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
* Suggested replacement specifications may differ from discontinued type.
Please refer to datasheets for exact details.
All dimensions are in millimeters.
Name
Voltage
Chemistry
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g.)
Diameter
(max.)
Height
(max
mm)
Length
(max
mm)
Width
(max
mm)
164
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
0.36
6.80
2.15
N/A
N/A
201
1.5
Silver Oxide
N/A
N/A
1.5
11.6
3.3
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
216
9.0
Carbon Zinc
1604
6F22
36
N/A
48.5
26.4
17.5
1222
226
9.0
Carbon Zinc
1600
6F24
45
25.4
49.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
228
12
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
65.2
25.4
61.9
N/A
N/A
Eight No.E96
in series.
311
1.55
Silver Oxide
N/A
SR910SW
0.32
9.5
1.05
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
313
1.35
Mercuric
Oxide
1152M
MR44
2.60
11.6
5.35
N/A
N/A
314
1.55
Silver Oxide
N/A
SR716W
0.35
7.9
1.65
N/A
N/A
323
1.35
Mercuric
Oxide
1156M
MR48
.1.40
7.90
5.35
N/A
N/A
325
1.35
Mercuric
Oxide
1155M
MR41
0.9
7.90
3.65
N/A
N/A
333CZ
4.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
25.5
16.81
49.91
N/A
N/A
343
1.35
Mercuric
Oxide
1154M
MR42
1.70
11.6
3.50
N/A
N/A
354
1.35
Mercuric
Oxide
1153M
MR43
2.0
11.6
4.15
N/A
N/A
355
1.5
Silver Oxide
N/A
N/A
3.69
15.5
4.85
N/A
N/A
387
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1151M
MR42
1.40
11.6
3.60
N/A
N/A
388
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1157M
N/A
1.10
8.85
3.30
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
417
15
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
51
N/A
39.7
33.3
24.6
Two No. 411
in parallel
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Suggested
Replacement
364
1.55V
357
1.55V
315
309
1.55V
384
1.55V
Three No.EN1A
in series.
344
1.55V
301
1.55V
No
Replacement
387S
1.55V
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
No
Replacement
420
22.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
70.9
N/A
55.6
33.3
24.6
457
67.5
Carbon Zinc
203
45F30
227
N/A
63.5
71.4
35.4
460
45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
150
N/A
61.1
48.0
34.9
477
63
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
244
N/A
138
48.8
27.0
479
90
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
340
N/A
190
48.8
27.0
Two No.455
in series.
482
45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
851
N/A
139
91.3
46.8
Three No.455
in parallel. Snap
terminals.
484
45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.42 kg
N/A
135
100
64.3
Five No.455
in parallel.
487
22.5, 45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.87 kg
N/A
184
130
52.4
Two No.763
in series.
490
90
Carbon Zinc
204
60F40
460
N/A
94.1
94.5
34.9
Two No. 455
in series
467
94.1 Ht.
455
467 67.5V, 95Ht.
71 L., 35 W.
491
240
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
369
N/A
114
65.9
33.3
Eight No. 413
in series. Or
Five No. 415
in series
496
450
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
2.38 kg
N/A
127
172
76.2
No
Replacement
509
6
Carbon Zinc
908
4R25
593
N/A
112
66.7
66.7
1209
510F
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
567
N/A
112
66.7
66.7
520
6.0
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
1.13 kg
N/A
67.5
141
118
521 125.4 Ht
523
4.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
33.2
16.8
49.9
N/A
N/A
EN133A
531
4.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
35.4
16.8
58.2
N/A
N/A
532
3.0
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
22.7
16.9
42.4
N/A
N/A
537
6.0
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
14.2
13.0
25.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
538
4.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
12.8
N/A
11.4
40.6
17.0
No
Replacement
510S w/
Screw Terminals
136.5L, 73W.
EN133A
Flat Contact
EN132A 33.4Ht
Flat contact
544
6.2
Silver Oxide
1406SOP
4SR44
14.2
12.95
25.15
N/A
N/A
A544
150mAh
L544
190mAh
560
7.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
709
N/A
182
67.5
38.9
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
561
15
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
2.72 kg
N/A
149
211
71.4
No
Replacement
563
4.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
425
34.5
182
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
564
13.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
2.5 kg
N/A
149
211
71.4
No
Replacement
565
6.0
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
1.13 kg
N/A
136
70.6
70.6
No
Replacement
646
69
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.45 kg
N/A
205
65.1
54.0
Three No. 467
in parallel. 67.5V
703
4.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
142
N/A
63.5
61.9
21.4
Three No. 1215
in series
706
6.0
Carbon Zinc
902
4R25-4
2.68 kg
N/A
163.5
219.1
71.4
Four No. 510S
in parallel
714
4.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
383
N/A
95.3
101
34.1
No
Replacement
715
7.5
Carbon Zinc
903
5R25-4
3.46 kg
N/A
163.5
184.2
103.2
716
9.0
Carbon Zinc
904
6R25-4
3.8 kg
N/A
163.5
217.9
103.2
No
Replacement
717
7.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
227
N/A
77.0
54.8
49.2
No
Replacement
724
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
70.9
N/A
59.5
31.0
31.0
Four No.1215
in parallel
731
6.0
Carbon Zinc
918
4R25-2
1.25 kg
N/A
125.4
136.5
73
EV131
735
1.5
Carbon Zinc
900
R25-4
653
N/A
109.5
66.7
66.7
736
4.5
Carbon Zinc
3
3R25
455
N/A
101.6
100.1
33.3
No
Replacement
738
22.5, 45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
539
N/A
105.0
76.2
58.7
HS14196
742
1.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
624
N/A
97.6
66.7
66.7
744
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
624
N/A
97.6
66.7
66.7
510S
750
3.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
56.7
N/A
54.0
31.0
15.9
Two No. 1215
in series
762S
22.5, 45
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.25 kg
N/A
138.0
104
65.1
No
Replacement
773
1.5,3.0,
4.5,6.0
7.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
255
N/A
76.2
99.2
21.4
No
Replacement
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EN715
97 Ht.
EN6
Cylindrical with
66.7 Dia., 170 Ht
EN6
Cylindrical with
66.7 Dia., 170 Ht
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
778
3.0,4.5
6.0,9.0,
10.5,16.5,
22.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
567
N/A
79.4
102
61.9
No
Replacement
781
4.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
142
N/A
76.2
61.9
21.4
No
Replacement
812
1.5
Carbon Zinc
AAA
N/A
8.5
10.3
44.5
N/A
N/A
1212
815
1.5
Carbon Zinc
AA
N/A
17
14.3
50.0
N/A
N/A
1215
835
1.5
Carbon Zinc
C
N/A
39.7
26.2
49.2
N/A
N/A
1235
850
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
93.6
34.1
61.1
N/A
N/A
1250
904
1.5
Carbon Zinc
N
N/A
6.24
11.3
30.0
N/A
N/A
E90
912
1.5
Carbon Zinc
AAA
N/A
8.5
10.3
44.5
N/A
N/A
1212
915
1.5
Carbon Zinc
AA
N/A
14.8
14.3
50.0
N/A
N/A
1215
935
1.5
Carbon Zinc
14F
R14
41
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
1235
950
1.5
Carbon Zinc
13F
R20
81
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
1250
1015
1.5
Carbon Zinc
15F
R6
15
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
1215
1035
1.5
Carbon Zinc
C
N/A
39.7
26.2
49.2
N/A
N/A
1235
1050
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
85.1
34.1
61.1
N/A
N/A
1250
1150
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
85.1
34.1
61.1
N/A
N/A
1250
1231
6.0
Carbon Zinc
918D
4R25-2
1.27 kg
N/A
125.4
136.5
73
521
1461
6.0
Carbon Zinc
907
4R25-4
2.68 kg
N/A
163.5
219.1
71.4
Four No. 510S
in parallel
1463
12
Carbon Zinc
922
8R25-2
2.66 kg
N/A
163.5
219.1
71.4
Two No. 732
in parallel
1562
7.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
5.1 kg
N/A
183
199
126.0
EN715
1862
12
Carbon Zinc
935
8R25-5
6.3 kg
N/A
171.5
214.3
133.4
No
Replacement
2356N
9.0
Carbon Zinc
1612
6F22-9
357
N/A
158.8
55.5
29.4
Nine No. 216
in parallel
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
2709N
9.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
70.9
N/A
119
35.7
18.7
No
Replacement
2744N
6.0
Carbon Zinc
920
4R25
632
N/A
97.6
66.7
66.7
see attached for
2745N
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
652
N/A
112
66.7
66.7
1209
2746N
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
652
N/A
110
66.7
66.7
510S
2780N
12
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.36 kg
N/A
112.7
136
72.2
No
Replacement
AC41E
1.4
Zinc Air
7001Z
PR43
1.4
11.6
4.20
N/A
N/A
CC1096
9.6
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
327
N/A
112.4
68.1
35.3
No
Replacement
CCM1460
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
148.6
N/A
89.7
46.0
19.1
No
Replacement
CCM2460
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
303.1
N/A
89.3
46.1
41.5
No
Replacement
CCM4060A
7.2
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
303.1
N/A
89.3
46.1
41.5
No
Replacement
CCM4060M
6.0
NiMH for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
332
N/A
89.2
46.5
46.2
No
Replacement
CDC100
N/A
NiCd/ NiMH
Charger
N/A
N/A
73.7
N/A
115.6
59.9
25.4
No
Replacement
CH12
1.2
Nickel
Cadmium
10024
KR11/45
9.5
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
NH12
CH15
1.2
Nickel
Cadmuim
10015
KR15/51
22.7
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
NH15
CH2AA
N/A
NiCd
Charger
N/A
N/A
368.3
N/A
100.1
47.5
31.5
No
Replacement
CH22
7.2
Nickel
Cadmuim
11604
6KR61
43
N/A
48.5
26.5
16.9
NH22
CH35
1.2
Nickel
Cadmuim
10014
KR27/50
54
26.2
50.0
N/A
N/A
NH35
CH4
1.2
Nickel
Cadmuim
10013HC
KR35/62
135
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CH50
1.2
Nickel
Cadmuim
10013
KR35/82
67
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
NH50
CM1060
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
157
N/A
90.0
47.1
22.8
No
Replacement
CM1560
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
170
N/A
89.3
45.9
18.7
No
Replacement
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510S
details
301
1.55V
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
CM2360
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
303.1
N/A
89.4
49.8
43.4
No
Replacement
CM4160
6.0
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
300
N/A
89.2
48.5
36.6
No
Replacement
CM6036
3.6
NiMH for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
181.7
N/A
71.4
55.6
19.8
No
Replacement
CM9072
7.2
Lithium Ion for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
97.8
N/A
70.6
38.4
20.3
No
Replacement
CM9172
7.2
Lithium Ion for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
98.0
N/A
70.1
38.2
20.2
No
Replacement
CP2360
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
101.6
56.1
20.1
No
Replacement
CP3336
3.6
Lithium Ion
N/A
N/A
47.5
N/A
52.8
46.0
14.0
N/A
CP3536
3.6
Lithium Ion for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
120
N/A
49.8
35.6
13.2
No
Replacement
CP3736
3.6
Lithium Ion for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
60.2
49.3
12.2
No
Replacement
CP5036
3.6
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
50
N/A
42.2
52.1
13.5
No
Replacement
CP5160
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
119
N/A
120.4
58.9
11.4
No
Replacement
CP5648
4.8
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
68
N/A
111.1
45.8
12.7
No
Replacement
CP5960
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
108.9
N/A
131.8
53.9
8.1
No
Replacement
CP6072
7.2
Lithium Ion for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
110
N/A
129.8
49.5
22.1
No
Replacement
CP6172
7.2
Lithium Ion for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
110
N/A
128.5
48.0
21.6
No
Replacement
CP7049
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
120.2
N/A
119.6
52.6
17.1
No
Replacement
CP7072
7.2
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
170
N/A
167.1
38.1
18.2
No
Replacement
CP7148
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
113.2
N/A
78.0
45.7
17.0
No
Replacement
CP7149
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
94.3
N/A
81.3
56.9
17.5
No
Replacement
CP7160
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
151.1
N/A
120.9
58.9
19.3
No
Replacement
CP7172
7.2
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
162
N/A
166.6
38.9
18.3
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
CP7248
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
93
N/A
101.6
29.3
15.1
No
Replacement
CP7261
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
135
N/A
94.5
54.9
17.8
No
Replacement
CP7348
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
117
N/A
113.0
55.1
17.5
No
Replacement
CP7548
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
107
N/A
110.8
35.3
17.3
No
Replacement
CP7661
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
142
N/A
111.3
46.0
21.6
No
Replacement
CP7960
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
146
N/A
133.4
54.1
17.0
No
Replacement
CP8049
4.8
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
119.9
52.6
15.8
No
Replacement
CP8136
3.6
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
89
N/A
75.6
46.9
15.5
No
Replacement
CP8160
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
167.3
N/A
120.9
59.0
19.3
No
Replacement
CP8172
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
195.2
N/A
166.6
38.9
18.3
No
Replacement
CP8248
4.8
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
133
N/A
101.6
19.3
15.1
No
Replacement
CP8661
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
154
N/A
110.7
45.4
18.5
No
Replacement
CP8748
4.8
NiMH for
CellularNiMH
for Cellular
N/A
N/A
121.0
N/A
120.7
35.1
20.3
No
Replacement
CP8948
4.8
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
123.0
N/A
116.7
39.2
17.7
No
Replacement
CP8960
6.0
NiMH for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
156.0
N/A
133.4
54.1
17.0
No
Replacement
CP9061
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
158
N/A
108.7
54.6
21.8
No
Replacement
CP9148
4.8
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
128.3
N/A
77.5
50.5
19.3
No
Replacement
CP9161
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
156.2
N/A
99.8
54.1
20.8
No
Replacement
CP9360
6.0
NiCd for
Cellular
N/A
N/A
168
N/A
99.3
56.1
23.1
CP2360
CS3336
8.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS5036
4.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
91
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
CS5460
8.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7048
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
131.3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7072
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
113.3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7148
4.8
N/A
N/A
N/A
111.3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7149
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
93.1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7160
6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
141.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7248
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7261
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
123
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7348
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
122.3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7448
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
98
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7548
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
85.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS7661
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
102.4
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS8136
8.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
88
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS8648
8.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS9061
6.0
N/A
N/A
N/A
115
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS9148
5.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
91.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
CS9161
6.5
N/A
N/A
N/A
89.4
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CV2012
12
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
595.5
N/A
155.7
72.2
50.1
No
Replacement
CV2096
9.6
NiCd for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
459.9
N/A
112.4
66.5
49.7
No
Replacement
CV3010S
10
Lead Acid for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
567
N/A
120.6
73.4
35.4
No
Replacement
CV3012
12
Lead Acid for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
681.8
N/A
182.12
61.7
23.9
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
CV3060
6.0
Lead Acid for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
387.3
N/A
146.4
58.0
34.7
No
Replacement
CV3112
12
Lead Acid for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
500
N/A
144.5
66.0
23.9
No
Replacement
CV3212
12
Lead Acid for
Camcorder
N/A
N/A
818.2
N/A
151.6
65.0
26.9
No
Replacement
E1
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1100M
NR50
13.5
16.0
16.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E1N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1109M
MR50
14.3
16.0
16.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E3
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
M60
MR17
28.4
25.0
16.8
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E4
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1112M
MR19
41.0
30.4
16.7
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E9
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
15M
NR6
31
14.2
50.5
N/A
N/A
E91 or L91
E12
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
M70
N/A
40.0
15.9
49.9
N/A
N/A
E91 1.5V
14.5 D, 50.5Ht.
E12N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
M70
N/A
40.0
15.9
49.9
N/A
N/A
E91 1.5V
14.5 D, 50.5Ht.
E13E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1180M
NR48
1.1
7.8
5.35
N/A
N/A
AC13
E41E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1182M
NR43
2.0
11.6
4.20
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E42
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
167
30.4
60.7
N/A
N/A
E95 1.5V
34.2 D, 61.5 Ht.
E42N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
167
30.4
60.7
N/A
N/A
E95 1.5V
34.2 D, 61.5 Ht.
E89
1.5
Mercuric
Oxide
1182M
NR43
2.0
11.6
4.20
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E115
7.0
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
20.0
17.0
33.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E115N
6.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
20.0
16.8
33.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E126
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
46.8
18.5
50.8
N/A
N/A
206
E132
2.8
Mercuric
Oxide
1200M
2NR50
28
17.0
33.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E132N
2.7
Mercuric
Oxide
1203M
2MR50
30
17.0
33.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E133
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
1306M
3NR50
42
17.0
50.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
E133N
4.1
Mercuric
Oxide
1314M
3MR50
45
17.0
50.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E134
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
1408M
4NR50
56
17.0
66.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E134N
5.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1409M
4MR50
60
17.0
66.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E135
7.0
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
67.2
16.8
82.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E135N
6.8
Mercuric
Oxide
1505M
5MR50
74
17.0
83.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E136
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1615M
6NR50
85
17.0
100
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E137
9.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
94.7
16.8
115
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E137N
9.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
94.7
16.8
115
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E146X
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1604M
N/A
55
N/A
44.5
26.2
16.8
AC146X
E152
2.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
11.3
12.3
28.9
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E163
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
25.5
16.8
33.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E164
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
1404M
4NR52
36
17.0
44.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E164N
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
36
17.0
44.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E165
7.0
Mercuric
Oxide
1500M
5NR52
45
17.0
56.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E169
12.6
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
76.5
16.8
102
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E177
9.8
Mercuric
Oxide
1606M
7NR44
24.1
13.9
48.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E233
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
89.3
26.0
50.6
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E233N
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
89.3
26.0
50.6
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E235N
6.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
149
25.8
84.1
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E236N
8.1
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
179
25.8
99.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E286
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
77
25.4
49.3
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
E289
12.6
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
102
25.4
61.1
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E312E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1178M
NR41
0.9
7.9
3.60
N/A
N/A
AC312
E340E
1.5
Carbon Zinc
N
N/A
6.24
11.3
29.9
N/A
N/A
E90
E400
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
M10
MR08
1.42
11.6
3.43
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E400N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1116M
MR42
1.40
11.6
3.60
N/A
N/A
387S
E401E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
910M
NR1
13
12.0
29.0
N/A
N/A
E90
E401N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1117M
MR1
13
12.0
29.0
N/A
N/A
E90
E450
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
51
11.6
14.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E502
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
29
13.7
49.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E601
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
22
15.9
29.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E625
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1123M
MR9
4.20
15.6
6.05
N/A
N/A
E630
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
M20
MR9
4.8
15.6
6.05
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E640
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1105M
NR52
7.94
15.9
11.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E640N
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
M30
7.94
15.9
11.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E675E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1127M
NR44
2.60
11.6
5.35
N/A
N/A
AC675
E302157
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
383
N/A
108
63.5
34.9
No
Replacement
E302250
9.5
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
28.4
17.5
48.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302358
10.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
36.9
19.1
55.6
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302435
6.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
21.3
17.5
38.1
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302462
97.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
907
N/A
163
71.4
38.9
No
Replacement
E302465
47.3
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
482
54
95.3
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
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1.55V
1.5V
1.5V
E625G
1.5V
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
E302478
9.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
255
31.8
92.1
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302642
7.0
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
170
32.5
66.7
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302651
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
174
33.3
61.9
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302702
2.7
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
56.7
28.6
41.3
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302904
5.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
170
34.1
74.6
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302905
6.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
255
34.1
90.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E302908
10.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
340
34.1
141
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E303145
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
265
N/A
113
55.6
21.4
No
Replacement
E303236
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
36.3
16.0
49.0
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E303314
16.8
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
363
N/A
33.5
72.4
71.4
No
Replacement
E303394
11.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
397
N/A
57.9
63.5
44.5
No
Replacement
E303496
4.2
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
24.7
16.6
33.8
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
E303996
8.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1619M
N/A
55
N/A
44.7
26.5
17.00
No
Replacement
EA6
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
964
66.7
168
N/A
N/A
EN6
EA6F
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
964
66.7
172
N/A
N/A
EN6 w/
Screw Terminal
EA6FT
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
964
66.7
172
N/A
N/A
EN6 w/
Screw Terminal
EA6ST
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
964
66.7
168
N/A
N/A
EN6 w/
Screw Terminal
EN1A
1.5
Button
1100A
LR50
8.3
15.8
16.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN132A
3.0
Button Stack
1200A
2LR50
18
17.1
33.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN133A
4.5
Button Stack
1306A
3LR50
27
17.1
49.9
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN134A
6.0
Button Stack
1409A
4LR50
36
17.1
66.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
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Index of Discontinued Battery Types
EN135A
7.5
Button Stack
1505A
5LR50
45
17.1
83.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN136A
9.0
Button Stack
1615A
6LR50
54
17.1
99.8
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN164A
6.0
Button Stack
1404A
4LR52
25.5
17.1
44.9
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN165A
7.5
Button Stack
1500A
5LR52
31.5
17.1
56.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN175A
7.5
Button Stack
1501A
5LR44
9.5
12.7
27.7
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN177A
10.5
Button Stack
1606A
7LR44
14
13.0
47.2
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EN640A
1.5
Button
1126A
LR52
6
15.8
11.1
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EP175
7.0
Mercuric
Oxide
1501MD
5NR44
11.9
12.6
27.8
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EP401E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1118M
NR1
13
12.0
29.3
N/A
N/A
EP675E
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1127MD
NR44
2.60
11.6
5.35
N/A
N/A
AC675
EPX1
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1110MP
MR50
14.3
16.0
16.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX4
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
N/A
N/A
34
16.8
49.9
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX13
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1114MP
MR9
4.20
15.6
6.05
N/A
N/A
EPX14
2.7
Mercuric
Oxide
1201MP
2MR9
8.50
16.9
15.4
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX23
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
1407MP
4NR43
7.80
15.25
20.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX25
4.1
Mercuric
Oxide
1311MP
3MR9
15.0
16.8
21.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX27
5.6
Mercuric
Oxide
1413MP
4NR43
7.70
12.7
20.5
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX29
4.1
Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
7.25
12.1
7.25
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX30
3.0
Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
14.3
24.4
12.3
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EPX625
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1124MP
MR9
4.20
15.6
6.05
N/A
N/A
EPX640
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1126MP
MR52
8.50
16.0
11.2
N/A
N/A
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E90
1.5V
E625G
1.5V
E625G
1.5V
No
Replacement
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
EPX675
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
1128MP
MR44
2.60
11.6
5.35
N/A
N/A
EPX825
5.6
Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
6.93
22.9
5.79
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
EV6
1.5
Carbon Zinc
905
R40
710
66.8
170.7
N/A
N/A
EN6
EV9
1.4
Mercuric
Oxide
15M
NR6
31
14.2
50.5
N/A
N/A
E91 or L91
EV10S
6.0
Carbon Zinc
915
4R25
632
N/A
109.5
66.7
66.7
510S
EV15
1.5
Carbon Zinc
15C
LR6
15
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
EV115
EV22
9.0
Carbon Zinc
1604D
6F22
36
N/A
48.5
26.4
17.5
EV122
EV31
6.0
Carbon Zinc
918
4R25-2
1.25 kg
N/A
125.4
136.5
73
EV131
EV35
1.5
Carbon Zinc
14C
R14
41
26.2
49.8
N/A
N/A
EV135
EV50
1.5
Carbon Zinc
13C
R20
81
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
EV150
EV90
6.0
Carbon Zinc
908C
4R25
625
N/A
112
66
N/A
EV190
EV90HP
6.0
Carbon Zinc
908C
4R25
625
N/A
112
66
N/A
EV190
FCC2
N/A
Nickel
Cadmium
N/A
N/A
368.3
N/A
100.1
47.5
31.5
N/A
HS6
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
907
66.7
168
N/A
N/A
EN6
HS10S
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
652
N/A
110
66.7
66.7
510S
HS15
1.5
Carbon Zinc
AA
N/A
14.8
14.3
50.0
N/A
N/A
EV15
HS31
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
1.47 kg
N/A
125
136.0
72.2
521
HS35
1.5
Carbon Zinc
C
N/A
41.0
26.2
49.2
N/A
N/A
EV35
HS50
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
85.1
34.1
61.1
N/A
N/A
EV50
HS90
6.0
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
638
N/A
112
66.7
66.7
EV90
HS95
1.5
Alk-Manganese
Dioxide
N/A
N/A
128
34.1
61.8
N/A
N/A
EN95
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EPX76
1.5V
Index of Discontinued Battery Types
HS150
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
85.1
34.1
63.5
N/A
N/A
1250
HS6571
22.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
451
N/A
77.75
88.9
53.2
763 w/
Screw Terminal
IF6
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
907
66.7
172
N/A
N/A
EN6 w/
Screw Terminal
IS6
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
907
66.7
168
N/A
N/A
EN6
IS6T
1.5
Carbon Zinc
6
N/A
964
66.7
168
N/A
N/A
EN6 w/
Screw Terminal
P2321M
3.6
NiMH for
Cordless
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
P2322
3.6
Nickel
Cadmium
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
P2322M
NiMH
P2326M
3.6
NiMH for
Cordless
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
P7307
3.6
NiCd for
Cordless
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
P7507
6.0
NiCd for
Cordless
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No
Replacement
QCC4
N/A
Nickel
Cadmium
N/A
N/A
658
N/A
2.5
7.1
4.5
No
Replacement
S13E
1.6
Silver Oxide
1181SO
SR48
1.13
7.90
5.4
N/A
N/A
AC13
S312E
1.6
Silver Oxide
1179SO
SR41
0.57
7.90
5.4
N/A
N/A
AC312
S41E
1.6
Silver Oxide
1183SO
SR43
1.70
11.6
4.2
N/A
N/A
386
S76E
1.6
Silver Oxide
1184SO
SR44
2.27
11.6
5.4
N/A
N/A
AC675
T35
1.5
Carbon Zinc
C
N/A
39.7
26.2
49.2
N/A
N/A
1235
T50
1.5
Carbon Zinc
D
N/A
93.6
34.1
61.1
N/A
N/A
1250
W353
1.5
Carbon Zinc
N/A
N/A
388
N/A
105.6
65.9
34.9
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EN6
Note: EN6 has
Terminal Screws
Alkaline
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Energizer e2
Energizer
Eveready
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Alkaline
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
------------------------Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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Carbon Zinc
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Consumer/OEM
Industrial
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
-------------------------Home
Battery Information
Cross Reference
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Carbon Zinc
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
------------------------Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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Lithium Cylindrical
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
2L76
EL1CR2
EL2CR5
EL123AP
EL223AP
L91
L522
L544
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
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Lithium Cylindrical
Discontinued Index
-------------------------Home
Battery Information
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
------------------------Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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Lithium Miniature
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
CR1025
CR1216
CR1220
CR1225
CR1616
CR1620
CR1632
CR2012
CR2016
CR2025
CR2032
CR2320
CR2430
CR2450
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
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Lithium Miniature
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
-------------------------Home
Battery Information
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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Energizer Europe
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Silver Oxide
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
301
303
309
315
317
319
321
329
333
335
337
339
341
344
346
350
357
361
362
364
365
366
370
371
373
377
379
381
384
386
387S
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Silver Oxide
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
399
EPX76
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
-------------------------Home
Battery Information
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
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Silver Oxide
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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Energizer Europe
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Zinc Air
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
AC5
AC10/230
AC13
AC146X
AC312
AC675
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Zinc Air
Home
Battery Information
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
------------------------Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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Flash Consumer
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Manganese Dioxide - Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Eveready
Home
Novelty
Outdoor
Premium
Work
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Battery Information
Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
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Flash Consumer
Energizer Contacts
References
------------------------Moltech (Rechargeable OEM)
Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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industrial
Industrial Flashlights
Model
Number
Type
Qty/
Battery Size
Bulb
Type
Weight
(g)*
459
Heavy Duty
Industrial
6 Volt Lantern
KPR113
475
200
129
136
208IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
6 Volt Lantern
PR13
293
203
124.6
123.3
231IND
Special
Industrial
6 Volt Lantern
KPR113
&
407
326
239
123
125
1151
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/AA
PR4
48
153
35
N.A.
1251
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
PR2
113
203.2
60.5
N.A.
1259
Heavy Duty
Safety
Industrial
(UL/MSHA
approved)
2/D
PR2
or
PR6
113
203.2
60.5
N.A.
1351
Heavy Duty
Industrial
3/D
PR3
142
262.4
60.5
N.A.
Picture
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Length Width Height
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
industrial
1359
3251R
Heavy Duty
Safety
Industrial
(UL/MSHA
approved)
Value
Industrial
3/D
PR7
142
262.4
60.5
N.A.
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
3251WH
Medical
Industrial
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
4212WH
Medical
Industrial
2/AAAA
222
21
66.5
14.0
22.3
4250IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
148
214
74
N.A.
5109IND
Value
Industrial
6 Volt Lantern
PR13
220
183
99
117
6212WH
Medical
Industrial
2/AAA
243
9
139.2
12.4
N.A.
9101IND
Special
Industrial
6 Volt Lantern
4546
525
215
120
N.A.
E250Y
Value
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
88
187.0
60.5
N.A.
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industrial
E251Y
Value
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
139
187.0
60.5
N.A.
IN220
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2 / AA
KPR104
57
166
44.8
N.A.
IN253
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
107
195.6
62.2
N.A.
IN420
Special
Industrial
4/AA
KPR113
283
104
57
46
IN450
Industrial
4/D
KPR113
359
206.5
139.7
N.A.
INDWANDR
Heavy Duty
Industrial
N.A.
N.A.
34
208
45
N.A.
INDWANDY
Heavy Duty
Industrial
N.A.
N.A.
34
208
45
N.A.
R215IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/AA
KPR104
94
166
45
N.A.
* Weight without batteries
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Flash Bulbs
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Manganese Dioxide - Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Standard
Krypton
Halogen
Fluorescent
High Intensity
Halogen Xenon
Industrial
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Cross Reference
Product Safety Info
Battery Disposal
Glossary
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Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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Energizer North America
Energizer Europe
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Active Flashlight Index
Active Flashlight Index
If a flashlight model is not found here, please check the "Discontinued Flashlight Index", call us at
1-800-383-7323 or email us at [email protected] .
Type
Qty/
Battery
Size
Bulb
Type
Weight
(g)*
Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
459
Heavy Duty
Industrial
6 Volt
Lantern
KPR113
475
200
129
136
208IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
6 Volt
Lantern
PR13
293
203
124.6
123.3
231IND
Special
Industrial
6 Volt
Lantern
KPR113
&
407
326
239
123
125
1151
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/AA
PR4
48
153
35
N.A.
1251
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
PR2
113
203.2
60.5
N.A.
1259
Heavy Duty
Safety
Industrial
(UL/MSHA
approved)
2/D
PR2
or
PR6
113
203.2
60.5
N.A.
Model
Number
Picture
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1351
Heavy Duty
Industrial
3/D
PR3
142
262.4
60.5
N.A.
1359
Heavy Duty
Safety
Industrial
(UL/MSHA
approved)
3/D
PR7
142
262.4
60.5
N.A.
2251
Home
2/D
HPR52
142
214.4
51.8
N.A.
3251
Eveready
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
3251R
Value
Industrial
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
3251WH
Medical
Industrial
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
4212
Eveready
2/AAAA
222
21
66.5
14.0
22.3
4212WH
Medical
Industrial
2/AAAA
222
21
66.5
14.0
22.3
4215
Novelty
2/AA
PR4
37
97.1
42.7
26.0
4250IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
148
214
74
N.A.
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4251
Eveready
2/D
KPR102
99
192.0
60.7
N.A.
5100
Outdoor
6 Volt
Lantern
425
190
182
115
N.A.
5109
Eveready
6 Volt
Lantern
PR13
220
183
99
117
5109IND
Value
Industrial
6 Volt
Lantern
PR13
220
183
99
117
5215
Novelty
2/AA
PR4
48
95.2
47.2
22.9
6212
Novelty
2/AAA
243
9
139.2
12.4
N.A.
6212WH
Medical
Industrial
2/AAA
243
9
139.2
12.4
N.A.
8209
Outdoor
6 Volt
Lantern
KPR113
448
218.4
91.4
117.1.
8215
Outdoor
4/AA
PR35
142
176.5
76.6
N.A.
9101IND
Special
Industrial
6 Volt
Lantern
4546
525
215
120
N.A.
9450
Outdoor
4/D
F6T5,
KPR113,
PR13
401
113.0
43.9
318.5
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Active Flashlight Index
BAS24A
Novelty
2/
AAAA
243
37
99.34
21.55
39.89
CFL420
Premium
4 / AA
KPR802
69.4
149.96
55.88
N.A.
D410
Premium
4/AAA
TX15-2
107.3
177.8
37.2
N.A.
D420
Premium
4 / AA
TX15-2
231.0
245.0
55.0
N.A.
DB24A1
Novelty
2/AAAA
TI-2
15
75.3
11.6
19.7
E220
Home
2/AA
KPR104
46
147.8
41.6
N.A.
E250
Home
2/D
KPR102
88
187.0
60.5
N.A.
E250Y
Value
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
88
187.0
60.5
N.A.
E251
Home
2/D
KPR102
139
187.0
60.5
N.A.
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E251Y
Value
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
139
187.0
60.5
N.A.
ERG2C1
Home
2/C
KPR102
63
210.3
60.3
N.A.
F101
Outdoor
6 Volt
Lantern
KPR113
452
180
135
148
F220
Outdoor
2/AA
243
38
151
29.8
N.A.
F420
Outdoor
4/AA
KPR113
283
103.5
N.A.
45.8
FAB4DCM
Outdoor
4/D
KPR113
771
263.0
N.A
150.0
FL450
Outdoor
4/D
F4T5
525.4
194
104
73.7
FN450
Work
4/D
KPR113
424
198.1
124.4
137.1
GLO4AA1
Home
4/AA
KPR102
107
134.0
89.5
62.6
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IN215
Work
2/AA
KPR104
48
152.9
35.3
N.A.
IN220
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2 / AA
KPR104
57
166
44.8
N.A.
IN251
Work
2/D
KPR102
110
203.2
60.5
N.A.
IN253
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/D
KPR102
107
195.6
62.2
N.A.
IN351
Work
3/D
KPR103
142
262.4
60.5
N.A.
IN420
Special
Industrial
4/AA
KPR113
283
104
57
46
IN450
Industrial
4/D
KPR113
359
206.5
139.7
N.A.
INDWANDR
Heavy Duty
Industrial
N.A.
N.A.
34
208
45
N.A.
INDWANDY
Heavy Duty
Industrial
N.A.
N.A.
34
208
45
N.A.
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K220
Work
2/AA
KPR104
113
187.5
60.8
N.A.
K221
Outdoor
2/AA
KPR104
113
187.5
60.8
N.A.
K250
Work
2/D
KPR102
276.8
242.8
91.4
N.A.
K251
Outdoor
2/D
KPR102
276.8
242.8
91.4
N.A.
Button
LED
12
41
29
14
Button
LED
14
78.8
47.6
7.3
KCBG
KCCL
Novelty
Novelty
KCDL
Novelty
2/AAAA
243
36.7
91.2
N.A
38.8.
KCL2BU1
Novelty
2/CR2032
Li Coin
LED
16.5
63.4
20.0
42.0
KCWL
Novelty
Button
LED
21.2
83.1
21.1
N.A.
LED4AA1
Outdoor
4/AA
LED
62.6
91.2
24.8
59.6
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Active Flashlight Index
LTCR
Novelty
2/AAA
LED
28
84
44
25
LTEB
Novelty
2/AAAA
222
75
55.4
61.2
99.3
LTPT
Novelty
2/AAAA
222
50
106.2
23.6
46.5
R215
Work
2/AA
KPR104
94
166.1
44.6
N.A.
R215IND
Heavy Duty
Industrial
2/AA
KPR104
94
166
45
N.A.
R250
Work
2/D
KPR102
148
214.0
74.3
N.A.
R450
Work
4/D
KPR113
556
224
78.5
107.2.
RC210
Home
2/Button
243
55
79.4
50.7
15.9
RC220
Home
2/Button
243
124
112.8
63.5
25.3
RC250
Home
2/Button
PR4
160
188.1
71.4
N.A
SL240
Novelty
2/AAAA
243
21.2
69.3
17.5
28
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Active Flashlight Index
SP220
Outdoor
2/AA
KPR104
101
159.5
53.5
N.A.
TW420
Outdoor
4/AA
KPR102
226
152.4
85.5
N.A.
TW450
Outdoor
4/D
KPR102
502.8
176.8
122.6
N.A.
V109
Work
6 Volt
Lantern
KPR113
297
203.7
74.2
125.3.
V115
Work
1/AA
112
19
80.4
27.7
N.A.
V215
Work
2/AA
KPR104
60
153.7
42.4
N.A.
V220
Novelty
2/AA
PR4
113
86.8
38.9
113.4
V250
Work
2/D
KPR102
160
196.0
72.4
N.A.
VAL2DL1
Work
KPR102
160
196.0
72.4
NA
WP220
Outdoor
2/AA
KPR104
56.5
166.4
44.8
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N.A.
Active Flashlight Index
WP250
Outdoor
2/D
KPR102
107.3
195.6
62.2
N.A.
X112
Home
1/AAA
T1-1
16
81.5
20.1
N.A.
X215
Home
2/AA
T1-2
43
154.7
27.7
N.A.
* Weight without batteries
** Weight with batteries
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Discontinued Flashlight Index
Discontinued Flashlight Index*
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The types listed are no longer manufactured, but may still be offered for sale in some locations.
For a listing of current models, click on the Active Flashlight Index or call 1-800-383-7323 or email us at
[email protected] .
** Weight without batteries
Model
Number
Qty/
Battery Size
Bulb
Type
Weight
(g)**
Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
108
6 Volt Lantern
PR13
227
212
97
130
209
6 Volt Lantern
HPR50
266
185
109
120
330
2/D
PR2
113
200
53
N.A.
330Y
2/D
PR2
113
200
53
N.A.
331
2/D
PR2
128
200
53
N.A.
331Y
2/D
PR2
128
200
53
N.A.
1251BK
2/D
PR2
113
203.2
60.5
N.A.
2253
2/D
HPR52
142
214
52
N.A.
3233
2/C
PR4
68
160
50
N.A.
Picture
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Discontinued Flashlight Index
3253
2/D
PR4
79
185
52
N.A.
3415
4/AA
PR13
79
119
62
N.A.
3452
6 Volt Lantern
PR13
105
N.A.
82
N.A.
4220
2/AA
PR4
42
95
47
N.A.
4453
4/D
KPR113
407(Flasher)
347
203
104
N.A.
5154
6 Volt Lantern
KPR113
340
245
125
125
5251
2/D
PR2
57
185
52
N.A.
7369
6 Volt Lantern
4546
396
215
124
140
8115
2/AA
243
96
112
45
41
8415
4/AA
KPR113
128
120
65
N.A.
B170
CR2025
LED
-
9.9
5.6
4.2
BKC1
2/AA, CR2025
2/C
KPR104
-
10.8
10.8
14.0
D620
6/AA
T2-3
277
288
57.7
N.A.
D820
8/AA
T2-4
322
337.8
57.7
N.A.
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Discontinued Flashlight Index
E100
6 Volt Lantern
KPR113
210
22
15
8
E252
2/D
KPR102
-
18.6
7.8
11.4
E350
3/D
KPR103
168
265.7
77
N.A.
E420
4/AA
KPR113
80
78
44
123
EM290
2/Button
PR4
33
109.8
68.8
31.5
EM420
4/AA
PR13
458
138
179 Ext.
68.8
N.A.
F100
6 Volt Lantern
KPR113
1070
197
127
136
F215
2/AA
PR2
113
121.0
56.7
39.2
F250
2/D
KPR102
198
227
89
65
F415
4/AA
F4T5
187
46.0
50.3
204.3
H100
6 Volt Lantern
HPR50
464
179
134
148
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Discontinued Flashlight Index
H250
2/D
HPR52
186
236
84
N.A.
H350
3/D
HPR53
203
300
83.3
N.A.
IN25T
2/D
PR2
155
205
57
N.A.
KCDB
Button
LED
16
66
23
N.A.
KCSG
Button
LED
20
41.5
26
31
KCTW
Button
LED
16
50
27
N.A.
RC100
3/Sub C
KPR103
487**
103.7
70.4
162.3
RC251
2/AA
KPR102
217
190.0
70.0
55.0
RC290
2/Button
PR4
175
188.1
71.0
N.A
T430
4/C
1651
212
260.4
78.7
N.A.
V235
2/C
KPR102
85
159
55
N.A.
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Discontinued Flashlight Index
X250
2/D
KPR102
290
267
64
N.A.
X350
3/D
KPR103
325
328
64
N.A.
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Product Safety Data Sheets in English
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Cylindrical)
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide Zinc (Miniature)
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Alkaline Zinc-Air (No Mercury)
Carbon Zinc
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Lead Acid
Lithium Iron Disulfide (L91)
Lithium Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Lithium Ion
Mercuric Oxide-Zinc
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Product Safety Data Sheets in French
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Product Safety Data Sheets in Spanish
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Glossary
Glossary: A B C D E F I L M N O P R S T Z
Active Material
Specific chemically reactive material at the positive or negative electrode that takes part in the
charge and discharge reactions.
Air Cell
Battery system which utilizes oxygen in combination with catalyzed carbon as the cathode and
zinc as the anode to produce electricity.
Alkaline Battery
Primary battery which employs alkaline aqueous solution for its electrolyte.
Ampere-Hours
Product of current (amperes), multiplied by time (in hours) the circuit is closed (current flowing).
Anode
The negative electrode. The electrode at which an oxidation reaction (loss of electrons) occurs.
ANSI
American National Standards Institute sponsored by NEMA, National Electric Manufacturers
Association and cover cell sizes, terminals and testing procedures.
Average Drain
The average current withdrawn from a cell or battery during discharge; usually approximated by
calculating the current at 50% depth of discharge.
Battery
Technically, a battery consists of two or more series or parallel connected galvanic cells.
Frequently, however, a single cell is called a battery.
Button Cell
See miniature battery
Capacity
Output capability over a period of time; expressed in ampere-hours.
Carbon Zinc
A generic term for primary dry batteries of the LeClanche or Zinc Chloride systems.
Cathode
The positive electrode. The electrode at which a reduction reaction (gain of electrons) occurs.
Cell
A primary galvanic unit which converts chemical energy directly into electric energy. Typically
consists of two electrodes of dissimilar material isolated from one another electronically in a
common ironically conductive electrolyte.
Cell Reversal
Reversing polarity of terminals of a cell or battery due to overdischarge.
Charge,State of
Condition in terms of the rated capacity remaining at a given point in time.
Charging
Process of supplying electrical energy for conversion to stored chemical energy.
Closed-circuit voltage (CCV)
Voltage as measured of a cell or battery under a specific discharge load and time interval.
Coin Cell
See miniature battery
Collector
Electronic connection between the battery electrode and the external circuit.
Constant Current
Charging or discharging method in which current does not change appreciably in magnitude
regardless of battery voltage or temperature.
Constant Power
Power remains stable regardless of battery voltage. As battery voltage changes, the current is
adjusted to maintain targeted power value. (See below for power definition.)
Constant Resistance
Commonly found in devices which maintain a constant resistance throughout the battery
discharge. As the battery is drained, both voltage and current decline.
Continuous Test Regimen
Charge and/or discharge profile that is defined without rest periods.
Cutoff Voltage
Voltage at the end of useful discharge. Battery voltage below which the connected equipment will
not operate or below which operation is not recommended.
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Glossary
Cycle
One sequence of activity. This can be a pulse or continuous drain.
Cylindrical Battery
A battery whose height is greater than its diameter. The term cylindrical is also used to describe
batteries made up of cylindrical cells.
Deep Discharge
Discharge of the battery to below the specified voltage cutoff before the battery is replaced or
recharged.
Depth of Discharge (DOD)
The percent of rated capacity to which a cell or battery is discharged.
Discharge
Withdrawal of electrical energy from a cell or battery, usually to operate connected equipment.
Discharge Rate
The current at which a cell or battery is discharged.
Drain
Withdrawal of current from a cell or battery.
Drain, Heavy
Generally, current that would discharge a battery within one day at room temperature.
Drain, Light
Generally, current that would discharge a battery after one month at room temperature.
Drain, Moderate
Current that would discharge a battery in approximately one week at room temperature.
Dry Battery
A battery in which the electrolyte is immobilized, being either in the form of a paste or gel or
absorbed into the separator material.
Duty Cycle
The time duration and use frequency during which a battery is drained (i.e. 2 hours/day).
Electrode
Conducting body at which the electrochemical reaction occurs.
Electrolyte
May be solid or liquid. Usually an aqueous salt solution that permits ionic conduction between the
positive and negative electrodes
Energy
Output capability; ampere-hour capacity times average closed-circuit discharge voltage,
expressed as watt-hours.
Energy Density
Ratio of battery energy to weight or volume (watt-hours per kilogram or watt-hours per cubic
centimeter).
Functional End Point (FEP)
Voltage below which battery-operated equipment will not function properly.
IEC
International ElectroChemical Commission. A worldwide organization for standardization in the
electrical and electronic fields.
Impedance (Z)
The total opposition that a battery offers to the flow of alternating current. Impedance is a
combination of resistance and reactance.
Initial Drain
Current that a cell or battery supplies when first placed on load. Also referred to as starting drain.
Internal Resistance (Ri)
Opposition to direct current flow within a battery, with the battery as source, causing a drop in
closed-circuit voltage proportional to the current drain from the battery.
Intermittent Test Regimen
Charge and/or discharge profile that is defined with specified rest periods.
LeClanche
A Carbon Zinc battery with slightly acidic electrolyte consisting of ammonium chloride and zinc
chloride in water.
Miniature Battery
A button or coin shaped battery whose diameter is greater than its height. The term "Miniature" is
also used to describe batteries made up of miniature cells.
Open-Circuit Voltage (OCV)
The no load voltage of a cell or battery measured with a high resistance voltmeter.
Polarization
Electrical potential reduction of electrodes typically arising from prolonged or rapid discharge of
the battery.
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Glossary
Primary
A cell or battery designed to deliver its rated capacity once and be discarded; not designed to be
recharged.
Rated Capacity
The average capacity delivered by a cell or battery on a specified load and temperature to a
voltage cutoff point, as designated by the manufacturer; usually an accelerated test
approximating the cell or battery’s capacity in typical use.
Rate Sensitivity
Typically refers to battery performance under various discharge loads with operating voltage
being the defining characteristic
Rating Drain
The specified current withdrawn form a cell or battery to determine its rating capacity.
Rechargeable
Capable of being recharged; refers to secondary cells or batteries.
Secondary
A cell or battery designed to be recharged.
Self Discharge Rate
The rate at which a cell or battery loses its capacity when standing idle.
Service Maintenance
The percent of fresh rated capacity remaining after a specified period of time.
Shelf-Life
The amount of time a cell or battery will retain a specified percent of its rated capacity, typically
under ambient storage conditions.
Silver Oxide
Battery containing cathode of silver oxide, anode of zinc and highly alkaline electrolyte consisting
of NaOH or KOH.
Trickle Charge
A method of recharging in which a secondary battery is either continuously or intermittently
connected to a constant current supply that maintains the battery in a fully or near full charged
condition.
Zinc Air
See Air Cell
Zinc Chloride
A Carbon Zinc battery with a slightly acidic electrolyte consisting mainly of zinc chloride in water.
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References
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Auto/Marine Batteries
Johnson Controls
507 E Michigan Street
P.O. Box 423
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Phone: 1-800-972-8040 ext. 135
http://www.johnsoncontrols.com
email: [email protected]
OEM Rechargeable
Moltech Power Systems
(Formerly - Energizer Power Systems)
U.S. Highway 441 North
P.O. Box 147114
Gainesville, FL 32614-7114
Telephone: (386) 462-3911
Fax: (386) 462-4726
http://www.moltechpower.com
Bulbs
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Fax: 800-257-0760
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Indianapolis, IN 46268
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Business Centers
Phone: 1-800-626-2004
Fax: 1-518-869-2828
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Fax: 1-253-473-2352
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Connectors
Connector Corporation
4720 Yerder Road
Lisle, IL 60532-1653
Phone: (630) 969-3400
Fax: 630-969-3545
Battery Holders
Keystone Electronics Corp.
31-07 20th Road
Astoria, NY 11105-2017
Phone: 1-800-394-5778
Fax: 718/956-9040
http://www.keyelco.com
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http://www.powerdynamics.com
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Reference Books
Handbook Of Batteries
Author: David Linden
Copyright: 1995
Publisher: McGraw-Hill, Inc.
Modern Battery Technology
Editor: Clive D. S. Tuck
Copyright: Ellis Horwood Limited, 1991
Publisher: Ellis Horwood Limited
Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
79th Edition
Editor: David R. Lide, Ph.D
Copyright: 1998
Publisher: CRC Press
General
Hydrogen Getters
GPT Inc.
P.O. Box 261
Manalanen, NJ 07726
NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association)
1300-T N 17th Street
Suite 1847
Rosslyn, VA 22209
Phone: (703) 841-3200
Fax: 703/841-3300
www.NEMA.org
IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission )
3 Rue de Varembe
P.O. Box 131
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Switzerland
Phone: 41-22-919-0211
Fax: 41-22-919-0300
www.IEC.ch
RBRC (Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation)
1000 Parkwood Circle
Suite 450
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Phone: (678) 419-9990
Fax: (678) 419-9986
1-800-8-BATTERY
(1-800-228-8379)
www.rbrc.org
EPBA (European Portable Battery Association)
Avenue Marcel Thiry 200 B-1200
Brussels, Belgium
Phone: 32-2-774-96-02
FAX: 32-2-774-96-90
email: [email protected]
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Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
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Manganese Dioxide
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
186
189
191
192
193
A23
A27
A76
A544
E11A
E625G
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
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Carbon Zinc Consumer/Oem
Carbon Zinc Consumer/OEM
Carbon Zinc Application Manual
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Name
Picture
Size
Capacity * Voltage
(mAh)
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
1222
9V
400
9.0
1604D
6F22
37
N/A
48.5
26.4
17.5
1215
AA
950
1.5
15D
R6
15
14.3
50.1
N/A
N/A
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Carbon Zinc Consumer/Oem
1212
AAA
540
1.5
24D
R03
9.7
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
1235
C
3000
1.5
14D
R14
45
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
1250
D
5900
1.5
13D
R20
89
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
1209
Lantern
12000
6.0
908D
4R25
600
N/A
115
68.2
68.2
510S
Lantern
11000
6.0
915
4R25
653
N/A
109.5
66.7
66.7
* Capacity rating based on light drain ( 1 to 25 mA) to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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MANGANESE DIOXIDE
Manganese Dioxide
Manganese Dioxide Application Manual
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Name
Picture
Size
Capacity * Voltage ANSI/
( mAh )
(nom.) NEDA
IEC
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
186
Button
80
1.5
1167A
LR43
1.4
11.6
4.2
189
Button
48
1.5
1168A
LR54
1.0
11.6
3.10
191
Button
31
1.5
1169A
LR55
0.9
11.6
2.2
192
Button
32
1.5
N/A
LR41
0.5
7.9
3.6
193
Button
53
1.5
N/A
LR48
0.9
7.9
5.4
A76
Button
150
1.5
1166A
LR44
2.3
11.6
5.4
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MANGANESE DIOXIDE
A23
Button
Stack
40
12
1811A
N/A
7.5
10.3
28.5
A27
Button Stack
18
12
N/A
N/A
4.4
8.0
28.2
A544
Button Stack
150
6
1414A
4LR44
11
13
25.2
Button Stack
38
6
N/A
N/A
4.0
10
16
Button
200
1.5
N/A
N/A
3.3
15.5
6.1
E11A
E625G
N/A
* Capacity at Rating Drain. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Carbon Zinc Industrial
Carbon Zinc Industrial
Carbon Zinc Application Manual
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Name
Picture
Size
Capacity * Voltage
(mAh)
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
206
Multi Cell
200
9
1611
N/A
32
19.1
50.8
N/A
N/A
246
Multi Cell
850
9
1602
6F50-2
88
N/A
69.9
36
34.5
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Carbon Zinc Industrial
266
Multi Cell
2500
9
1605
N/A
168
N/A
63
46
46
276
Multi Cell
5000
9
1603
6F100
245
N/A
80.2
66
52
411
Multi Cell
140
15
208
10F20
27
N/A
37
27
16.1
412
Multi Cell
140
22.5
215
15F20
38
N/A
51
27
16.1
413
Multi Cell
140
30
210
20F20
48
N/A
65
27
16.1
415
Multi Cell
140
45
213
30F20
76
N/A
92.5
26.6
16.1
416
Multi Cell
140
67.5
217
N/A
114
N/A
88.9
33.7
25
504
Multi Cell
60
15
220
10F15
15.1
N/A
35
16
15.9
505
Multi Cell
60
22.5
221
15F15
21.8
N/A
51
16
15.9
AA
1375
1.5
15CD
LR6
15
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
EV115
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Carbon Zinc Industrial
EV122
9V
330
9
1604D
6F22
37
N/A
48.5
26.4
17.5
EV135
C
3125
1.5
14CD
R14
45
26.2
49.8
N/A
N/A
EV150
D
6050
1.5
13CD
R20
89
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
Name
455
Picture
Size
Capacity *
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max
mm)
Multi Cell
550
45
201
30F40
231
N/A
93.6
67.5
25.4
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Carbon Zinc Industrial
467
Multi Cell
550
67.5
200
45F40
343
N/A
95
71.4
35
489
Multi Cell
550
225
728
152F40
1.17 kg
N/A
106.4
110.3
68.3
493
Multi Cell
140
300
722
N/A
445
N/A
99.2
68.3
56.4
497
Multi Cell
140
180/510
741
336F20
780
N/A
142.9
76.2
41.2
711
Multi Cell
22000
1.5
700
R25-2
283
N/A
102.4
66.7
33.8
732
Multi Cell
7500
12
926
8R25
1.25 kg
N/A
125.4
135.7
72.2
763
Multi Cell
1650
22.5
710
N/A
372
N/A
77.8
92.1
51.6
EV131
Lantern
10000
6
918CD
4R25
1.25 kg
N/A
127.0
136.5
73.0
EV190
Lantern
11000
6
908CD
4R25X
589
N/A
112
66.7
66.7
Multi Cell
950
22.5/45
205C
30R6
508
N/A
104.8
76.2
58.7
HS14196
* Capacity rating based on light drain ( 1 to 25 mA) to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Cylindrical
L91 Lithium Application Manual
L522 Lithium Application Manual
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Size
Capacity*
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
L91
AA
2900
1.5
15LF
N/A
14.5
14.3
50.5
N/A
N/A
2L76
Photo
160
3
N/A
N/A
3
11.6
10.8
N/A
N/A
CRV3
Photo
3000
3
N/A
N/A
38
N/A
52.2
28.6
14.4
EL123AP
Photo
1300
3
5018LC
N/A
15.5
17.0
34.5
N/A
N/A
EL1CR2
Photo
800
3
N/A
CR15
H270
11
15.6
27
N/A
N/A
EL2CR5
Photo
1500
6
5032LC
2CR5
39.5
N/A
45
34
17
Name
Picture
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Lithium Cylindrical
EL223AP
Photo
1400
6
5024LC
CR-P2
37
N/A
36
35
19.5
L544
Photo
160
6
N/A
N/A
9
12.83
25.15
N/A
N/A
L522
Medical
1200
9
1604LC
N/A
34.4
N/A
48.5
26.3
16.9
* Capacity at Rating Drain. See datasheets for details
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Silver Oxide
Silver Oxide
Silver Oxide Application Manual
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Size
Capacity *
( mAh )
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
301
Button
110
1.55
1132SO
SR43
1.7
11.6
4.2
303
Button
175
1.55
1130SO
SR44
2.55
11.6
5.6
309
Button
70
1.55
1136SO
SR48
1.13
7.9
5.4
315
Button
21
1.55
1187SO
SR67
0.33
7.9
1.65
Name
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Silver Oxide
317
Button
11.5
1.55
1185SO
SR62
0.19
5.8
1.65
319
Button
18
1.55
1186SO
SR64
0.31
5.8
2.7
321
Button
14
1.55
1174SO
SR65
0.28
6.8
1.65
329
Button
36
1.55
N/A
SR731SW
0.57
7.9
3.1
333
Button
5
1.55
N/A
SR610SW
0.16
6.8
1.05
335
Button
5
1.55
N/A
SR512SW
0.14
5.8
1.25
337
Button
7.5
1.55
N/A
SR416SW
0.12
4.8
1.65
339
Button
13.5
1.55
N/A
SR614SW
0.22
6.8
1.45
341
Button
13.5
1.55
1192SO
SR714SW
0.3
7.9
1.45
344
Button
105
1.55
1139SO
SR42
1.6
11.6
3.6
346
Button
9
1.55
N/A
SR713SW
0.23
7.9
1.3
350
Button
105
1.55
N/A
SR42
1.6
11.6
3.6
357
Button
175
1.55
1131SO
SR44
2.3
11.6
5.4
361
Button
23
1.55
1173SO
SR58
0.42
7.9
2.1
362
Button
23
1.55
1158SO
SR58
0.42
7.9
2.1
364
Button
19
1.55
1175SO
SR60
0.31
6.8
2.15
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Silver Oxide
365
Button
32
1.55
N/A
SR1116W
0.7
11.6
1.65
366
Button
33
1.55
1177SO
SR1116SW
0.7
11.6
1.65
370
Button
35
1.55
1188SO
SR69
0.66
9.5
2.1
371
Button
34
1.55
1171SO
SR69
0.66
9.5
2.1
373
Button
26
1.55
1172SO
SR68
0.53
9.5
1.65
376
Button
26
1.55
N/A
SR66
0.42
6.8
2.6
377
Button
26
1.55
1176SO
SR66
0.42
6.8
2.6
379
Button
14
1.55
1191SO
SR63
0.25
5.8
2.15
381
Button
49
1.55
1170SO
SR55
0.93
11.6
2.1
384
Button
42
1.55
1134SO
SR41
0.57
7.9
3.6
386
Button
120
1.55
1133SO
SR43
1.7
11.6
4.2
387S
Button
60
1.55
N/A
N/A
1.0
11.6
3.6
389
Button
85
1.55
1138SO
SR54
1.35
11.6
3.05
390
Button
85
1.55
1159SO
SR54
1.35
11.6
3.05
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Silver Oxide
391
Button
49
1.55
1160SO
SR55
0.93
11.6
2.1
392
Button
42
1.55
1135S0
SR41
0.57
7.9
3.6
393
Button
70
1.55
1137SO
SR48
1.13
7.9
5.4
394
Button
60
1.55
1161SO
SR45
1.11
9.5
3.6
395
Button
52
1.55
1162SO
SR57
0.79
9.5
2.7
396
Button
31.5
1.55
1163SO
SR59
0.51
7.9
2.6
397
Button
33
1.55
1164SO
SR59
0.51
7.9
2.6
399
Button
52
1.55
1165SO
SR57
0.79
9.5
2.7
EPX76
Button
200
1.55
1107SOP
SR44
2.27
11.6
5.4
* Capacity at Rating Drain. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
Alkaline 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. A522
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-1604A, IEC-6LR61
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 45.6 grams (1.60 oz.)
Volume: 21.1 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 595 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25mA continuous drain)
Cell: Six No. 3-0316 in series
Jacket: Metal
Shelf Life: 5 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
24.50
26.50
44.07
44.83
46.50
48.50
Inches
0.490
0.510
0.610
0.689
0.965
1.043
1.735
1.765
1.831
1.909
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 4.8 Volts
1000
45oC
o
20 C
Service, Hours
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
10
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000.0000
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
1000
100.0000
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
4.8
5.4
6.0
10.0000
6.6
7.2
7.8
1.0000
4.8
5.4
6.0
10
6.6
7.2
7.8
1
0.1
0.1000
10
Form No. EBC - 1191
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
EVEREADY NO. A522
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
12
Internal Resistance
(ohms)
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
620 ohms 2 hours / day
10
10
9
Voltage, CCV
9
Voltage, CCV
Recorder
180 ohms 1 hour / day
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
Calculator
180 ohms 1/2 hour / day
10
10
12
14
Toy
270 ohms 1 hour / day
10
9
9
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
8
Service, Hours
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
0
Service, Hours
2
4
6
8
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1191
10
12
Service, Hours
14
16
18
20
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
AA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. A91
Designation: ANSI-15A, IEC-LR6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 23 grams (0.8oz.)
Volume: 8.1 cubic centimeters (0.5cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 2565 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-315 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 5 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.1
1.0
5.5
13.5
14.5
46.5
48.8
49.2
50.5
Inches
0.004
0.039
0.217
0.531
0.571
1.831
1.921
1.937
1.988
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
Service, Hours
1000
Service, Hours
10000
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
100
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
0.8
0.9
1.0
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1189A
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER NO. A91
IR (Milliohms)
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
750
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30 40 50 60 70
Depth of Discharge (%)
80
90
100
Typical Applications
Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Radio
43 ohms 4 hours / day
0
20
40
60
80
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
100
4
8
12
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
8
0
10
20
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
2
3
4
5
Service, Hours
6
7
8
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
50
Photoflash
Digital Camera
0
10
20
30
40
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1189A
40
Photo Flash
1000 mA
10 sec/min 1 hr/day
Digital Camera
1000 mA Cont.
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
CD / MD / Electronic Game
250 mA 1 hour / day
1
30
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
0
20
Remote
24 ohms 15 sec / min - 8 hrs / day
Toy
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
0
16
50
60
70
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
AAA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. A92
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
3.80
9.50
10.50
42.35
42.85
43.30
44.50
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.15
0.374
0.413
1.667
1.687
1.705
1.752
Designation: ANSI-24A, IEC-LR03
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 11.5 grams (0.4 oz.)
Volume: 3.8 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 1125 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-312 (size “AAA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 5 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
Service, Hours
1000
45oC
20oC
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
1000
Service Hours
Service, Hours
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1190A
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
ENERGIZER NO. A92
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
IR (Milliohms)
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
90
Radio
75 ohms 4 hours/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Typical Applications
0
10
20
30
40
50
Service, Hours
60
70
Tape Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
80
1
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0
Service, Hours
3.5
4.0
4.5
0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
200
300
400
500
8
9
5
10
15
20
Service, Hours
25
30
600
50
60
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
700
Service, Hours
0
10
20
30
40
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1190A
7
Photoflash
600 mA 10 sec/min
1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
100
4
5
6
Service, Hours
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Pager
1.2 mA Background
120 mA 10 sec/hr 24 hours/day
0
3
Remote
24 ohms 15 seconds/day 24 hours/day
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
5.1 ohms 4 min/hour, 8 hours/day
2
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Engineering Data
C
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
EVEREADY NO. A93
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
1.50
7.50
13.31
13.47
24.90
26.20
46.10
46.60
48.50
50.00
Inches
0.020
0.059
0.295
0.524
0.530
0.980
1.031
1.815
1.835
1.909
1.969
Designation: ANSI-14A, IEC-LR14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 66.2 grams (2.3 oz.)
Volume: 26.9 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 8350 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-335 (size “C”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 5 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
Service, Hours
1000
45oC
20oC
100
-10oC
10
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
0
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1188A
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
EVEREADY NO. A93
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
20 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
Recorder
6.8 ohms 1 hour / day
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
0
5
10
15
Portable Lighting
3.9 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
25
30
35
40
Toy
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
20
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
Service, Hours
0
3
6
9
12
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1188A
15
18
21
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
D
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. A95
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Millimeters
0.28
1.50
9.50
20.11
20.27
32.30
34.20
57.00
57.80
59.50
61.50
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-13A, IEC-LR20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 141.9 grams (5.0 oz.)
Volume: 55.9 cubic centimeters (3.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 18000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-350 (size “D”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 5 years
Inches
0.011
0.059
0.374
0.792
0.798
1.272
1.346
2.244
2.276
2.343
2.421
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
0.1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
100000
0.8
0.9
1.0
10000
Service, Hours
1000
Service, Hours
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1
1
0
0
1
Form No. EBC - 1187
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
EVEREADY NO. A95
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
39 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
Voltage, CCV
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Recorder
10 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.9
.8
.7
.7
0
100
200
300
400
500
0
600
30
Service, Hours
Recorder
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
90
120
Toy
2.2 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
60
Service, Hours
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
8
16
24
32
Service, Hours
40
48
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
Service, Hours
Portable Lighting
2.2 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
1.6
1.5
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
Important Notice
.8
.7
0
Form No. EBC - 1187
5
10
15
Service, Hours
20
25
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Zinc Air
Zinc Air
Zinc Air Application Manual
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Size
Capacity *
( mAh )
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
AC5
Button
33
1.4
7012ZD
PR63
0.2
5.8
2.15
N/A
N/A
AC10/230
Button
70
1.4
7005ZD
PR70
PR536
0.3
5.8
3.6
N/A
N/A
AC13
Button
255
1.4
7000ZD
PR48
0.8
7.8
5.4
N/A
N/A
AC312
Button
130
1.4
7002ZD
PR41
0.5
7.8
3.6
N/A
N/A
AC675
Button
600
1.4
7003ZD
PR44
1.9
11.6
5.4
N/A
N/A
9V
1100
8.4
7004Z
N/A
33
N/A
44.5
26.5
16.6
Name
AC146X
Picture
* Capacity at Rating Drain. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cell
Rechargeable Cellular Packs
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Name
Picture
Phone Brand
Typical
Capacity*
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
Weight
(g)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
Chemistry
CP2360
NOKIA
2100 SERIES
1800
6
190
99.3
56.1
23.1
NiMH
CP3036
Motorola/ StarTAC
900
3.6
46
41.9
51.8
12.2
Li-Ion
CP3136
NOKIA 5100/6100
900
3.6
--
103.4
45.5
12.2
Li-Ion
CP3336
Nextel i1000
950
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
CP5136
NOKIA 5100/6100
950
3.6
75
103.6
44.9
14.9
NiMH
CP5648
Ericsson, General Electric
600
4.8
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NiMH
CP5748
Ericsson 700
600
4.8
61
60.5
48.8
12.2
NiMH
CP8049
Nokia 918
1200
4.8
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NiMH
CP8648
Ericsson 600
1200
4.8
133
111.5
45.8
18.3
NiMH
CPV5136
Nokia 6100
950
3.6
74.8
103.6
44.9
14.9
Li-Ion
ACP5036
Motorola
StarTAC
N/A
4.5
11.44
WB
41.9
51.8
14.3
Primary
Alkaline
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cell
ACP5136
Nokia
5100-7100
N/A
4.5
55.4
WB
103.6
44.9
14.9
Primary
Alkaline
ACP7160
Motorola MicroTAC
N /A
9
180.8
WB
120.9
58.9
19.3
Primary
Alkaline
ERW120
Ericsson T28 series, T29, T39, R320,
T36M R520M
850
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW210
Motorola i1000
1150
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW220
Motorola Stratac, Timeport P-series,
P8090, Talktime
850
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW230
Motorola Stratac, Talktime, SP8160,
P8167, etc.
1150
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
Motorola T2200, V2200,
V2300 series
800
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NiMH
ERW305
Nokia 5100, 6100, 7100
1200
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW310
Nokia 8200, 8800
850
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW320
Nokia 3360 / 3390
900
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW400
Qualcomm QCP-2035
600
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW500
Samsung 3500
1040
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW510
Samsung 8500
1150
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW520
Samsung N200
1400
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
Samsung N300
850
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW600
Audiovox 4000 / 4500 / 9000
900
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW610
Audiovox 9100
720
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW240
ERW530
N/A
N/A
ERW700
N/A
LGIC 510
900
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW720
N/A
LG 5200
1400
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
Sanyo 4000 / 4700
1200
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Li-Ion
ERW800
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell. See datasheets for details.
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cam
Rechargeable Camcorder Packs
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Camera Brand
Typical
Capacity* (mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
Weight
(g.)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
Chemistry
CCM5060
JVC/Sony/ Sharp/
Panasonic
3600
6
363.2
89.2
46.2
46.2
Nickel Metal Hydride
CCM5260
JVC/Sony/ Sharp/
Panasonic
2000
6
--
89.4
47.0
25.9
Nickel Metal Hydride
1800
6
274.5
90.2
47.4
46.3
Nickel Cadmium
1200
6
170
74.5
46.6
19.5
Nickel Cadmium
Name
CM1060H
CM1360
Picture
Canon
Hitachi/RCA
CM2560
Sony/Sanyo Sharp
1800
6
303.1
89.7
49.3
45.2
Nickel Cadmium
CM6136
Sharp
2700
3.6
134
53.6
55.6
19.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
CV3010
GE/Hitachi/Minolta
Radio Shack
RCA
Sears/Zenith
2000
10
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sealed Lead Acid
CV3012
GE/Panasonic
Magnavox
2300
12
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sealed Lead Acid
CV3112
GE/Panasonic
Magnavox
2000
12
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sealed Lead Acid
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cam
ERC510
Sharp
1150
7.4
90.8
42.3
53.4
39.40
Lithium Ion
ERC5160
Sony/JVC/RCA
Panasonic/Sharp
2000
6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERC520
Sony
1850
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
Sony
3700
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC530
Panasonic
850
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC545
Sony
1200
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC560
Canon
1450
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC570
Canon
5400
3.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERC580
Sharp
2300
7.4
151.66
42.3
53.4
39.40
Lithium Ion
ERC590
Canon
1200
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
Canon
2400
7.4
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC610
Hitachi/JVC
Panasonic
Proscan/RCA
1550
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC620
JVC
1600
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC630
Panasonic
1600
7.2
113.98
37.3
59.6
36.1
Lithium Ion
Sony
2400
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
JVC
1650
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
JVC
1650
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC670
JVC/Panasonic
2050
9.6
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERC680
Samsung
1800
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC700
JVC
700
7.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lithium Ion
ERC525
ERC600
ERC640
N/A
N/A
N/A
ERC650
ERC660
N/A
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell. See datasheets for details.
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Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
Checkerboard Square
St. Louis, MO 63164
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. ER-C510
Designation: Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery
For Sharp
Nominal Voltage: 7.4 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1150mAh
Typical Weight: 90.8 grams (3.2 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
39.39
39.62
39.94
42.25
53.36
Inches
1.551
1.560
1.572
1.663
2.101
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC-8503
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
Checkerboard Square
St. Louis, MO 63164
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. ER-C580
Designation: Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery
For Sharp
Nominal Voltage: 7.4 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2300mAh
Typical Weight: 151.66 grams (5.4oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
39.39
39.62
39.94
42.25
53.36
Inches
1.551
1.560
1.572
1.663
2.101
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC-8504
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
Checkerboard Square
St. Louis, MO 63164
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. ER-C630
Designation: Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1600mAh
Typical Weight: 113.98 grams (4.0 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
5.03
13.80
33.9
35.74
36.1
37.26
58.15
59.62
Inches
0.198
0.543
1.335
1.407
1.419
1.467
2.289
2.347
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC-8505
Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cordless
Rechargeable Digital Camera Packs
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Camera Brand
Typical Capacity*
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
Chemistry
ERD100
Canon
630
3.7
Lithium Ion
ERD110
Canon
640
3.0
Nickel Metal Hydride
ERD200
Fuji, Kodak, Leica, Ricoh, Toshiba
1200
3.6
Lithium Ion
ERD300
Nikon
650
7.4
Lithium Ion
Name
Picture
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell.
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Phone Brand
Typical
Capacity*
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
Chemistry
ERP107
Panasonic, AT&T, Emerson, Sony,
Sanyo
400
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP110
Panasonic, Philips, Samsung,
Sanyo, Hi-tel
400
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP240
AT&T, GE, Casio/Phonemate,
V-tech
1000
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP268
AT&T, Philips
1200
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
Name
Picture
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cordless
ERP275
GE
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
ERP290
V-tech
1500
2.4
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP450
Panasonic
1150
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP506
N/A
Panasonic
1500
2.4
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP509
N/A
Panasonic
1500
2.4
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP730
N/A
Cobra, Panasonic, Southwestern
Bell, Uniden, Toshiba
1500
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
ERP9116
N/A
V-tech
1000
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
P2312
Bell South, Northwest Bell, Radio
Shack, Sony, Toshiba, Uniden
280
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P2322M
Motorola, Panasonic Uniden
300
3.6
Nickel Metal
Hydride
P2331
Motorola, Cobra
280
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P3201
GE
300
2.4
Nickel Cadmium
P3301
Cobra/GE, AT&T,Northwest Bell,
Panasonic, Sanyo, Uniden, V-tech
300
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P3302
Toshiba, Panasonic,
Uniden, Sony, Telemed, Lucent,
ITT, AT&T
300
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cordless
P3303
AT&T/GE, Lucent, Magnavox,
NW Bell, Philips, Phonemate,
Sharp, Sony, V-tech
300
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P3306
Bell Phone, Bell South
300
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P3391
Conair, GE, SWBell
300
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P5256
Sony, Uniden
500
4.0
Lead Acid
P7300
Panasonic
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7301
Cobra, GE, ITT, NW Bell,
Samsung, Sanyo, Uniden
700
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7302
AT&T, Bell Phone, Cobra,
Memorex, NW Bell, Panasonic,
Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Uniden
700
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7310
AT&T, Lucent, Philips, Sharp,
Sony, Toshiba, V-Tech
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7320
Panasonic
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7330
Toshiba, Uniden
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7340
AT&T, Philips
700
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7350
GE
720
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
P7360
AT&T, V-Tech
600
3.6
Nickel Cadmium
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Rechargeable Consumer Packs-Cordless
P7400
AT&T, GE, Lucent, SW Bell
700
4.8
Nickel Cadmium
P7501
AT&T, Lucent
1000
6.0
Nickel Metal
Hydride
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell. See datasheets for details.
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Rechargeable Consumer NiMH
NiMH
Nickel Metal Hydride Application Manual
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Size
Typical
Capacity *
(mAh)
NH12
AAA
700
1.2
12
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
NH15
AA
1700
1.2
27
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
NH22
9V
150
7.2
41
N/A
48.5
26.5
16.9
Name
Picture
Voltage Weight
Diam.
(nom.)
(g)
(max mm)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
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Rechargeable Consumer NiMH
NH35
C
2200
1.2
60
26.2
50.0
N/A
N/A
NH50
D
2200
1.2
73
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell. See datasheets for details.
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Name
Size
Typical
Capacity *
(mAh)
CP8248
Cellular
1100
4.8
113
101.6
29.3
15.05
Nickel
Metal Hydride
NI-1030
Computer
3500
10.8
479
215
52.8
18.8
Nickel
Metal Hydride
NI-2020
Computer
4500
10.8
428
149.1
89.1
19.7
Lithium
Ion
NJ-1020 Computer
3500
12.0
590
149.4
89.1
19.78
Nickel
Metal Hydride
P8400
1100
4.8
113
60.8
51.1
17.1
Nickel
Metal Hydride
Cordless
Voltage Weight
(nom.)
(g)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
Chemistry
* Based on a C/5 discharge to 0.9 volts per cell. See datasheets for details.
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Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
Alkaline 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER
NO. X522
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
24.50
26.50
44.07
44.83
46.50
48.50
Inches
0.490
0.510
0.610
0.689
0.965
1.043
1.735
1.765
1.831
1.909
Designation: ANSI-1604A, IEC-6LR61
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 45.6 grams (1.60 oz.)
Volume: 21.1 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 595 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Six No. X3-0316 in series
Jacket: Metal
Shelf Life: 5 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 4.8 Volts
1000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
10
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
1000
100
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
4.8
5.4
6.0
10
6.6
7.2
7.8
1
4.8
5.4
6.0
10
6.6
7.2
7.8
1
0.1
0.1
10
Form No. EBC - 1185A
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
ENERGIZER
NO. X522
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
Internal Resistance
(ohms)
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
90
Typical Applications
Radio
620 ohms 2 hours / day
10
10
9
9
8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Toy
270 ohms 1 hour / day
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
0
Service, Hours
3
6
9
Calculator
180 ohms 1/2 hour / day
10
Voltage, CCV
9
8
7
6
5
4
0
2
4
6
8
Service, Hours
10
12
14
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1185A
12
15
Service, Hours
18
21
24
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
AA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. X91
Designation: ANSI-15A, IEC-LR6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 23 grams (0.8oz.)
Volume: 8.1 cubic centimeters (0.5cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 3135 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. X3-315 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.1
1.0
5.5
13.5
14.5
46.5
48.8
49.2
50.5
Inches
0.004
0.039
0.217
0.531
0.571
1.831
1.921
1.937
1.988
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
Service, Hours
1000
Service, Hours
10000
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
100
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
0.8
0.9
1.0
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1180A
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER NO. X91
IR (Milliohms)
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
750
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30 40 50 60 70
Depth of Discharge (%)
80
90
100
Typical Applications
Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Radio
43 ohms 4 hours / day
0
20
40
60
80
100
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
120
4
8
12
16
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
9
0
10
20
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
4
6
Service, Hours
8
10
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
50
60
70
Photoflash
Digital Camera
0
20
40
60
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1180A
40
Photo Flash
1000 mA
10 sec/min 1 hr/day
Digital Camera
1000 mA Cont.
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
CD / MD / Electronic Game
250 mA 1 hour / day
2
30
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
0
24
Remote
24 ohms 15 sec / min - 8 hrs / day
Toy
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
0
20
80
100
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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Telephone 1-800-383-7323
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Engineering Data
AAA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. X92
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
3.80
9.50
10.50
42.35
42.85
43.30
44.50
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.15
0.374
0.413
1.667
1.687
1.705
1.752
Designation: ANSI-24A, IEC-LR03
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 11.5 grams (0.4 oz.)
Volume: 3.8cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 1375 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. X3-312 (size “AAA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
Service, Hours
1000
45oC
20oC
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
1000
Service Hours
Service, Hours
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1181A
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
IR (Milliohms)
ENERGIZER NO. X92
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
90
Radio
75 ohms 4 hours/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Typical Applications
0
15
30
45
60
Service, Hours
75
Tape Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
90
2
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5
Service, Hours
4.0
4.5
5.0
0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
200
300
400
500
600
5
10
15
20
Service, Hours
25
30
700
75
90
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
800
Service, Hours
0
15
30
45
60
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1181A
12
Photoflash
600 mA 10 sec/min
1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
100
10
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Pager
1.2 mA Background
120 mA 10 sec/hr 24 hours/day
0
6
8
Service, Hours
Remote
24 ohms 15 seconds/day 24 hours/day
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
5.1 ohms 4 min/hour, 8 hours/day
4
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Telephone 1-800-383-7323
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Engineering Data
C
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER
NO. X93
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
1.50
7.50
12.32
12.48
24.90
26.20
46.10
46.60
48.50
50.00
Inches
0.020
0.059
0.295
0.485
0.491
0.980
1.031
1.815
1.835
1.909
1.969
Designation: ANSI-14A, IEC-LR14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 66.2 grams (2.3 oz.)
Volume: 26.9 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 8350 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. X3-335 (size “C”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
-10oC
10
1
0.1
1
10000
1000
1000
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
1
0.1
0.1
1
1
Form No. EBC - 1183C
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER
NO. X93
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
250
800
% of X93 vs. E93
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
1000
Constant Current Runtime Comparison
Typical to 1.0 volt cutoff
600
400
200
200
E93
X93
500
100
150
100
50
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
2000
90
1500
1000
Constant Current Discharge (mA)
Typical Applications
High Rate
1000 mA Continuous
Recorder
6.8 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.8
.7
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140
Service, Minutes
160
180
.7
200
0
10
15
20
25
Service, Hours
30
35
40
High Intensity Flashlight
1.5 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Stereo
2.7 ohms 1 hour / day
5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
2
4
6
8
Service, Hours
10
12
14
0
50
100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1183C
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
D
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER
NO. X95
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Millimeters
0.28
1.50
9.50
17.22
17.38
32.30
34.20
57.00
57.80
59.50
61.50
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-13A, IEC-LR20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 141.9 grams (5.0 oz.)
Volume: 55.9 cubic centimeters (3.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 18000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. X3-350 (size “D”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Inches
0.011
0.059
0.374
0.678
0.684
1.272
1.346
2.244
2.276
2.343
2.421
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
1000
Service, Hours
20oC
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
0.1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
100000
0.8
0.9
1.0
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
10000
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1184B
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER
NO. X95
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
200
600
Constant Current Runtime Comparison
Typical to 0.9 volt cutoff
E95
% of X95 vs. E95
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
450
300
X95
150
100
50
150
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
1500
90
1000
500
100
50
Constant Current Discharge (mA)
Typical Applications
High Rate
500 mA Continuous
High Rate
1000 mA Continuous
1.6
1.6
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Voltage, CCV
1.5
Voltage, CCV
1.5
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
.6
.5
.6
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
0
450
150
300
Service, Minutes
1150 1300 1450
Toy
2.2 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
1.5 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
450 600 750 900
Service, Minutes
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Service, Hours
14
16
18
0
4
8
12
16
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1184B
20
24
28
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
EVEREADY NO. 1215
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-15D, IEC-R6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 15 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts): 950 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 15 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
1.10
2.10
2.80
13.50
14.30
47.90
49.20
50.10
Form No. EBC - 3109C
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.043
0.083
0.110
0.531
0.563
1.886
1.937
1.972
EVEREADY NO. 1215
Typical Applications
Radio
1.6
Recorder
1.6
Load: 43 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Load: 10 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
.9
0.8
.8
0.7
.7
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
0
1
2
Service, Hours
6
7
8
Load: 1.8 ohms
Schedule: 15 seconds / minute
24 hours / day
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
5
Pulse Test
1.6
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
4
Service, Hours
Toy
1.6
3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
0
Service, Hours
20
40
60
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 750 ohms.
Pulse Load 4.0 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
Temperature
45ºC (113ºF)
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-21ºC (-4ºF)
Typical Ri (ohms)
0.4
0.5
0.8
5.0
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 3109C
80
100
Service, Pulses
120
140
160
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 164
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: N/A
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 24 mAh
(Rated capacity at 45,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 0.36 grams (0.013 oz.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Volume: 0.08 cubic centimeters (0.005 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.03
0.13
0.50
1.75
1.90
2.00
2.15
4.20
6.55
6.80
Inches
0.001
0.005
0.020
0.069
0.075
0.079
0.085
0.165
0.258
0.268
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 364
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1175SO, IEC-SR60/TR60
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: .31 grams (0.11 oz.)
Volume: 0.08 cubic centimeters (0.005 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 20 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 70k ohms continuous at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.06
0.002
0.13
0.005
0.50
0.020
1.75
0.069
1.95
0.077
2.00
0.079
2.15
0.085
4.30
0.169
6.65
0.262
6.80
0.268
Designed For Use On Continuous Low Drain
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
24 hours / day
0.022
Cutoff Voltage
1.6
1.3V
hours
915
1.5
70,000
Voltage, CCV
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
1.7
Internal Closed circuit voltage no less than 0.85 volts on a
Resistance load of 100 ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load
of 2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds.
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0
150
300
450
600
Service, Hours
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Temperature
21°C (70°F)
-10°C (70°F)
0%
1.58V
1.48V
40%
1.55V
1.38V
80%
1.55V
1.38V
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4322B
750
900
1050
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 201
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.38
.81
.97
1.47
2.92
3.05
3.30
11.15
11.30
(-)
1.47
.97
Recessed Negative
Contact
3.05
Typical
11.60
11.15
.81R
MAXIMUM
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.015
.032
.038
.058
.115
.120
.130
.439
.445
Designation: Not Yet Available
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 1.5 grams (.053 oz.)
Volume: .31 cubic centimeters (.019 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 53 mAh
(Rated capacity at 20K ohms continuous at 21°C)
Cell: 395
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
Typical Service to 0.8 volts
3.30 3.30
3.05 2.92
.38R
MAXIMUM
1,000
Service, Hours
(+)
45°C
20°C
100
-10°C
10
1
0.1
0.1
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1
10
100
1,000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
24 hours / day
77.5
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
20,000
1.9
1.3V
hours
695
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.10 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Closed Circuit Voltage
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (microamperes)
1.7
1.5
1.3
1.1
.09
0
140
280
420
560
700
Hours of Service
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS -
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.58V
1.56V
1.56V
-10°C (14°F)
1.55V
1.45V
1.46V
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 9V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1222
Dimensions (mm)
CL
17.50
15.50
CL
12.95
12.45
26.40
25.30
(+)
Inches
.490
.510
.610
.689
.996
1.039
1.669
1.826
1.843
1.909
Designation: ANSI-1604D, IEC-6F22
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 37 grams (1.3 oz.)
Volume: 20.3 cubic centimeters (1.2 cubic inch)
Cells: Six No. 118P in series
Jacket: Metal
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
Typical Service to 4.8 volts
10,000
45°C
1,000
Service, Hours
(-)
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
25.30
26.40
42.39
46.38
46.80
48.50
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
48.50
46.38
46.80
42.39
20°C
100
-10°C
10
1
0.1
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1,000
1,000
100
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
4.8V
5.4V
6.0V
6.6V
7.2V
7.8V
10
4.8V
5.4V
6.0V
10
6.6V
7.2V
7.8V
1
10
100
1,000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3112B
10,000
1
1
10
Discharge Current, mA
100
EVEREADY NO. 1222
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Toy
10
10
Load: 270 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
9
9
8
8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Load: 620 ohms
Schedule: 2 hours / day
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
0
5
10
15
30
25
20
35
4
40
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
8
Calculator
16
10
Load: 180 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
Load: 180 ohms
Schedule: 0.5 hour / day
9
9
8
8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
14
Recorder
10
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
12
10
Service, Hours
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Service, Hours
7
8
9
10
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Service, Hours
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 226
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1600, IEC-6F24
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 45 grams (1.6 oz.)
Volume: 22 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Cells: Six No. 127 in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
24.60
25.40
40.90
42.50
47.60
49.20
25.40
24.60
49.20
42.50
40.90 47.60
Inches
.969
1.000
1.610
1.673
1.874
1.937
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Engineering Data
AAAA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER
NO. E96
Dimensions (mm)
Inches
0.003
0.028
0.091
0.150
0.303
0.327
1.602
1.634
1.673
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
1000
Service, Hours
Millimeters
0.08
0.70
2.30
3.80
7.70
8.30
40.70
41.50
42.50
Designation: ANSI-25A
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 6.5 grams (0.2 oz.)
Volume: 2.2 cubic centimeters (0.1cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 595 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-0316 (size “AAAA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
45C
20C
100
10
–10C
1
0.1
1
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1000
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1000
1000
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
Service Hours
100
Service, Hours
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1106D
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
ENERGIZER
NO. E96
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20ºC (70ºF)
2.0
Internal Resistance (Ohms)
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
.8
.6
.4
.2
.0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Flashlight
Radio
1.6
1.6
Load: 5.1 ohms
Schedule: 5 min / day
1.5
1.4
Voltage, CCV
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Load: 75 ohms
Schedule: 1 hr / day
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
0
Service, Minutes
5
10
15
25
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 1106D
20
30
35
40
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 311
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-Not Yet Available
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 0.32 grams (0.011 oz.)
Volume: 0.074 cubic centimeters (0.005 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 10.5 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 70k ohms continuous at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.01
0.000
0.15
0.006
0.20
0.008
0.50
0.020
0.75
0.030
0.90
0.035
0.95
0.037
1.05
0.041
7.00
0.276
8.00
0.315
9.35
0.368
9.50
0.374
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
1.7
Voltage, CCV
1.6
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0
100
200
300
Service, Hours
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
24 hours / day
0.22
70,000
Cutoff Voltage
1.3V
hours
499
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4304A
400
500
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 313
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1152M, IEC-MR44
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 245 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 6,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 2.6 grams (0.09 oz.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
4.50
4.75
5.08
5.35
7.20
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
0.200
0.211
0.283
0.445
0.457
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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ENERGIZER NO. 357
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.20
1.50
4.57
4.83
5.10
5.35
5.35
7.20
5.10
11.30
4.83
11.60
4.57
(-)
11.60
11.30
7.20
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.008
.059
.180
.190
.201
.211
.283
.445
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1131SO, IEC-SR44
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 2.3 grams (.08 oz.)
Volume: .57 cubic centimeters (.035 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 175 mAh
(Rated capacity at 6.5K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.20 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
-HIGH PULSE DRAIN ON DEMAND
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.238
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
6,500
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
734
1.0
0
125
250
375
500
625
750
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.3 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
100 ohms for 5.0 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4319A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.55V
1.40V
1.34V
-10°C (14°F)
1.35V
1.06V
0.90V
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 314
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: IEC - SR716W
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 0.35 grams (0.012 oz.)
Volume: 0.081 cubic centimeters (0.005 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 17 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 70k ohms continuous at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.03
0.001
0.15
0.006
1.50
0.059
1.65
0.065
5.40
0.213
7.75
0.305
7.90
0.311
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
1.7
Voltage, CCV
1.6
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
HIGH PULSE DRAIN ON DEMAND
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0
130
260
390
520
Service, Hours
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
24 hours / day
0.22
70,000
Cutoff Voltage
1.3V
hours
769
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 315
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.02
.25
.80
1.40
1.45
1.62
1.65
5.90
7.67
7.90
(-)
1.65
1.45
1.62
1.40
7.90
7.67
5.90
Typical
0.8R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.001
.010
.031
.055
.057
.064
.065
.232
.302
.311
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1187SO, IEC-SR67
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: .33 grams (.012 oz.)
Volume: .08 cubic centimeters (.005 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 21 mAh
(Rated capacity at 70K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.25 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.02 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.022
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
70,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
948
1.0
0
95 190 285 380 475 570 665 760 855 950
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 0.90 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4306A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.58V
1.56V
1.56V
-10°C (14°F)
1.43V
1.39V
1.43V
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 323
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1156M, IEC-MR48
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 100 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 13,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 1.4 grams (0.05 oz.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.25
1.50
3.80
4.52
4.78
5.08
5.35
7.62
7.90
Inches
0.005
0.010
0.059
0.150
0.178
0.188
0.200
0.211
0.300
0.311
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ENERGIZER NO. 309
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.25
1.50
4.52
4.78
4.90
5.08
5.35
7.62
7.90
(-)
5.35
5.08
4.78
4.52
7.90
7.62
4.90
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.010
.059
.178
.188
.193
.200
.211
.300
.311
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1136SO, IEC-SR48
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.13 grams (.04 oz.)
Volume: .26 cubic centimeters (.016 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 70 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.25 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.103
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
15,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
677
1.0
0
90
180
270
360
450
540
630
720
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.00 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4303A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.57V
1.55V
1.54V
-10°C (14°F)
1.44V
1.40V
1.42V
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ENERGIZER NO. 325
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1155M, IEC-MR41
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 55 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 13K ohms @ 20oC)
Typical Weight: 0.9 grams (0.01 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.01 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.03
0.25
1.50
2.77
3.02
3.30
3.40
3.55
7.62
7.90
Inches
0.001
0.010
0.059
0.109
0.119
0.130
0.134
0.140
0.300
0.311
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ENERGIZER NO. 384
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.03
.25
1.50
2.70
3.00
3.30
3.60
4.90
7.62
7.90
(-)
3.60
3.30
3.00
2.70
7.90
7.62
4.90
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.001
.010
.059
.106
.118
.130
.142
.193
.300
.311
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1134SO, IEC-SR41
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: .57 grams (.020 oz.)
Volume: .18 cubic centimeters (.011 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 41 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.25 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.03 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.103
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
15,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
400
1.0
0
70
140
210
280
350
420
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.00 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4333B
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.57V
1.55V
1.54V
-10°C (14°F)
1.44V
1.44V
1.43V
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Zinc Chloride 4.5V
EVEREADY NO. 333-CZ
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Battery Voltage: 4.5 Volts
Average Weight: 25.5 grams (0.9 oz.)
Volume: 16.5 cubic centimeters (0.65 cubic inch)
Cell: Six No. 108 (ANSI F12)
(two parallel strings of three in series)
Terminals: Flat contacts
Jacket: Metal
Millimeters
1.590
9.530
16.810
49.910
Inches
0.063
0.375
0.662
1.965
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ENERGIZER NO. 343
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1154M, IEC-MR42
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 120 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 13K ohms @ 20oC)
Typical Weight: 1.7 grams (0.06 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.05
0.25
1.50
2.69
2.95
3.30
3.50
5.50
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.002
0.010
0.059
0.106
0.116
0.130
0.138
0.217
0.445
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. 344
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.25
1.60
2.87
3.12
3.33
3.60
3.60
7.10
3.33
11.30
3.12
11.60
2.87
(-)
11.60
11.30
7.10
Typical
1.6R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.010
.063
.113
.123
.131
.142
.280
.445
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1139SO, IEC-SR42
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.6 grams (.06 oz.)
Volume: .37 cubic centimeters (.023 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 105 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.25 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.103
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
15,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1,016
1.0
0
170
340
510
680
850
1020
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 0.90 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4316A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.58V
1.56V
1.56V
-10°C (14°F)
1.46V
1.44V
1.48V
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ENERGIZER NO. 354
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1153M, IEC-MR43
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 160 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 6,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 2.0 grams (0.07 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
3.38
3.63
3.89
4.15
6.40
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.133
0.143
0.153
0.163
0.252
0.445
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. 301
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.20
1.50
3.38
3.63
3.81
4.20
4.20
6.70
3.81
11.30
3.63
11.60
3.38
(-)
11.60
11.30
6.70
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.008
.059
.133
.143
.150
.165
.265
.445
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1132SO, IEC-SR43
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.7 grams (.06 oz.)
Volume: .44 cubic centimeters (.027 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 110 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.20 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.103
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
15,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1,064
1.0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 0.95 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4301A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.58V
1.56V
1.56V
-10°C (14°F)
1.46V
1.43V
1.50V
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ENERGIZER NO. 355
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag 0)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1140S0
Voltage: 1.5V
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 volts): 240 mAh
o
(Rated Capacity at 6.5K ohms continuous @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 3.69 grams (.13 oz.)
Volume: .92 cubic centimeters (0.06 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.38
0.64
1.50
3.33
3.84
4.32
4.85
9.90
15.24
15.50
Inches
0.015
0.025
0.059
0.131
0.151
0.170
0.191
0.390
0.600
0.610
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ENERGIZER NO. 387
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1151M, IEC-MR42
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 80 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 13,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 1.4 grams (0.05 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.18
0.33
3.30
3.60
6.48
6.73
9.30
9.50
11.25
11.60
Inches
0.007
0.013
0.130
0.142
0.255
0.265
0.366
0.374
0.443
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. 387S
Dimensions (mm)
(+)
3.60
3.30
11.60
11.25
9.50
9.30
Millimeters
.18
.33
3.30
3.60
6.48
6.73
9.30
9.50
11.25
11.60
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.007
.013
.130
.142
.255
.265
.366
.374
.443
.457
Designation: IEC-SR42
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.0 grams (.035 oz.)
Volume: .30 cubic centimeters (.02 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 60 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(-)
.33
.18
Plastic
Grommet
6.73
6.48
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.103
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
15,000
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
600
1.0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 0.90 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
2,000 ohms for 0.0078 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4335A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.57V
1.55V
1.55V
-10°C (14°F)
1.36V
1.38V
1.44V
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ENERGIZER NO. 388
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1157M
Average Service Capacity (to 1.2 volts): 60 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 20,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 1.1 grams (0.04 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.01 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.25
1.50
2.54
2.79
3.05
3.30
5.00
8.59
8.85
Inches
0.005
0.010
0.059
0.100
0.110
0.120
0.130
0.197
0.338
0.348
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LeClanche 15V
EVEREADY NO. 417
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide
(Zn/MnO2)
Battery Voltage: 15 Volts
Average Weight: 51.0 grams (1.8 oz.)
Volume: 30.6 cubic centimeters (1.87 cubic inch)
Cell: Ten No. 132 (ANSI F30) in series
Terminals: Flat contacts with holes
Millimeters
2.38
5.56
7.94
23.00
24.60
31.75
33.34
37.31
39.69
Inches
0.094
0.219
0.313
0.906
0.969
1.251
1.314
1.470
1.564
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Zinc Chloride 15V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 411
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
FLAT CONTACT TYPE
WITH HOLES .80 DIAMETER
Millimeters
.80
5.60
14.00
16.10
24.60
26.20
35.00
37.00
5.60R
Typical
16.10
14.00
26.20
24.60
Inches
.031
.220
.551
.634
.969
1.031
1.378
1.457
Designation: ANSI-208, IEC-10F20
Battery Voltage: 15 Volts
Average Weight: 27 grams (1.0 oz.)
Volume: 15 cubic centimeters (0.9 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 140 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Ten No. 112 in series
Jacket: Metal
.80
Minimum
(+)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 12V: 0.8 milliamperes
Load: 15,000 ohms
37.00
35.00
15
Closed Circuit Voltage
(-)
.80
Minimum
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 12V
Schedule (milliamperes)
4 hours / day
0.8
15,000
13
12
11
10
9
8
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
14
0
30
60
90
120
Hours of Service
8.0V 9.0V 10V 11V 12V 13V
hours
209 197 184 167 134
55
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EPS - 3218B
150
180
210
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 67.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 457
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-203, IEC-45F30
Battery Voltage: 67.5 Volts
Average Weight: 227 grams (8.0 oz.)
Volume: 154 cubic centimeters (9.4 cubic inch)
Cells: Eighty eight No. 112-Two parallel strings of four
in series.
Dimensions (mm)
38.20
38.00
35.40
34.00
8.70
7.90
71.40
69.90
(-)
(+)
61.90 63.50
60.30 61.90
Millimeters
7.90
8.70
34.00
35.40
38.00
38.20
60.30
61.90
63.50
69.90
71.40
Inches
.311
.343
1.339
1.394
1.496
1.504
2.374
2.437
2.500
2.752
2.811
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Zinc Chloride 67.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 467
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
(-)
34.90
33.30
Millimeters
7.90
9.50
33.30
34.90
37.90
38.20
69.90
71.40
89.70
91.30
92.50
94.10
(+)
9.50
7.90
38.20
37.90
71.40
69.90
Inches
.311
.374
1.311
1.374
1.492
1.504
2.752
2.811
3.531
3.594
3.642
3.705
Designation: ANSI-200, IEC-45F40
Battery Voltage: 67.5 Volts
Average Weight: 343 grams (12.1 oz.)
Volume: 228 cubic centimeters (13.9 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 550 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Forty Five No. 130 in series
Jacket: Metal
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 54V: 0.8 milliamperes
Load: 67,500
70
Closed Circuit Voltage
94.10 91.30
92.50 89.70
65
60
55
50
45
40
0
80
160 240 320 400 480 560 640 720
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 54V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
36V 40.5V 45V 49.5 54V 58.5V
hours
4 hours / day
0.8
67,500
-
720 678 603 448 260
4 hours / day
7.2
7,500
-
71
66
42
28
11
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Form No. EPS - 3224B
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 460
Chemical System: LeClanche
Designation: N/A
Typical Weight: N/A
Volume: N/A
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.20
2.00
5.20
5.60
6.40
8.30
9.10
15.50
15.90
16.30
16.70
33.30
34.90
47.20
48.00
57.90
59.10
59.70
61.70
Inches
0.047
0.079
0.205
0.220
0.252
0.327
0.358
0.610
0.626
0.642
0.657
1.311
1.374
1.858
1.890
2.280
2.327
2.350
2.429
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 45V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 455
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
38.20
37.90
(-)
25.40
23.80
Millimeters
7.90
8.70
23.80
25.40
37.90
38.20
65.90
67.50
90.10
91.70
92.10
93.60
(+)
8.70
7.90
67.50
65.90
Inches
.311
.343
.937
1.000
1.492
1.504
2.594
2.657
3.547
3.610
3.626
3.685
Designation: ANSI-201, IEC-30F40
Battery Voltage: 45 Volts
Average Weight: 231 grams (8.2 oz.)
Volume: 157 cubic centimeters (9.6 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 550 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Thirty No. 130 in series
Jacket: Paper
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 36V: 0.8 milliamperes
Load: 45,000 ohms
45
Closed Circuit Voltage
93.60 91.70
92.10 90.10
42
39
36
33
30
27
24
0
100
200
300
400
Hours of Service
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 36V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
24V 27V 30V 33V 36V 39V
hours
4 hours / day
0.8
45,000
-
4 hours / day
7.2
5,000
70
695 638 512 350 130
62
52
39
28
12
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Form No. EPS - 3223B
500
600
700
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 22.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 763
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
19.10
40.50
43.60
50.00
51.60
61.10
62.70
76.20
77.80
90.50
92.10
51.60
50.00
43.60
40.50
19.10
Typical
Inches
.752
1.594
1.717
1.969
2.031
2.406
2.469
3.000
3.063
3.563
3.626
Designation: ANSI-710
Battery Voltage: 22.5 Volts
Average Weight: 372 grams (13.2 oz.)
Volume: 311 cubic centimeters (19 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 1.7 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Forty Five No. 130-Three parallel strings of fifteen in series
Jacket: Paper
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 24 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 18V: 3.6 milliamperes
Load: 5,000 ohms
92.10
90.50
(-)
Closed Circuit Voltage
25.5
(+)
77.80
76.20 62.70
61.10
22.5
19.5
16.5
13.5
10.5
7.5
0
75
150
225
300
Hours of Service
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 18V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
3.6
5,000
4 hours / day
14.4
1,250
12V 13.5V 15V 16.5V 18V 19.5V
hours
-
-
491 435 347 227
135 125 112
92
75
46
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Form No. EPS - 3233B
375
450
525
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 90V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 490
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-204, IEC-60F40
Battery Voltage: 90 Volts
Average Weight: 460 grams (16.2 oz.)
Volume: 306 cubic centimeters (18.7 cubic inch)
Cells: Sixty No. 135 in series.
Dimensions (mm)
(-)
(+)
63.80
63.20
94.50
92.90
34.90
33.30
9.50
7.90
92.90 94.10
91.30 92.50
Millimeters
7.90
9.50
33.30
34.90
63.20
63.80
91.30
92.50
92.90
94.10
94.50
Inches
.311
.374
1.311
1.374
2.488
2.512
3.594
3.642
3.657
3.705
3.720
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Zinc Chloride 30V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 413
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
5.60R
Typical
FLAT CONTACT TYPE
WITH HOLES 2.4 DIAMETER
Millimeters
.80
2.40
5.60
14.00
16.00
24.60
26.20
62.50
65.00
16.00
14.00
26.20
24.60
.80
Minimum
(+)
Inches
.031
.094
.220
.551
.630
.969
1.031
2.461
2.559
Designation: ANSI-210, IEC-20F20
Battery Voltage: 30 Volts
Average Weight: 48 grams (1.7 oz.)
Volume: 27 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 140 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Twenty No. 112 in series
Jacket: Metal
65.00
62.50
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 24V: 0.8 milliamperes
Load: 30,000 ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
34
(-)
.80
Minimum
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 24V
Schedule (milliamperes)
4 hours / day
0.8
30,000
26
22
18
14
10
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
30
0
25
50
75
100
Hours of Service
16V 18V 20V 22V 24V 26V
hours
162 151 147 138 115
77
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Form No. EPS - 3220B
125
150
175
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 45V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 415
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
16.10
14.30
Millimeters
12.60
12.80
14.30
16.10
25.10
26.60
88.50
90.50
91.00
92.50
12.80
12.60
26.60
25.10
(-)
(+)
Inches
.496
.504
.563
.634
.988
1.047
3.484
3.563
3.583
3.642
Designation: ANSI-213, IEC-30F20
Battery Voltage: 45 Volts
Average Weight: 76 grams (2.7 oz.)
Volume: 53 cubic centimeters (3.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 140 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Thirty No. 112 in series
Jacket: Metal
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 36V: 2.9 milliamperes
Load: 12,500 ohms
90.50 92.50
88.50 91.00
Closed Circuit Voltage
51
45
39
33
27
21
15
0
Typical Drains
@ 36V
Schedule (milliamperes)
4 hours / day
2.9
5
10
15
20
25
Hours of Service
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
12,500
24V 27V 30V 33V 36V 39V
hours
38
35
33
31
15
4
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Form No. EPS - 3221B
30
35
40
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1209
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
27.00
23.00
(+)
(-)
Designation: ANSI-908D, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 600 grams (21.2 oz.)
Volume: 492 cubic centimeters (30 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 12.0 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series.
Jacket: Plastic
68.20
65.00
15.90
Typical
68.20
65.00
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
15.90
23.00
27.00
65.00
68.20
82.60
96.00
101.60
103.20
107.00
115.00
115.00
103.20 107.00
96.00
Inches
.626
.906
1.063
2.559
2.685
3.252
3.780
4.000
4.063
4.213
4.528
THIS BATTERY SHALL PASS FREELY THROUGH A
CYLINDRICAL TUBE 82.6 DIAMETER X 101.6 LONG.
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1,000
3.0V
3.6V
3.0V
3.6V
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1,000
4.4V
4.8V
5.2V
10
1
4.4V
4.8V
5.2V
10
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3107B
100
1,000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. 1209
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Lighting
Lighting
6.8
6.8
Load: 33 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes ON /
30 minutes OFF /
8 consecutive
hours / day
6.0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
6.0
Load: 16 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes ON /
30 minutes OFF /
8 consecutive
hours / day
5.2
4.4
5.2
4.4
3.6
3.6
2.8
2.8
0
8
16
24
32
40
48
2.0
56
0
5
15
10
Service, Hours
Lighting
6.8
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 24 hours / day
6.0
6.0
5.2
5.2
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
30
Lighting
6.8
4.4
3.6
2.8
2.8
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Service, Hours
This measurement is an approximation
of the battery’s actual internal resistance.
It is sensitive to the loads selected and
operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms, Pulse Load 10
ohms, Pulse Duration 1 second.
Temperature
Typical Ri ( ohms )
45°C ( 113°F ) . . . . . . . . . . 0.7
21°C ( 70°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . 0.9
0°C ( 32°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0
-20°C ( -4°F ) . . . . . . . . . . .10.0
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes ON /
30 minutes OFF /
8 consecutive
hours / day
4.4
3.6
2.0
25
20
Service, Hours
2.0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Service, Hours
INTERNAL
RESISTANCE
VS
TEMPERATURE
Form No. EPS - 3107B
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Classic
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 510S
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
22.20
Typical
(+)
(-)
Designation: ANSI-915, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 600 grams (21.2 oz.)
Volume: 485.7 cubic centimeters (29.6 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 11.0 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series.
Jacket: Plastic
68.20
65.00
15.90
Typical
68.20
65.00
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
15.90
21.80
23.40
65.00
68.20
82.60
96.00
101.60
103.20
107.00
112.00
109.50
98.50 107.00
96.00
Inches
.626
.858
.921
2.559
2.685
3.252
3.780
4.000
4.063
4.213
4.409
THIS BATTERY SHALL PASS FREELY THROUGH A
CYLINDRICAL TUBE 82.6 DIAMETER X 101.6 LONG.
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
10,000
1,000
1,000
3.0V
3.6V
3.0V
3.6V
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10,000
4.4V
4.8V
5.2V
10
1
0.1
4.4V
4.8V
5.2V
10
1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3106C
100
1,000
0.1
1
10
100
1,000
Discharge Current, mA
10,000
EVEREADY NO. 510S
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Lighting
Lighting
6.8
6.8
6.0
6.0
5.2
5.2
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
4.4
4.4
3.6
3.6
2.8
2.8
2.0
0
3
6
9
12
2.0
15
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes ON /
30 minutes OFF /
8 consecutive
hours / day
0
2
4
Service, Hours
8
6
10
Service, Hours
Lighting
6.8
Load: 33 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes ON /
30 minutes OFF /
8 consecutive
hours / day
Voltage, CCV
6.0
5.2
4.4
3.6
2.8
2.0
This measurement is an approximation
of the battery’s actual internal resistance.
It is sensitive to the loads selected and
operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms, Pulse Load 10
ohms, Pulse Duration 1 second.
Temperature
Typical Ri ( ohms )
45°C ( 113°F ) . . . . . . . . . . 0.7
21°C ( 70°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . 0.8
0°C ( 32°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0
-20°C ( -4°F ) . . . . . . . . . . .10.0
INTERNAL
RESISTANCE
VS
TEMPERATURE
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Service, Hours
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EPS - 3106C
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 520
Chemical System:Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-930A, IEC-4LR20-2
Typical Weight: 1.12 kilograms (39.51 oz.)
Volume: 883 cubic centimeters (53.9 cubic in.)
Cells: Four No. 3-361 in series
Jacket: Metal
Terminals: Insulated Knurl / Screw Post
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
7.90
50.00
53.20
64.30
67.50
75.40
77.00
115.10
118.30
137.30
140.50
Inches
0.311
1.969
2.094
2.531
2.657
2.969
3.031
4.531
4.657
5.406
5.531
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER NO. 521
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-918A, IEC-4LR25-2
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Terminal: Plastic Knurl / Screw Post
Average Weight: 1.9 kilograms (67.3oz.)
Volume: 1123 cubic centimeters (68.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 52 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Eight No. 3-361Two parallel strings of four in series
Jacket: Metal
Millimeters
16.00
69.00
73.00
75.40
77.00
109.50
112.70
122.20
125.4
132.5
136.5
Form No. EBC - 1107C
Inches
0.630
2.717
2.874
2.969
3.031
4.311
4.437
4.811
4.937
5.217
5.374
ENERGIZER NO. 521
Typical Applications
BarricadeLighting
Portable
Flasher
6.5
7.0
Load: 5 ohms
Schedule: 24 hours / day
6.0
6.0
5.5
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 24 hours / day
6.0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
7.0
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.0
3.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
0
7 7
14
28
3528
1421
21
Service,
Service, Hours
Hours
42 3549
56
42
0
10
20
30
40
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 1107C
50
60
Service, Hours
70
80
90
100
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 523
Chemical System:Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1306AP, IEC-3LR50
Typical Weight: 31 grams (1.09 oz.)
Volume: 11 cubic centimeters (0.67 cubic in.)
Cells: Three No. 3-0663 in series
Jacket: Metal
Terminals: Flat contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.25
11.40
16.46
16.85
48.44
48.77
48.84
49.95
Inches
0.010
0.449
0.648
0.663
1.907
1.920
1.923
1.966
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 4.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN133A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1306A, IEC-3LR50
Battery Voltage: 4.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 27 grams (1.0 oz.)
Volume: 11.4 cubic centimeters (0.7 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.7 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 650 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Three No 1A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
48.80
49.90
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
1.921
1.965
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
4.5
Voltage, CCV
4.2
3.9
3.6
3.3
3.0
2.7
0
Schedule
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
5.7
650
40
Cutoff Voltage
2.7V
hours
114
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EBC - 1212B
60
80
Service, Hours
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Typical Drains
3.75V
(milliamperes)
20
100
120
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ENERGIZER NO. 531
Chemical System:Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1307AP, IEC-3LR50
Typical Weight: 32.5 grams (1.15 oz.)
Volume: 11.5 cubic centimeters (0.7 cubic in.)
Cells: Three No. 3-0663 in series
Jacket: Metal
Terminals: ANSI Miniature Snap
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
16.46
16.85
48.44
48.84
57.15
58.30
Inches
0.648
0.663
1.907
1.923
2.250
2.295
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 538
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1313AP,
Voltage: 4.5 Volts
Typical Capacity (to 2.7V): 165 mAh
(Rated capacity at 2.5K ohms continuous at 21oC)
Typical Weight: 12.2 grams (.43 oz.)
Volume: 7.4 cubic centimeters (0.45 cubic in.)
Cells: Three No. 1522 in series
Jacket: Plastic
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
9.91
10.41
10.92
11.45
16.51
17.00
30.70
39.88
40.65
Inches
0.390
0.410
0.430
0.451
0.650
0.669
1.210
1.570
1.600
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 544
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1406SOP, IEC-4SR44
Battery Voltage: 6.2 Volts
Average Weight: 14.2 grams (0.50 oz.)
Volume: 3.2 cubic centimeters (0.20 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6 Volt): 200 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 30k ohms continuous at 21°C)
Cell: Four EPX76 in series
Millimeters Inches
0.03
0.001
0.33
0.013
0.76
0.030
1.27
0.050
6.10
0.240
6.20
0.244
12.06
0.475
12.95
0.510
24.48
0.964
25.15
0.990
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
7.0
Voltage, CCV
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
DESIGNED FOR GENERAL ELECTRONICS APPLICATION
WHICH MAY REQUIRE HIGH RATE PULSE
0
200
400
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 5.50V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
24 hours / day
0.183
30,000
Cutoff Voltage
3.6V
hours
1,085
Internal Closed circuit voltage no less than 4.20 volts on a
Resistance load of 400 ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
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Form No. EBC - 4351A
600
800
Service, Hours
1000
1200
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. A544
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1414A IEC-4LR44
Battery Voltage: 6.0 Volts
Average Weight: 11.0 grams (0.39 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.20 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6 Volt): 150 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 30k ohms continuous at 21°C)
Cell: Four A76 in series
Millimeters Inches
0.05
0.002
0.76
0.030
6.30
0.248
12.06
0.475
12.95
0.510
24.48
0.964
25.15
0.990
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
6.5
Voltage, CCV
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PHOTO USE
0
150
300
450
600
Service, Hours
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 5.0V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
24 hours / day
0.16
30,000
Cutoff Voltage
3.6V
hours
892
Internal Closed circuit voltage no less than 3.4 volts on a
Resistance load of 25 ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4409B
750
900
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. L544
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters Inches
0.03
0.001
0.33
0.013
0.76
0.030
1.27
0.050
6.10
0.240
6.35
0.250
12.32
0.485
12.83
0.505
24.49
0.964
25.15
0.990
Designation: IEC - 2CR11108
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 9 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 4.0 Volt): 160 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 30k ohms at 21oC)
Max. reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
(Circuit to Limit Charging Through Reverse Leakage Current)
Recommended Maximum Discharge Current:
60 mA continuous - 80 mA pulse
Cells: 2-1/3N-P
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
7.0
6.5
Voltage, CCV
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
0
100
200
300
400
500
Service, Hours
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21oC (70oF)
Schedule
24 hours / day
INTERNAL
RESISTANCE
Typical Drains
at 5.6V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
Cutoff Voltage
186
30,000
4.0 V
Hours
860
Close circuit voltage no less than 4 volts on a load
of 100 ohms at 21ºC (70ºF) for 1.0 second.
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4206B
600
700
800
900
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 706
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-902, IEC-4R25-4
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 2.68 kilograms (94.5 oz.)
Volume: 2334 cubic centimeters (142.4 cubic inch)
Cells: Sixteen No. 60 (size "F")-Four parallel strings of four
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
13.50 R
Typical
CL
(-)
(+)
CL
71.40
68.30
146.10
139.00
219.10
215.90
163.50
149.20 159.50
146.10
Millimeters
13.50
68.30
71.40
139.00
146.10
149.20
159.50
163.50
215.90
219.10
Inches
.531
2.689
2.811
5.472
5.752
5.874
6.280
6.437
8.500
8.626
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Zinc Chloride 7.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 715
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-903, IEC-5R25-4
Battery Voltage: 7.5 Volts
Average Weight: 3.46 kilograms (122.0 oz.)
Volume: 2836 cubic centimeters (173.0 cubic inch)
Cells: Twenty No. 60 (size "F")-Four parallel strings of five
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
31.80
Typical
13.50 R
Typical
Millimeters
13.50
31.80
95.30
100.10
103.20
146.10
149.20
160.30
163.50
181.10
184.20
95.30
Typical
CL
CL
(-)
(+)
103.20
100.10
184.20
181.10
149.20
146.10
163.50
160.30
Inches
.531
1.252
3.752
3.941
4.063
5.752
5.874
6.311
6.437
7.130
7.252
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Alkaline 1.5V
INDUSTRIAL
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. EN715
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-903AC, IEC-5LR25-2
Battery Voltage: 7.5 Volts
Average Weight: 2.3 Kilograms (81.4 oz.)
Volume: 1570 cubic centimeters (95.8 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 43 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cell: Ten No. 3-361- Two parallel strings of five in series.
Jacket: Metal
13.50 R
Typical
95.30
Typical
(-)
31.80 103.20
Typical 100.10
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
13.50
31.80
78.20
82.80
92.40
95.30
97.00
100.10
103.20
181.10
184.20
184.20
181.10
97.00
82.80
92.40
78.20
Inches
.531
1.252
3.079
3.260
3.638
3.752
3.819
3.941
4.063
7.130
7.252
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 24 hours / day
Typical Drain @ 6.0V: 2439 milliamperes
Load: 2.46 ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
8
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 6.0V
Schedule (milliamperes)
6
5
4
3
2
1
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
7
0
3
6
9
12
15
Hours of Service
3.25V 3.75V 4.5V 5.0V
hours
5.5V
6.0V
30 minutes ON
30 minutes OFF
8 hours / day
750
8
68
62
52
46
37
19
24 hours / day
2439
2.46
-
18
14
11
6
2
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EPS - 1221A
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 716
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-904, IEC-6R25-4
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 3.80 kilograms (134.0 oz.)
Volume: 3355 cubic centimeters (204.7 cubic inch)
Cells: Twenty four No. 60 (size "F")-Four parallel strings of six
in series.
Jacket: Metal
13.50 R
Typical
CL
(-)
(+)
CL 103.20
100.10
146.10
144.50
217.90
214.70
163.50
149.20 159.00
146.10
Millimeters
13.50
100.10
103.20
144.50
146.10
149.20
159.00
163.50
214.70
217.90
Inches
.531
3.941
4.063
5.689
5.752
5.874
6.260
6.437
8.453
8.579
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Zinc Chloride 6V
Classic
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 731
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-918, IEC-4R25-2
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 1.25 kilograms (44.1 oz.)
Volume: 1123 cubic centimeters (68.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Eight No. 60 (size "F")-Two parallel strings of four
in series.
Jacket: Metal
15.90 R
Typical
CL
(-)
)+(
73.00
69.10
CL
77.00
75.40
136.50
132.50
125.40
112.70 122.20
109.50
Millimeters
15.90
69.10
73.00
75.40
77.00
109.50
112.70
122.20
125.40
132.50
136.50
Inches
.626
2.720
2.874
2.969
3.031
4.311
4.437
4.811
4.937
5.217
5.374
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Zinc Chloride 6V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV131
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-918CD, IEC-4R25X
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 1.25 kilograms (44.1 oz.)
Volume: 1123 cubic centimeters (68.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6Volts): 10 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Eight No. 60 (size “F”)-Two parallel strings of four in series
Terminals: Insulated Knurl / Screw Post
Jacket: Plastic
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
69.00
73.00
75.40
77.00
109.50
114.00
127.00
132.50
136.50
Inches
2.717
2.874
2.969
3.031
4.311
4.488
5.000
5.217
5.374
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT DISCHARGE
Typical Service
1000
10000
3.0
3.6
4.4
100
Service Hours
Service, Hours
1000
3.0
3.6
4.4
4.8
5.2
10
100
4.8
5.2
10
1
1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EBC - 3235
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
EVEREADY NO. EV131
Typical Applications
Lighting
Lighting
6.8
6.8
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
5.2
6.0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
6.0
Load: 8.2 ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes / day
4.4
5.2
4.4
3.6
3.6
2.8
2.8
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
Lighting
6.8
6.0
Voltage, CCV
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Load: 110 ohms
Schedule:
12 hours/day
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms.
Pulse Load 10 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
5.2
4.4
Temperature
45ºC (113ºF)
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-21ºC (-4ºF)
3.6
2.8
0
75
150
225
300
375
450
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 3235
Typical Ri (ohms)
1.6
0.7
0.8
10
28
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Zinc Chloride 1.5V
ENERGIZER NO. 735
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-900, IEC-R25-4
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 653 grams (23.0 oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in parallel
Jacket: Metal
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts): 44 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Millimeters
9.50
15.90
31.80
34.90
65.10
66.70
96.00
97.60
107.10
109.50
Inches
0.374
0.626
1.252
1.374
2.563
2.626
3.780
3.843
4.217
4.311
Less Than 150 Parts per Million Mercury
Consult Eveready For Current
Zero Added Mercury Status
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
EVEREADY NO. EN6
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-906AC, IEC-LR40
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 482 grams (17.1 oz.)
Volume: 594 cubic centimeters (36.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 52 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Two No. 3-361 in parallel
Jacket: Plastic Label
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters Inches
25.40
1.000
28.50
1.122
63.50
2.500
66.70
2.626
149.20
5.874
155.60
6.126
160.00
6.299
170.00
6.693
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
1.2V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
Cutoff Voltage
24 hours / day
4
300
4 minutes / hour
10 hours / day
7 days / week
180
6.67
0.85V
0.9V 0.93V
days
480
330
24 hours / day
120
10
hours
380
1 hour / 7hours
1 hour / 17hours
450
2.67
90
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule:
24 hours / day
120 milliamperes
Typical Drain at 1.2V:
Load:
10 ohms
1.7
Temperature
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-20ºC (-4ºF)
Typical Ri (ohms)
0.1
0.2
1.0
1.5
Voltage, CCV
INTERNAL RESISTANCE vs. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an
approximation of the battery's
actual internal resistance. It is
sensitive to the loads selected and
operator technique.
SCHEDULE:
Background load 40 ohms, Pulse
load 1.0 ohm, Pulse duration 1
1.3
1.1
0.9
0.7
0.5
0
100
200
Hours of Service
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 1209B
300
400
500
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 4.5V
No Added Mercury / Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 736
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-3, IEC-3R25
Battery Voltage: 4.5 Volts
Average Weight: 455 grams (16.0 oz.)
Volume: 339 cubic centimeters (20.7 cubic inch)
Cells: Three No. 60 (size "F") in series.
Millimeters
3.20
4.00
14.30
18.30
31.80
33.30
98.40
100.10
101.60
CL
(-)
(+)
33.30
31.80
100.10
98.40
14.3
Typical
(-)
(+)
18.30
DIMENSIONED SOCKET
LAYOUT-TOP VIEW
1 PIN - 3.20 DIA.
1 PIN - 4.00 DIA.
101.60
100.10
Inches
.126
.157
.563
.720
1.252
1.311
3.874
3.941
4.000
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ENERGIZER NO. 738
Chemical System:Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-205, IEC-30R6
Typical Weight: 508 grams (17.9 oz.)
Volume: 469 cubic centimeters (28.6 cubic in.)
Cells: Thirty No. 15 (size "AA") in series
Terminals: Socket
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
2.40
3.20
4.70
7.90
8.30
9.50
12.10
13.60
55.50
58.70
73.00
76.20
101.60
104.80
Inches
0.020
0.094
0.126
0.185
0.311
0.327
0.374
0.476
0.535
2.185
2.311
2.874
3.000
4.000
4.126
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Engineering Data
Leclanche 22.5V, 45V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
ENERGIZER NO. HS14196
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-205C, IEC-30R6
Battery Voltage: 22.5, 45 Volts
Average Weight: 508 grams (18 oz.)
Volume: 469 cubic centimeters (28.6 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 950 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous at 21°C)
Cells: Thirty No. 15 (size "AA") in series
Jacket: Paper
Typical Discharge Characteristics
57
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @36V: 3.6 milliamperes
Load: 10,000 Ohms
51
Voltage, CCV
Millimeters Inches
0.50
0.020
2.40
0.094
3.20
0.126
4.70
0.185
7.90
0.311
8.30
0.327
9.50
0.374
12.10
0.476
13.60
0.535
55.50
2.185
58.70
2.311
73.00
2.874
76.20
3.000
101.60
4.000
104.80
4.126
45
39
33
27
21
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Service, Hours
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 36V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
4 hours / day
4 hours / day
4 hours / day
3.6
7.2
14.4
Schedule
1 second ON, 4 seconds rest.
1 second ON, 4 seconds rest.
1 second ON, 3 cycles / day
intervals of 3, 3, and 18 hours
5 days / week
10,000
5,000
2,500
Load
(ohms)
2
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Form No. EBC - 3213D
Cutoff Voltage
27V
300
140
54
30V
33V
hours
255
175
120
72
45
27
36V
100
50
18
Cutoff Amperage
2A
days
2.5A
days
3A
days
100
90
80
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ENERGIZER NO. 744
Chemical System: Zinc Chloride-Manganese
Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-6, IEC-4R25
Typical Weight: 625 grams (22 oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic in.)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series
Terminals: Socket
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
3.20
4.00
9.30
9.80
15.90
65.10
66.70
82.60
96.00
97.60
101.60
Inches
0.126
0.157
0.366
0.386
0.626
2.563
2.626
3.252
3.780
3.843
4.000
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AAA
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1212
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.10
.80
9.90
10.50
42.00
42.80
43.50
44.50
10.50
9.90
(+)
.10
Typical
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
0.75V 0.9V 1.0V
hours
4 hours / day
16
75
35
1 hour / day
120
10
210
160
130
4 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
235
5.1
110
90
pulses
70
15 seconds / minute
24 hours / day
333
3.6
240
175
130
(-)
This measurement is an approximation
of the battery’s actual internal resistance.
It is sensitive to the loads selected and
operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 750 ohms, Pulse Load 5.1
ohms, Pulse Duration 1 second.
Temperature
Typical Ri ( ohms )
45°C ( 113°F ) . . . . . . . . . . 0.5
21°C ( 70°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . 0.6
0°C ( 32°F ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.7
-20°C ( -4°F ) . . . . . . . . . . .10.0
INTERNAL
RESISTANCE
VS
TEMPERATURE
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.2V
Schedule (milliamperes)
44.50
43.50
42.80
42.00
Designation: ANSI-24D, IEC-R03
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 9.7 grams (0.31 oz.)
Volume: 4.0 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 540 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 12 (size "AAA")
Jacket: Metal
32
29
minutes
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 1.2V: 16 milliamperes
Load: 75 ohms
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
.80 Minimum
Inches
.004
.031
.390
.413
1.654
1.685
1.713
1.752
1.5
1.3
1.1
0.9
0.7
0.5
0
5
10
15
20
Hours of Service
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Form No. EPS - 3108B
25
30
35
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Engineering Data
C
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1235
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Designation: ANSI-14D, IEC-R14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 45 grams (1.6 oz.)
Volume: 25 cubic centimeters (1.5 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 3 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 35 (size "C")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
26.20
25.00
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
49.80
48.60
46.50
45.60
.70
.10
Millimeters
.10
.70
2.30
4.30
25.00
26.20
45.60
46.50
48.60
49.80
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
Reference:
4.3 diameter x 2.3 deep recess
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
10,000
1,000
1,000
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10,000
0.8V
0.9V
100
1.0V
1.1V
1.2V
10
1
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3110B
0.8V
0.9V
100
1.0V
1.1V
1.2V
10
1,000
Inches
.004
.028
.091
.169
.984
1.031
1.795
1.831
1.913
1.961
1
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. 1235
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Recorder
1.6
1.6
Load: 20 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0
10
20
30
40
Load: 6.8 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.5
0.6
50
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
1.6
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
4
16
1.1
0.9
2
14
1.2
0.9
0
12
6
Service, Hours
8
10
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 4 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
1.5
1.4
0.6
10
Portable Light
Toy
1.6
1.5
8
Service, Hours
0.6
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Service, Minutes
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Engineering Data
D
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1250
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Designation: ANSI-13D, IEC-R20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 89 grams (3.1 oz.)
Volume: 53 cubic centimeters (3.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 5.9 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 50 (size "D")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
34.10
32.50
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
61.50
59.50
57.90
56.30
1.00
.40
Millimeters
.40
1.00
3.30
7.30
32.50
34.10
56.30
57.90
59.50
61.50
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
Reference:
7.3 diameter x 3.3 deep recess
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
10,000
1,000
1,000
0.75V
0.9V
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10,000
100
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
0.1
0.1
1
10
0.75V
0.9V
100
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3111B
Inches
.016
.039
.130
.287
1.280
1.343
2.217
2.280
2.343
2.421
1,000
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. 1250
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Recorder
1.6
1.6
Load: 39 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.5
0.6
240
0
4
Service, Hours
1.4
1.4
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
20
Load: 2.2 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
16
1.6
Load: 2.2 ohms
Schedule: 4 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
1.5
12
Toy
Portable Light
1.6
8
Service, Hours
0
100
200
300
400
Service, Minutes
500
600
700
0.6
0
50
100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550
Service, Minutes
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Engineering Data
N
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. E90
Designation: ANSI-910A, IEC-LR1
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 9.0 grams (0.3oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 1000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-0411 (size “N”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
0.50
4.70
10.90
12.00
27.30
28.07
29.10
30.20
Inches
0.008
0.020
0.185
0.429
0.472
1.075
1.105
1.146
1.189
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45C
20C
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10C
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Performance
Typical Service
10000
1000
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
100
Service Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
0.1
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
10
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EBC - 1101B
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
Internal Resistance
(ohms)
ENERGIZER NO. E90
2.0
1.8
1.6
1.4
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.0
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20°C (70°F)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
Typical Applications
Portable Lighting
5.1 ohms 5 minutes / day
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.6
1.5
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Hearing Aid
300 ohms 12 hours / day
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240
Service, Hours
0
20
40
60
80
100
Service, Hours
Paging Test
3k ohms 24 hours / day
10 ohms 5 seconds / hour
1.6
1.5
3k ohms Continuous
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
Pulse
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
0
250
500
750 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250
Service, Pulses
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140
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ENERGIZER NO. 912
Chemical System: LeClanche - Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-24F, IEC-R03
Typical Weight: 8 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 4.0 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Cells: One No. 12 (size "AAA")
Terminal: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.60
9.90
10.30
42.40
43.30
43.60
44.50
Inches
0.063
0.390
0.406
1.669
1.705
1.717
1.752
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AA
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Classic
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
EVEREADY NO. 1015
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-15F, IEC-R6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 15 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts): 700 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 15 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
1.10
2.10
2.80
13.50
14.30
47.50
48.80
49.20
50.10
Form No. EBC - 3101B
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.043
0.083
0.110
0.531
0.563
1.870
1.921
1.937
1.972
EVEREADY NO. 1015
Typical Applications
Radio
Recorder
1.6
1.6
Load: 43 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.5
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.4
Load: 10 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
0
30
1
Toy
3
4
5
Pulse Test
1.6
1.6
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
1.4
Load: 1.8 ohms
Schedule: 15 seconds / minute
24 hours / day
1.5
1.4
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
2
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
0
Service, Hours
16
32
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 750 ohms.
Pulse Load 4.0 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
Temperature
45ºC (113ºF)
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-21ºC (-4ºF)
Typical Ri (ohms)
0.4
0.5
0.8
5.0
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48
Service, Minutes
64
80
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Super Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1231
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-918D, IEC-4R25-2
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 1.27 kilograms (44.7 oz.)
Volume: 1123 cubic centimeters (68.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Eight No. 60 (size "F")-Two parallel strings of four
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
15.90 R
CL
Typical
(-)
)+(
73.00
69.10
77.00
75.40
136.50
132.50
125.40
112.70 122.20
109.50
Millimeters
15.90
69.10
73.00
75.40
77.00
109.50
112.70
122.20
125.40
132.50
136.50
Inches
.626
2.720
2.874
2.969
3.031
4.311
4.437
4.811
4.937
5.217
5.374
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Zinc Chloride 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1461
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-907, IEC-4R25-4
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 2.68 kilograms (94.5 oz.)
Volume: 2334 cubic centimeters (142.4 cubic inch)
Cells: Sixteen No. 60 (size "F")-Four parallel strings of four
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
13.50 R
Typical
CL
(-)
(+)
CL
71.40
68.30
146.10
139.00
219.10
215.90
163.50
149.20 159.50
146.10
Millimeters
13.50
68.30
71.40
139.00
146.10
149.20
159.50
163.50
215.90
219.10
Inches
.531
2.689
2.811
5.472
5.752
5.874
6.280
6.437
8.500
8.626
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Zinc Chloride 12V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1463
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-922, IEC-8R25-2
Battery Voltage: 12 Volts
Average Weight: 2.66 kilograms (93.8 oz.)
Volume: 2334 cubic centimeters (142.4 cubic inch)
Cells: Sixteen No. 60 (size "F")-Two parallel strings of eight
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
13.50 R
Typical
CL
(-)
(+)
CL
71.40
68.30
146.10
139.00
219.10
215.90
163.50
149.20 159.50
146.10
Millimeters
13.50
68.30
71.40
139.00
146.10
149.20
159.50
163.50
215.90
219.10
Inches
.531
2.689
2.811
5.472
5.752
5.874
6.280
6.437
8.500
8.626
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Zinc Chloride 12V
Classic
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 732
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-926, IEC-8R25
Battery Voltage: 12 Volts
Average Weight: 1.2 kilograms (42.5 oz.)
Volume: 1182 cubic centimeters (72 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 6.0 Volts / cell): 7.5 Ah
(Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Eight No. 60 (size “F”) in series
Terminals: Insulated Knurl / Screw Post
Jacket: Plastic
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
46.80
48.40
69.00
73.00
84.90
86.50
109.50
112.70
122.20
125.40
132.50
136.50
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1000
1000
6.0V
7.2V
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
Inches
1.843
1.906
2.717
2.874
3.343
3.406
4.311
4.437
4.811
4.937
5.217
5.374
8.8V
9.6V
10.4V
10
1
6.0V
7.2V
100
8.8V
9.6V
10.4
10
1
1
Form No. EBC - 3232E
10
100
1000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
10000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
EVEREADY NO. 732
Typical Applications
Intermittent Lighting Test
13
Typical Drain @ 9.6V: 300 mA
Load: 32 ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
11
10
Typical Drain @ 9.6V: 533 mA
Load: 18 ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
12
11
Voltage, CCV
12
Voltage, CCV
ANSI Lighting Test
13
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
0
4
8
12
16
20
0
1
2
Portable Lighting Test
6
7
8
Typical Drain @ 9.6V: 600 mA
Load: 16 ohms
Schedule: 24 Hours / day
12
11
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
11
5
Continuous Lighting Test
13
Typical Drain @ 9.6V: 533 mA
Load: 18 ohms
Schedule: 30 Minutes / day
12
4
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
13
3
10
9
8
10
9
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
0
Service, Hours
2
4
Service, Hours
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms.
Pulse Load 10 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
Temperature
Typical Ri (ohms)
45ºC (113ºF)
2
2.1
21ºC (70ºF)
2.4
0ºC (32ºF)
24
-21ºC (-4ºF)
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Zinc Chloride 12V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 1862
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-935, IEC-8R25-5
Battery Voltage: 12 Volts
Average Weight: 6.3 kilograms (222.2 oz.)
Volume: 4903 cubic centimeters (299.1 cubic inch)
Cells: Forty No. 60 (size "F")-Five parallel strings of eight
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
41.30
Typical
3.20
4.00
9.40
9.60
41.30
130.20
133.40
168.30
171.50
211.10
214.30
STRAP HANDLE
(-)
133.40
130.20
(+)
(-)
(+)
9.60
9.40
214.30
211.10
DIMENSIONED SOCKET
LAYOUT-TOP VIEW
1 PIN - 3.2 DIA. (Neg.)
1 PIN - 4.0 DIA. (Pos.)
171.50
168.30
Millimeters
13.50
68.30
71.40
139.00
146.10
149.20
159.50
163.50
215.90
219.10
Inches
.531
2.689
2.811
5.472
5.752
5.874
6.280
6.437
8.500
8.626
.126
.157
.370
.378
1.626
5.126
5.252
6.626
6.752
8.311
8.437
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LeClanche 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 2356N
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1612, IEC-6F22-9
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 357 grams (12.6 oz.)
Volume: 254 cubic centimeters (15.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Fifty four No. 117 and 118-Nine parallel strings of six
in series.
Jacket: Metal
23.90
23.70
6.40 R
Typical
(-)
Dimensions (mm)
(+)
Millimeters
6.40
23.70
23.90
27.80
29.40
54.10
55.50
154.10
155.60
157.10
158.80
29.40
27.80
55.50
54.10
158.80
155.60 157.10
154.10
Inches
.252
.933
.941
1.094
1.157
2.130
2.185
6.067
6.126
6.185
6.252
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Zinc Chloride 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 2744N
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-920, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 632 grams (22.3 oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series.
Jacket: Metal
15.90
Typical
CL
CL
(-)
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
66.70
65.10
66.70
65.10
(-)
(+)
9.80
9.30
97.60
96.00
DIMENSIONED SOCKET
LAYOUT-TOP VIEW
1 PIN - 3.2 DIA.
1 PIN - 4.0 DIA.
BATTERY SHALL PASS FREELY THROUGH A
CYLINDRICAL TUBE 82.6 DIAMETER X 101.6 LONG.
Millimeters
3.20
4.00
9.30
9.80
15.90
65.10
66.70
85.60
96.00
97.60
101.60
Inches
.126
.157
.366
.386
.626
2.563
2.626
3.252
3.780
3.843
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ENERGIZER NO. 2780N
Zinc Chloride 12V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc Chloride-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-923, IEC-8R25
Typical Weight: 1.36 kilograms (47.9 oz.)
Volume: 1035 cubic centimeters (63.1 cubic in.)
Cells: Eight No. 60 (size "F") in series
Jacket: Metal
Terminal: Socket
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.40
3.20
4.00
15.90
16.40
16.90
69.00
72.20
102.4
112.7
132.5
135.7
Inches
0.094
0.126
0.157
0.626
0.646
0.665
2.717
2.843
4.031
4.437
5.217
5.343
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ENERGIZER NO. AC41E
Dimensions (mm)
8.10
Typical
1.50R
Typical
(+)
Millimeters
.20
.53
1.50
3.45
3.58
3.94
4.20
8.10
11.46
11.60
0.53
0.20
3.58 4.20
3.45 3.94
11.60
11.46
Chemical System: Zinc Air (ZnO2 )
Inches
.008
.021
.059
.136
.141
.155
.165
.319
.451
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA 7001Z, IEC-PR43
Battery Voltage: 1.4 Volts
Average Weight: 1.4 grams (0.05 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 Volt): 390 mAh
(Rated capacity at 1K ohms at 21°C)
Cell: AC41-P
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 16 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 1.3V: 2.1 & 1.3 milliamperes
Load: 625 ohms & 1K ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.7
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH
Typical Drains
@ 1.3V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
0.9V
hours
16 hours / day
1.3
1,000
300
16 hours / day
2.1
625
185
1.5
1.3
1.1
0.9
625 ohms
1K ohms
0.7
0
60
120
180
240
300
Hours of Service
IMPEDANCE The typical impedance of these cells on open circuit
and during useful discharge varies from 7-10 ohms.
This applies over a frequency range of 40-5,000 hertz
and at the current drains shown above.
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ENERGIZER NO. CC1096
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Nominal Voltage: 9.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 327 grams (11.6 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
35.31
68.07
112.14
112.65
112.42
111.61
Inches
1.390
2.680
4.415
4.435
35.31
Maximum
68.07
Maximum
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ENERGIZER NO. CCM1460
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic, JVC, RCA and GE
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 148.6 grams (5.3 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
14.22
17.78
Positive Contact
Reference Reference
Not Used
55.37
Millimeters
14.22
17.78
19.05
45.97
55.37
89.66
Inches
.560
.700
.750
1.810
2.180
3.530
Negative Contact
Reference
45.97
Reference
89.66
Reference
19.05
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CCM2460
Designation: NiCd VHS Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic, GE, JVC and RCA
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: 303.1 grams (10.7 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
89.28
Millimeters
41.53
46.10
89.28
Inches
1.635
1.815
3.515
46.10
41.53
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ENERGIZER NO. CCM4060A
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Sharp, RCA and GE
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: 328 grams (11.6 oz.)
46.48
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
46.23
46.48
89.15
46.23
Inches
1.820
1.830
3.510
89.15
Breakout Tab (JVC)
Positive Contact
Negative Contact
Negative Contact
Non - Contact
Positive Contact
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ENERGIZER NO. CCM4060M
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Sharp, RCA and GE
Nominal Voltage: 6.0 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2250 mAh
Typical Weight: 332 grams (11.8 oz.)
46.48
Reference
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
46.23
46.48
89.15
Inches
1.820
1.830
3.510
46.23
Reference
89.15
Reference
Positive Contact
Non - Contact
Negative Contact
Positive Contact
Negative Contact
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Battery Charger
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CDC100
LISTED
Designation: Universal Camcorder Battery
Conditioner and Charging System
Charge Output: 270 mA @ 7.0 VDC
220 mA @ 7.25 VDC
Input Requirements: 8.7 VDC @ 300 mA
"Refresh" Discharge: 330 mA @ 6.5 VDC
Charge Capability: Assortment of 8mm and VHS-C
Camcorder batteries
Charging Time: 6 hours (Reference)
Typical Weight: 73.7 grams ( 2.6 oz. )
Feature: Universal Camcorder Battery Charger
Dual LED’s indicate charge / discharge mode
R
97R7
"POWER ADAPTER"
LR68809
CHARGE
Dimensions (mm)
REFRESH
Millimeters
.76
1.27
1.65
1.78
5.46
18.29
19.81
25.65
35.81
45.72
59.94
65.00
114.55
115.57
59.94
35.81
65.00
115.57
114.55
5.46
Inches
.030
.050
.065
.070
.215
.720
.780
1.010
1.410
1.800
2.360
2.559
4.510
4.550
25.65
19.81
18.29
Maximum
1.27
DC INPUT 9V
+
-
1.78
Minimum
45.72
Minimum
1.65
Minimum
CHARGING JACK
+
-
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AAA
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH12
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
2.00
3.80
9.50
10.50
42.50
44.50
Inches
0.031
0.079
0.150
0.374
0.413
1.673
1.752
Designation:ANSI / NEDA-10024, IEC-KR117/45
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 9.5 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 3.8 cubic centimeters (0.23 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 220 mAh
(Based on 44 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 66 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
60 milliohms
65 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
50
1000
10000
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
Cell Voltage
1.4
22 mA
(0.1C)
1.3
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
23
20
18
1.2
Operating and Storage Temperatures
1.1
44 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH12 cells are:
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Charge @ 0.1C:
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
– 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
Storage:
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
110 mA
(0.5C)
1.3
1.2
1.1
220 mA
(1.0C)
1100 mA
(5.0C)
1.0
Important Notice
0.9
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
Form No. EBC - 6101A
120
140
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AAA
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Chemical System: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
ENERGIZER NO. NH12
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
2.00
3.80
9.50
10.50
42.50
44.50
Inches
0.031
0.079
0.150
0.374
0.413
1.673
1.752
Designation: Not Assigned
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 12 grams (0.4 oz.)
Volume: 3.8 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 750 mAh
(Based on 150 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 750 mA
Jacket: Plastic Sleeve
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
100 milliohms
120 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
1000
Cell Voltage
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
75mA
(0.1C)
0
2
150mA
(0.2C)
140mA
(0.2C)
Operating and Storage Temperatures
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the NH12 cells are:
70mA
(0.1C)
4
6
8
Hours of Discharge
10
12
Cell Voltage
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0
1500mA
(2.0C)
3.25A
(5.0C)
0.5
1
750mA
(1.0C)
700mA
(1.0C)
1.5
Hours of Discharge
Form No. EBC - 7101E
Charge @ 0.1C: 32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
Storage: – 40ºF to 122ºF (-40ºC to 50ºC)
(6 months Max.)
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC)
(2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
375mA
(0.5C)
350mA
(0.5C)
2
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
35
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AA
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH15
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.00
4.20
5.50
13.50
14.50
49.00
50.50
Inches
0.039
0.165
0.217
0.531
0.571
1.929
1.988
Designation:ANSI / NEDA-10015, IEC-KR157/51
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 22.7 grams (0.8 oz.)
Volume: 8.3 cubic centimeters (0.51 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 650 mAh
(Based on 130 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 195 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
35 milliohms
45 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
50
1000
10000
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
Cell Voltage
1.4
65 mA
(0.1C)
1.3
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
19
18
20
1.2
Operating and Storage Temperatures
1.1
130 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH15 cells are:
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Charge @ 0.1C:
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
– 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
Storage:
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
325 mA
(0.5C)
1.3
1.2
1.1
650 mA
(1.0C)
3250 mA
(5.0C)
1.0
Important Notice
0.9
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
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Engineering Data
AA
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Chemical System: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
ENERGIZER NO. NH15
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.00
4.20
5.50
13.50
14.50
49.00
50.50
Inches
0.039
0.165
0.217
0.531
0.571
1.929
1.988
Designation: Not Assigned
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 27 grams (1.0 oz.)
Volume: 8.3 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 1.7 Ah
(Based on 340 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 1700 mA
Jacket: Plastic Label
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
30 milliohms
40 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
1000
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
12
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
Cell Voltage
1.5
1.4
Operating and Storage Temperatures
170mA
(0.1C)
1.3
1.2
1.1
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the NH15 cells are:
340mA
(0.2C)
1.0
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
Charge @ 0.1C: 32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
Storage: – 40ºF to 122ºF (-40ºC to 50ºC) (6 Months Max.)
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.5
1.4
850mA
(0.5C)
1.3
1.2
3400mA
(2.0C)
1.1
1.0
1700mA
(1.0C)
Important Notice
0.9
0
0.5
1
1.5
Hours of Discharge
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Engineering Data
Battery Charger
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CH2AA
LISTED
Designation: Charge Man
Rapid Charger
Charge Output: 134 mA @ 104 VAC
175 mA @ 120 VAC
193 mA @ 127 VAC
Charge Capability: Two "AA"
Charging Time: 3 - 5 hours
Typical Weight: 368.3 grams ( 13 oz. )
Feature: Compact and lightweight
R
97R7
"POWER ADAPTER"
LR68809
31.50
14.99
47.50
Millimeters
14.99
18.03
23.62
26.92
31.50
40.89
47.50
100.08
USE INDOORS ONLY.
CHARGE ONLY RECHARGEABLE NI-CD BATTERIES.
OTHER TYPE MAY BURST CAUSING DAMAGE AND
PERSONAL INJURY.
CAUTION:
UTILISER POUR CHARGER
UNIQUEMENT LES ACCUMULATEURS DU TYPE NI-CD
D’AUTRES TYPES D’ACCUMULATEURS POURRAIENT
ECLATER ET CAUSER DES BLESSURES OU DOMMAGES.
40.89
ATTENTION:
100.08
Dimensions (mm)
Inches
.590
.710
.930
1.060
1.240
1.610
1.870
3.940
26.92
RED L.E.D.
18.03
SWITCH
DIRECTION OF
MOVEMENT
23.62
18.03
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
Rechargeable 9V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH22
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.50
13.10
14.80
16.90
25.80
26.50
43.50
46.00
46.50
48.50
Inches
0.492
0.516
0.583
0.665
1.016
1.043
1.713
1.811
1.831
1.909
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
9.0
Based on being charged at 0.10C
rate @ room temperature
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
Cell Voltage
Capacity, %
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
1000 milliohms
1500 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
50
1100
1000
950
10000
800
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
CAPACITY VS. TEMPERATURE
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
Designation:ANSI / NEDA-11604, IEC-6KR61
Battery Voltage: 7.2 Volts
Average Weight: 43 grams (1.5 oz.)
Volume: 21.7 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 120 mAh
(Based on 24 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 24mA
Jacket: Plastic Label
Degrees, Celsius
12 mA
(0.1C)
7.0
6.0
24mA
(0.2C)
60 mA
(0.5C)
5.0
4.0
CHARGE ACCEPTANCE VS. CHARGE RATE
(@ Room Temperature)
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
9.0
Cell Voltage
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH22 cells are:
32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Charge @ 0.1C:
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
– 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
Storage:
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
% of Capacity
8.0
60 mA
(0.5C)
8.0
7.0
6.0
360 mA
(3.0C)
5.0
24 mA
(1.0C)
4.0
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
120
140
Important Notice
0
2
4
6
8
Charge Current in Milliamperes
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Engineering Data
Rechargeable 7.2V
Nickel-Metal Hydride
ENERGIZER NO. NH22
Chemical System: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Dimensions (mm)
16.90
14.80
Millimeters
12.50
13.10
14.80
16.90
25.80
26.50
43.50
46.00
46.50
48.50
13.10
12.50
26.50
25.80
(-)
(+)
Designation: Not Assigned
Battery Voltage: 7.2 Volts
Average Weight: 41 grams (1.5 oz.)
Volume: 21.7 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Terminals: Snap
Rated Capacity ( to 6.0 Volt ): 150 mAh
( Based on 30 mA (0.2C) discharge rate )
Maximum Charge Rate: 30 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Inches
.492
.516
.583
.665
1.016
1.043
1.713
1.811
1.831
1.909
Internal Resistance
48.50
46.00
46.50
43.50
The internal resistance of the NH22 battery varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
1000 milliohms
1500 milliohms
(Tolerance of +- 20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance (milliohms) (for charged cell)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21°C (70°F)
1000
8
Cell Voltage
7
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are +- 20%.
6
5
75 mA
(0.5C)
4
15 mA
(0.1C)
30 mA
(0.2C)
3
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
8
Operating and Storage Temperatures
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the NH22 cells are:
Charge @ 0.1C: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Discharge @ 0.1C: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
Storage: -40°F to 122°F (-40°C to 50°C) (6 Months Max.)
-4°F to 95°F (-20°C to 35°C) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will significantly effect service and cycle life.
7
Cell Voltage
950
6
5
4
450 mA
(3.0C)
3
0
20
75 mA
(0.5C)
150 mA
(1.0C)
40
60
80
100
120
Minutes of Discharge
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
D
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH35
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.50
5.50
7.50
24.70
26.20
48.50
50.00
Inches
0.059
0.217
0.295
0.972
1.031
1.909
1.969
Designation:ANSI / NEDA-10014, IEC-KR27/50
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 54 grams (1.9 oz.)
Volume: 26.9 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 1.8 Ah
(Based on 360 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 540 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
20 milliohms
30 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
50
1000
10000
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
Cell Voltage
1.4
180 mA
(0.1C)
1.3
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
12
11
14
1.2
Operating and Storage Temperatures
1.1
360 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH35 cells are:
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Charge @ 0.1C:
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
– 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
Storage:
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
900 mA
(0.5C)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.8A
(1.0C)
9.0A
(5.0C)
1.0
Important Notice
0.9
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
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Engineering Data
C
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Metal Hydride
ENERGIZER NO. NH35
Chemical System: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Dimensions (mm)
26.20
24.70
7.50
5.50
Millimeters
1.50
5.50
7.50
24.70
26.20
48.50
50.00
1.50
Minimum
Designation: Not Assigned
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 60 grams (2.1 oz.)
Volume: 26.9 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity ( to 1.0 Volt ): 2.2 Ah
( Based on 440 mA (0.2C) discharge rate )
Maximum Charge Rate: 440 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Inches
.059
.217
.295
.972
1.031
1.909
1.968
(+)
Internal Resistance
50.00
48.50
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
11 milliohms
21 milliohms
(Tolerance of +- 20% applies to above values)
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance (milliohms) (for charged cell)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21°C (70°F)
1000
1.4
1.3
Cell Voltage
AC Impedance (No Load)
9
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are +- 20%.
1.2
1.1
220 mA
(0.1C)
440 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
0.9
0
2
6
4
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
1.4
Operating and Storage Temperatures
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the NH35 cells are:
Charge @ 0.1C: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Discharge @ 0.1C: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
Storage: -40°F to 122°F (-40°C to 50°C) (6 Months Max.)
-4°F to 95°F (-20°C to 35°C) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will significantly effect service and cycle life.
Cell Voltage
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
11 A
(5.0C)
0.9
0
20
2.2 A
(1.0C)
40
1.1A
(0.5C)
60
80
100
120
Minutes of Discharge
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
D
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH4
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.50
32.20
34.20
59.50
61.50
Inches
0.059
1.268
1.346
2.343
2.421
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-10013HC, IEC-KR35/62
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 135 grams (4.7 oz.)
Volume: 51.0 cubic centimeters (3.1 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 4 Ah
(Based on 800 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Cell: One "D" size
Jacket: Laminated Shrinkhose
Charge Rate vs. Charging Time
Charge Rate- mA
400
END OF "ON" CHARGE VOLTAGE
APPROX. 1.45 VDC
360
320
280
240
200
160
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Charging Time in Hours
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
1.3
400 mA
1.2
1.1
800 mA
1.0
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
Operating and Storage Temperatures
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH4 cells are:
Charge @ 0.1C: 32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
Storage: – 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
1.3
2A
1.2
Charge Rate
Standard-charge batteries at 400 mA for 16 to 18 hours to reach
full capacity.
Quick, Without Charge Control - charge batteries at 800 mA for
7-8 hours to reach full capacity.
Quick, Without Charge Control (timer)- charge batteries at 1600 mA
for 3 hours, then switch to a lower rate (0.2C to 0.1C)
to reach full capacity.
Trickle-charge batteries at 200 mA continuously to maintain a full
state of charge.
Quick, Without Comments - To maintain a fully charged cell for
standby service, charge at trickle rate. Cycle life will
generally increase as the charge rate is reduced.
Charge rates significantly below 200 mA (0.05C)
will not fully recharge a completely discharged cell.
1.1
8A
1.0
4A
Important Notice
0.9
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
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Engineering Data
D
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Cadmium
Chemical System: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)
ENERGIZER NO. CH50
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.60
1.50
1.60
7.80
9.50
32.20
34.20
59.50
61.50
Inches
0.024
0.059
0.063
0.307
0.374
1.268
1.346
2.343
2.421
Designation:ANSI / NEDA-10013, IEC-KR35/82
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 67 grams (2.4 oz.)
Volume: 56.5 cubic centimeters (3.5 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity: (to 1.0 Volt): 1.8 Ah
(Based on 360 mA (0.2C) discharge rate)
Maximum Charge Rate: 540 mA
Cell: One "sub C" in "D" size container
Jacket: Plastic Label
Internal resistance
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
20 milliohms
30 milliohms
(Tolerance of ±20% applies to above values)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
50
1000
10000
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are ±20%
Cell Voltage
1.4
180 mA
(0.1C)
1.3
Impedance (milliohms)
(Charged Cell)
12
11
14
1.2
Operating and Storage Temperatures
1.1
360 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the CH50 cells are:
0.9
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
32ºF to 122ºF (0ºC to 50ºC)
Charge @ 0.1C:
Discharge @ 0.1C: – 4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)
– 40ºF to 140ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC) (6 Months Max.)
Storage:
– 4ºF to 95ºF (-20ºC to 35ºC) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will
significantly effect service and cycle life.
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21ºC (70ºF)
Cell Voltage
1.4
900 mA
(0.5C)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.8A
(1.0C)
9.0A
(5.0C)
1.0
Important Notice
0.9
0
20
40
60
80
100
Minutes of Discharge
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Engineering Data
D
Rechargeable 1.2V
Nickel-Metal Hydride
ENERGIZER NO. NH50
Chemical System: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Dimensions (mm)
1.50
Minimum
34.20
32.20
9.50
7.80
Millimeters
.60
1.50
1.60
7.80
9.50
32.20
34.20
59.50
61.50
(+)
Designation: Not Assigned
Battery Voltage: 1.2 Volts
Average Weight: 73 grams (2.6 oz.)
Volume: 56.5 cubic centimeters (3.5 cubic inch)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Rated Capacity ( to 1.0 Volt ): 2.2 Ah
( Based on 440 mA (0.2C) discharge rate )
Maximum Charge Rate: 440 mA
Jacket: Plastic
Inches
.024
.059
.063
.307
.374
1.268
1.346
2.342
2.421
Internal Resistance
61.50
59.50
The internal resistance of the cell varies with state of charge, as follows:
Cell Charged
Cell 1/2 Discharged
11 milliohms
21 milliohms
(Tolerance of +- 20% applies to above values)
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
1.60
.60
(-)
AC Impedance (No Load)
The impedance of the charged cell varies with frequency, as follows:
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance (milliohms) (for charged cell)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Average Performance at 21°C (70°F)
1000
9
1.4
Note: Above values based on AC current set at 1.0 ampere.
Value tolerances are +- 20%.
Cell Voltage
1.3
1.2
1.1
440 mA
(0.2C)
1.0
220 mA
(0.1C)
0.9
0
2
6
4
8
10
12
Hours of Discharge
1.4
Operating and Storage Temperatures
Ranges of temperature applicable to operation of the NH50 cells are:
Charge @ 0.1C: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C)
Discharge @ 0.1C: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
Storage: -40°F to 122°F (-40°C to 50°C) (6 Months Max.)
-4°F to 95°F (-20°C to 35°C) (2 Years Max.)
Operating at extreme temperature will significantly effect service and cycle life.
Cell Voltage
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
11 A
(5.0C)
0.9
0
20
2.2 A
(1.0C)
40
1.1A
(0.5C)
60
80
Minutes of Discharge
100
120
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ENERGIZER NO. CM1060
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Canon
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 157 grams (5.6 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
38.99
15°
Reference
Reference
Millimeters
2.01
22.81
27.00
38.99
47.12
53.80
68.50
90.04
2.01
Reference
Inches
.079
.898
1.063
1.535
1.855
2.118
2.697
3.545
53.80
Reference
68.50
Reference
90.04
Reference
47.12
27.00
Reference
Reference
22.81
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CM1560
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Sony and Sharp
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 170 grams (6.0 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Chamfer
5.08 X 45°
31.37
18.67
Reference
41.35
Reference
89.26
Reference
Reference
Millimeters
5.08
18.67
31.37
41.35
45.85
89.26
Inches
.200
.735
1.235
1.628
1.805
3.514
45.85
Reference
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CM2360
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For RCA, Hitachi
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
43.43
49.78
89.41
Inches
1.710
1.960
3.520
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: 303.1 grams (10.7 oz.)
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ENERGIZER NO. CM4160
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Sharp
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2400 mAh
Typical Weight: 300 grams (10.6 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
36.58
46.48
89.15
48.48
Inches
1.440
1.830
3.510
Reference
89.15
Reference
36.58
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CM6036
Designation: NiMH Camcorder Battery
For Sharp
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2500 mAh
Typical Weight: 181.7 grams (6.4 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
19.80
55.63
71.37
Inches
.780
2.190
2.810
71.37
Reference
55.63
Reference
19.80
Reference
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CM9072
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System: Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery (Sony)
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Weight: 97.8 grams (3.5 oz.)
Typical Capacity : 1500mAh
Millimeters
0.30
1.02
1.52
8.89
20.32
21.08
26.92
38.35
70.61
Inches
0.012
0.040
0.060
0.350
0.800
0.830
1.060
1.510
2.780
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ENERGIZER NO. CM9172
Designation: Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery
For Hitachi, JVC, Panasonic, Proscan, RCA
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1500 mAh
Typical Weight: 98 grams (3.5 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
5.90
20.20
28.10
38.10
38.20
56.00
70.10
Inches
.232
.795
1.106
1.500
1.504
2.205
2.760
28.10
5.90
20.20
70.10
56.00
38.20
38.10
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ENERGIZER NO. CP2360
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 2100 series
Nominal Voltage: 6.0 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
56.13
41.15
Millimeters
20.07
30.48
41.15
56.13
101.60
Inches
.790
1.200
1.620
2.210
4.000
30.48
101.60
20.07
Contacts
(4 Places)
Label Recess Area
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ENERGIZER NO. CP3336
Dimensions (MM)
Designation: Lithium Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola i1000
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 950 mAh
Typical Weight: 47.5 grams (1.7 oz.)
Millimeters
14.00
36.37
46.00
49.78
52.80
Inches
0.551
1.432
1.811
1.960
2.079
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ENERGIZER NO. CP3536
Designation: Lithium Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola "V" type phone
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1040 mAh
Typical Weight: 120 grams (.265 lbs.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
13.21
20.07
29.97
35.56
49.78
Inches
0.520
0.790
1.180
1.400
1.960
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ENERGIZER NO. CP3736
Designation: Litium Ion Battery
For Sprint PCS / Denso Touchpoint phone
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1040 mAh
Typical Weight: 0 grams (0 lbs.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.19
32.26
32.51
40.89
49.28
54.10
60.20
Inches
0.480
1.270
1.280
1.610
1.940
2.130
2.370
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ENERGIZER NO. CP5036
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola Startac series
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 600 mAh
Typical Weight: 50 grams (1.8 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
6.10
38.10
42.16
32.00
Chamfer 5.08 X 45°
1.52
13.46
Millimeters
1.52
5.08
6.10
13.46
32.00
38.10
42.16
52.07
Inches
.060
.200
.240
.530
1.260
1.500
1.660
2.050
52.07
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ENERGIZER NO. CP5160
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola Micro Tac series
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 600 mAh
Typical Weight: 118.9 grams (4.2 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
11.43
58.93
120.40
58.93
Reference
Inches
.450
2.320
4.740
11.43
Reference
120.40
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CP5648
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Ericsson 600 series
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 600 mAh
Typical Weight: 68 grams (2.4 oz.)
Chamfer 1.98 X 45°
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
45.80
37.00
32.50
(-)
Reference
Millimeters
1.98
2.00
12.70
32.50
37.00
45.80
111.10
Inches
.078
.079
.500
1.280
1.457
1.803
4.370
2.00R (3 PLCS)
111.10
12.70
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ENERGIZER NO. CP5960
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 232
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 550 mAh
Typical Weight: 108.9 grams (3.9 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
52.84
53.85
Reference
Reference
Millimeters
.51
8.13
30.74
40.39
52.84
53.85
131.83
Inches
.020
.320
1.210
1.590
2.080
2.120
5.190
8.13
131.83
Reference
.51R (4 Plcs.)
Reference
30.74
Reference
40.39
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CP6072
Designation: Lithium Cellular Phone Battery
For Sony CMB3200 series
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1500 mAh
Typical Weight: 110 grams (3.9 oz.)
47.50
Label Recess
Area
58.17
129.79
22.10
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.50
22.10
30.23
47.50
49.53
58.17
129.79
Inches
.059
.870
1.190
1.870
1.950
2.290
5.110
30.23
49.53
Chamfer
1.50 X 45°
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ENERGIZER NO. CP6172
Designation: Lithium Cellular Phone Battery
For Qualcomm QCP-820 / 1920 / 2700
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1500 mAh
Typical Weight: 110 grams (3.9 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Label Recess
Area
21.59
Millimeters
21.59
35.05
45.21
48.01
128.52
Inches
.850
1.380
1.780
1.890
5.060
45.21
128.52
35.05
48.01
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7049
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 918 series
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 120.2 grams (4.3 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
LABEL RECESS
.36 - .41
52.60
23.10
17.10
Millimeters
.36
.41
17.10
23.10
41.10
52.60
119.60
Inches
.118
.343
.819
.906
1.476
1.614
2.126
41.10
119.60
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7072
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 101
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 170 grams (6.0 oz.)
38.10
Reference
(-)
CHARGE
SENSOR
(+)
18.16
Reference
-
+
Dimensions (mm)
30.48
167.13
Reference
40.64
Millimeters
18.16
30.48
38.10
40.64
167.13
Inches
.714
1.200
1.500
1.600
6.580
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7148
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Audiovox MVX-700
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 113.3 grams (4.0 oz.)
52.83
Reference
Dimensions (mm)
3.56
Reference
17.02
Reference
77.99
Reference
Chamfer
4.57 x 45°
Millimeters
3.56
4.57
17.02
31.75
45.72
52.83
77.99
Inches
.140
.180
.670
1.250
1.800
2.080
3.070
45.72
31.75
Reference
No Contact
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7149
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Audiovox 405/406
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 94.3 grams (3.3 oz.)
56.90
Reference
Dimensions (mm)
17.53
Reference
81.29
Millimeters
2.54
17.53
39.88
46.23
56.90
81.29
Inches
.100
.690
1.570
1.820
2.240
3.200
Reference
Chamfer
+ S --
2.54 x 45°
No Contact
T
39.88
46.23
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7160
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola Micro Tac
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 151.1 grams (5.3 oz.)
120.91
Reference
( - ) Contact
Thermistor to be connected
between this contact and
negative contact
Terminals are to be recessed
below case surface 0.76
maximum
( + ) Contact
Dimensions (mm)
.51
Reference
19.30
Reference
Millimeters
.51
.76
19.31
58.93
120.91
Inches
.020
.030
.760
2.320
4.760
No terminal contact on this port
58.93
Reference
Thermistor to be connected
between this contact and
negative contact
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7172
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 100/105
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 161.6 grams (5.7 oz.)
Negative (To Phone)
Negative (Thermistor to Charger)
Dimensions (mm)
Negative (Resisistor to
Charger/Phone Sensor)
Positive (To Phone)
-
+
38.86
18.29
Reference
Reference
Millimeters
4.57
18.29
29.97
38.86
39.62
166.62
Inches
.180
.720
1.180
1.530
1.560
6.560
29.97
Reference
39.62
Reference
166.62
Reference
4.57 X 45°
Chamfer
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7248
Designation: NiCD Cellular Phone Battery
For Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 93 grams (3.3 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
2
Ma9.30
xim
um
.60
101imum
Millimeters
15.05
29.30
31.55
101.60
Inches
.593
1.154
1.242
4.000
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Ma
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Rec
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7261
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Mitsubishi 4000
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 135 grams (4.8 lbs.)
54.87
Dimensions (mm)
Reference
Millimeters
17.79
54.87
94.49
Inches
.700
2.160
3.720
94.49
Reference
S
17.79
Reference
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP7348
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 638/368
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 116.7 grams (4.1 oz.)
17.53
Reference
42.17
Inches
.690
.920
1.660
2.170
4.460
Reference
55.12
Reference
Millimeters
17.53
23.37
42.17
55.12
113.04
Reference
113.04
Dimensions (mm)
23.37
Reference
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Form No. EPS - 6408A
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ENERGIZER NO. CP7548
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Mitsubishi AH-129
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 106.6 grams (3.8 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
110.75
Reference
17.28
Reference
42.68
Reference
35.31
Reference
15.75
Millimeters
3.58
11.18
15.75
17.28
26.42
35.31
42.68
110.75
Inches
.141
.440
.620
.680
1.040
1.390
1.680
4.360
Reference
26.42
Reference
Chamfer
3.58 x 45°
11.18
Reference
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Form No. EPS - 6409A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP7661
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For GE CT-700, Ericsson AH 237
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 141.8 grams (5.0 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
2.79 X 45°
Chamfer
Millimeters
.25
2.79
21.59
32.77
37.08
45.97
111.25
.25
Recess
Inches
.010
.110
.850
1.290
1.460
1.810
4.380
111.25
Reference
32.77
Reference
37.08
Reference
21.59
Reference
45.97
Reference
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Form No. EPS - 6410A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP7960
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 232
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 800 mAh
Typical Weight: 146 grams (5.2 lbs.)
17.02
54.10
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
17.02
51.05
53.09
54.10
133.35
133.35
(+)
Inches
.670
2.010
2.090
2.130
5.250
(-)
51.05
53.09
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Form No. EPS - 6411A
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ENERGIZER NO. CP8049
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 918 series
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
52.58
23.11
15.75
Chamfer
2.49 X 45°
41.15
Label Recess
Area
Millimeters
1.02
2.49
15.75
23.11
41.15
52.58
119.89
Inches
.040
.098
.620
.910
1.620
2.070
4.720
119.89
1.02 R
(3 Places)
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Form No. EPS - 7317
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8136
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 252 series
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 89 grams (3.2 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
46.94
Millimeters
15.49
35.05
46.23
46.94
75.56
15.49
Inches
.610
1.380
1.820
1.848
2.975
75.56
T
(+)
35.05
S
(-)
46.23
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Form No. EPS - 7307A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8160
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Motorola MicroTac series
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 167.3 grams (5.9 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
59.00
Millimeters
19.30
59.00
120.91
Reference
Inches
.760
2.323
4.760
19.30
Reference
120.91
Reference
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ENERGIZER NO. CP8172
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 100
Nominal Voltage: 7.2 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1100 mAh
Typical Weight: 195.2 grams (6.9 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
18.29
30.49
38.87
40.65
166.63
18.29
Reference
Inches
.720
1.200
1.530
1.600
6.560
38.87
Reference
166.63
Reference
40.65
Reference
30.49
Reference
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Form No. EPS - 7309A
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ENERGIZER NO. CP8248
Dimensions (MM)
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1100 mAh
Typical Weight: 113 grams (4.0 oz.)
Millimeters
15.05
29.30
31.55
101.60
Inches
0.593
1.154
1.242
4.000
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Form No. EBC -7310
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8661
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For GE CT-700 series
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 154 grams (5.5 oz.)
3.00
Dimensions (mm)
107.69
45.59
45.39
110.69
Millimeters
.99
1.98
3.00
18.49
32.50
37.00
45.39
45.59
107.69
110.69
Inches
.039
.078
.118
.728
1.280
1.457
1.787
1.795
4.236
4.358
18.49
Chamfer 1.98 X 45°
3.00
37.00
32.50
.99R (3 PLCS)
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Form No. EPS - 7312A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8748
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Panasonic EBH63/65 series
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 121 grams (4.3 oz.)
118.36
Dimensions (mm)
120.65
20.32
Millimeters
13.21
20.32
33.02
35.05
118.36
120.65
Inches
.520
.800
1.300
1.380
4.660
4.750
13.21
33.02
35.05
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Form No. EPS - 7313A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8948
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Sony CMH 777 series
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 123 grams (4.4 oz.)
100.50
10.20
S
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.50
4.20
10.20
17.70
39.20
100.50
116.70
4.20
Chamfer 2.50 X 45° (2 PLCS.)
17.70
116.70
Inches
.098
.165
.420
.700
1.543
3.957
4.594
(+)
39.20
(-)
T
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Form No. EPS - 7314A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP8960
Designation: NiMH Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 232
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 156 grams (5.5 lbs.)
17.02
54.10
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
17.02
51.05
53.09
54.10
133.35
133.35
(+)
Inches
.670
2.010
2.090
2.130
5.250
(-)
51.05
53.09
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP9061
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For OKI 1150
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 158 grams (5.6 oz.)
54.61
Reference
Dimensions (mm)
4.70 Dia.
Sonic Weld
All Around
5.51
108.71
Millimeters
4.70
5.51
8.13
21.84
24.89
39.62
51.44
51.99
54.61
108.71
Inches
.185
.217
.320
.860
.980
1.560
2.025
2.047
2.150
4.280
Reference
24.89
Reference
3.05R
Typical
39.62
Reference
51.99
51.44
8.13 X 45°
Chamfer
Reference
21.84
Reference
Contacts
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Form No. EPS - 6416
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP9148
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For NEC P-700
Nominal Voltage: 4.8 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 128.3 grams (4.5 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
( + ) to Charger
( - ) to Charger
Not Used
( - ) to Charger
( + ) Sensor (Charger)
( + ) to Phone
( - ) to Phone
( - ) to Phone
1.52R
3.05 X 45°
Typical
Chamfer
Millimeters
1.52
3.05
19.30
35.05
50.54
77.47
Inches
.060
.120
.760
1.380
1.990
3.050
77.47
35.05
35.05
50.54
19.30
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Form No. EPS - 6412A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP9161
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For OKI 1325/1335
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 156.2 grams (5.5 oz.)
20.83
Dimensions (mm)
Reference
54.10
40.13
Reference
Millimeters
7.11
20.83
24.89
40.13
54.10
99.82
99.82
Reference
Inches
.280
.820
.980
1.580
2.130
3.930
24.89
(-)
Charge
(+)
7.11 X 45°
Chamfer
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Form No. EPS - 6413A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CP9360
Designation: NiCd Cellular Phone Battery
For Nokia 2120
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1200 mAh
Typical Weight: 167.5 grams (5.9 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
56.13
Reference
23.11
Reference
Millimeters
23.11
30.73
40.89
56.13
99.31
99.31
Reference
Inches
.910
1.210
1.610
2.210
3.910
Positive to Phone
Negative(Resistor
to Charger/Phone
Sensor)
Negative(Thermistor to Charger)
Negative to Phone
40.89
Reference
30.73
Reference
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS3336
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For MOTOROLA iDEN i1000 series
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 8.58 VDC @ 700 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
25.40
10.67
Dimensions (mm)
23.11
17.02
Spring Contact
(Positive)
19.81
3.81
7.11
4.83
40.13
6.35
39.62
Push-In
Button
(2 Places)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
3.81
4.83
6.35
7.11
10.67
17.02
19.81
23.11
25.40
39.62
40.13
Inches
.150
.190
.250
.280
.420
.670
.780
.910
1.000
1.560
1.580
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Form No. EPS - 6718
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS5036
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For MOTOROLA STARTAC series
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 4.0 VDC @ 700 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 91 grams (3.2 oz.)
Feature: Variable Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
2.79
Spring Contact
(Positive)
7.37
19.81
4.83
6.35
8.64
21.34
17.78
6.86
PUSH
39.62
32.77
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
2.79
4.83
6.35
6.86
7.37
8.64
17.78
19.81
21.34
32.77
39.62
Inches
.110
.190
.250
.270
.290
.340
.700
.780
.840
1.290
1.560
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Form No. EPS - 6701
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS5460
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For MOTOROLA iDEN i370 / i600
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 8.58 VDC @ 700 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
59.18
Spring Contact
(Positive)
37.08
17.02
24.13
Spring Contact
(Positive)
19.81
4.83
Millimeters
4.83
6.35
17.02
19.81
24.13
37.08
39.62
59.18
Inches
.190
.250
.670
.780
.950
1.460
1.560
2.330
6.35
39.62
Spring Contact
(Negative)
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7048
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Sony CM-H333
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC @ 850 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 131.3 grams (4.6 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Positive)
19.05
11.94
Millimeters
11.94
19.05
38.10
Inches
.470
.750
1.500
Spring Contact
(Negative)
38.10
L.E.D.
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7072
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Nokia 100, 101, 232, 2120
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 7.2 VDC @ 500 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 113.3 grams (4.0 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
8.38
10.16
10.92
Positive
Inches
.330
.400
.430
10.92
Reference
Insulator
L.E.D.
Negative
10.16
8.38
CONNECTOR DETAIL
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7148
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Audiovox MVX-700/750
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 4.8 VDC @ 500 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 111.3 grams (3.9 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Dimensions (mm)
L.E.D.
52.83
59.69
Reference
2.03
77.47
24.13
18.54
Reference
10.67
51.82
Millimeters
1.27
1.93
2.03
10.67
18.54
24.13
51.82
52.83
59.69
77.47
95.50
Inches
.050
.076
.080
.420
.730
.950
2.040
2.080
2.350
3.050
3.760
95.50
Reference
1.93 Dia. Chamfered to
1.27 Dia. (TYPICAL)
MFG DATE CODE
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7160
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Motorola PT-950 (Micro Tac) Cellular Phone
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.0 VDC @ 500 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 141.6 grams (5.0 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.45
59.06
122.05
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
L.E.D.
59.06
12.45
Reference
Reference
Inches
.490
2.325
4.805
122.05
Reference
Phone
Contacts
Battery Spring
Contacts
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Engineering Data
Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7248
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Motorola
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC @ 850 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Positive)
9.65
8.64
2.29
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
2.29
8.64
9.50
9.65
39.62
Inches
.090
.340
.374
.380
1.560
9.50
Reference
39.62
Reference
L.E.D.
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7261
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Mitsubishi 4000
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 123 grams (4.4 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
22.05
51.82
55.37
59.18
21.84
Reference
55.37
Inches
.868
2.040
2.180
2.330
Reference
51.82
Reference
L.E.D.
59.18
Reference
MFG DATE CODE
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7348
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Nokia 636
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC @ 850 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 122.3 grams (4.3 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Dimensions (mm)
17.53
Reference
Spring Contact
(Negative)
8.90
Reference
7.62
Reference
24.39
Reference
Millimeters
3.05
7.62
8.64
8.90
17.53
24.39
40.64
Inches
.120
.300
.340
.350
.690
.960
1.600
3.05
Reference
40.64
8.64
Reference
Reference
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7548
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Mitsubishi AH-129 Series
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC @ 850 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 85.2 grams (3.0 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
2.40
5.50
8.70
10.10
23.10
24.70
23.10
Reference
10.10
Reference
8.70
Reference
24.70
Reference
Dimensions (mm)
Inches
.095
.217
.343
.398
.910
.972
2.40 Dia.
5.50 Dia.
Reference
Reference
L.E.D.
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS7661
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For GE CT-700, Ericsson AH237
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 102.4 grams (3.6 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Millimeters
22.86
24.13
48.51
Inches
.900
.950
1.910
22.86
48.51
24.13
L.E.D.
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS8136
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For NOKIA 252/6100 series
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 8.58 VDC @ 700 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 88 grams (3.1 oz.)
Feature: Variable Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Positive)
19.81
4.83
3.56D
6.35
Millimeters
3.56
4.83
6.35
19.81
35.31
39.62
Inches
.140
.190
.250
.780
1.390
1.560
35.31
39.62
Spring Contact
(Negative)
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS8648
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For ERICSSON 600/700 series
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 8.0 VDC @ 600 mA
Typical Cord Length: 610 mm (24 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: - grams (- oz.)
Feature: Variable Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
41.91
8.38
Spring Contact
(Positive)
19.81
45.47
4.83
.76
6.35
24.13
39.62
Spring Contact
(Negative)
20.83
Millimeters
.76
4.83
6.35
8.38
19.81
20.83
24.13
39.62
41.91
45.47
Inches
.030
.190
.250
.330
.780
.820
.950
1.560
1.650
1.790
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS9061
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For OKI 1150
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.0 VDC @ 500 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 115 grams (4.1 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Spring Contact
(Positive)
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Dimensions (mm)
L.E.D.
25.27
50.98
54.25
Millimeters
25.27
30.48
34.04
50.98
54.25
60.71
Inches
.995
1.200
1.340
2.007
2.136
2.390
34.04
Reference
60.71
Reference
30.48
Reference
MFG DATE CODE
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS9148
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: - VDC @ - mA
Typical Cord Length: - mm (- inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 91.5 grams (3.2 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
24.38
Dimensions (mm)
Reference
12.95
Millimeters
9.14
12.95
24.38
54.10
Reference
9.14
Reference
Inches
.360
.510
.960
2.130
54.10
Reference
L.E.D.
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Charger Saver
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. CS9161
Designation: Charger Saver for Cellular Phone System
For OKI 1335
Voltage Specification: Input Voltage: 10 - 18 VDC
Output Voltage: 6.5 VDC @ 850 mA
Typical Cord Length: 2743 mm (108 inch) minimum when stretched
briefly with 2.3 kg ( 5 lbs ) maximum force @ 20°C-25°C
Typical Weight: 89.4 grams (3.2 oz.)
Feature: Black Cigar Lighter Plug
Dimensions (mm)
Spring Contact
(Positive)
3.56
Reference
9.14
Reference
7.62
Spring Contact
(Negative)
Millimeters
3.56
7.62
9.14
10.67
14.48
38.10
Inches
.140
.300
.360
.420
.570
1.500
Reference
10.67
Reference
14.48
Reference
38.10
Reference
L.E.D.
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ENERGIZER NO. CV2012
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Nominal Voltage: 12 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: 595.5 grams (21.1 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
72.16
71.35
50.09
48.44
Millimeters
48.44
50.09
71.35
72.16
154.91
155.73
Inches
1.907
1.972
7.170
2.841
6.099
6.131
155.73
154.91
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ENERGIZER NO. CV2096
Designation: NiCd Camcorder Battery
For Nominal Voltage: 9.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 1800 mAh
Typical Weight: 459.9 grams (16.3 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
112.42
111.61
49.66
48.77
Millimeters
48.77
49.66
65.63
66.45
111.61
112.42
Inches
1.920
1.955
2.584
2.616
4.394
4.426
66.45
65.63
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ENERGIZER NO. CV3010S
Designation: Lead Acid VHS Camcorder Battery
For Hitachi, RCA
Nominal Voltage: 10 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2000 mAh
Typical Weight: 567 grams (20.07 oz.)
120.55
Dimensions (mm)
73.41
Millimeters
25.02
34.90
35.41
43.05
61.60
73.41
87.58
120.55
Inches
.985
1.374
1.394
1.695
2.425
2.890
3.448
4.746
35.41
34.90
61.60
43.05
25.02
87.58
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ENERGIZER NO. CV3012
Dimensions (MM)
Designation: Lead Acid VHS Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic, GE, and Magnavox
Nominal Voltage: 12VDC
Typical Capacity: 2300 mAh
Typical Weight: 681.8 grams (24.1 oz.)
Millimeters
23.88
61.70
182.12
Inches
0.940
2.429
7.170
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ENERGIZER NO. CV3060
Designation: Lead Acid Camcorder Battery
For Sharp Slim-Cam
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 3500 mAh
Typical Weight: 387.3 grams (13.7 oz.)
52.20
50.17 Square X
.25 Recess
Dimensions (mm)
Rubber Stamp in White Ink
"Made In Taiwan"
2.00R
(4 Places)
Millimeters
.25
2.00
34.47
34.72
50.17
52.20
57.53
58.04
145.67
146.43
Inches
.010
.079
1.357
1.367
1.975
2.055
2.265
2.285
5.735
5.765
146.43
145.67
+
-
58.04
57.53
34.72
34.47
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ENERGIZER NO. CV3112
Designation: Lead Acid VHS Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic, GE and Magnavox
Nominal Voltage: 12 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2000 mAh
Typical Weight: 500 grams (17.7 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
144.53
23.88
66.04
Millimeters
23.88
61.70
182.12
Inches
.940
2.429
7.170
Millimeters
23.88
62.99
66.04
141.99
144.53
Inches
.940
2.480
2.600
5.590
5.690
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ENERGIZER NO. CV3212
Designation: Lead Acid VHS Camcorder Battery
For Panasonic, GE and Magnavox
Nominal Voltage: 12 VDC
Typical Capacity: 2000 mAh
Typical Weight: 818.2 grams ( 29.0 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
26.92
65.02
151.64
65.02
Inches
1.060
2.560
5.970
151.64
26.92
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ENERGIZER NO. E1
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1100M, IEC-NR50
Typical Capacity (to 0.9V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 62 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 13.5 grams (0.48 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Cells: 1-P
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
15.60
16.00
16.50
Inches
0.031
0.276
0.614
0.630
0.650
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ENERGIZER NO. E1N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1109M, IEC-MR50
Typical Capacity (to 0.9V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 62 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 14.3 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Cells: 1N-P
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
15.60
16.00
16.50
Inches
0.031
0.276
0.614
0.630
0.650
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ENERGIZER NO. E4
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1112M, IEC-MR19
Typical Capacity (to 0.9V): 3,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 62 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 41 grams (1.45 oz.)
Volume: 12.1 cubic centimeters (0.74 cubic in.)
Cells: 4-P
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.20
16.70
24.00
30.00
30.40
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.638
0.657
0.945
1.181
1.197
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AA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. E91
Designation: ANSI-15A, IEC-LR6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 23 grams (0.8oz.)
Volume: 8.1 cubic centimeters (0.5cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 2850 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-315 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.1
1.0
5.5
13.5
14.5
46.5
48.8
49.2
50.5
Inches
0.004
0.039
0.217
0.531
0.571
1.831
1.921
1.937
1.988
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
Service, Hours
1000
Service, Hours
10000
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
100
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
0.8
0.9
1.0
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1102G
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER NO. E91
IR (Milliohms)
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
750
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30 40 50 60 70
Depth of Discharge (%)
80
90
100
Typical Applications
Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Radio
43 ohms 4 hours / day
0
20
40
60
80
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
100
4
8
12
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
8
0
10
20
Digital Camera
1000 mA Cont.
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
CD / MD / Electronic Game
250 mA 1 hour / day
1
2
3
4
5
Service, Hours
6
7
8
9
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
40
50
60
Photo Flash
1000 mA
10 sec/min 1 hr/day
Photoflash
Digital Camera
0
10
20
30
40
50
Service, Minutes
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30
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
0
20
Remote
24 ohms 15 sec / min - 8 hrs / day
Toy
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
0
16
60
70
80
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AA
LITHIUM
ENERGIZER
Chemical System: Lithium/Iron Disulfide (Li/FeS2)
ENERGIZER
NO. L91
Designation: ANSI / NEDA - 15LF
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 14.5 grams (0.51oz.)
Volume: 8 cubic centimeters (0.49 cubic inch)
Storage Temperature Range:
-40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F)
Operating Temperature Range:
-40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F)
Maximum Discharge: 1.4A Continuous
Lithium Content: Less than 1 gram (0.04 oz.) per cell
Jacket: Non-magnetic plastic label
Transportation: Meets requirements of 49CFR 173.185
(b) and IATA Special Provisions A45
Shelf Life: 10 years (+)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
1.20
5.50
13.50
14.30
46.50
48.80
49.20
50.50
Inches
0.004
0.047
0.217
0.531
0.563
1.831
1.921
1.937
1.988
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1000
1000
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
10
100
Service Hours
Service, Hours
100
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
1
1
0
Form No. EBC - 4201C
1
10
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
100
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER
NO. L91
Typical Continuous Performance Characteristics
To .9V vs Temperature
Service, Minutes
10000
1000
+60°C, +45°C, +21°C
100
-20C
-40C
10
10
100
Drain, Milliamps
1000
Typical Temperature Effects on Batteries
Typical Percent Service
Typical Temperature Effects on Batteries
Projected Percent Service Maintenance
100
125
0°C
90
100
20°C
Percent Service
Percent Service
70°C
75
50
80
40°C
70
60
25
0
50
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
0
2
4
6
Years
Temperature (°C)
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ENERGIZER NO. E13E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1180M, IEC-NR48
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 100 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1.5K ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 1.1 grams (0.04 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.25
1.50
4.42
4.50
4.67
5.08
5.35
7.62
7.80
Inches
0.005
0.010
0.059
0.174
0.177
0.184
0.200
0.211
0.300
0.307
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ENERGIZER NO. AC13
Chemical System: Zinc Air (Zn02)
Dimensions (mm)
5.00
Typical
1.50R
Typical
(+)
Millimeters
.38
1.50
4.47
4.65
5.00
5.18
5.40
7.70
7.80
.38
Minimum
4.65 5.40
4.47 5.18
Inches
.015
.059
.176
.183
.197
.204
.213
.303
.307
Designation: IEC-PR48
Battery Voltage: 1.4 Volts
Average Weight: 0.8 grams (0.03 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.9 Volt ): 255 mAh
( Rated capacity at 1.5K ohms at 21°C and 50%RH )
Cells: AC13
7.80
7.70
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 16 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 1.3V: 1.3 & .87 milliamperes
Load: 1K & 1.5K ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH
Typical Drains
@ 1.3V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
1K
0.9V
hours
1.3
1,000
196
16 hours / day
.87
1,500
293
1.5K
0.8
0
60
120
180
Hours of Service
16 hours / day
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Closed Circuit Voltage
1.4
240
300
ENERGIZER NO. AC13
Impedance (ohms)
Impedance vs. Frequency
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0.1
0% DoD
25% DoD
50% DoD
80% DoD
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance vs. Depth of Discharge
Impedance (ohms)
25
20
15
10
40 Hz
5
1K Hz
0
0%
10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
Depth of Discharge
IMPEDANCE (Z) : The total opposition that a battery offers to the flow of alternating current.
Impedance is a combination of resistance and reactance.
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ENERGIZER NO. E41E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1182M, IEC-NR43
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 175 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 2.0 grams (0.07 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
3.38
3.63
3.81
4.20
6.40
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.133
0.143
0.150
0.165
0.252
0.445
0.457
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D
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER NO. E95
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Millimeters
0.28
1.50
9.50
20.11
20.27
32.30
34.20
57.00
57.80
59.50
61.50
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-13A, IEC-LR20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 141.9 grams (5.0 oz.)
Volume: 55.9 cubic centimeters (3.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 18000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-350 (size “D”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Inches
0.011
0.059
0.374
0.792
0.798
1.272
1.346
2.244
2.276
2.343
2.421
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
0.1
10000
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
100000
0.8
0.9
1.0
1000
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1105G
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER NO. E95
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
39 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
Voltage, CCV
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Recorder
10 ohms 4 hours / day
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.9
.8
.7
.7
0
100
200
300
400
500
0
600
30
Service, Hours
Recorder
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
90
120
Toy
2.2 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
60
Service, Hours
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
8
16
24
32
Service, Hours
40
48
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
Service, Hours
Portable Lighting
2.2 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
1.6
1.5
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
Important Notice
.8
.7
0
Form No. EBC - 1105G
5
10
15
Service, Hours
20
25
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Zinc Chloride 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 206
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Dimensions (mm)
19.10
18.30
9.50
9.20
(+)
49.60
48.00
50.80
49.20
(-)
9.90
9.10
.90
.50
Inches
.020
.024
.035
.358
.362
.374
.390
.720
.752
1.890
1.937
1.953
2.000
11.4
Contact recess
below insulator
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
10.2
9.0
7.8
6.6
5.4
4.2
3.0
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 4 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 7.2V: 9.6 milliamperes
Load: 750 ohms
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
Recessed Contact
Typical Drains
@ 7.2V
Schedule (milliamperes)
Designation: ANSI-1611
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 32 grams (1.1 oz.)
Volume: 14 cubic centimeters (0.9 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 200 mAh
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: Six No. 110 in series
Jacket: Metal
Closed Circuit Voltage
.60
Maximum
Millimeters
.50
.60
.90
9.10
9.20
9.50
9.90
18.30
19.10
48.00
49.20
49.60
50.80
0
5
10
15
20
25
Hours of Service
4.2V 4.8V 5.4V 6.0V 6.6V 7.2V 8.4V
hours
4 hours / day
9.6
750
35.8 31.0 26.0 21.8 17.4 11.4 1.7
4 hours / day
12.9
560
23.9 16.9 14.9 11.7 9.4
5.5
1.3
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ENERGIZER NO. E132
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1200M, IEC-2NR50
Typical Capacity (to 1.8V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 130 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 28 grams (0.99 oz.)
Volume: 7.6 cubic centimeters (0.46 cubic in.)
Cells: Two 1-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
32.00
33.40
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
1.260
1.315
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ENERGIZER NO. E132N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1203M, IEC-2MR50
Typical Capacity (to 1.8V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 130 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 30 grams (1.06 oz.)
Volume: 7.6 cubic centimeters (0.46 cubic in.)
Cells: Two 1N-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
32.00
33.40
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
1.260
1.315
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ENERGIZER NO. E133N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1314M, IEC-3MR50
Average Service Capacity (to 2.7 volts): 1,000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 180 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 45 grams (1.59 oz.)
Volume: 11.3 cubic centimeters (0.69 cubic in.)
Cell: Three 1N-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
48.50
50.00
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
1.909
1.969
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ENERGIZER NO. E134
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1408M, IEC-4NR50
Typical Capacity (to 3.6V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 270 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 56 grams (1.98 oz.)
Volume: 15 cubic centimeters (0.92 cubic in.)
Cells: Four 1-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
64.70
66.20
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
2.547
2.606
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ENERGIZER NO. E134N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1409M, IEC-4MR50
Typical Capacity (to 3.6V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 270 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 60 grams (2.12 oz.)
Volume: 15 cubic centimeters (0.92 cubic in.)
Cells: Four 1N-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
64.70
66.20
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
2.547
2.606
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ENERGIZER NO. E135N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1505M, IEC-4MR50
Typical Capacity (to 4.5V): 1,000 mAh
o
(Rated capacity at 300 ohms @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 74 grams (2.61 oz.)
Volume: 18.8 cubic centimeters (1.15 cubic in.)
Cells: Five 1N-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
81.00
83.00
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
3.189
3.268
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ENERGIZER NO. E136
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1615M, IEC-6NR50
Typical Capacity (to 5.4V): 1,000 mAh
(Rated capacity at 390 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 85 grams (3.0 oz.)
Volume: 22.7 cubic centimeters (1.39 cubic in.)
Cells: Six 1-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
7.00
16.20
17.00
97.00
100.00
Inches
0.008
0.276
0.638
0.669
3.819
3.937
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ENERGIZER NO. E146X
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1604M
Average Service Capacity (to 5.4 volts): 580 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 750 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 55 grams (1.94 oz.)
Volume: 19.5 cubic centimeters (1.19 cubic in.)
Cell: Six No. 635-P in series
Terminals: Snap
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.50
12.80
15.10
16.80
24.60
26.20
40.10
41.70
42.90
44.50
Inches
0.492
0.504
0.594
0.661
0.969
1.031
1.579
1.642
1.689
1.752
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ENERGIZER NO. AC146X
Chemical System: Zinc Air (Zn02)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.50
12.80
15.80
16.60
24.60
26.50
40.10
41.90
42.90
44.50
16.60
15.80
12.80
12.50
26.50
24.60
(-)
Inches
.492
.504
.622
.654
.969
1.043
1.579
1.650
1.689
1.752
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-7004Z
Battery Voltage: 8.4 Volts
Average Weight: 33 grams (1.2 oz.)
Volume: 19.6 cubic centimeters (1.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.9 Volt / cell ): 1.1 Ah
( Rated capacity at 1.1K ohms at 21°C and 50%RH )
Cells: Six No. 635 in series
(+)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 24 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 7.6V: 10 & 7 milliamperes
Load: 750 & 1100 ohms
44.50
42.90
Closed Circuit Voltage
41.90
40.10
Plastic Jacket
750 ohms 1100 ohms
0
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH
Typical Drains
@ 7.6V
Schedule (milliamperes)
8.4
8.1
7.8
7.5
7.2
6.9
6.6
6.3
6.0
5.7
5.4
5.1
20
40
60
80
100
Hours of Service
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
5.4V
hours
24 hours / day
10
750
110
24 hours / day
7
1,100
157
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ENERGIZER NO. E164
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1404M, IEC-4NR52
Typical Capacity (to 3.6V): 500 mAh
(Rated capacity at 510 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 36 grams (1.27 oz.)
Volume: 10.2 cubic centimeters (0.62 cubic in.)
Cells: Four 640-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
1.00
7.00
12.00
16.20
17.00
43.00
44.50
Inches
0.008
0.039
0.276
0.472
0.638
0.669
1.693
1.752
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ENERGIZER NO. E165
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1500M, IEC-5NR52
Typical Capacity (to 4.5V): 500 mAh
(Rated capacity at 680 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 45 grams (1.59 oz.)
Volume: 12.7 cubic centimeters (0.78 cubic in.)
Cells: Five 640-P in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
1.00
7.00
16.20
17.00
54.00
56.00
Inches
0.008
0.039
0.276
0.638
0.669
2.126
2.205
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ENERGIZER NO. E177
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1606M, IEC-7NR44
Average Service Capacity (to 6.3 volts): 230 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 4,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 24.1 grams (0.85 oz.)
Volume: 7.4 cubic centimeters (0.45 cubic in.)
Cell: Seven P675 in series
Terminals: ANSI Miniature Snap
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
13.90
40.64
41.66
48.50
Inches
0.547
1.600
1.640
1.910
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ENERGIZER NO. E312E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1178M, IEC-NR41
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 63 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 0.9 grams (0.03 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.01 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.25
1.50
2.55
2.85
3.30
3.40
3.60
7.62
7.90
Inches
0.005
0.010
0.059
0.101
0.112
0.130
0.134
0.142
0.300
0.311
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ENERGIZER NO. AC312
Chemical System: Zinc Air (Zn02)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.25
1.50
2.65
2.82
3.35
3.60
5.00
7.70
7.80
(-)
5.00
Typical
1.50R
Typical
.25
Minimum
3.60
3.35
(+)
7.80
7.70
Inches
.010
.059
.104
.111
.132
.142
.197
.303
.307
Designation: IEC-PR41
Battery Voltage: 1.4 Volts
Average Weight: 0.5 grams (0.02 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.01 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.9 Volt ): 130 mAh
( Rated capacity at 1.5K ohms at 21°C and 50%RH )
Cells: AC312
2.82
2.65
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 16 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 1.3V: 1.3 & .87 milliamperes
Load: 1K & 1.5K ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH
Typical Drains
@ 1.3V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
1K
0.9V
hours
1.3
1,000
100
16 hours / day
.87
1,500
149
1.5K
0.8
0
20
40
60
80
100
Hours of Service
16 hours / day
Form No. EPS - 4504B
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.4
120
140
160
ENERGIZER NO. AC312
Impedance (ohms)
Impedance vs. Frequency
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0.1
0% DoD
25% DoD
50% DoD
80% DoD
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance vs. Depth of Discharge
Impedance (ohms)
25
20
15
10
5
40 Hz
1K Hz
0
0%
10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
Depth of Discharge
IMPEDANCE (Z) : The total opposition that a battery offers to the flow of alternating current.
Impedance is a combination of resistance and reactance.
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ENERGIZER NO. E400N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1116M, IEC-MR42
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 70 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 2,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 1.4 grams (0.05 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.18
0.33
6.48
6.73
6.48
6.73
9.30
9.50
11.25
11.60
Inches
0.007
0.013
0.130
0.142
0.255
0.265
0.366
0.274
0.443
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. E401E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-910M, IEC-NR1
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 1,100 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 300 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 13 grams (0.46 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cell: 401-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
4.00
11.50
12.00
28.20
29.00
Inches
0.020
0.157
0.453
0.472
1.110
1.142
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ENERGIZER NO. E401N
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-117M, IEC-MR1
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 1,100 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 300 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 13 grams (0.46 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cell: 401N-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
4.00
11.50
12.00
28.20
29.00
Inches
0.020
0.157
0.453
0.472
1.110
1.142
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ENERGIZER NO. E625
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1123MP, IEC-MR9
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 260 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 2,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 4.2 grams (0.15 oz.)
Volume: 1.2 cubic centimeters (0.07 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.40
5.79
6.05
12.95
13.21
15.37
15.60
Inches
0.094
0.228
0.238
0.510
0.520
0.605
0.614
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ENERGIZER
ENERGIZER NO. E625G
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.40
2.60
5.60
6.10
13.00
13.20
15.00
15.50
(-)
15.50
15.00
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (Mn02 )
Inches
.094
.102
.220
.240
.512
.520
.591
.610
Designation: Not Yet Available
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 3.3 grams (.12 oz.)
Volume: 1.20 cubic centimeters (.07 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 Volt): 200 mAh
(Rated capacity at 2.5K ohms continuous at 21°C)
6.10
5.60
(+)
2.60
2.40
13.20
13.00
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
1.5
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PHOTO USE
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.25V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.500
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
2,500
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9V
hours
400
0.9
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Typical closed circuit voltage no less than 1.25 volts on a
RESISTANCE load of 30 ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.10 to 2.0 seconds.
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ENERGIZER NO. E640
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1105M, IEC-NR52
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 500 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 130 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 8.0 grams (0.28 oz.)
Volume: 2.3 cubic centimeters (0.14 cubic in.)
Cells: 640-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
10.60
11.20
15.60
16.00
Inches
0.031
0.276
0.417
0.441
0.614
0.630
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ENERGIZER NO. E675E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1127M, IEC-NR44
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 200 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 625 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 42.6 grams (0.09 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
4.50
4.75
5.08
5.35
7.30
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
0.200
0.211
0.287
0.445
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. AC675
Chemical System: Zinc Air (Zn02)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.25
1.50
4.60
4.82
5.18
5.40
8.10
11.50
11.60
(-)
1.50R
Typical
.25
Minimum
8.10
Typical
4.82
4.60
5.40
5.18
(+)
Inches
.010
.059
.181
.190
.204
.213
.319
.453
.457
Designation: IEC-PR44
Battery Voltage: 1.4 Volts
Average Weight: 1.9 grams (0.1 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.9 Volt / cell ): 600 mAh
( Rated capacity at 625 ohms at 21°C and 50%RH )
Cells: AC675
11.60
11.50
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Schedule: 16 hours/day
Typical Drain @ 1.3V: 2.1 & 1.3 milliamperes
Load: 625 & 1000 ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F) and 50% RH
Typical Drains
@ 1.3V
Schedule (milliamperes)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
625
0.9V
hours
2.1
625
286
16 hours / day
1.3
1,000
462
1K
0.8
0
60
120
180
240
300
Hours of Service
16 hours / day
Form No. EPS - 4505B
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.4
360
420
480
ENERGIZER NO. AC675
Impedance vs. Frequency
12
0% DoD
25% DoD
Impedance (ohms)
10
50% DoD
80% DoD
8
6
4
2
0
0.1
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
Frequency (Hz)
Impedance vs. Depth of Discharge
Impedance (ohms)
25
20
15
10
5
40 Hz
1K Hz
0
0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
Depth of Discharge
IMPEDANCE (Z) : The total opposition that a battery offers to the flow of alternating current.
Impedance is a combination of resistance and reactance.
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Alkaline 1.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN1A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1100A, IEC-LR50
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 8.3 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 3.2 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.8 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 220 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: 1A-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
15.50
15.80
16.10
16.50
DESIGNED SPECIFICALL FOR PHOTO USE
Inches
0.031
0.276
0.610
0.622
0.634
0.650
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
1.5
Voltage, CCV
1.4
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
24 hours / day
Typical Drains
1.25V
(milliamperes)
5.7
220
0.9V
hours
114
1.2
1.1
1.0
Cutoff Voltage
Load
(ohms)
1.3
0.9
0
20
40
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60
80
Hours of Service
100
120
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Alkaline 3V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN132A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1200A, IEC-2LR50
Battery Voltage: 3.0 Volts
Typical Weight: 18 grams (0.6 oz.)
Volume: 7.7 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.8 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 440 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Two No. 1A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
32.50
33.40
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
1.280
1.315
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oF)
3.0
Voltage, CCV
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
1.8
0
20
40
60
80
Service, Hours
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
2.5V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
Cutoff Voltage
24 hours / day
5.7
440
1.8V
hours
114
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120
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Alkaline 6V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN134A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1409A, IEC-4LR50
Battery Voltage: 6.0 Volts
Typical Weight: 36 grams (1.3 oz.)
Volume: 15.3 cubic centimeters (0.9 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 880 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Four No. 1A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
65.20
66.55
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
2.567
2.620
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
6.0
Voltage, CCV
5.6
5.2
4.8
4.4
4.0
3.6
0
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
5.0V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
5.7
880
20
40
Cutoff Voltage
3.6V
hours
114
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60
80
Service, Hours
100
120
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Alkaline 7.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN135A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1505A, IEC-5LR50
Battery Voltage: 7.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 45 grams (1.6 oz.)
Volume: 18.3 cubic centimeters (1.1 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 4.5 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1.1K ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Five No. 1A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
81.60
83.20
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
3.213
3.276
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
7.5
Voltage, CCV
7.0
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
0
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
6.25V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
5.7
1100
20
40
Cutoff Voltage
4.5V
hours
114
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60
80
Service, Hours
100
120
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Alkaline 9V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN136A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1615A, IEC-6LR50
Battery Voltage: 9.0 Volts
Typical Weight: 54 grams (1.9 oz.)
Volume: 22.9 cubic centimeters (1.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 5.4 Volt): 650 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1.32K ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Six No. 1A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
97.50
99.80
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
3.839
3.929
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
7.5
Voltage, CCV
7.0
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
0
Schedule
Typical Drains
7.5V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
5.7
1320
20
40
Cutoff Voltage
5.4V
hours
114
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60
80
Service, Hours
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
100
120
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Alkaline 6V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN164A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1404A, IEC-4LR52
Battery Voltage: 6.0 Volts
Typical Weight: 25.5 grams (0.9 oz.)
Volume: 10.3 cubic centimeters (0.6 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6 Volt): 335 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 400 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Four No. 640A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
1.00
7.00
12.00
16.50
17.10
43.70
44.90
Inches
0.020
0.039
0.276
0.472
0.650
0.673
1.720
1.768
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PHOT USE
6.0
Voltage, CCV
5.6
5.2
4.8
4.4
4.0
3.6
0
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
5.0V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
12.5
400
4
8
12
Cutoff Voltage
3.6V
hours
28
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16
Service, Hours
20
24
28
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 7.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN165A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1500A, IEC-5LR52
Battery Voltage: 7.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 31.5 grams (1.1 oz.)
Volume: 12.9 cubic centimeters (0.8 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 3.6 Volt): 335 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 500 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Five No. 640A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.00
16.50
17.10
54.45
56.15
Inches
0.020
0.276
0.650
0.673
2.144
2.211
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
7.5
Voltage, CCV
7.0
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
0
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
6.25V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
12.5
500
4
8
12
Cutoff Voltage
4.5V
hours
28
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Form No. EBC - 1217B
16
Service, Hours
20
24
28
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 7.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN175A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1501A, IEC-5LR44
Battery Voltage: 7.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 9.5 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 3.5 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.8 Volt): 110 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 15K ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Five No. 675A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
11.90
12.70
26.30
27.70
Inches
0.469
0.500
1.035
1.091
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
8.0
Load: 15K ohms
Typical Drain @ 6.25V:
.42 milliamperes
Schedule: 24 hours /
7.5
Voltage, CCV
7.0
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
0
Schedule
Typical Drains
6.25V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
2.1
0.42
3000
15000
30
60
90
120
Cutoff Voltage
4.5V
hours
50
255
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150
180
Service, Hours
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
210
240
270
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Alkaline 10.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN177A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1606A, IEC-7LR44
Battery Voltage: 10.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 14 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 6.2 cubic centimeters (0.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.8 Volt): 110 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 21K ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: Seven No. 675A-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.20
12.95
40.64
41.66
46.15
47.15
Inches
0.480
0.510
1.600
1.640
1.817
1.856
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
11.2
Load: 21K ohms
Typical Drain @ 6.25V:
.42 milliamperes
Schedule: 24 hours / day
10.5
Voltage, CCV
9.8
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
9.1
8.4
7.7
7.0
Schedule
Typical Drains
6.25V
(milliamperes)
Load
(ohms)
4.5V
24 hours / day
16 hours / day
2 hours / day
4 hours / day
0.42
23.30
8.75
11.70
21000
375
1000
750
25
20
Cutoff Voltage
5.4V
hours
23
19
6.3V
6.3
5.6
0
255
53
21
18
30
60
90
120 150
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180
Service, Hours
210 240
270
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 1.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EN640A
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1126A, IEC-LR52
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Typical Weight: 6 grams (0.2 oz.)
Volume: 2.2 cubic centimeters (0.1 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.9 Volt): 335 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 100 ohms continuous at 20oC)
Cell: 640A-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.00
7.00
10.80
11.10
15.50
15.80
Inches
0.039
0.276
0.425
0.437
0.610
0.622
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PHOTO USE
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21oC (70oC)
1.5
Voltage, CCV
1.4
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
Schedule
24 hours / day
Typical Drains
1.25V
(milliamperes)
12.5
Cutoff Voltage
Load
(ohms)
100
0.9
0.9V
hours
28
0
4
8
12
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Form No. EBC - 1220B
16
Service, Hours
20
24
28
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ENERGIZER NO. EP401E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1118M, IEC-NR1
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 1,100 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 300 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 13 grams (0.46 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cell: P401-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
0.30
3.00
6.00
11.50
2.00
28.50
29.30
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
0.200
0.211
0.287
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ENERGIZER NO. EP675E
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1127MD, IEC-NR44
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 270 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 625 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 2.6 grams (0.09 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
4.50
4.75
5.08
5.35
7.20
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
0.200
0.211
0.283
0.445
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX1
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1100MP, IEC-MR50
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 1,000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 62 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 14.3 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cell: PX1-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
15.60
16.00
16.50
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX13
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1114MP, IEC-MR9
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 260 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 2,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 4.2 grams (0.15 oz.)
Volume: 1.2 cubic centimeters (0.07 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.40
5.79
6.05
12.95
13.21
15.37
15.60
Inches
0.094
0.228
0.238
0.510
0.520
0.605
0.614
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX14
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1201MP, IEC-2MR9
Average Service Capacity (to 1.8 volts): 260 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 5,000 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 8.3 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 3.3 cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cell: Two PX625 in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.00
2.00
14.66
15.40
16.38
16.90
Inches
0.039
0.070
0.577
0.606
0.645
0.665
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX23
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1407MP, IEC-4NR43
Average Service Capacity (to 3.6 volts): 155 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 2,500 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 7.8 grams (0.28 oz.)
Volume: 3.4 cubic centimeters (0.21 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cells: Four 41 in series
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
7.60
14.86
15.25
19.51
20.50
Inches
0.020
0.299
0.585
0.600
0.768
0.807
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX25
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1311MP, IEC-3MR9
Average Service Capacity (to 2.7 volts): 280 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 910 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 15 grams (0.53 oz.)
Volume: 4.8 cubic centimeters (0.29 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Cells: Three PX625-P in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
1.50
7.00
13.00
16.00
16.80
20.00
21.50
Inches
0.031
0.059
0.276
0.512
0.630
0.661
0.787
0.846
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX27
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1413MP, IEC-4RN43
Average Service Capacity (to 3.6 volts): 155 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 2.5K ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 7.7 grams (0.27 oz.)
Volume: 2.3 cubic centimeters (0.14 cubic in.)
Cells: Four 41 in series
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
5.70
7.60
11.94
12.70
19.51
20.50
Inches
0.020
0.224
0.299
0.470
0.500
0.768
0.807
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX30
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1202AP, IEC-2LR53
Typical Capacity (to 1.8V): 160 mAh
o
(Rated capacity at 600 ohms @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 14 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 5.4 cubic centimeters (0.33 cubic in.)
Cells: Two 1522 in series
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
1.65
9.14
9.65
11.56
12.30
18.60
20.86
23.62
24.40
Inches
0.065
0.360
0.380
0.455
0.484
0.732
0.821
0.930
0.961
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX625
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1124MP, IEC-MR9
Voltage: 1.35V
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 260 mAh
o
(Rated Capacity at 2.5K ohms @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 4.2 grams (0.15 oz.)
Volume: 1.2 cubic centimeters (0.07 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.40
5.79
6.05
12.95
13.21
15.37
15.60
Inches
0.094
0.228
0.238
0.510
0.520
0.605
0.614
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX640
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1126MP, IEC-MR52
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 500 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 130 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 8.5 grams (0.3 oz.)
Volume: 2.3 cubic centimeters (0.14 cubic in.)
Cells: PX640-P
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.80
7.00
10.60
11.20
15.60
16.00
Inches
0.031
0.276
0.417
0.441
0.614
0.630
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX675
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1128MP, IEC-MR44
Voltage: 1.35V
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 240 mAh
o
(Rated Capacity at 2.5K ohms @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 2.6 grams (0.09 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic in.)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.13
0.18
1.50
4.50
4.75
5.08
5.35
7.20
11.30
11.60
Inches
0.005
0.007
0.059
0.177
0.187
0.200
0.211
0.283
0.445
0.457
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX76
ENERGIZER
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.20
1.50
4.57
4.83
5.10
5.35
5.35
7.20
5.10
11.30
4.83
11.60
4.57
(-)
11.60
11.30
7.20
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.008
.059
.180
.190
.201
.211
.283
.445
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1107SOP, IEC-SR44
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 2.27 grams (.08 oz.)
Volume: .57 cubic centimeters (.035 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 Volt): 200 mAh
(Rated capacity at 6.5K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.20 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PHOTO USE
1.6
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.5
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.40V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.215
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
6,500
0.9V
hours
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
935
0.8
0
190
380
570
760
950
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.30 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
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ENERGIZER NO. EPX825
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (MnO2)
Designation: N/A
Typical Capacity (to 0.9V): 350 mAh
o
(Rated capacity at 150 ohms continuous @ 21 C)
Typical Weight: 7.2 grams (0.254 oz.)
Volume: 2.53 cubic centimeters (0.155 cubic in.)
Terminals: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.20
2.10
6.10
20.90
22.60
23.00
Inches
0.008
0.083
0.240
0.823
0.866
0.906
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EVEREADY NO. EV6
LeClanche 1.5V
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-905, IEC-R40
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 710 grams (25.0 oz.)
Volume: 492 cubic centimeters (30.0 cubic inch)
Cells: One No. 6P
Jacket: Plastic
(+)
(-)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
23.50
26.70
62.20
66.80
152.10
155.70
162.00
170.70
66.80
62.20
26.70
23.50
155.70
152.10
170.70
162.00
Less Than 125 Parts per Million Mercury
Consult Eveready For Current Zero Added Mercury Status
Inches
.925
1.051
2.449
2.630
5.988
6.130
6.378
6.720
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ENERGIZER NO. EV9
Chemical System: Mercuric Oxide (Zn/HgO)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-15M, IEC-NR6
Average Service Capacity (to 0.9 volts): 2,600 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 24 ohms @ 21oC)
Typical Weight: 31 grams (1.09 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.49 cubic in.)
Cells: 9-P
Jacket: Metal (Green)
Terminal: Flat Contact
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
1.00
4.50
7.50
13.70
14.20
49.00
50.50
Inches
0.004
0.039
0.177
0.295
0.539
0.559
1.929
1.988
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Zinc Chloride 6V
General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV10S
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-915, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 632 grams (22.3 oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series.
Jacket: Metal
15.90
Typical
Dimensions (mm)
22.20
Typical
(+)
(-)
66.70
65.10
66.70
65.10
109.50
97.60 107.20
96.00
BATTERY SHALL PASS FREELY THROUGH A
CYLINDRICAL TUBE 82.6 DIAMETER X 101.6 LONG.
Millimeters
15.90
22.20
65.10
66.70
82.60
96.00
97.60
101.60
107.20
109.50
Inches
.626
.874
2.563
2.626
3.252
3.780
3.843
4.000
4.220
4.311
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Engineering Data
AA
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV15
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-15C, IEC-LR6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 15 grams (0.5oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 1.1 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 15 (size “AA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Millimeters Inches
0.004
0.10
0.031
0.80
0.043
1.10
0.083
2.10
0.110
2.80
0.531
13.50
0.563
14.30
1.870
47.50
1.921
48.80
1.937
49.20
1.972
50.10
Form No. EBC - 3201B
EVEREADY NO. EV15
Typical Applications
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Engineering Data
AA
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. EV115
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
14.30
13.50
Designation: ANSI-15CD, IEC-LR6
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 15 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 1.4 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 15 (size "AA")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
2.10
1.10
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
50.10
49.20
48.80
47.50
Millimeters
.10
.80
1.10
2.10
2.80
13.50
14.30
47.50
48.80
49.20
50.10
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
Reference:
2.80 diameter x 0.80 deep recess
.10
Minimum
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
0.8V
0.9V
1.0V
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
10
1
0.1
Inches
.004
.031
.043
.083
.110
.531
.563
1.870
1.921
1.937
1.972
100
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
10
1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3208B
1,000
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. EV115
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Recorder
1.6
1.6
Load: 43 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
Load: 10 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.5
0.6
40
0
1
2
Service, Hours
3
1.6
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
8
1.1
0.9
0.2
7
1.2
0.9
0
6
1.2
Service, Hours
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
Load: 1.8 ohms
Schedule: 15 seconds / minute
24 hours / day
1.5
1.4
0.6
5
Pulse Test
Toy
1.6
1.5
4
Service, Hours
0.6
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
Service, Minutes
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for most
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 9V
Industrial General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV22
Dimensions (mm)
Form No. EBC - 3204B
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
25.30
26.40
42.39
46.38
46.80
48.50
Inches
0.490
0.510
0.610
0.689
0.996
1.039
1.669
1.826
1.843
1.909
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-1604D, IEC-6F22
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 36 grams (1.27 oz.)
Volume: 22.4 cubic centimeters (1.37 cubic inch)
Cells: Six No. 118P in series
Jacket: Metal
EVEREADY NO. EV22
Typical Applications
Important Notice
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 9V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. EV122
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Dimensions (mm)
CL
17.50
15.50
CL
12.95
12.45
26.40
25.30
(+)
Inches
.490
.510
.610
.689
.996
1.039
1.669
1.826
1.843
1.909
Designation: ANSI-1604D, IEC-6F22
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 37 grams (1.3 oz.)
Volume: 20.3 cubic centimeters (1.2 cubic inch)
Cells: Six No. 118P in series
Jacket: Metal
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
Typical Service to 4.8 volts
10,000
45°C
1,000
Service, Hours
(-)
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
25.30
26.40
42.39
46.38
46.80
48.50
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
48.50
46.38
46.80
42.39
20°C
100
-10°C
10
1
0.1
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1,000
1,000
100
100
6.6V
7.2V
7.8V
10
4.8V
5.4V
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
4.8V
5.4V
6.0V
6.0V
10
6.6V
7.2V
7.8V
1
10
100
1,000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3211B
10,000
1
1
10
Discharge Current, mA
100
EVEREADY NO. EV122
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Toy
10
10
Load: 270 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
9
9
8
8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Load: 620 ohms
Schedule: 2 hours / day
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
0
5
10
15
30
25
20
35
4
40
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
8
Calculator
16
10
Load: 180 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
Load: 180 ohms
Schedule: 0.5 hour / day
9
9
8
8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
14
Recorder
10
7
7
6
6
5
5
4
12
10
Service, Hours
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Service, Hours
7
8
9
10
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Service, Hours
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for most
current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV31
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-918, IEC-4R25-2
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 1.25 kilograms (44.1 oz.)
Volume: 1123 cubic centimeters (68.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Eight No. 60 (size "F")-Two parallel strings of four
in series.
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
15.90 R
Typical
CL
(-)
)+(
73.00
69.10
CL
77.00
75.40
136.50
132.50
125.40
112.70 122.20
109.50
Millimeters
15.90
69.10
73.00
75.40
77.00
109.50
112.70
122.20
125.40
132.50
136.50
Inches
.626
2.720
2.874
2.969
3.031
4.311
4.437
4.811
4.937
5.217
5.374
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C
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Industrial General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV35
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-14C, IEC-R14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 41 grams (1.5 oz.)
Volume: 25.0 cubic centimeters (1.5 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell): 2.9 Ah
(Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cells: One No. 35 (size "C")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paperl
Millimeters Inches
0.004
0.10
0.028
0.70
0.047
1.20
0.185
4.70
0.984
25.00
1.031
26.20
1.795
45.60
0.650
16.50
1.913
48.60
1.961
49.80
Form No. EBC - 3202B
EVEREADY NO. EV35
Typical Applications
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
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Engineering Data
C
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. EV135
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Designation: ANSI-14CD, IEC-R14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 45 grams (1.6 oz.)
Volume: 25 cubic centimeters (1.5 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 3.1 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 35 (size "C")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
26.20
25.00
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
49.80
48.60
46.50
45.60
.70
.10
Millimeters
.10
.70
2.30
4.30
25.00
26.20
45.60
46.50
48.60
49.80
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
Reference:
4.3 diameter x 2.3 deep recess
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
10,000
1,000
1,000
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10,000
0.8V
0.9V
100
1.0V
1.1V
1.2V
10
1
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3209B
0.8V
0.9V
100
1.0V
1.1V
1.2V
10
1,000
Inches
.004
.028
.091
.169
.984
1.031
1.795
1.831
1.913
1.961
1
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. EV135
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Recorder
Radio
1.6
1.6
Load: 20 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0
10
20
30
40
Load: 6.8 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.5
0.6
50
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
1.6
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
4
16
1.1
0.9
2
14
1.2
0.9
0
12
6
Service, Hours
8
10
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 4 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
1.5
1.4
0.6
10
Portable Light
Toy
1.6
1.5
8
Service, Hours
0.6
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Service, Minutes
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
D
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Industrial General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV50
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-13C, IEC-R20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 81 grams (2.9 oz.)
Volume: 53.0 cubic centimeters (3.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell): 4.5 Ah
(Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cells: One No. 50 (size "D")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
Millimeters Inches
0.016
0.40
0.039
1.00
0.079
2.00
0.252
6.40
1.280
32.50
1.343
34.10
2.217
56.30
2.280
57.90
2.343
59.50
2.421
61.50
Form No. EBC - 3203B
EVEREADY NO. EV50
Typical Applications
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
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Engineering Data
D
Zinc Chloride 1.5V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. EV150
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn0 2 )
Designation: ANSI-13CD, IEC-R20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 89 grams (3.1 oz.)
Volume: 53 cubic centimeters (3.2 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell ): 6.1 Ah
( Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain )
Cells: One No. 50 (size "D")
Jacket: Plastic Laminated Paper
34.10
32.50
(+)
Dimensions (mm)
61.50
59.50
57.90
56.30
1.00
.40
Millimeters
.40
1.00
3.30
7.30
32.50
34.10
56.30
57.90
59.50
61.50
This dimension
applies contact
to contact
(-)
Reference:
7.3 diameter x 3.3 deep recess
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT CURRENT PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
10,000
1,000
1,000
0.75V
0.9V
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10,000
100
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
0.1
0.1
1
10
0.75V
0.9V
100
10
1.1V
1.2V
1.3V
1
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Form No. EPS - 3210B
Inches
.016
.039
.130
.287
1.280
1.343
2.217
2.280
2.343
2.421
1,000
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1,000
EVEREADY NO. EV150
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
Radio
Recorder
1.6
1.6
Load: 39 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.6
0
30
60
120
90
150
180
210
Load: 3.9 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.5
240
0
4
Service, Hours
1.4
1.4
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Load: 2.2 ohms
Schedule: 1 hour / day
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
20
1.6
Load: 2.2 ohms
Schedule: 4 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
1.5
16
Toy
Portable Light
1.6
12
8
Service, Hours
0
100
200
300
400
Service, Minutes
500
600
700
0.6
0
50
100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550
Service, Minutes
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Industrial General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV90
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-908C, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6.0 Volts
Average Weight: 600 grams (21.2 oz.)
Volume: 492 cubic centimeters (30 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell): 10 Ah
(Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series
Jacket: Plastic
Millimeters Inches
0.626
15.90
0.906
23.00
1.063
27.00
2.559
65.00
2.685
68.20
3.252
82.60
3.780
96.00
4.000
101.60
4.063
103.20
4.213
107.00
115.00
4.528
Form No. EBC - 3205B
EVEREADY NO. EV90
Typical Applications
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Industrial Heavy Duty
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
EVEREADY NO. EV190
Designation: ANSI-908CD, IEC-4R25X
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 589 grams (20.8 oz.)
Volume: 480 cubic centimeters (29.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 11 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Four No. 60 (size “F”) in series
Jacket: Plastic
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
15.90
23.00
27.00
65.00
68.20
82.60
96.00
101.60
103.20
107.00
115.00
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
CONSTANT RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
Typical Service
1000
1000
3.0V
3.6V
4.4V
100
Service Hours
Service, Hours
Inches
0.626
0.906
1.063
2.559
2.685
3.252
3.780
4.000
4.063
4.213
4.528
10
3.0V
3.6V
4.4V
100
10
4.8V
5.2V
4.8V
5.2V
1
1
1
Form No. EBC - 3234
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
EVEREADY NO. EV190
Typical Applications
Lighting
Lighting
6.8
6.8
Load: 33 ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
5.2
Load: 16ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
6.0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
6.0
4.4
3.6
5.2
4.4
3.6
2.8
2.8
2.0
0
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
0
5
10
Service, Hours
Lighting
20
25
30
Lighting
6.8
6.8
Load: 9.1ohms
Schedule:
24 hours/day
6.0
Load: 9.1ohms
Schedule:
30 Minutes ON
30 Minutes OFF
8 Consecutive hours/day
6.0
5.2
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
15
Service, Hours
4.4
3.6
2.8
5.2
4.4
3.6
2.8
2.0
2.0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
0
Service, Hours
2
4
6
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms.
Pulse Load 10 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
Temperature
45ºC (113ºF)
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-21ºC (-4ºF)
Typical Ri (ohms)
0.7
0.9
1
10
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8
10
Service, Hours
12
14
16
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Engineering Data
Zinc Chloride 6V
Industrial General Purpose
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
EVEREADY NO. EV90HP
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-908C, IEC-4R25
Battery Voltage: 6.0 Volts
Average Weight: 600 grams (21.2 oz.)
Volume: 492 cubic centimeters (30 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity ( to 0.8 Volt / cell): 11 Ah
(Rated capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cells: Four No. 60 (size "F") in series
Jacket: Plastic
Millimeters Inches
0.626
15.90
0.906
23.00
1.063
27.00
2.559
65.00
2.685
68.20
3.252
82.60
3.780
96.00
4.000
101.60
4.063
103.20
4.213
107.00
115.00
4.528
Form No. EBC - 3212B
EVEREADY NO. EV90HP
Typical Applications
INTERNAL RESISTANCE VS. TEMPERATURE
This measurement is an approximation of the
battery's actual internal resistance. It is sensitive
to the loads and operator technique.
Schedule: Background Load 600 ohms.
Pulse Load 10 ohms.
Pulse Duration 1 second
Temperature
45ºC (113ºF)
21ºC (70ºF)
0ºC (32ºF)
-21ºC (-4ºF)
Typical Ri (ohms)
0.7
0.9
1.0
10.0
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Engineering Data
Battery Charger
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. FCC2
LISTED
Designation: Nickel Cadmium Battery Charger
Five Hour Quick Charging
Charge Output: "AA" 110 mA @ 120 VAC
"AAA" 36 mA @ 120 VAC
Charge Capability: One to four "AA" or "AAA"
Charging Time: 5 hours for "AA" or "AAA"
Typical Weight: 156.7 grams ( 5.5 oz. )
Feature: LED "POWER ON" Indicator
Plug-in Unit
R
2E50
Dimensions (mm)
36.07
Millimeters
36.07
46.23
127.00
Inches
1.420
1.820
5.000
46.73
Charge only Nickel
Cadmium batteries;
other batteries may
leak or rupture
causing personal
injury and damages.
For indoor use only.
WARNING:
Plug-in
Battery Charger
127.00
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Form No. EPS - 6603
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. HS10S
Chemical System: LeClanche
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-908, IEC-4R25
Typical Weight: 653 grams (23 oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic in.)
Terminals: Plastic Knurl / Screw Post
Cells: Four N. 60 (size "F") in series
Jacket: Metal
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
15.90
22.20
65.10
66.70
82.60
96.00
97.60
101.60
107.20
109.50
Inches
0.626
0.874
2.563
2.626
3.252
3.780
3.843
4.000
4.220
4.311
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. HS15
Chemical System: Zinc Chloride
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-15F, IEC-R6
Typical Weight: 15 grams (0.5 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.5 cubic in.)
Terminals: Plastic Knurl / Screw Post
Cells: One No. 15 (size "AA")
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
1.10
2.10
2.80
13.50
14.30
47.50
48.80
49.20
50.10
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.043
0.083
0.110
0.531
0.563
1.870
1.921
1.937
1.972
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Engineering Data
D
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
ENERGIZER NO. EN95
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Millimeters
0.28
1.50
9.50
25.37
25.53
32.30
34.20
57.00
57.80
59.50
61.50
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI-13A, IEC-LR20
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 141.9 grams (5.0 oz.)
Volume: 55.9 cubic centimeters (3.4 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 18000 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-350 (size “D”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Inches
0.011
0.059
0.374
0.999
1.005
1.272
1.346
2.244
2.276
2.343
2.421
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45oC
20oC
Service, Hours
1000
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
0.1
100000
10000
0.8
0.9
1.0
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
10000
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
100
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
1
0.1
0.1
1
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 1205F
10000
ENERGIZER NO. EN95
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
600
450
300
150
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Recorder
10 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.7
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Radio
39 ohms 4 hours / day
0
100
200
300
400
500
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.7
0
600
30
Service, Hours
Recorder
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.7
8
16
90
120
Toy
2.2 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
0
60
Service, Hours
24
32
Service, Hours
40
48
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.7
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
Service, Hours
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
2.2 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.8
.7
Important Notice
0
Form No. EBC - 1205F
5
10
15
Service, Hours
20
25
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Engineering Data
LeClanche 22.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. HS6571
NOT INTENDED FOR RETAIL TRADE
Chemical System: LeClanche-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/Mn02 )
Designation: Not yet available
Battery Voltage: 22.5 Volts
Average Weight: 451 grams (15.9 oz.)
Volume: 319 cubic centimeters (19.5 cubic inch)
Cells: Three No. 15135 in parallel.
Dimensions (mm)
88.90
85.75
(+)
(-)
53.20
50.00
50.80
77.75
67.45 Maximum
64.30
Millimeters
50.00
50.80
53.20
64.30
67.45
77.75
85.75
88.90
Inches
1.968
2.000
2.094
2.531
2.656
3.061
3.376
3.500
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P2321M
Designation: NiMH Cordless Phone Battery
For Bell South
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 300 mAh
Typical Weight: 37.7 grams (1.3 oz.)
Special Components: MOLEX Connector
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.79
10.16
13.21
49.02
52.58
81.28
10.16
Inches
.110
.400
.520
1.930
2.070
3.200
52.58
2.79
Typical
49.02
60°
13.21R
Typical
INK PRINTED
AREA
DATE CODE
(INK PRINTED)
81.28
PIN 2 ( - ) NEG
( WIRE, BLACK )
PIN 1 ( + ) POS
( WIRE, RED )
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Form No. EPS - 7402
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P2322
Designation: NiCd Cordless Phone Battery
For Motorola, Panasonic, Uniden
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 280 mAh
Typical Weight: 45.3 grams (1.6 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Ma 52.9
xim 1
um
52.50
Maximum
80.01
Reference
Wire, Red
Millimeters
11.51
51.99
52.50
52.91
80.01
Inches
.453
2.047
2.067
2.083
3.150
.99
51ximum
Ma
11.51
Maximum
Wire, Black
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Form No. EPS - 6502A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P2322M
Designation: NiMH Cordless Phone Battery
For Motorola, Panasonic, Uniden
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 300 mAh
Typical Weight: 36 grams (1.3 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
Ma 52.9
xim 1
um
52.50
Maximum
80.01
Reference
Wire, Red
Millimeters
11.51
51.99
52.50
52.91
80.01
Inches
.453
2.047
2.067
2.083
3.150
.99
51ximum
Ma
11.51
Maximum
Wire, Black
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EPS - 7401
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P2326M
Designation: NiMH Cordless Phone Battery
For Bell South
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 300 mAh
Typical Weight: 38 grams (1.3 oz.)
Special Components: Hoda Connector P/N H2500-02
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
2.79
10.16
13.21
49.02
52.58
81.28
10.16
Inches
.110
.400
.520
1.930
2.070
3.200
52.58
2.79
Typical
49.02
60°
13.21R
Typical
INK PRINTED
AREA
DATE CODE
(INK PRINTED)
81.28
PIN 2 ( - ) NEG
( WIRE, BLACK )
PIN 1 ( + ) POS
( WIRE, RED )
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Form No. EPS - 7403
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P7307
Designation: NiCd Cordless Phone Battery
For Uniden EXP901
Nominal Voltage: 3.6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 700 mAh
Typical Weight: 76 grams (2.7 oz.)
Dimensions (mm)
15.24
16.51
Maximum Maximum
Millimeters
15.24
16.51
51.56
77.47
Inches
.600
.650
2.030
3.050
77.47
Maximum
51.56
Maximum
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Form No. EPS - 6513A
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. P7507
Designation: NiCd Cordless Phone Battery
For Uniden EXP9100-9200
Nominal Voltage: 6 VDC
Typical Capacity: 700 mAh
Typical Weight: 117.0 grams (4.1 oz.)
16.51
Maximum
15.24
Dimensions (mm)
Maximum
Millimeters
15.24
16.51
51.56
77.47
77.47
Maximum
Inches
.600
.650
2.030
3.050
51.56
Maximum
IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Form No. EPS - 6519A
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Engineering Data
Battery Charger
ENERGIZER MODEL NO. QCC4
LISTED
Designation: Nickel Cadmium Battery Charger
Three Hours Quick Charging
Charge Output: "AA" 210 mA @ 120 VAC
"AAA" 60 mA @ 120 VAC
"C/D" 500 mA @ 120 VAC
"9V( 6N )" 10 mA @ 120 VAC
Charge Capability: Two to four "AA", "AAA", "C’ or "D"
One to two "9V"
Charging Time: 3 hours for "AA", "AAA", "C" or "D"
10 hours for "9V"
Typical Weight: 657.2 grams ( 23.2 oz. )
Feature: Timer switch from 3 hour to 10 hour rateafter 3 hours
LED "ON" at 3 hour rate, "OFF" at 10 hour rate
R
2J58
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
60.71
63.50
114.30
180.34
Inches
2.390
2.500
4.500
7.100
114.30
180.34
60.71
63.50
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. S13E
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters Inches
0.13
0.005
0.25
0.010
1.50
0.059
4.42
0.174
4.67
0.184
4.90
0.193
5.08
0.200
5.35
0.211
7.62
0.300
7.80
0.307
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1181SO, IEC-SR48
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.13 grams (0.040 oz.)
Volume: 0.25 cubic centimeters (0.015 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 68 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 15k ohms, 16 hrs /day at 21°C)
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF
1.6
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
1.5
Cutoff Voltage
1.4
16 hours / day
1.03
1,500
0.9V
hours
68
16 hours / day
1.55
1,000
45
Schedule
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
1.2
1.1
1.0
1,000
ohms
0.9
Internal The typical impedance of these cells on open circuit
Resistance and during useful discharge varies from 8-13 ohms.
This applies over a frequency range of 40 - 5,000
hertz and at the current drains shown.
0.8
0
14
28
42
Service, Hours
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1,500
ohms
56
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ENERGIZER NO. S312E
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1179SO, IEC-SR41
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 0.57 grams (0.02 oz.)
Volume: 0.18 cubic centimeters (0.011 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 38 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1.5k ohms, 16 hrs/day at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.03
0.001
0.25
0.010
1.50
0.059
2.70
0.106
3.00
0.118
3.30
0.130
3.60
0.142
4.90
0.193
7.62
0.300
7.90
0.311
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Cutoff Voltage
1.5
1.4
16 hours / day
1.03
1,500
0.9V
hours
38
16 hours / day
1.55
1,000
23
Schedule
Voltage, CCV
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
1.6
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
Internal The typical impedance of these cells on open circuit
Resistance and during useful discharge varies from 12-17 ohms.
This applies over a frequency range of 40 - 5,000
hertz and at the current drains shown.
0.8
0
8
16
24
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4348A
1,500
ohms
1,000
ohms
0.9
32
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ENERGIZER NO. S41E
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1183SO, IEC-SR43
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.70 grams (0.06 oz.)
Volume: 0.44 cubic centimeters (0.027 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 125 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 1k ohms, 16 hrs/day at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.13
0.005
0.20
0.008
1.50
0.059
3.38
0.133
3.63
0.143
3.81
0.150
4.20
0.165
6.70
0.264
11.30
0.445
11.60
0.457
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Cutoff Voltage
1.5
1.4
16 hours / day
1.55
1,000
0.9V
hours
85
16 hours / day
2.48
625
55
Schedule
Voltage, CCV
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
1.6
1.3
1.2
1.1
625
ohms
1.0
Internal The typical impedance of these cells on open circuit
Resistance and during useful discharge varies from 4-13 ohms.
This applies over a frequency range of 40 - 5,000
hertz and at the current drains shown.
0.9
0
17
34
51
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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Form No. EBC - 4350A
1,000
ohms
68
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. 386
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
.13
.20
1.50
3.38
3.63
3.81
4.20
4.20
6.70
3.81
11.30
3.63
11.60
3.38
(-)
11.60
11.30
6.70
Typical
1.5R
Typical
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2 0)
Inches
.005
.008
.059
.133
.143
.150
.165
.264
.445
.457
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1133SO, IEC-SR43
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 1.7 grams (.060 oz.)
Volume: .44 cubic centimeters (.027 cubic inch)
Average Service Capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 120 mAh
(Rated capacity at 6.5K ohms continuous at 21°C)
(+)
.20 Maximum Permissible
Deflection from a Flat.
.13 Minimum (Applies to Top Edge
of Gasket or Edge of Crimp,
Whichever is Higher.)
TYPICAL DISCHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Simulated Test at 21°C (70°F)
DESIGNED FOR USE ON CONTINUOUS LOW DRAIN
-HIGH PULSE DRAIN ON DEMAND
1.7
Closed Circuit Voltage
1.6
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Schedule (milliamperes)
24 hours / day
.238
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
6,500
1.3V
hours
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
503
1.0
0
85
170
255
340
425
510
Hours of Service
INTERNAL Closed circuit voltage no less than 1.30 volts on a load of 100
RESISTANCE ohms at 21°C (70°F) for 0.1 to 2.0 seconds.
Typical closed circuit voltage during discharge on a load of
100 ohms for 5.0 seconds
Depth of Discharge as Percent
of Rated Capacity
Form No. EPS - 4334A
Temperature
0%
40%
80%
21°C (70°F)
1.45V
1.36V
1.28V
-10°C (14°F)
1.07V
0.94V
0.82V
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for most
current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
Checkerboard Square
St. Louis, MO 63164
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. S76E
Chemical System: Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag2O)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-1184SO, IEC-SR44
Battery Voltage: 1.55 Volts
Average Weight: 2.27 grams (0.08 oz.)
Volume: 0.57 cubic centimeters (0.035 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 1.3 Volt): 195 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 625 ohms, 16 hrs /day at 21°C)
Millimeters Inches
0.13
0.005
0.20
0.008
1.50
0.059
4.57
0.180
4.83
0.190
5.10
0.201
5.35
0.211
7.20
0.283
11.30
0.445
11.60
0.457
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Simulated Application Tests
Estimated Average Service at 21°C (70°F)
16 hours / day
1.55
1,000
0.9V
hours
134
16 hours / day
2.48
625
84
Schedule
1.5
Cutoff Voltage
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Typical Drains
@ 1.55V
Load
(milliamperes) (ohms)
1.6
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1,000
625ohms
ohms
0.9
Internal The typical impedance of these cells on open circuit
Resistance and during useful discharge varies from 7-12 ohms.
This applies over a frequency range of 40 - 5,000
hertz and at the current drains shown.
0.8
0
27
54
81
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4349A
1,500
1,000ohms
ohms
108
135
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Energizer e2
Energizer e2
Alkaline Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Name
E96
X522
Picture
Size
Capacity * Voltage ANSI/
(mAh)
(nom.) NEDA
IEC
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
AAAA
595
1.5
25A
N/A
6.5
8.3
42.5
N/A
N/A
9V
595
9
1604A
6LR61
45.6
N/A
48.5
26.5
17.5
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Energizer e2
X91
AA
3135
1.5
15A
LR6
23
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
X92
AAA
1375
1.5
24A
LR03
11.5
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
X93
C
8350
1.5
14A
LR14
66.2
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
X95
D
18000
1.5
13A
LR20
141.9
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets
for details.
For active JIS numbers , refer to IEC.
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Eveready Value
Eveready Alkaline
Alkaline Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Name
Picture
Size
Capacity * Voltage
(mAh)
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
A522
9V
595
9
1604A
6LR61
45.6
N/A
48.5
26.5
17.5
A91
AA
2565
1.5
15A
LR6
23
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
A92
AAA
1125
1.5
24A
LR03
11.5
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
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Eveready Value
A93
C
8350
1.5
14A
LR14
66.2
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
A95
D
18000
1.5
13A
LR20
141.9
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets
for details.
For active JIS numbers , refer to IEC.
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Alkaline Consumer/Oem
Alkaline Consumer & OEM
Alkaline Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Name
521
Picture
Size
Lantern
Capacity * Voltage
(mAh)
(nom.)
52000
6
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
918A
N/A
Weight
Diam.
(g)
(max mm)
1900
N/A
Height
Length
Width
(max mm) (max mm) (max mm)
125.4
136.5
73
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Alkaline Consumer/Oem
522
9V
595
9
1604A
6LR61
45.6
N/A
48.5
26.5
17.5
528
Lantern
26000
6
915A
N/A
885
N/A
109.5
66.7
66.7
529
Lantern
26000
6
908A
N/A
885
N/A
115
66.7
66.7
539
J
595
6
1412AP
N/A
30
N/A
48.5
35.55
9.2
E90
N
1000
1.5
910A
LR1
9
11.95
29.35
N/A
N/A
E91
AA
2850
1.5
15A
LR6
23
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
E92
AAA
1250
1.5
24A
LR03
11.5
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
E93
C
8350
1.5
14A
LR14
66.2
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
E95
D
18000
1.5
13A
LR20
141.9
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets
for details.
For active JIS numbers , refer to IEC.
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Alkaline Industrial
Alkaline Industrial
Alkaline Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Size
Capacity *
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
EN91
AA
2850
1.5
15A
LR6
23
14.5
50.5
N/A
N/A
EN92
AAA
1250
1.5
24A
LR03
11.5
10.5
44.5
N/A
N/A
EN93
C
8350
1.5
14A
LR14
66.2
26.2
50
N/A
N/A
EN95
D
18000
1.5
13A
LR20
141.9
34.2
61.5
N/A
N/A
EN22
9V
595
9.0
1604A
6LR61
45.6
N/A
48.5
26.5
17.5
EN539
J
595
6.0
1412AP
N/A
30
N/A
48.5
35.55
9.2
Name
Picture
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Alkaline Industrial
EN90
N
1000
1.5
910A
LR1
9
11.95
29.35
N/A
N/A
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
Size
Capacity *
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
Length
(max mm)
Width
(max mm)
6 " Cylin.
52000
1.5
906AC
LR40
482
66.7
170
N/A
N/A
Lantern
26000
6.0
908AC
N/A
885
N/A
115
66.7
66.7
Lantern
52000
7.5
903AC
5LR25-2
2.3 Kg
N/A
97
184.2
103.2
Pack
2850
6.0
N/A
N/A
98.8
N/A
50.29
56.41
14.43
Pack
2850
6.0
N/A
N/A
100.6
N/A
49.07
28.42
28.50
EDL4AS
Pack
2850
6.0
N/A
N/A
99.7
N/A
50.29
63.86
14.43
EDL6A
Pack
2850
9.0
N/A
N/A
150.1
N/A
50.29
49.61
26.62
Name
EN6
EN529
EN715
EDL4A
EDL4AC
Picture
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets for detail.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Alkaline OEM Only
Alkaline OEM Only
Alkaline Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Name
3-312
Picture
Size
Capacity *
(mAh)
AAA
1155
Voltage Weight
(nominal)
(g)
1.5
11.5
Height
Diameter
(max mm)
(max mm)
10.29
42.82
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Alkaline OEM Only
3-312I
AAA
1155
1.5
11.5
10.29
42.82
3-315
AA
2850
1.5
22.4
13.99
47.96
3-315I
AA
2850
1.5
22.4
14.3
48.41
3-315INNC
AA
2850
1.5
22.4
14.3
47.6
3-315IWC
AA
2850
1.5
23.0
14.3
50.5
3-315WC
AA
2850
1.5
22.5
13.99
50.5
3-335
C
8350
1.5
64.8
25.25
46.7
3-335I
C
8350
1.5
64.8
26.2
47.17
3-335NNCI
C
8350
1.5
64.1
26.2
46.74
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Alkaline OEM Only
3-335WC
C
8350
1.5
65.5
25.25
50
3-350
D
18000
1.5
137.8
33.2
57
3-350I
D
18000
1.5
137.8
34.15
57.45
3-350NNCI
D
18000
1.5
137.8
34.15
57.05
3-350IWC
D
18000
1.5
141.9
34.15
61.1
3-350WC
D
18000
1.5
139.4
33.2
61.1
3-361
F
26000
1.5
201
32.28
87.81
3-361I
F
26000
1.5
201
32.94
87.81
3-0316
AAAA
1.5
6.2
7.85
39.8
3-0316I
AAAA
1.5
6.2
8.23
39.8
595
595
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Alkaline OEM Only
3-0411
N
1000
1.5
8.8
11.45
27.86
3-0411I
N
1000
1.5
9
11.45
28.12
* Typical capacity rating based on 25 mA continuous current drain to 0.8 volts cutoff per cell. See datasheets
for detail.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC
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Lithium Miniature
Lithium Miniature
Miniature Lithium Application Manual
Click product "name" to view engineering datasheet or click "picture" to view larger image.
Size
Capacity *
(mAh)
Voltage
(nom.)
Weight
(g)
Diam.
(max mm)
Height
(max mm)
CR1025
COIN
30
3
5033LC CR1025
0.7
10.0
2.5
CR1216
COIN
29
3
5034LC CR1216
0.7
12.5
1.6
CR1220
COIN
40
3
5012LC CR1220
0.8
12.5
2.0
CR1225
COIN
50
3
5020LC CR1225
0.9
12.5
2.5
CR1616
COIN
55
3
5021LC CR1616
1.2
16
1.6
CR1620
COIN
79
3
5009LC CR1620
1.4
16
2.0
CR1632
COIN
130
3
N/A
N/A
1.8
16
3.2
CR2012
COIN
58
3
N/A
CR2012
1.3
20
1.2
Name
Picture
ANSI/
NEDA
IEC
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Lithium Miniature
CR2016
COIN
80
3
5000LC CR2016
1.9
20
1.6
CR2025
COIN
170
3
5003LC CR2025
2.8
20
2.5
CR2032
COIN
225
3
5004LC CR2032
3.3
20
3.2
CR2320
COIN
135
3
5020LC CR2320
3.0
23
2.0
CR2430
COIN
290
3
5011LC CR2430
4.6
24.5
3.0
CR2450
COIN
575
3
5029LC CR2450
6.9
24.5
5.0
* Capacity at Rating Drain. See datasheets for details.
For active JIS numbers, refer to IEC.
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Rechargeable Product Offerings
Rechargeable Product Offerings
Consumer
NiMH
Accessories - Charger
Packs
Camcorder
Cellular
Cordless
Digital Camera
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Nickel Cadmium
Nickel Cadmium Batteries
Table of Contents:
Product Offerings
Applications
Polarity Reversal
Electrical Characteristics
High Current Pulse Discharge
Self Discharge
Memory Effect
Temperature Characteristics
Cycle Life
Technical Background Information
The nickel-cadmium battery is a remarkable device. More than fifty years of successful use has
proved this point. Nickel-cadmium batteries may be recharged many times and have a relatively
constant potential during discharge. They will stand more electrical and physical abuse than
any other cell, have good low temperature performance characteristics, and are more than
competitive with other systems in terms of cost per hour of use. They are true storage batteries
using one of the very best electrochemical systems.
"Eveready" Sealed Nickel-cadmium Cells
The nickel-cadmium cell has been used in Europe for many years in its original form, as a vented
or unsealed cell. Technological advances have made possible the extension of the
nickel-cadmium system to small hermetically sealed batteries-rechargeable batteries that are
free of the usual routine maintenance, such as the addition of water. These developments have
brought the economic advantages of rechargeability to small batteries.
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells can be recharged many times to give long useful life,
and are not adversely affected by standing many months, either charged or discharged.
These high quality batteries, when used within their recommended ratings and in applications
where the use of rechargeable cells is justified, will provide economical, trouble-free service.
New portable devices requiring more energy than is economically available from ordinary
primary batteries are practical with this complete line of rechargeable batteries.
Applications
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium batteries are ideally suited for use in many types of
battery-operated equipment. Some of the many applications are listed here:
Calculators
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Nickel Cadmium
Cassette players and recorders
Dictating machines
Digital Cameras
Instruments
Personal Pagers
Photoflash equipment
Portable communications equipment
Portable hand tools and appliances
Portable computers
Radios
Radio control models
Shavers
Tape recorders
Television sets
Toothbrushes
Operation of the Sealed Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Any secondary cell is a combination of active materials which can be electrolytically oxidized and
reduced repeatedly. The oxidation of the negative electrode occurring simultaneously with the
reduction of the positive generates electric power. In a rechargeable battery both electrode
reactions are reversible and the input of current in the proper direction from an outside source
will drive the primary or discharge reaction backwards and in effect recharge the electrodes.
In the uncharged condition the positive electrode of a nickel-cadmium cell is nickelous
hydroxide, the negative cadmium hydroxide. In the charged condition the positive electrode is
nickelic hydroxide, the negative metallic cadmium. The electrolyte is potassium hydroxide. The
average operating voltage of the cell under normal discharge conditions is about 1.2 volts. The
over-all chemical reaction of the nickel-cadmium system can be considered as:
(Charged)
KOH
(Discharged)
Cd + 2NiOOH + 2H2O ⇔ Cd(OH)2 + 2Ni(OH)2
During the latter part of a recommended charge cycle and during overcharge, nickel-cadmium
batteries generate gas. Oxygen is generated at the positive (nickel) electrode after it becomes
fully charged and hydrogen is formed at the negative (cadmium) electrode when it reaches full
charge.
These gases must be vented from the conventional nickel-cadmium system. In order for the
system to be overchargeable while sealed, the evolution of hydrogen must be prevented and
provisions made for this reaction of oxygen within the cell container. These things are
accomplished by the following:
The battery is constructed with excess capacity in the cadmium electrode.
Starting with both electrodes fully discharged, charging the battery causes the positive
electrode to reach full charge first and it starts oxygen generation. Since the negative
(cadmium) electrode has not reached full charge hydrogen will not be generated.
The cell is designed so that the oxygen formed in the positive electrode can reach the
metallic cadmium surface of the negative electrode which it oxidizes directly.
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Nickel Cadmium
Thus, in overcharge, the cadmium electrode is oxidized at a rate just sufficient to offset
input energy, keeping the cell in equilibrium indefinitely. At this point of equilibrium the
positive electrode is fully charged and the negative is somewhat less than fully charged.
Polarity Reversal:
When cells are connected in series and discharged completely, small cell capacity differences
will cause one cell to reach complete discharge sooner than the remainder. The cell which
reaches full discharge first will be driven into reverse by the others. When this happens in an
ordinary nickel-cadmium sealed cell, oxygen will be evolved at the cadmium electrode and
hydrogen at the nickel electrode. Gas pressure will increase as long as current is driven
through the cell and eventually it will either vent or burst. This condition is prevented in some
sealed nickel-cadmium cells by special construction features. These include the use of a
reducible material in the positive in addition to the nickel hydroxide, to suppress hydrogen
evolution when the positive expires. If cadmium oxide is used it is possible to prevent hydrogen
formation and to react the oxygen formed at the negative by same basic process used to
regulate pressure during overcharge.
A cell is considered electrochemically protected against reversal of polarity if, after discharge at
the 10 hour rate down to 1.1 volts, it may receive an additional 5 hour discharge with the same
current without being damaged or otherwise affected. "Eveready" cylindrical cells are protected
against cell rupture, caused by gassing generated during polarity reversal, by a pressure relief
vent.
Energizer Sealed Nickel-Cadmium Rechargeable Batteries
Energizer nickel-cadmium cells are available in cylindrical configuration and range in capacity up
to 5 Amp hours in sizes from AAA to D.
Cylindrical Cells
This cell type incorporates a different electrode arrangement than the button cell. Sintered
plates are used in all cylindrical cells for the positive electrode. This electrode consists of thin,
highly porous nickel plaques impregnated with active materials. The plaque is made by heating
nickel powder in an inert atmosphere until the particles are welded together. The metallic phase
serves as a highly conductive supporting structure for the electrode. The structure of the plate is
such that a large surface is furnished for reaction of the active materials. With the sintered
electrode it is possible to build cells of very low internal resistance.
The negative electrode of most Energizer cylindrical cells is a pasted electrode which consists
of blended active materials pressed onto a metal carrier. It is this electrode that gives Energizer
cylindrical nickel-cadmium cells outstanding cycle life, long term overcharge capability, with
essentially no fade and with little or no memory effect.
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Sealed nickel-cadmium cells under certain abuse conditions such as excessive charge or
overcharge rate, deep discharge with subsequent polarity reversal, may develop high internal
gas pressure. Usually the gas is oxygen, although hydrogen is also evolved in some cases.
Either or both hydrogen and oxygen must be vented.
All Energizer high rate cylindrical cells have a resealing pressure vent. This vent permits the
cell to release excess gas evolved if the cell, for example, is abused. When the internal pressure
has dropped to an acceptable level, the vent will reseal, permitting the cell to be recycled in the
normal manner with little or no further loss of electrolyte or capacity. Repeated venting will
reduce capacity and cycle life.
Contact Material
External electrical connections can be made with any good conductor having adequate current
handling capabilities.
Potting
Nickel-cadmium cells or batteries of any type should not be totally potted. Energizer cells have
resealable vent mechanisms which wold be rendered inoperative by the potting compound.
Electrical Characteristics
Energizer sealed nickel-cadmium cells exhibit relatively constant discharge voltages. They can
be recharged many times for long lasting economical power. They are small convenient
packages of high energy output, hermetically sealed in steel cases, leak resistant and will
operate in any position. The cells have very low internal resistance and impedance, are rugged
and highly resistant to shock and vibration.
The temperature range under which these cells may be operated is wide. Use at high
temperatures, however, or charging at higher than recommended rates, or repeated discharge
beyond the normal cutoffs may be harmful.
Capacity
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discharge at the 1 hour rate to an endpoint of 1.0V/cell for all cylindrical cells. If current is
withdrawn at faster rates than these standards, capacity is decreased.
Paralleling of Cells
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells should not be charged in parallel unless each cell or
series string of the parallel circuit has its own current limiting resistor. Minor differences in
internal resistance of the cells may result, after cycling, in extreme variation in their states of
charge. This may lead to overcharge at excessive currents in some cells and undercharge in
other cells.
Voltage Characteristics
Except in the case of complete discharge, neither cell condition nor state of charge can be
determined by open circuit voltage. Within a short while after charging it may be above 1.4
volts. It will fall shortly thereafter to 1.35V and continue to drop as the cell loses charge.
During discharge, the average voltage of a sealed nickel-cadmium battery is approximately
1.2 volts per cell. At normal discharge rates the characteristic is very nearly flat until the cell
approaches complete discharge. The battery provides most of its energy above 1.0 volt per cell.
If the cell is discharged with currents exceeding the rated value, however, the voltage
characteristic will have more of a slope, a lower endpoint voltage will be necessary and the
ampere hours per cycle will be reduced.
High Current Pulse Discharge
High rate nickel-cadmium cells will deliver exceedingly high currents. If they are discharge
continuously under short circuit conditions, self-heating may do irreparable damage.
The heat problems vary somewhat from one cell type to another, but in most cases internal
metal strip tab connectors overheat or the electrolyte boils. In some instances both events
occur.
General overheating is normally easy to prevent because the outside temperature of the
battery can be used to indicate when rest, for cooling, is required. In terms of cutoff temperature
during discharge, it is acceptable practice to keep the battery always below 45oC (113oF).
The overheated internal connectors are difficult to detect. This form of overheating takes
place in a few seconds or less, and overall cell temperature may hardly be affected. It is thus
advisable to withdraw no more ampere seconds per pulse, and to withdraw it at no greater
average current per complete discharge, than recommended on the data sheet for the
"Eveready" cell in question. In special cases, where cooling of the cell or battery is likely to be
poor, or unusually good, special tests should be run to check the important temperatures before
any duty cycle adjustment is made.
Output capacity is any discharge composed of pulses is difficult to predict accurately because
there are infinite combinations of current, "on" time, rest time, and end point voltage. Testing on
a specific cycle is the simplest way to get a positive answer.
Self-Discharge
Self-discharge characteristics of Energizer nickel-cadmium cells are shown in the chart below.
The characteristics are shown as a decline in percent of rated capacity available.
Self-discharge is increased by elevated temperatures. Batteries are not harmed even if not used
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for long periods of time.
Continuous Overcharge
The overcharge capability of Energizer cylindrical nickel-cadmium cells is outstanding. The next
chart illustrates initial and subsequent discharge curves after 2 years continuous overcharge
without periodic discharges. The first discharge after the 2 year charge period yields a slightly
reduced voltage curve and 65% capacity. The second cycle after 2 years continuous overcharge
provides essentially the same discharge curve as the initial one.
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The chart above illustrates maintenance vs. months of continuous overcharge at the 20 hour rate
with periodic discharges every 3 months at the 1 hour rate. The cells maintain 90% of their
initial capacity after 2 years of this overcharge regimen. This pattern of use would occur if
batteries are left on charge continuously and used one cycle only on an occasional basis.
Memory Effect
Memory effect is that characteristic attributed to nickel-cadmium cells wherein the cell retains the
characteristics of the previous cycling. That is, after repeated shallow depth discharges the cell
will fail to provide a satisfactory full depth discharge. Energizer cylindrical nickel-cadmium cells
are particularly excellent with regard to lack of memory effect. The chart below depicts initial and
subsequent cycles after repeated shallow discharges. The graphs show the initial discharge
curve and the first and second discharge curves after 100 cycles @ 40% depth of discharge.
You will note that the subsequent full depth discharges yield nearly equal capacity to the initial
curve at slightly reduced voltage levels.
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Storage
At elevated storage temperatures self-discharge will be considerably higher than at room
temperature. It is recommended that batteries be stored at 21°C (70°F) or lower for this reason.
Temperature Characteristics
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells experience a relatively small change of output capacity
over a wide range of operating temperature. Charging, however, must be done in a much
narrower range. Temperature limits applicable to operation of the cells are listed in the
specification sheets for each battery.
The capacity vs. temperature curves which are on some individual specification sheets represent
cells discharged at the temperatures shown after charging at room temperature for 14 hours at
the 10 hour rate. This characteristic is also generalized on the following curve.
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Charging nickel cadmium cells below the recommended temperature can cause oxygen
pressure build up and activation of the resealable safety vent. Multiple vent activations will
reduce cell capacity.
Effect of high and low temperatures on storage, discharging and charging of Energizer
Nickel-Cadmium cells and batteries
Low Temperature
Storage (All Types)
Discharge (All Types)
High Temperature
at 60°C (140°F)
at - 40°C (-40°F)
No detrimental effect.
No detrimental effect.
However,, self-discharge is
However, cells or batteries
more rapid starting at 32°C
should be allowed to return to
(90°F) and increases as
room temperature prior to
temperature is further
charging.
elevated.
at - 20°C (-4°F)
at 45°C (113°F)
No detrimental effect but
No detrimental effect.
capacity will be reduced.
Charge
(7 -10 hour rate)
(1 to 3 hour rate)
at 0°C (32°F)
Cells or batteries should not
be charged below 0°C (32°F)
at the 7 - 10 hour rate.
at 15°C (60°F)
Cells or batteries should not
be charged below 15°C (60°F)
at the 1 hour rate or below
10°C (50°F) at the 3 hour rate.
at 45°C (113°F)
Cells or batteries evidence
charge acceptance of
approximately 50%.
at 45°C (113°F)
Cells or batteries evidence
charge acceptance of
approximately 90%.
Impedance and Internal Resistance
Sealed nickel-cadmium cells have a high effective capacitance. Their impedance is so low that
cells which, in effect, are being continuously overcharged, make excellent ripple filters.
Cell impedance is dependent upon frequency and state of charge of the cell. It is lower for a
charged cell than it is for a discharged cell. Values of impedance and resistance are shown on
the individual specification sheets for each cell.
Internal resistance (Re) is calculated using the voltage drop method as described in ANSI
C18.2, which states that a fully charged cell rated at less than 5Ah shall be discharged at
10.0C1A(capacity rating at 1 hour rate in terms of amps) for 2 minutes then and switched to
1.0C1A. The voltage shall be recorded just prior to switching and again upon reaching its
maximum value after switching. The effective internal resistance, Re shall be calculated as
indicated below:
∆V where ∆V = VL - VH and ∆ l = lH - lL
∆l
Notations: Re = Internal Resistance
Re =
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∆V = Voltage Change
∆ l = Current Change
VL = Voltage recorded after switching
VH = Voltage recorded prior to switching
IL = Current recorded after switching
IH = Current recorded prior to switching
For 50% discharged cells, multiply Re by 1.2 factor.
Cycle Life
Cycle life of the nickel-cadmium sealed cell depends both upon cell design and the type of use in
which it is subjected. Excepting violent abuse, the use factors which most seriously influence life
expectancy are:
Amount of overcharge (excessive overcharge is undesirable)
Temperature of charge and overcharge (elevated or lowered temperature is undesirable)
Endpoint requirements regarding rate and capacity (increased cycle life will ordinarily be
the result of a shallow discharge regimen).
Any treatment which causes a cell to vent is harmful. Frequent or extended venting of even
properly valved cells eventually destroys them.
In rating cycle life, end of life of the sealed nickel-cadmium cell is considered to be when it no
longer provides 80% of its rated capacity. If a cell can be considered to be satisfactory while
delivering less than the 80% endpoint figure, cycle life will be greater than that listed. The
ratings are for 21°C (70°F) performance.
Charging
Constant current charging is recommended for sealed nickel-cadmium cells. The 10 hour rate
should not be exceeded unless overcharge is specifically to be prevented. The recharge
efficiency of sealed nickel-cadmium cell is dependent on a number of things, but it is most
important to remember that charging becomes more difficult as temperature increases and
charge rate decreases.
It is possible, under certain conditions, to charge at rates much higher than the 10 hour rate,
but control devices which prevent high rate over-charge are sometimes required.
The nickel-cadmium battery can be trickle charged but floating and constant voltage charging
are not recommended. For maximum performance in situations of long term trickle charge
current required to keep the battery fully charged is approximately the 30-50 hour rate plus
whatever is necessary to compensate for any major withdrawals.
Technical Background Information
This "Eveready" battery construction provides practical high rate charging with minimum cost
and weight for control circuitry. Control concepts make use of the fact that, in the
nickel-cadmium cell system, the cell will heat if charging continues after the electrodes reach full
charge. The cell has been designed to exhibit sufficient temperature rise to effect charge control
without a significant change in operating pressure. The "Eveready" Fast Charge cell series
develops the desired temperature rise, and has the built-in ability to withstand short term
overcharge at rates to one hour values without physical damage or loss in cell capacity. The cell
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construction is specifically designed to withstand overcharge at the three hour rate without
special control circuitry. Considerable heat can be generated within the cell, however, if
overcharge is extended beyond a reasonable period of time. To prevent this heat from causing
gradual cell degradation, it is recommended that the cell temperature not exceed 46°C(115°F)
during this extended overcharge and that the cells be removed from the charger within two or
three days of reaching full charge.
Prior to this construction, any cell overcharged at the one hour rate would be permanently
damaged. This "Eveready" Fast Charge cell can withstand overcharge at these high rates long
enough for the temperature rise to be sensed by simple control elements. This temperature rise
is very pronounced, and provides a positive signal for charge control. As a result, the control
element can be small, lightweight and inexpensive.
Sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells have been manufactured for many years based on
the so-called "oxygen recombination" principle. The charge-accepting capacity of the negative
electrode is made to exceed the charge-accepting capacity of the positive electrode. Upon
charging, the positive electrode reaches a state of full charge before the negative electrode and
oxygen is evolved at the positive electrode. The oxygen gas reacts or combines with the active
cadmium metal on the surfaces of the negative electrode. Thus, recombination of oxygen
prevents the buildup of an excessive internal gas pressure.
In charging nickel-cadmium cells, an overcharge, i.e., ampere-hours input which is in excess
of that previously removed upon discharge, must be provided to insure that the cells have
reached full charge. If overcharge is continued at too high a rate of charge current, the evolved
oxygen gas may not fully recombine, consequently a build up of excessive internal gas pressure
may result. A safety resealable vent is provided to limit excessive build up of pressure. The
proper selection of the electrolyte volume controls oxygen recombination pressure below the
safety vent opening pressure.
The safe charge rate for sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells for extended charge periods
has been established at the ten hour, or the C/10 rate. Capacity (c) is the rated ampere-hour
capacity of the cell and 10 is the number of hours required at perfect charge efficiency to bring a
completely discharged cell to full charge. At the 10 hour rate and lower currents, an equilibrium
condition is maintained in the cell and consequently there is no excessive build up of internal gas
pressure.
Energizer sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells and batteries are now widely used as a
rechargeable power source in many different types of portable or cordless electric appliances.
Charging at the safe recommended 7 to 10 hour rate has proven satisfactory for recharging the
cells or batteries used in many of these appliances, such as tooth brushes, shavers, etc. where
relatively long rest periods between uses are possible. However, there is now a demand for use
of sealed nickel-cadmium cells and batteries in other appliances such as chain saws, electronic
flash, portable drills, professional hair clippers, etc. where the rest periods between uses of the
appliances are much shorter and consequently shorter recharging times, from about 3 hour to
about 1 hour, i.e. C/3 to C/1 rate, are required.
To accomplish charge termination safely and reliably, temperature sensing has required
fast-acting, precise and expensive equipment at the lower charge rates. Because of the size,
cost and complexity of such a system, the thermal sensing approach to overcharge control
heretofore has been impractical for the consumer oriented nickel-cadmium battery powered
portable appliances and devices.
The Energizer Fast Charge cell has been specially designed to withstand high rate overcharge
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and thus to overcome the above mentioned drawbacks.
The Energizer Fast Charge cell exhibits a relatively sharp rise in temperature during high rate
overcharge. The particular type of thermal sensor to be used in combination with the cell or
battery and the charger system is not critical. Probably the least expensive overall cell or battery
control unit is provided by use of a simple snap-action thermostatic switch. The snap-action
thermostatic switch combines the temperature sensing and circuit switching functions in one
small, inexpensive device which can be easily attached to the cell or battery.
A solid-state thermistor sensor may also be used. The thermistor is also relatively
inexpensive and even more compact, although it performs only the function of a sensor.
Auxiliary circuitry and switching means are required to cut off the charging current in response to
the thermistor input. Among the commercially available types of thermistors, the positive
temperature coefficient type is preferred because it changes resistance abruptly at a
predetermined temperature. Auxiliary circuitry is thereby simplified without loss of reliability.
In constructing individual cell or battery units, it is not critical that the thermal sensor be placed
or maintained in actual physical contact with the cell proper, although this is preferred. Individual
cell units may be constructed with a small flat disc-type thermostatic switch welded in contact
with the bottom of the cell. Similar battery units may be constructed with a small thermistor or
bimetallic switch placed in the space between adjoining cells. Any arrangement is satisfactory
providing the thermal sensor is well exposed to the heat generated by the individual cell or one
or more cells of the battery. The use of extensive heat sinks, such as placing the entire battery
in a water bath, is not recommended since this can prevent heat build up, impede oxygen
recombination within the cell and lead to cell venting before sufficient heat rise occurs.
The terminal leads from the thermal sensor may be connected to additional external contacts
or may be brought out from the cell or battery unit and connected directly into the circuit. Where
a sensor-switch device is used in a series-connected battery, it may be preferred to wire the
switch internally between two series cells so that no additional external contacts are required.
The practicality of this connection depends upon discharge current value and sensor current
rating. The advantage would be that the circuit would also open on discharge in case the
battery becomes overheated for any reason.
The charger circuit required for charging the individual cell or battery is not unique. A constant
current type charger is recommended with due regard for heat dissipation and wattage ratings of
all components.
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Nickel
Cadmium chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of
individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the
information in the manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
 2001 EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY, INC.
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Nickel Cadmium Batteries
Application Manual
The nickel-cadmium battery is a remarkable device. More than fifty years of successful use has proved
this point. Nickel-cadmium batteries may be recharged many times and have a relatively constant
potential during discharge. They will stand more electrical and physical abuse than any other cell, have
good low temperature performance characteristics, and are more than competitive with other systems in
terms of cost per hour of use. They are true storage batteries using one of the very best electrochemical
systems.
"Eveready" Sealed Nickel-cadmium Cells
The nickel-cadmium cell has been used in Europe for many years in its original form, as a vented or
unsealed cell. Technological advances have made possible the extension of the nickel-cadmium system
to small hermetically sealed batteries-rechargeable batteries that are free of the usual routine
maintenance, such as the addition of water. These developments have brought the economic
advantages of rechargeability to small batteries.
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells can be recharged many times to give long useful life, and are
not adversely affected by standing many months, either charged or discharged.
These high quality batteries, when used within their recommended ratings and in applications where
the use of rechargeable cells is justified, will provide economical, trouble-free service. New portable
devices requiring more energy than is economically available from ordinary primary batteries are practical
with this complete line of rechargeable batteries.
Applications
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium batteries are ideally suited for use in many types of battery-operated
equipment. Some of the many applications are listed here:
Calculators
Cassette players and recorders
Dictating machines
Digital Cameras
Instruments
Personal Pagers
Photoflash equipment
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Portable communications equipment
Portable hand tools and appliances
Portable computers
Radios
Radio control models
Shavers
Tape recorders
Television sets
Toothbrushes
Operation of the Sealed Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Any secondary cell is a combination of active materials which can be electrolytically oxidized and reduced
repeatedly. The oxidation of the negative electrode occurring simultaneously with the reduction of the
positive generates electric power. In a rechargeable battery both electrode reactions are reversible and
the input of current in the proper direction from an outside source will drive the primary or discharge
reaction backwards and in effect recharge the electrodes.
In the uncharged condition the positive electrode of a nickel-cadmium cell is nickelous hydroxide, the
negative cadmium hydroxide. In the charged condition the positive electrode is nickelic hydroxide, the
negative metallic cadmium. The electrolyte is potassium hydroxide. The average operating voltage of
the cell under normal discharge conditions is about 1.2 volts. The over-all chemical reaction of the nickelcadmium system can be considered as:
(Charged)
KOH
(Discharged)
Cd + 2NiOOH + 2H2O Û Cd(OH)2 + 2Ni(OH)2
During the latter part of a recommended charge cycle and during overcharge, nickel-cadmium batteries
generate gas. Oxygen is generated at the positive (nickel) electrode after it becomes fully charged and
hydrogen is formed at the negative (cadmium) electrode when it reaches full charge.
These gases must be vented from the conventional nickel-cadmium system. In order for the system to
be overchargeable while sealed, the evolution of hydrogen must be prevented and provisions made for
this reaction of oxygen within the cell container. These things are accomplished by the following:
The battery is constructed with excess capacity in the cadmium electrode.
Starting with both electrodes fully discharged, charging the battery causes the positive electrode to reach
full charge first and it starts oxygen generation. Since the negative (cadmium) electrode has not reached
full charge hydrogen will not be generated.
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The cell is designed so that the oxygen formed in the positive electrode can reach the metallic cadmium
surface of the negative electrode which it oxidizes directly.
Thus, in overcharge, the cadmium electrode is oxidized at a rate just sufficient to offset input energy,
keeping the cell in equilibrium indefinitely. At this point of equilibrium the positive electrode is fully
charged and the negative is somewhat less than fully charged.
Polarity Reversal:
When cells are connected in series and discharged completely, small cell capacity differences will cause
one cell to reach complete discharge sooner than the remainder. The cell which reaches full discharge
first will be driven into reverse by the others. When this happens in an ordinary nickel-cadmium sealed
cell, oxygen will be evolved at the cadmium electrode and hydrogen at the nickel electrode. Gas
pressure will increase as long as current is driven through the cell and eventually it will either vent or
burst. This condition is prevented in some sealed nickel-cadmium cells by special construction features.
These include the use of a reducible material in the positive in addition to the nickel hydroxide, to
suppress hydrogen evolution when the positive expires. If cadmium oxide is used it is possible to prevent
hydrogen formation and to react the oxygen formed at the negative by same basic process used to
regulate pressure during overcharge.
A cell is considered electrochemically protected against reversal of polarity if, after discharge at the 10
hour rate down to 1.1 volts, it may receive an additional 5 hour discharge with the same current without
being damaged or otherwise affected. "Eveready" cylindrical cells are protected against cell rupture,
caused by gassing generated during polarity reversal, by a pressure relief vent.
Energizer Sealed Nickel-Cadmium Rechargeable Batteries
Energizer nickel-cadmium cells are available in cylindrical configuration and range in capacity up to 5
Amp hours in sizes from AAA to D.
Cylindrical Cells
This cell type incorporates a different electrode arrangement than the button cell. Sintered plates are
used in all cylindrical cells for the positive electrode. This electrode consists of thin, highly porous nickel
plaques impregnated with active materials. The plaque is made by heating nickel powder in an inert
atmosphere until the particles are welded together. The metallic phase serves as a highly conductive
supporting structure for the electrode. The structure of the plate is such that a large surface is furnished
for reaction of the active materials. With the sintered electrode it is possible to build cells of very low
internal resistance.
The negative electrode of most Energizer cylindrical cells is a pasted electrode which consists of
blended active materials pressed onto a metal carrier. It is this electrode that gives Energizer cylindrical
nickel-cadmium cells outstanding cycle life, long term overcharge capability, with essentially no fade and
with little or no memory effect.
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Sealed nickel-cadmium cells under certain abuse conditions such as excessive charge or overcharge
rate, deep discharge with subsequent polarity reversal, may develop high internal gas pressure. Usually
the gas is oxygen, although hydrogen is also evolved in some cases. Either or both hydrogen and
oxygen must be vented.
All Energizer high rate cylindrical cells have a resealing pressure vent. This vent permits the cell to
release excess gas evolved if the cell, for example, is abused. When the internal pressure has dropped
to an acceptable level, the vent will reseal, permitting the cell to be recycled in the normal manner with
little or no further loss of electrolyte or capacity. Repeated venting will reduce capacity and cycle life.
Contact Material
External electrical connections can be made with any good conductor having adequate current handling
capabilities.
Potting
Nickel-cadmium cells or batteries of any type should not be totally potted. Energizer cells have
resealable vent mechanisms which wold be rendered inoperative by the potting compound.
Electrical Characteristics
Energizer sealed nickel-cadmium cells exhibit relatively constant discharge voltages. They can be
recharged many times for long lasting economical power. They are small convenient packages of high
energy output, hermetically sealed in steel cases, leak resistant and will operate in any position. The
cells have very low internal resistance and impedance, are rugged and highly resistant to shock and
vibration.
The temperature range under which these cells may be operated is wide. Use at high temperatures,
however, or charging at higher than recommended rates, or repeated discharge beyond the normal
cutoffs may be harmful.
Capacity
The capacity rating of Energizer nickel-cadmium cells and batteries is based upon output in discharge at
the 1 hour rate to an endpoint of 1.0V/cell for all cylindrical cells. If current is withdrawn at faster rates
than these standards, capacity is decreased.
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Paralleling of Cells
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells should not be charged in parallel unless each cell or series string
of the parallel circuit has its own current limiting resistor. Minor differences in internal resistance of the
cells may result, after cycling, in extreme variation in their states of charge. This may lead to overcharge
at excessive currents in some cells and undercharge in other cells.
Voltage Characteristics
Except in the case of complete discharge, neither cell condition nor state of charge can be determined by
open circuit voltage. Within a short while after charging it may be above 1.4 volts. It will fall shortly
thereafter to 1.35V and continue to drop as the cell loses charge.
During discharge, the average voltage of a sealed nickel-cadmium battery is approximately 1.2 volts
per cell. At normal discharge rates the characteristic is very nearly flat until the cell approaches complete
discharge. The battery provides most of its energy above 1.0 volt per cell. If the cell is discharged with
currents exceeding the rated value, however, the voltage characteristic will have more of a slope, a lower
endpoint voltage will be necessary and the ampere hours per cycle will be reduced.
High Current Pulse Discharge
High rate nickel-cadmium cells will deliver exceedingly high currents. If they are discharge continuously
under short circuit conditions, self-heating may do irreparable damage.
The heat problems vary somewhat from one cell type to another, but in most cases internal metal strip
tab connectors overheat or the electrolyte boils. In some instances both events occur.
General overheating is normally easy to prevent because the outside temperature of the battery can be
used to indicate when rest, for cooling, is required. In terms of cutoff temperature during discharge, it is
o
o
acceptable practice to keep the battery always below 45 C (113 F).
The overheated internal connectors are difficult to detect. This form of overheating takes place in a few
seconds or less, and overall cell temperature may hardly be affected. It is thus advisable to withdraw no
more ampere seconds per pulse, and to withdraw it at no greater average current per complete
discharge, than recommended on the data sheet for the "Eveready" cell in question. In special cases,
where cooling of the cell or battery is likely to be poor, or unusually good, special tests should be run to
check the important temperatures before any duty cycle adjustment is made.
Output capacity is any discharge composed of pulses is difficult to predict accurately because there are
infinite combinations of current, "on" time, rest time, and end point voltage. Testing on a specific cycle is
the simplest way to get a positive answer.
Self-Discharge
Self-discharge characteristics of Energizer nickel-cadmium cells are shown in the chart below. The
characteristics are shown as a decline in percent of rated capacity available. Self-discharge is increased
by elevated temperatures. Batteries are not harmed even if not used for long periods of time.
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Continuous Overcharge
The overcharge capability of Energizer cylindrical nickel-cadmium cells is outstanding. The next chart
illustrates initial and subsequent discharge curves after 2 years continuous overcharge without periodic
discharges. The first discharge after the 2 year charge period yields a slightly reduced voltage curve and
65% capacity. The second cycle after 2 years continuous overcharge provides essentially the same
discharge curve as the initial one.
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The chart above illustrates maintenance vs. months of continuous overcharge at the 20 hour rate with
periodic discharges every 3 months at the 1 hour rate. The cells maintain 90% of their initial capacity
after 2 years of this overcharge regimen. This pattern of use would occur if batteries are left on charge
continuously and used one cycle only on an occasional basis.
Memory Effect
Memory effect is that characteristic attributed to nickel-cadmium cells wherein the cell retains the
characteristics of the previous cycling. That is, after repeated shallow depth discharges the cell will fail to
provide a satisfactory full depth discharge. Energizer cylindrical nickel-cadmium cells are particularly
excellent with regard to lack of memory effect. The chart below depicts initial and subsequent cycles after
repeated shallow discharges. The graphs show the initial discharge curve and the first and second
discharge curves after 100 cycles @ 40% depth of discharge. You will note that the subsequent full
depth discharges yield nearly equal capacity to the initial curve at slightly reduced voltage levels.
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Storage
At elevated storage temperatures self-discharge will be considerably higher than at room temperature. It
is recommended that batteries be stored at 21°C (70°F) or lower for this reason.
Temperature Characteristics
"Eveready" sealed nickel-cadmium cells experience a relatively small change of output capacity over a
wide range of operating temperature. Charging, however, must be done in a much narrower range.
Temperature limits applicable to operation of the cells are listed in the specification sheets for each
battery.
The capacity vs. temperature curves which are on some individual specification sheets represent cells
discharged at the temperatures shown after charging at room temperature for 14 hours at the 10 hour
rate. This characteristic is also generalized on the following curve.
Charging nickel cadmium cells below the recommended temperature can cause oxygen pressure build up
and activation of the resealable safety vent. Multiple vent activations will reduce cell capacity.
Effect of high and low temperatures on storage, discharging and charging of Energizer NickelCadmium cells and batteries
Storage (All Types)
Low Temperature
High Temperature
at - 40°C (-40°F)
No detrimental effect.
However, cells or
batteries should be
allowed to return to room
temperature prior to
charging.
at 60°C (140°F)
No detrimental effect.
However,, self-discharge
is more rapid starting at
32°C (90°F) and
increases as temperature
is further elevated.
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Discharge (All Types)
at - 20°C (-4°F)
at 45°C (113°F)
No detrimental effect but No detrimental effect.
capacity will be reduced.
Charge
(7 -10 hour rate)
at 0°C (32°F)
Cells or batteries should
not be charged below
0°C (32°F) at the 7 - 10
hour rate.
at 45°C (113°F)
Cells or batteries
evidence charge
acceptance of
approximately 50%.
(1 to 3 hour rate)
at 15°C (60°F)
Cells or batteries should
not be charged below
15°C (60°F) at the 1 hour
rate or below 10°C (50°F)
at the 3 hour rate.
at 45°C (113°F)
Cells or batteries
evidence charge
acceptance of
approximately 90%.
Impedance and Internal Resistance
Sealed nickel-cadmium cells have a high effective capacitance. Their impedance is so low that cells
which, in effect, are being continuously overcharged, make excellent ripple filters.
Cell impedance is dependent upon frequency and state of charge of the cell. It is lower for a charged
cell than it is for a discharged cell. Values of impedance and resistance are shown on the individual
specification sheets for each cell.
Internal resistance (Re ) is calculated using the voltage drop method as described in ANSI C18.2, which
states that a fully charged cell rated at less than 5Ah shall be discharged at 10.0C1A(capacity rating at 1
hour rate in terms of amps) for 2 minutes then and switched to 1.0C1A. The voltage shall be recorded just
prior to switching and again upon reaching its maximum value after switching. The effective internal
resistance, Re shall be calculated as indicated below:
Re =
DV where DV = VL - VH and D l = lH - lL
Dl
Notations: Re = Internal Resistance
DV = Voltage Change
D l = Current Change
VL = Voltage recorded after switching
VH = Voltage recorded prior to switching
IL = Current recorded after switching
IH = Current recorded prior to switching
For 50% discharged cells, multiply Re by 1.2 factor.
Cycle Life
Cycle life of the nickel-cadmium sealed cell depends both upon cell design and the type of use in which it
is subjected. Excepting violent abuse, the use factors which most seriously influence life expectancy are:
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Amount of overcharge (excessive overcharge is undesirable)
Temperature of charge and overcharge (elevated or lowered temperature is undesirable)
Endpoint requirements regarding rate and capacity (increased cycle life will ordinarily be the result of a
shallow discharge regimen).
Any treatment which causes a cell to vent is harmful. Frequent or extended venting of even properly
valved cells eventually destroys them.
In rating cycle life, end of life of the sealed nickel-cadmium cell is considered to be when it no longer
provides 80% of its rated capacity. If a cell can be considered to be satisfactory while delivering less than
the 80% endpoint figure, cycle life will be greater than that listed. The ratings are for 21°C (70°F)
performance.
Charging
Constant current charging is recommended for sealed nickel-cadmium cells. The 10 hour rate should not
be exceeded unless overcharge is specifically to be prevented. The recharge efficiency of sealed nickelcadmium cell is dependent on a number of things, but it is most important to remember that charging
becomes more difficult as temperature increases and charge rate decreases.
It is possible, under certain conditions, to charge at rates much higher than the 10 hour rate, but control
devices which prevent high rate over-charge are sometimes required.
The nickel-cadmium battery can be trickle charged but floating and constant voltage charging are not
recommended. For maximum performance in situations of long term trickle charge current required to
keep the battery fully charged is approximately the 30-50 hour rate plus whatever is necessary to
compensate for any major withdrawals.
Technical Background Information
This "Eveready" battery construction provides practical high rate charging with minimum cost and weight
for control circuitry. Control concepts make use of the fact that, in the nickel-cadmium cell system, the
cell will heat if charging continues after the electrodes reach full charge. The cell has been designed to
exhibit sufficient temperature rise to effect charge control without a significant change in operating
pressure. The "Eveready" Fast Charge cell series develops the desired temperature rise, and has the
built-in ability to withstand short term overcharge at rates to one hour values without physical damage or
loss in cell capacity. The cell construction is specifically designed to withstand overcharge at the three
hour rate without special control circuitry. Considerable heat can be generated within the cell, however, if
overcharge is extended beyond a reasonable period of time. To prevent this heat from causing gradual
cell degradation, it is recommended that the cell temperature not exceed 46°C(115°F) during this
extended overcharge and that the cells be removed from the charger within two or three days of reaching
full charge.
Prior to this construction, any cell overcharged at the one hour rate would be permanently damaged.
This "Eveready" Fast Charge cell can withstand overcharge at these high rates long enough for the
temperature rise to be sensed by simple control elements. This temperature rise is very pronounced, and
provides a positive signal for charge control. As a result, the control element can be small, lightweight
and inexpensive.
Sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells have been manufactured for many years based on the so-
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called "oxygen recombination" principle. The charge-accepting capacity of the negative electrode is
made to exceed the charge-accepting capacity of the positive electrode. Upon charging, the positive
electrode reaches a state of full charge before the negative electrode and oxygen is evolved at the
positive electrode. The oxygen gas reacts or combines with the active cadmium metal on the surfaces of
the negative electrode. Thus, recombination of oxygen prevents the buildup of an excessive internal gas
pressure.
In charging nickel-cadmium cells, an overcharge, i.e., ampere-hours input which is in excess of that
previously removed upon discharge, must be provided to insure that the cells have reached full charge. If
overcharge is continued at too high a rate of charge current, the evolved oxygen gas may not fully
recombine, consequently a build up of excessive internal gas pressure may result. A safety resealable
vent is provided to limit excessive build up of pressure. The proper selection of the electrolyte volume
controls oxygen recombination pressure below the safety vent opening pressure.
The safe charge rate for sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells for extended charge periods has been
established at the ten hour, or the C/10 rate. Capacity (c) is the rated ampere-hour capacity of the cell
and 10 is the number of hours required at perfect charge efficiency to bring a completely discharged cell
to full charge. At the 10 hour rate and lower currents, an equilibrium condition is maintained in the cell
and consequently there is no excessive build up of internal gas pressure.
Energizer sealed secondary nickel-cadmium cells and batteries are now widely used as a rechargeable
power source in many different types of portable or cordless electric appliances. Charging at the safe
recommended 7 to 10 hour rate has proven satisfactory for recharging the cells or batteries used in many
of these appliances, such as tooth brushes, shavers, etc. where relatively long rest periods between uses
are possible. However, there is now a demand for use of sealed nickel-cadmium cells and batteries in
other appliances such as chain saws, electronic flash, portable drills, professional hair clippers, etc.
where the rest periods between uses of the appliances are much shorter and consequently shorter
recharging times, from about 3 hour to about 1 hour, i.e. C/3 to C/1 rate, are required.
To accomplish charge termination safely and reliably, temperature sensing has required fast-acting,
precise and expensive equipment at the lower charge rates. Because of the size, cost and complexity of
such a system, the thermal sensing approach to overcharge control heretofore has been impractical for
the consumer oriented nickel-cadmium battery powered portable appliances and devices.
The Energizer Fast Charge cell has been specially designed to withstand high rate overcharge and
thus to overcome the above mentioned drawbacks.
The Energizer Fast Charge cell exhibits a relatively sharp rise in temperature during high rate
overcharge. The particular type of thermal sensor to be used in combination with the cell or battery and
the charger system is not critical. Probably the least expensive overall cell or battery control unit is
provided by use of a simple snap-action thermostatic switch. The snap-action thermostatic switch
combines the temperature sensing and circuit switching functions in one small, inexpensive device which
can be easily attached to the cell or battery.
A solid-state thermistor sensor may also be used. The thermistor is also relatively inexpensive and
even more compact, although it performs only the function of a sensor. Auxiliary circuitry and switching
means are required to cut off the charging current in response to the thermistor input. Among the
commercially available types of thermistors, the positive temperature coefficient type is preferred because
it changes resistance abruptly at a predetermined temperature. Auxiliary circuitry is thereby simplified
without loss of reliability.
In constructing individual cell or battery units, it is not critical that the thermal sensor be placed or
maintained in actual physical contact with the cell proper, although this is preferred. Individual cell units
may be constructed with a small flat disc-type thermostatic switch welded in contact with the bottom of the
cell. Similar battery units may be constructed with a small thermistor or bimetallic switch placed in the
space between adjoining cells. Any arrangement is satisfactory providing the thermal sensor is well
exposed to the heat generated by the individual cell or one or more cells of the battery. The use of
extensive heat sinks, such as placing the entire battery in a water bath, is not recommended since this
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can prevent heat build up, impede oxygen recombination within the cell and lead to cell venting before
sufficient heat rise occurs.
The terminal leads from the thermal sensor may be connected to additional external contacts or may
be brought out from the cell or battery unit and connected directly into the circuit. Where a sensor-switch
device is used in a series-connected battery, it may be preferred to wire the switch internally between two
series cells so that no additional external contacts are required. The practicality of this connection
depends upon discharge current value and sensor current rating. The advantage would be that the
circuit would also open on discharge in case the battery becomes overheated for any reason.
The charger circuit required for charging the individual cell or battery is not unique. A constant current
type charger is recommended with due regard for heat dissipation and wattage ratings of all components.
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Nickel
Cadmium chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the
characteristics of individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are
considering the use of a particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current
information. None of the information in the manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready
Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or
devices.
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Energizer Miniature Lithium Batteries
Table of Contents:
Product Offerings
Miniature Lithium
Lithium Manganese Dioxide System (miniature)
A FEW WORDS ABOUT LITHIUM BATTERIES
Why choose lithium batteries over the other battery systems?
The most significant advantages of lithium batteries are long (10 + year estimated) shelf life at
room temperature, good low temperature operation, high operating voltage and excellent
leakage resistance. In many cases this battery can become a permanent component for the
lifetime of your equipment. Many "Eveready" lithium batteries have Underwriters Laboratories'
Component Recognition (see data pages for specific types)
Following is information on lithium battery systems available to you today from "Energizer".
Information presented in this page and its contents represents performance of typical batteries. Since the characteristics of individual batteries are
sometimes modified, those considering the use of a particular battery should contact the nearest Eveready Battery sales office for current
information. This folder and its contents contain general background information only and none of the information constitutes a representation or
warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning any batteries.
FEATURES OF "Energizer" LITHIUM BATTERIES:
High energy density
High voltage
Long shelf life
Wide temperature range for operation and storage
Underwriters Labs (UL) component recognition for selected types
Leak resistant
Small size
Suitable for pulse discharge
Ideal standby power source
May be used in any position
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR LITHIUM BATTERIES
Audio Equipment
Calculators
Cameras & Light Meters
Data Acquisition Systems
Electronic Communication Devices
Electronic Games
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Electronic Wristwatches & Clocks
Hearing Aids
Industrial Monitors/Controls
Medical Equipment
Memory Retention
Micro Cassette Recorders
Military Electronics
Remote Keyless Entry
Security Devices
Small Electronic Instruments
Switchboards
Transceivers & Radios
LITHIUM MANGANESE DIOXIDE SYSTEM
(Li/MnO²) MINIATURE
Operating Temperature Range -40°C to +60°C
Max. Recommended Wave Soldering Time: 2 Sec.
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This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Lithium
chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of individual
batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a particular battery
should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the information in the
manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific
performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1025
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5033LC, IEC-CR1025
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 0.7 grams (0.02 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.1 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 30 mAh
(Rated capacity at 45K ohms at 21ºC)
Energy Density: 124 milliwatt hr/g, 435 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.30
2.20
2.50
7.00
9.70
10.00
Inches
0.001
0.012
0.087
0.098
0.276
0.382
0.394
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
64
45,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.2
Voltage, CCV
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
0
60
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4110B
2.0V
hours
467
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1216
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5034LC, IEC-CR1216
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 0.7 grams (0.02 oz.)
Volume: 0.2 cubic centimeters (0.01 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 29 mAh
(Rated capacity at 45K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 118 milliwatt hr/g, 413 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.30
1.10
1.35
1.40
1.60
8.80
9.80
12.20
12.50
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.63 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
7.00 milliamperes
Background Load:
45k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
Inches
0.001
0.012
0.043
0.053
0.055
0.063
0.346
0.386
0.480
0.492
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.85V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
63
45,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
467
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.0
175
3.0
150
2.8
125
2.6
2.6
Pulse
2.4
100
2.2
75
2.0
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
24 hours/day50
Voltage, CCV
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
IR, Ohms
Background
2.4
2.2
2.0
IR
24 hours/day25
1.8
0
4
8
12
16
20
Capacity, mAh
24
28
32
1.8
0
100
200
300
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4112C
400
500
ENERGIZER NO. CR1216
Service Maintenance as a Function of Storage
Temperature and Time
Low Temperature Performance
100
3.2
21ºC
% Service Main.
Voltage, CCV
3.0
21ºC
2.8
2.6
-10ºC
2.4
-40ºC
2.2
80
45ºC
60
60ºC
71ºC
2.0
1.8
40
0
7.5
15
22.5
mAh
30
37.5
0
2
4
6
Years at Temperature
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4112C
8
10
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1220
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5012LC, IEC-CR1220
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 0.76 grams (0.03 oz.)
Volume: 0.25 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 40 mAh
(Rated capacity at 45K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 153 milliwatt hr/g, 464 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
1.40
1.60
1.80
2.00
9.90
10.90
12.25
12.50
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.064 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.30 milliamperes
Background Load:
45k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.055
0.063
0.071
0.079
0.390
0.429
0.482
0.492
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
64
45,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
628
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
3.0
280
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.0
Background
240
200
Pulse
2.4
160
2.2
120
2.0
IR
1.8
0
5
10
15
20 25 30
Capacity, mAh
Voltage, CCV
2.6
2.8
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
24 hours/day
24 hours/day 80
24 hours/day
2.0
40
1.8
24 hours/day
35
40
45
0
80
160
240
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4113B
320
400
Service, Hours
480
560
640
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1225
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5020LC, IEC-CR1225
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 0.9 grams (0.03 oz.)
Volume: 0.28 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 50 mAh
(Rated capacity at 45K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 161 milliwatt hr/g, 518 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
2.20
2.50
4.00
12.20
12.50
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.064 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.30 milliamperes
Background Load:
45k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
64
45,000
3.0
80
70
50
2.2
40
IR
1.8
0
6
12
18
24
30
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
30
24 hours/day
20
36
42
Voltage, CCV
2.4
2.0
2.8
60
Pulse
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
0
82 164 246 328 410 492 574 656 738 820
48
Service, Hours
Capacity, mAh
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4114B
2.0V
hours
817
3.0
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Background
2.6
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.087
0.098
0.157
0.480
0.492
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1616
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5021LC, IEC-CR1616
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 1.2 grams (0.04 oz.)
Volume: 0.32 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 55 mAh
(Rated capacity at 30K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 133 milliwatt hr/g, 498 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
1.10
1.40
1.60
12.90
13.10
15.70
16.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.097 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.50 milliamperes
Background Load:
30k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.043
0.055
0.063
0.508
0.516
0.618
0.630
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
97
30,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
610
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
3.0
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
90
3.0
Background
2.8
70
2.6
Pulse
2.4
60
2.2
50
IR
2.0
1.8
0
8
16
24
32
40
Capacity, mAh
Voltage, CCV
2.6
80
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
2.4
2.2
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
40
2.0
24 hours/day
30
1.8
48
56
64
0
65 130 195 260 325 390 455 520 585 650
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4115B
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1620
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5009LC, IEC-CR1620
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 1.4 grams (0.05 oz.)
Volume: 0.4 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 79 mAh
(Rated capacity at 30K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 164 milliwatt hr/g, 573 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
1.50
1.65
1.85
2.00
15.90
16.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.097 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.80 milliamperes
Background Load:
30k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.059
0.065
0.073
0.079
0.626
0.630
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
97
30,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
851
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.0
120
3.0
105
2.8
90
2.6
Pulse
2.4
75
2.2
60
Voltage, CCV
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.6
IR, Ohms
Background
2.8
2.4
2.2
IR
2.0
45
2.0
1.8
30
1.8
0
9
18
27 36 45 54
Capacity, mAh
63
72
81
0
90 180 270 360 450 540 630 720 810 900
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4116B
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR1632
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 1.8 grams
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 130 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms at 21ºC)
Terminals: Flat Contacts
Energy Density: 209 milliwatt hr/g, 754 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
3.00
3.20
12.00
15.75
16.00
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.118
0.126
0.472
0.620
0.630
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
190
15,000
24 hours / day
Typical Capacity Characteristics
Simulated test at 21ºC (70ºF)
2.0V
hours
710
Typical Discharge Characteristics
Simulated test at 21ºC (70ºF) Load: 15kΩ
3.5
150
3.0
Voltage, CCV
Capacity (mAh)
125
100
75
50
2.5
2.0
25
0
1.5
0
10
20
30
40 50 60
Load (kΩ)
Ω)
70
80
90
100
0
100
200
300 400 500
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4126A
600
700
800
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR2012
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: IEC-CR2012
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 1.3 grams (0.04 oz.)
Volume: 0.3 cubic centimeters (0.02 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 58 mAh
(Rated capacity at 30K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 129 milliwatt hr/g, 561 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
0.88
1.00
1.04
1.20
8.00
19.70
20.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.097 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.80 milliamperes
Background Load:
30k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
97
30,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
613
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
210
3.0
3.0
Background
180
2.6
150
2.8
Pulse
2.4
120
2.2
90
2.0
60
Voltage, CCV
2.8
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.035
0.039
0.041
0.047
0.315
0.776
0.787
2.6
2.4
2.2
IR
1.8
1.6
0
6
12
18
24 30 36 42
Capacity, mAh
48
54
30
2.0
0
1.8
60
0
80
160
240 320 400
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4117B
480
560
640
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR2016
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5000LC, IEC-CR2016
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 1.9 grams (0.07 oz.)
Volume: 0.5 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 80 mAh
(Rated capacity at 30K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 122 milliwatt hr/g, 464 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.08
0.20
1.22
1.40
1.47
1.60
16.60
17.70
20.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.97 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
6.50 milliamperes
Background Load:
30k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Schedule
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
120
Background
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.2
100
2.8
3.0
Pulse
2.6
60
2.4
40
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
20
24 hours/day
IR
2.2
24 hours/day
0
2
18
27 36 45 54
Capacity, mAh
63
72
81
Voltage, CCV
80
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
3
9
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Load
(ohms)
2.0V
hours
6
500,000
13,800
97
30,000
830
2,900
1,000
25
Estimated Average Service at -30ºC (-22ºF)
83
30,000
680
24 hours / day
3.2
0
Inches
0.003
0.008
0.048
0.055
0.058
0.063
0.654
0.697
0.787
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
0
90 180 270 360 450 540 630 720 810 900
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4118B
ENERGIZER NO. CR2016
Low Temperature Performance
3.2
Service Maintenance as a Function of Storage
Temperature and Time
100
21ºC
21ºC
-10ºC
2.8
% Service Main.
Voltage, CCV
3.0
2.6
2.4
-40ºC
2.2
80
45ºC
60
60ºC
2.0
71ºC
1.8
40
0
20
40
60
80
100
0
mAh
2
4
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4118B
6
Years at Temperature
8
10
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR2025
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5003LC, IEC-CR2025
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 2.8 grams (0.10 oz.)
Volume: 0.8 cubic centimeters (0.05 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 170 mAh
(Rated capacity at 15K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 176 milliwatt hr/g, 616 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
1.88
2.18
2.20
2.50
17.50
17.90
19.80
20.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.19 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
7.00 milliamperes
Background Load:
15k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.074
0.086
0.087
0.098
0.689
0.705
0.780
0.787
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
193
386
1,450
2,900
15,000
7,500
2,000
1,000
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
925
450
120
60
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
3.0
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
160
3.0
Background
140
2.8
Pulse
100
2.4
80
2.2
60
2.0
24 hours/day
40
24 hours/day
24 hours/day 20
IR
1.8
1.6
0
20
40
60
80
24 hours/day 0
100 120 140 160 180
Voltage, CCV
120
2.6
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
2k
Ohms
7.5k
Ohms
1.8
Capacity, mAh
0
160
320
480
640
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4119C
15k
Ohms
800
960
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Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR2032
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5004LC, IEC-CR2032
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 3.3 grams (0.12 oz.)
Volume: 1.0 cubic centimeters (0.06 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 225 mAh
(Rated capacity at 10K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 198 milliwatt hr/g, 653 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
2.90
3.20
16.70
17.10
19.80
20.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.295 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
7.3 milliamperes
Background Load:
10k ohms
Pulse Load:
400 ohms
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
97
193
290
440
30,000
15,000
10,000
6,500
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
175
3.0
125
2.4
100
2.2
75
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
50
24 hours/day
2.0
IR
1.8
25
Voltage, CCV
150
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
Pulse
2.6
2.0V
hours
2,250
1,184
800
511
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Background
2.8
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
200
3.0
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.114
0.126
0.657
0.673
0.780
0.787
2.8
10k
Ohms
2.6
15k
Ohms
2.4
2.2
6.5k
Ohms
30k
Ohms
2.0
24 hours/day
1.6
0
0
24
48
72
96 120 144 168 192 216 240
Capacity, mAh
1.8
0
400
800
1200
1600
Service, Hours
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4120C
2000
2400
ENERGIZER NO. CR2032
Service Maintenance as a Function of Storage
Temperature and Time
Low Temperature Performance
3.2
100
3.0
% Service Main.
Voltage, CCV
21ºC
2.8
-10ºC
2.6
2.4
-40ºC
2.2
21ºC
80
45ºC
60
60ºC
71ºC
2.0
1.8
0
56
112
168
mAh
224
280
40
0
2
4
6
Years at Temperature
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4120C
8
10
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ENERGIZER NO. CR2320
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5020LC, IEC-CR2320
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 3.3 grams (0.10 oz.)
Volume: 0.83 cubic centimeters (0.05 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 135 mAh
(Rated capacity at 10K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 119 milliwatt hr/g, 472 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.03
0.20
1.75
2.00
8.00
22.70
23.00
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.29 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
8.60 milliamperes
Background Load:
10k ohms
Pulse Load:
300 ohms
3.0
Inches
0.001
0.008
0.069
0.079
0.315
0.894
0.906
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
290
10,000
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
476
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.0
140
Background
120
100
Pulse
2.4
80
2.2
60
2.0
IR
1.8
Voltage, CCV
2.6
2.8
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
2.8
2.6
2.4
24 hours/day
40
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
2.2
24 hours/day
2.0
20
1.6
0
20
40
60
80
100
Capacity, mAh
120
0
140
0
60
120
180
240
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
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Form No. EBC - 4121B
300
Service, Hours
360
420
480
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ENERGIZER NO. CR2430
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-5011LC, IEC-CR2430
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 4.6 grams (0.16 oz.)
Volume: 1.3 cubic centimeters (0.08 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 290 mAh
(Rated capacity at 10K ohms at 21ºC)
Max. Reverse Charging Current: 1 microampere
Energy Density: 183 milliwatt hr/g, 647 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.10
0.18
0.70
1.30
2.20
2.40
2.70
3.00
21.00
22.00
24.20
24.50
INTERNAL RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Pulse Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule: Continuous for background
2 seconds X 12 times/day for pulse
Typical Background Drain @ 2.9V (milliamps):
0.29 milliamperes
Typical Pulse Drain @ 2.6V (milliamps):
9.30 milliamperes
Background Load:
10k ohms
Pulse Load:
300 ohms
Inches
0.004
0.007
0.028
0.051
0.087
0.094
0.106
0.118
0.827
0.866
0.953
0.965
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
145
290
20,000
10,000
24 hours / day
24 hours / day
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
2.0V
hours
2,000
1,000
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
3.2
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
160
3.0
3.0
140
2.8
120
2.8
100
2.4
80
2.2
60
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
24 hours/day
2.0
IR
1.8
24 hours/day
1.6
0
50
100
150
200
250
Voltage, CCV
Pulse
2.6
IR, Ohms
Closed Circuit Voltage
Background
2.6
2.4
2.2
40
20
0
300
2.0
2k
Ohms
15k
Ohms
1.8
Capacity, mAh
0
300
600
900
Important Notice
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time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4122B
1200 1500 1800 2100
Service, Hours
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Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
ENERGIZER NO. CR2450
Chemical System: Lithium/Manganese Dioxide (Li/MnO2)
Dimensions (mm)
Designation: Not yet Available
Battery Voltage: 3 Volts
Average Weight: 6.9 grams (0.24 oz.)
Volume: 2.4 cubic centimeters (0.14 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 2.0 Volts): 575 mAh
(Rated capacity at 5.1K ohms at 23ºC)
Energy Density: 242 milliwatt hr/g, 695 milliwatt hr/cc
Millimeters
0.25
0.75
1.00
1.25
3.15
3.45
4.60
5.00
20.90
21.90
24.30
24.5
Inches
0.010
0.030
0.039
0.049
0.124
0.136
0.181
0.197
0.823
0.862
0.957
0.965
SIMULATED APPLICATION TESTS
Estimated Average Service at 21ºC (70ºF)
Schedule
Typical Drains
@ 2.9V
(microamperes)
Load
(ohms)
24 hours / day
568
5,100
CUTOFF VOLTAGE
Typical DischargeCharacteristics
Simulated Test at 21ºC (70ºF)
3.2
Voltage, CCV
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
0
110
220
330
440
550
660
770
880
990
1100
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 4123B
2.0V
hours
1,060
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Energizer Alkaline Application Manual
Table of Contents
Product Offerings
Energizer e2
Consumer/OEM
Industrial
OEM Only
System Description
Electro-chemistry
Temperature
Internal Resistance
Battery Testing
Key Factors in Battery Selection
Applications
Energizer Cylindrical Alkaline (Zn/MnO2) Batteries
System Description
In answer to a growing need for a high rate source of portable power, Energizer technology has
developed the Energizer Alkaline, Advanced Formula battery. The Energizer Alkaline system is designed
to provide an economical power source for today’s devices that require heavy current or continuous use.
The general characteristics of the Alkaline system are:
Better discharge rate capability than Carbon Zinc
Lower and more stable internal resistance than Carbon Zinc
Better low temperature performance than Carbon Zinc
Better service maintenance than Carbon Zinc
Higher energy density than Carbon Zinc
More economical than Carbon Zinc in terms of cost per hour of use on high current
drains
Sloping discharge curve
Relatively insensitive to changes in the discharge rate or duty cycle
Available in voltages ranging from 1.5 to 12.0 and in a variety of shapes and sizes
Battery Description
Cylindrical Alkaline batteries are produced with a high surface area zinc anode, a high density
manganese dioxide cathode, and a potassium hydroxide electrolyte. A cutaway of a typical cylindrical
Alkaline battery is illustrated in the following diagram:
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Cathodes are a mixture of high purity electrolytic manganese dioxide and carbon conductor.
Anodes are a gelled mixture of zinc powder and electrolyte
Separators of specially selected materials prevent migration of any solid particles in the
battery
Steel can confines active materials and serves as the cathode collector
Brass pin serves as the anode collector
Top and bottom covers provide contact surfaces of nickel-plated steel
Non-conductive plastic film label electronically insulates the battery
Molded nylon seal provides a safety venting mechanism
Electrochemistry
The rate capability, energy density, service maintenance and low temperature performance of the
cylindrical Alkaline system are the result of an electrochemical interaction between:
A high purity, high density cathode containing a conductive carbon matrix.
A high purity, high surface area zinc anode.
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A highly conductive, low freezing point electrolyte solution.
The open circuit voltage of fresh cylindrical Alkaline batteries is typically 1.58 volts. The closed circuit
voltage declines gradually as a function of the depth of discharge; therefore greater hours of service are
obtained as the functional end point voltage is lowered. The energy output of Alkaline batteries is less
sensitive to variation in the discharge rate and duty cycle than comparable size LeClanche or Zinc
Chloride batteries. Typical D size Alkaline performance to a 0.9 volt cutoff is shown in the following
diagrams:
The electrochemical inputs of cylindrical Alkaline batteries are greater than that of similar sized Carbon
Zinc batteries. This additional energy, in conjunction with high efficiency, gives cylindrical Alkaline
batteries a service advantage on simulated application tests of 4 to 9 times that of Carbon Zinc as shown
in the following chart:
TEST
LOAD
DUTY CYCLE
E95 vs. 950
Typical Percent of
Carbon Zinc Service
Motor Toy
2.2 ohms
1 hr/day
960%
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Recorder
3.9 ohms
1 hr/day
440%
Flashlight
2.2 ohms
4 min/hr, 8 hrs/day
400%
Radio
39 ohms
4 hrs/day
425%
This ability of cylindrical Alkaline batteries to deliver more energy than Carbon Zinc under continuous or
heavy duty, high drain conditions is shown by the following discharge curves:
However, as the drain rate is decreased and the duty cycle on-time reduced, the service difference
between the Alkaline and Carbon Zinc systems is reduced. This reduction in the service difference is
shown by the following discharge curves:
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Temperature
In general, changes in usage temperature affect the service of Alkaline batteries to a lesser degree than
comparable size Carbon Zinc batteries.
Heavy drain is defined as current that would discharge the battery within one day at room temperature.
Moderate drain is defined as a current that would discharge the battery in approximately one week at
room temperature.
Light drain is defined as a current that would discharge the battery after one month or more at room
temperature.
Service on all drains after storage at high temperatures is eventually reduced by an increase in self
discharge.
Because of the high purity of materials used, their basic electrochemical stability, and patented sealing
techniques, Energizer Alkaline batteries exhibit excellent service maintenance characteristics. On
moderate drains between a 0.75 volt and 0.9 volt Functional End Point (FEP), the following typical service
maintenance can be expected at storage periods and temperatures indicated below.
The testing of cylindrical Alkaline batteries at higher or lower discharge rates can affect the percent of
retained ampere-hour capacity by approximately 5% to 10%.
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While the storage of Alkaline batteries at temperatures below 21oC will increase their service
maintenance, the percentage of ampere-hour capacity saved makes storage at low temperatures
uneconomical under most circumstances. Storage at temperatures exceeding 21oC for sustained periods
of time will significantly reduce service maintenance. However, in all cases, the high temperature service
maintenance of Alkaline batteries is greater than comparable Carbon Zinc. The typical effect of storage
temperature on Alkaline service maintenance is shown in the following diagram.
Internal Resistance
The internal resistance (Ri) of a battery is its opposition to the flow of current. In all cases, this resistance
increases as the temperature of a battery decreases. While the absolute Ri will vary with the load, the rate
at which it increases in cylindrical Alkaline batteries is significantly less than that of Carbon Zinc. The Ri of
a cylindrical Alkaline battery remains relatively constant until it approaches end of service life and then
increases rapidly as shown in the following diagram:
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Internal resistance is typically measured in one of two ways:
1. As a reduction in closed circuit voltage when the applied load is increased (voltage drop)
2. As a maximum short circuit current (flash amps)
The Rj values obtained are subject to a number of variables and measurement techniques. The effective
Rj values shown on individual data pages were calculated using the voltage drop method which projects
the batteries current carrying capability in actual device applications. This calculation involves placing a
battery on a constant background load, allowing it to stabilize, and then pulsing it with a heavier load for
one second. The resulting voltage drop is then measured and expressed in terms of ohms as shown in
the following example:
Determination of Internal Resistance
Voltage Drop Method
Rj = Internal Resistance
Rb Resistance of Background Load
Eb = Background Voltage
Rp = Resistance at Pulse Load
Ep = Voltage at End of Pulse
∆E = Voltage Change
∆ I = Current Change
Ib = Background Current
Ip = Current at End of Pulse
Although short circuit current (flash amps) does not indicate battery freshness
or potential service, circuit designers should be aware of the maximum
current that a battery could supply if a component failure occurs. Given below
are typical maximum flash amperage values for Energizer Alkaline batteries.
These flash amp values can vary widely without affecting battery service in actual applications and will
typically be 50 to 60% of maximum shown.
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Alkaline Battery Size
Typical Maximum Flash Amperage(total circuit resistance of 10
milliohms or less)
D
16
C
15
AA
10
AAA
9
AAAA
8
N
7
6V
20
9V
9
The exceptional current carrying capability, low and essentially constant internal resistance, shelf life and
good low temperature performance of Eveready Energizer Alkaline batteries enables them to meet a wide
variety of device application requirements, such as:
Heavy Duty Lighting
Camera Motor Drives
Cassette Players and Recorders
Shavers
Portable Radios
Portable TV’s
Motor Toys
Clocks
Remote Controlled Models
Transceivers
Electronic Games
Cellular Telephones
Electronic Photoflashes
Security Devices (Alarms, Smoke Detectors)
Compact Disc Players
Pagers
Portable Computers
Electronic Organizers
Video Cameras
Battery Testing
Measuring the open circuit voltage (OCV) of a battery to determine the amount of service life will yield a
rough estimate. A more accurate method is to measure the closed circuit voltage (CCV) of the battery.
This is accomplished by putting the battery under load for one to two seconds and measuring the CCV. If
the battery voltage is greater than or equal to 1.1 volts, the battery has approximately 20% service left.
The load is determined by the size and type of battery. In the case of a single cylindrical 1.5 volt Alkaline
or Carbon Zinc battery, the load would be approximately 8 ohms.
Otherwise, an OCV reading of 1.5 volts or greater for a single cylindrical 1.5 volt Alkaline or Carbon Zinc
battery indicates essentially an undischarged battery or one that has been discharged less than 10%.
Key Factors in Battery Selection
Selecting a battery can be as simple as buying one for a penlight or as complicated as specifying a
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source of stored energy for a satellite transmitter. Although the many types of batteries and battery
systems may seem to make a proper choice difficult, the problem can be somewhat simplified by first
outlining the application requirements and then selecting a battery to meet them.
Application Information
Before a battery or battery system can be specified, the minimum information that must be determined for
the application is:
Voltage
Current Drains
Operating Schedule
Required Service Life
Service Temperatures
Size and Weight
Environment
Type of Terminals
If the equipment will not operate below a certain critical voltage, this endpoint voltage should be specified.
Both initial and operating current drains may need to be specified. This, along with the discharge schedule
and required service life, will determine the capacity for the battery. Service temperatures must be known
because they will affect battery capacity, life or both. If the battery will be stored for any period of time
before use, the length of time and the temperature should also be indicated. Allowable size and weight
will sometimes determine which battery is selected in spite of other requirements.
Shock or vibration criteria may indicate the need for a rugged battery construction. Unusual rates of
acceleration or high-altitude operation are also a part of the environmental considerations. Storage time
and temperature under any of these conditions should be noted.
Secondary (rechargeable) system should be considered if the battery-operated devices cannot be
economically powered by primary batteries.
The discussion of the basic characteristics and features of various battery systems, which can be found in
the "Typical Characteristics" table located under the "Battery Information" section of the website, will
indicate which system (or systems) is most suitable for the application. Ideal characteristics may not be
found in any one battery design nor can the characteristics of one battery always be compared directly
with those features of others. Therefore, optimum performance of a battery in an application can usually
be best achieved by first meeting the critical needs of the application and subordinating the others.
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the cylindrical
Alkaline chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of
individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the
information in the manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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Warnings
Charging of Primary Batteries
Charging of primary batteries may cause explosion or leakage which may result in bodily injury. IF
ENERGIZER/EVEREADY PRIMARY BATTERIES ARE SUBJECTED TO ANY FORM OF RECHARGING,
ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE NULL AND VOID.
Metal-Jacketed Batteries
It is important to note that some batteries have metal jackets. Proper design of devices using these batteries
should include electrical isolation of the battery jacket from the device circuitry to prevent short circuiting.
Short circuits may cause battery explosions or leakage which may result in bodily injury.
Plastic Film Labels
It is important to note that some batteries have plastic film labels over the metal raw cell. Proper design of
devices using these batteries should include electrical insulation as well as the avoidance of burrs and/or
sharp edges and corners that can cut through the plastic and result in battery shorting or inadvertent charging.
Other
There are many other conditions to avoid for the proper safe use of batteries. It is imperative to read the
section "Design and Safety Considerations" to assure that other safety considerations are not overlooked.
 2001 EVEREADY BATTERY COMPANY, INC.
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 9V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER NO. 522
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-1604A, IEC-6LR61
Battery Voltage: 9 Volts
Average Weight: 45.6 grams (1.60 oz.)
Volume: 21.1 cubic centimeters (1.3 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 595 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25mA continuous drain)
Cell: Six No. 3-0316 in series
Jacket: Metal
Shelf Life: 5 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
12.45
12.95
15.50
17.50
24.50
26.50
44.07
44.83
46.50
48.50
Inches
0.490
0.510
0.610
0.689
0.965
1.043
1.735
1.765
1.831
1.909
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 4.8 Volts
1000
45oC
o
20 C
Service, Hours
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
10
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
1000.00
100
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
1000
100.00
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
4.8
5.4
6.0
10.00
6.6
7.2
7.8
1.00
4.8
5.4
6.0
10
6.6
7.2
7.8
1
0.1
0.10
10
Form No. EBC - 1108E
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
ENERGIZER NO. 522
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20o C (70o F)
12
Internal Resistance
(ohms)
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
620 ohms 2 hours / day
10
10
9
Voltage, CCV
9
Voltage, CCV
Recorder
180 ohms 1 hour / day
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
0
2
4
6
Service, Hours
Calculator
180 ohms 1/2 hour / day
10
10
12
14
Toy
270 ohms 1 hour / day
10
9
9
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
8
Service, Hours
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
4
4
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
0
Service, Hours
2
4
6
8
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1108E
10
12
Service, Hours
14
16
18
20
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER NO. 528
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
16.00
22.20
65.10
66.70
96.00
99.00
107.20
109.50
Form No. EBC - 1109B
Inches
0.630
0.874
2.563
2.626
3.780
3.898
4.220
4.311
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-915A, IEC-4R25Y
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Terminal: Plastic Knurl / Screw Post
Average Weight: 885 grams (31.3oz.)
Volume: 434 cubic centimeters (26.5 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 26 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Four No. 3-361 in series
Jacket: Metal
ENERGIZER NO. 528
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
3.5
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
10
20
30 40 50 60 70
Depth of Discharge (%)
80
90 100
Typical Applications
Steady Burn
Load: 110 ohms
Schedule: 100 millisec / day
24 hours / day
0
1000
2000 3000 4000
Service, Hours
5000
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Barricade Flasher
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6000
Load: 110 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Service, Hours
Portable Light
Load: 33ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
0
20
40
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Industrial Lantern
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
60 80 100 120 140 160 180
Service, Hours
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
Load: 9.1ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
0
5
10
15 20 25 30
Service, Hours
10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Service, Hours
Portable Light
35
40
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Light
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
5
45
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
Load: 8.2 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
500
1000
1500
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1109B
2000
2500
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Engineering Data
Alkaline 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
ENERGIZER NO. 529
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
16.00
23.90
27.00
65.10
66.70
82.60
96.00
99.00
101.60
108.10
115.00
Form No. EBC - 1110C
Inches
0.630
0.941
1.063
2.563
2.626
3.252
3.780
3.898
4.000
4.256
4.528
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI / NEDA-908, IEC-4R25X
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Terminal: Coil Springs
Average Weight: 885 grams (31.3oz.)
Volume: 440.4 cubic centimeters (26.9cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 26 Ah
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Four No. 3-361 in series
Jacket: Metal
ENERGIZER NO. 529
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
3.5
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
0
10
20
30 40 50 60 70
Depth of Discharge (%)
80
90 100
Typical Applications
Steady Burn
Load: 110 ohms
Schedule: 100 millisec / day
24 hours / day
0
1000
2000 3000 4000
Service, Hours
5000
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Barricade Flasher
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6000
Load: 110 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Service, Hours
Portable Light
Load: 33ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
0
20
40
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Industrial Lantern
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
60 80 100 120 140 160 180
Service, Hours
Load: 9.1 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
Load: 9.1ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / hour
8 hours / day
0
5
10
15 20 25 30
Service, Hours
10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Service, Hours
Portable Light
35
40
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Light
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
5
45
6.5
6.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
Load: 8.2 ohms
Schedule: 30 minutes / day
0
500
1000
1500
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1110C
2000
2500
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Engineering Data
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Alkaline 6V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
EVEREADY NO. 539
Dimensions (mm)
Chemical System:Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Designation: ANSI-1412AP, IEC-4LR61
Battery Voltage: 6 Volts
Average Weight: 30 grams (1.1oz.)
Volume: 15.4 cubic centimeters (0.9 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8Volts / cell): 595 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: Four No. 3-0316 in series
Jacket: Plastic
Millimeters
6.00
6.25
6.50
7.11
8.70
9.20
35.00
35.60
47.00
48.50
Form No. EBC - 1111D
Inches
0.236
0.246
0.256
0.280
0.343
0.362
1.378
1.402
1.850
1.909
ENERGIZER NO. 539
Typical Applications
Electronic Equipment
Standard Application Test
6.5
6.5
Load: 330 ohms
Schedule: 24 hours / day
Load: 900 ohms
Schedule: 4 hours / day
6.0
5.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
6.0
5.0
4.5
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
4.0
3.5
3.5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
0
40
12
30
60
75
90
105
120
Light Test
Electronic Equipment
6.5
6.5
Load: 6800 ohms
Schedule: 24 hours / day
6.0
Load: 1500 ohms
Schedule: 4 minutes / hours
8 hours / day
6.0
5.5
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
45
Service, Minutes
Service, Hours
5.0
4.5
4.0
5.5
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.5
0
200
400
600
Service, Hours
800
1000
0
150
300
450
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1111D
600
Service, Hours
750
900
1050
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Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
533 Maryville University Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
AAA
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. E92
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.10
0.80
3.80
9.50
10.50
42.35
42.85
43.30
44.50
Inches
0.004
0.031
0.15
0.374
0.413
1.667
1.687
1.705
1.752
Designation: ANSI-24A, IEC-LR03
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 11.5 grams (0.4 oz.)
Volume: 3.8cubic centimeters (0.2 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 1250 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-312 (size “AAA”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
Service, Hours
1000
45oC
20oC
100
10
-10oC
1
0.1
1
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
10000
1000
Service Hours
1000
Service, Hours
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1103H
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
Discharge Current, mA
1000
IR (Milliohms)
ENERGIZER NO. E92
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Depth of Discharge (%)
70
80
90
Radio
75 ohms 4 hours/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Typical Applications
0
10
20
30
40
50
Service, Hours
60
70
Tape Recorder
10 ohms 1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0
80
1
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0
Service, Hours
3.5
4.0
4.5
0
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
200
300
400
500
600
8
9
5
10
15
20
Service, Hours
25
30
700
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
800
Service, Hours
0
10
20
30
40
Service, Minutes
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1103H
7
Photoflash
600 mA 10 sec/min
1 hour/day
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
100
4
5
6
Service, Hours
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
Pager
1.2 mA Background
120 mA 10 sec/hr 24 hours/day
0
3
Remote
24 ohms 15 seconds/day 24 hours/day
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
Portable Lighting
5.1 ohms 4 min/hour, 8 hours/day
2
50
60
70
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533 Maryville University Drive
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Telephone 1-800-383-7323
Internet: www.energizer.com
Engineering Data
C
Alkaline 1.5V
No Added Mercury or Cadmium
Chemical System: Zinc-Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
ENERGIZER NO. E93
Designation: ANSI-14A, IEC-LR14
Battery Voltage: 1.5 Volts
Average Weight: 66.2 grams (2.3 oz.)
Volume: 26.9 cubic centimeters (1.6 cubic inch)
Average Service capacity (to 0.8 Volts / cell): 8350 mAh
(Rated Capacity at 25 mA continuous drain)
Cell: One No. 3-335 (size “C”)
Jacket: Plastic Label
Shelf Life: 7 years
Dimensions (mm)
Millimeters
0.50
1.50
7.50
13.31
13.47
24.90
26.20
46.10
46.60
48.50
50.00
Inches
0.020
0.059
0.295
0.524
0.530
0.980
1.031
1.815
1.835
1.909
1.969
Temperature Effects
Typical Service to 0.8 Volts
10000
45°C
20°C
Service, Hours
1000
100
-10°C
10
1
0.1
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
Constant Resistance Discharge
Typical Service
10000
10000
1000
1000
0.8
0.9
1.0
100
Service Hours
Service, Hours
Constant Current Discharge
Typical Service
1.1
1.2
1.3
10
100
10
1.1
1.2
1.3
1
1
0.8
0.9
1.0
0.1
0.1
1
Form No. EBC - 1104G
10
100
Discharge Resistance, Ohms
1000
1
10
100
1000
Discharge Current, mA
10000
ENERGIZER NO. E93
Internal Resistance
Typical Values at 20oC (70oF)
Internal Resistance
(Milliohms)
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Depth of Discharge (%)
Typical Applications
Radio
20 ohms 4 hours / day
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
1.6
Recorder
6.8 ohms 1 hour / day
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
0
140
5
10
15
Portable Lighting
3.9 ohms 4 min / hour, 8 hours / day
25
30
35
40
Toy
3.9 ohms 1 hour / day
1.6
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
Voltage, CCV
Voltage, CCV
20
Service, Hours
Service, Hours
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0
.9
.9
.8
.8
.7
.7
0
2
4
6
8
10 12 14
Service, Hours
16
18
20
22
0
3
6
9
12
Service, Hours
Important Notice
This data sheet contains information specific to batteries manufactured at
time of its publication. Please contact your Energizer representative for
most current information. Contents herein do not constitute a warranty.
Form No. EBC - 1104G
15
18
21
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Carbon Zinc
Eveready Carbon Zinc (Zn/MnO²) Batteries
Table of Contents:
Product Offerings
Consumer/OEM
Industrial
System Description
Battery Construction
Electro-Chemistry
Temperature
Internal Resistance
Applications
Eveready carbon zinc batteries are marketed in two basic categories--Classic and Super Heavy Duty.
The Classic category, our least expensive battery line, is most appropriate for light to moderate periodic
power needs or occasional use. The Super Heavy Duty category, premium carbon zinc, performs
better than the Classic category on moderate to heavy drains or continuous drains.
Two electrochemical systems are used in Eveready carbon zinc batteries--LeClanche and Zinc
Chloride. Classic product is often but not always, constructed using the LeClanche system. Super
Heavy Duty product is usually, but not always, constructed using the Zinc Chloride system.
For several years, Eveready Battery Company has aggressively pursued the reduction of heavy metals
in all carbon zinc batteries. All of the batteries described in this data book, with the exception of a few
which are noted, have no added mercury or cadmium. If further information is needed, consult your
Eveready salesperson.
The decision on whether to use the LeClanche or Zinc Chloride system in manufacturing a battery is
determined after careful consideration of various device power requirements. The individual data
pages that can be found in the attached Adobe .pdf files indicate whether the battery is in the Classic or
Super Heavy Duty category and its electrochemical system.
System Description:
Carbon Zinc: A generic term for primary dry batteries of the LeClanche or Zinc Chloride system.
These batteries have an anode of zinc, a cathode of manganese dioxide, and a slightly acidic
electrolyte.
LeClanche: A carbon zinc battery with a slightly acidic electrolyte consisting of ammonium chloride and
zinc chloride in water.
Zinc Chloride: A carbon zinc battery with a slightly acidic electrolyte consisting mainly of zinc chloride
in water.
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Carbon Zinc
Carbon zinc batteries provide an economical power source for devices requiring light to moderate drain
because of the use of inexpensive materials and their time proven constructions. Eveready Battery
Company manufactures both LeClanche and Zinc Chloride carbon zinc batteries that differ in price,
capacity, and rate capability. All Eveready Battery Company carbon zinc cells are primary batteries
and therefore are not designed for recharging.
The service capacity of a carbon zinc battery is not a fixed number of ampere hours because the
battery functions at different efficiencies depending upon the conditions imposed upon it. The service
varies with current drain, operating schedule, and cutoff voltage. The battery is also affected by the
operating temperature and storage conditions.
The general characteristics of an Eveready Battery Company LeClanche battery are:
Less expensive than alkaline or Zinc Chloride. Economical in terms of cost per hour of use on
light current drains.
The widest variety of shapes, sizes, and capacities within the primary battery system. Available
in voltages ranging from 1.5 volts to 510 volts.
Energy density of approximately 1-2 watt hours per cubic inch.
Average service maintenance exceeds 90% after one year storage at 21°C on typical tests.
Lower unit weight than alkaline.
Sloping discharge curve.
Output capacity decreases as the battery is discharged.
Performance reduced at low temperatures.
Sensitive to changes in the discharge rate and/or use frequency.
The general characteristics of an Eveready Battery Company Zinc Chloride battery are:
Less expensive than alkaline. Economical in terms of cost per hour on moderate current
drains or use frequency.
Less output capacity decrease than LeClanche as the drain rate increases.
Less sensitive than LeClanche to changes in the discharge rate and/or duty cycle.
Lower internal resistance than LeClanche.
Better low temperature performance than LeClanche.
Energy density of approximately 2 to 2.5 watt hours per cubic inch.
Average service maintenance exceeds 90% after one year storage at 21°C on typical
tests.
Higher open circuit and initial closed circuit voltage than LeClanche or alkaline.
Lower unit weight than alkaline.
Available in voltages ranging from 1.5 volts to 12 volts and in a variety of shapes and
sizes.
Sloping discharge curve.
Battery Construction:
The carbon zinc battery uses a zinc anode, a manganese dioxide cathode, and an electrolyte of
ammonium chloride and/or zinc chloride dissolved in water. Powdered carbon is used in the cathode
mix, usually in the form of carbon black to improve conductivity of the mix and for moisture retention.
Carbon zinc batteries are produced in two general configurations:
Cylindrical--available as unit cells or in assembled multi-cell batteries
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Flat--available in multi-cell batteries only
Within the carbon zinc cylindrical battery category are two constructions: LeClanche and Zinc Chloride.
The Zinc Chloride battery contains proportionately more zinc chloride in the electrolyte than the
LeClanche battery and therefore requires different battery design as shown in the following diagram:
Click here for Carbon Zinc Cylindrical Battery Cross Section
(Adobe .pdf File)
Cathodes are a mixture of manganese dioxide, carbon conductor and electrolyte.
Anodes are zinc alloy can. The can also confines the active materials in the battery.
Separators are flour/starch paste or coated paper selected to prevent migration of solid particles in the
battery.
Carbon electrode serves as the cathode current collector.
Top and bottom covers provide contact surfaces of plated steel.
The outside of the battery is covered with plastic film, Kraft paper and a printed plastic label.
Asphalt or plastic closure acts as the battery seal. Venting mechanisms are incorporated in the
battery either through the carbon electrode or plastic seal.
Flat cells used in the construction of 9 volt batteries are of the LeClanche system. The flat cell contains
no voids or carbon rod as does the cylindrical battery. The flat cell, because of its rectangular form,
reduces wasted space in assembled batteries. The energy to volume ratio of a multi-cell battery
utilizing cylindrical cells is decreased by the voids occurring between the cells. These two factors
account for substantially higher energy volume ratio for flat cell batteries when compared to batteries
consisting of cylindrical cells. The cutaway of a typical Eveready flat cell battery is shown here:
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Carbon Zinc
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Typical Eveready Flat Cell LeClanche Components
Cathodes are a mixture of manganese dioxide, carbon conductor and electrolyte.
Anodes are zinc alloy sheets.
Separators are specially selected to prevent migration of solid particles in the cell.
Plastic envelope confines active cell materials.
Carbon conductive coating on the zinc anode serves as the cathode collector for the adjacent
cell.
Wax coating provides the battery seal.
Connector strips connect the flat cell stack to the battery terminals.
Lithographed steel jacket is electrically insulated from battery components.
Specialized terminals provide positive and negative external contact surfaces.
Electro-Chemistry:
LeClanche
The performance of a LeClanche battery is the result of an electrochemical reaction between:
A cathode composed of carbon and refined manganese dioxide which may contain
some naturally occurring manganese dioxide. The more pure the cathode material, the
better the performance. (The carbon component of the cathode is usually carbon black
and provides increased conductivity and moisture retention.)
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An anode of high purity zinc alloy.
A highly conductive, slightly acidic, electrolyte solution of ammonium chloride and zinc
chloride in water.
The chemical equation for this reaction is:
2MnO2 + 2NH4Cl + Zn → ZnCl2•2NH3 + Mn2O3 + H2O
Zinc Chloride
The performance of a Zinc Chloride battery is the result of an electrochemical reaction between:
A cathode composed of carbon and refined manganese dioxide which may contain
some naturally occurring manganese dioxide.
a. The carbon component of the cathode is usually carbon black and provides increased
conductivity and moisture retention.
b. Typically, Zinc Chloride batteries have a higher proportion of carbon to manganese
dioxide than LeClanche.
An anode of high purity zinc alloy.
A highly conductive, slightly acidic, electrolyte solution of zinc chloride in water which
may contain a small amount of ammonium chloride.
a. A Zinc Chloride battery contains a greater volume of electrolyte than the same size
LeClanche battery.
b. The electrolyte is slightly more acidic than a LeClanche electrolyte.
The chemical equation of this reaction is:
8MnO2 + 4Zn + ZnCl2 + 9H2O → 8MnOOH + ZnCl2•4ZnO•5H2O
The open circuit voltage of a fresh LeClanche Battery is typically over 1.55 volts. A Zinc Chloride
battery is typically over 1.60 volts. The closed circuit voltage declines gradually as a function of the
depth of discharge. The energy output of Zinc Chloride batteries is less sensitive to variations in the
discharge current and duty cycle than comparable size LeClanche batteries. Typical D size
performance to a 0.75 volt cutoff is shown in the following diagrams:
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The efficiency of a carbon zinc or alkaline battery improves as the current drain decreases as seen in
the above graph. This is more dramatically seen in the LeClanche and Zinc Chloride systems. As a
result, an important application guide-line should be considered: "For increased efficiency, use as large
a battery as possible, consistent with the physical limitations of the device." This has the same effect
as lowering the current. As an example, doubling the size of a carbon zinc battery will more than
double the service life at a given drain.
The electrochemical inputs of cylindrical D size batteries typically are in a ratio of 2:3:5 for LeClanche,
Zinc Chloride and Alkaline respectively. The differences in efficiency and rate sensitivity between the
three systems cause variations in actual output in simulated typical applications as shown in the
following table and graph:
Eveready D Size
Typical Percent
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Carbon Zinc
of LeClanche Service
Test
Load
(Ohms)
Motor Toy
2.2
Cassette
10
Flashlight
2.2
Radio
24
Duty Cycle
Continuos to
0.8 V
4hrs/day to
0.9V
4 min/hr
8 hr/day to
0.9V
4 hr/day to 0.9
V
LeClanche
Zinc
Chloride
Alkaline
100%
300%
1100%
100%
250%
570%
100%
200%
460%
100%
180%
405%
Carbon Zinc batteries are more efficient when used in low rate applications as shown in the curve
below. Typical carbon zinc light drain is defined as a current that would discharge the battery after 50
or more hours of use at room temperature.
As the drain is increased, the service difference between Alkaline, Zinc Chloride and LeClanche
systems increases. This relationship is shown by the following discharge curves. Typical carbon zinc
moderate drain is defined as a current that would discharge the cell within 10-50 hours of use at room
temperature.
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Temperature
Changes in temperature will affect the reactivity of battery chemical components. The typical effect on
service of a D size cylindrical battery to a 0.75 volt cutoff is shown in the following diagram:
Light Drain is defined as a current that would discharge the battery after 50 or more hours of use at
room temperature.
Heavier Drains at low temperature will tend to decrease the percent service from that shown in the
above diagram. The LeClanche system is affected most, Zinc Chloride moderately, and Alkaline the
least as the drain increases. The service on all drains at high temperatures over time is eventually
reduced by an increase in self discharge.
Eveready carbon zinc batteries provide good service maintenance due to time tested construction,
quality control of materials and close monitoring of batteries during assembly.
Time of Storage
(21°C)
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
Typical Percent of
Fresh Cell Service
Retained
100-95%
82-90%
74-85%
65-80%
The storage of carbon zinc batteries at temperatures below 21°C will increase their service
maintenance. While freezer storage (-20°C) of a carbon zinc battery is not harmful, storage at 5 to
10°C is effective. Batteries to be stored at low temperature storage should be allowed to reach room
temperature in their packing so as to avoid condensations of moisture which may cause electrical
leakage and/or destruction of the jackets. Storage at high temperatures exceeding 21°C for sustained
periods of time will significantly reduce service maintenance. The typical effects of storage temperature
on carbon zinc service maintenance are shown in the following diagram:
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Internal Resistance:
The internal resistance (Rj) of a battery is its opposition to the flow of current. In all cases, this
resistance increases as the temperature of a battery decreases. While the Rj will vary with load for the
battery size, it will be higher for LeClanche than Zinc Chloride which in turn will also be higher than
Alkaline. The Rj of a cylindrical carbon zinc battery increases gradually until it approaches the end of
service life and then increases rapidly.
Internal resistance is typically measured in one of two ways:
1.
As a reduction in closed circuit voltage when the applied load is increased (voltage drop method).
2.
As a maximum short circuit current (flash amperage).
The voltage drop method in determining the effective internal resistance is also used by ANSI.
The Rj values obtained by either method of measurement are subject to number of variables and
operator techniques. The effective Rj values shown on the data pages were calculated by the voltage
drop method as this more accurately projects the batteries current carrying capability in actual device
applications. This calculation involves placing a battery on a constant background load, allowing it to
stabilize and then pulsing it with a heavier load for one second. The resulting voltage drop is then
measured and expressed in terms of Ohms as shown in the following example.
Determination of Internal Resistance (Rj)
Voltage Drop Method
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Rj = Internal Resistance
Rb = Resistance of Background Load
Eb = Background Voltage
Rp = Resistance at Pulse Load
Ep = Voltage at end of pulse
∆E = Voltage Change
∆ l = Current Change
lb = Background Current
lp = Current at End of Pulse
Although flash amperage does not indicate battery freshness or potential
service, circuit designers should be aware of the maximum current that a
battery could supply if a component failure occurs. The following are
typical maximum flash amperage values for Eveready carbon zinc
batteries. These flash amperage values can vary widely without affecting battery service in actual
applications.
Carbon Zinc
Battery Size
D
C
AA
AAA
9V
Typical Maximum Flash
Amperage
LeClanche
Zinc Chloride
6
5
5
5
0.6
9
7
5
3
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Applications
Eveready carbon zinc batteries will meet a wide variety of device applications utilizing light to moderate
drains, such as:
Alarm Systems
Barricade Flashers
Boom Boxes
Calculators
Clocks
Communications equipment
Electrical fence controllers
Electronic games
Flashlights
Fluorescent lanterns
Garage door openers
Home entertainment remote controls
Kerosene heater igniters
Home security devices
Laboratory instruments
Lanterns
Marine depth finders
Motion displayers
Motor driven devices
Penlights
Personal care devices
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Portable tape recorders and players
Radios
Radio controlled toys
Remote control transmitters
Small lighted toys and novelties
Smoke detectors (only when recommended by manufacturer)
Specialty High voltage electronic photo flash
Stereo headsets
Test equipment
Toys
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Carbon
Zinc chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of
individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the
information in the manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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L91
Energizer Lithium L91 Battery
Application Manual
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Introduction
Battery Engineering Data
Performance
Device Testing
Technical Information
Transportation
L91 Introduction
This manual contains general information and data that reflects a specific battery in production at the time of preparation. Since the
characteristics of individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a particular battery
should contact the nearest Energizer Sales office for current information. None of the information in this manual constitutes a
representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific performance or characteristics of the battery.
Battery Selection
The following provides the characteristics and general guidelines for selection of the L91 Lithium/FeS2 battery:
Advantages
Can be used in any application that uses other AA size 1.5 volt battery types
Higher operating voltage and flatter discharge curve than other AA size 1.5 volt battery types
Longer service than other AA size 1.5 volt battery types, especially in moderate to heavy
drain applications
Even greater service advantage over other 1.5 volt types at low temperatures: will work
at temperatures at which other types will not
Much better leakage resistance than other 1.5 volt types
Performs well after up to 10 years storage
Much lighter weight - 1/3 less than AA alkaline
Good service maintenance after high temperature storage
No added mercury, cadmium, or lead
Limitations
Maximum storage and operating temperatures are limited by jacket shrinkage: no
problems at 60° C, can tolerate 71° C for at least 1 week without exposing the bare cell
Maximum discharge current is limited by the resettable safety switch; see section on safety switch for
details
AA Primary Cylindrical Cells
System
E91 Alkaline
L91 Lithium
Zn/MnO2
Li/FeS2
23.0
14.5
Nominal
1.5
1.5
Open Circuit
1.6
1.8
Operating Time
1400mA
0.2
1.3
(Hours to 0.90 Volt)
1000mA
.04
2.1
Battery Weight (Grams)
Voltage
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400mA
2.7
5.7
20mA
117.0
122.0
1kHz Impedance (Ohms)
0.17
0.18
Shelf Life (Years)
7.0
10.0
L91 Engineering Data
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DIMENSIONS (mm)
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Millimeters
0.10
1.20
5.50
13.50
14.30
46.50
48.80
49.00
50.50
Inches
0.004
0.047
0.217
0.531
0.563
1.831
1.921
1.929
1.988
Voltage Taps: -, + 1.5
Terminals: Flat Contacts
Average Weight: 14.5 grams (0.51 oz.)
Volume: 8.0 cubic centimeters (0.49 cubic inch)
Storage Temperature Range: -40° C to + 60° C (-40° F to 140° F)
Operating Temperature Range: -40° C to + 60° C (-40° F to 140° F)
Maximum Continuous Discharge Load: 1.4 amps
Lithium Quantity: Less than 1.0 grams (0.04 oz) per cell
Transportation: Meets requirements of 49 CFR 173.185(b) and IATA Special Provision A45
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L91 Performance
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Battery Testing
Constant Resistance
Constant Current
Constant Power
The discharge characteristics of batteries can vary, depending upon whether they are discharged at a constant resistance, constant current or
constant power. Very few devices discharge batteries at a constant resistance. More often, they discharge batteries at closer to a constant
current or constant power. However, because the test equipment for constant current and constant power testing is more complicated and
expensive, constant resistance testing is frequently used where it will give a reasonably accurate estimate of duration.
Because of the significant differences in discharge characteristics for L91 batteries compared to AA alkaline batteries on constant resistance
loads, constant resistance testing cannot be universally used to approximate relative L91 and AA alkaline battery durations, especially on
heavier drains. On constant resistance discharge, L91 generally maintains a higher operating voltage during discharge. This removes
capacity (amp-hours or watt-hours) at a faster rate for L91 than for alkaline batteries. This can result in understanding the L91 duration for
constant current and constant power applications.
To determine the battery duration for a particular application, it is most reliable to rest the batteries in devices. When this is not practical,
simulation testing can be done. If possible, determine whether the device is closest to a constant resistance, constant current or constant
power load, and use the type of testing that best approximates the device.
Constant Resistance Discharge @ 21° C
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Constant Power Continuous Discharge @ 21° C
Constant Current Continuous Discharge
L91 vs. E91 - Temperature Effects
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2 x L91 vs. 3 Volt Lithium Photo Battery (EL123AP)
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Rate Sensitivity to 0.9 Volts
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L91 Device Testing
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Photo Simulation Test
2 x AA vs. 3 Volt Lithium Photo Battery (EL123AP)
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Photo Simulation Test
4 x AA vs. 3 Volt Lithium Photo Battery (EL123AP)
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Lens Shutter Cameras
Test Description: One flash every 30 seconds to an 8 second recycle time.
Flash Attachments
Test Description: One flash every 30 seconds to an 8 second recycle time.
Camcorder
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Test Description: Continuous Record
Portable Computer
Test Description: Continuous Operation
Cellular Telephone
Test Description: 600 mA for 5 min., 43 mA for 55 min.
Repeat to 1.04 volts / cell
Televisions
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Test Description: Continuous Operation
Portable Video Games
Test Description: Continuous operation. Color display.
Compact Disc Players
Test Description: Continuous operation.
Lights
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Test Description: Continuous operation
L91 Technical Information
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Safety Devices
Each L91 battery contains two safety devices, which are progressive as temperature increases.
Thermal Switch (PTC) - Limits the current when the temperature reaches 85 - 95° C. On very high rates of discharge in devices where
internal cell heat is not allowed to dissipate, the PTC will temporarily increase in resistance to reduce the flow of current. After cooling, it
will automatically revert back to normal condition.
Pressure Relief Vent - Operates at 120 - 130° C.
Storage
L91 batteries can be stored satisfactorily at room temperature and are stable at high temperatures. The maximum storage and operating
temperatures are limited by jacket shrinkage. There are no problems at 60° C (140° F), and the batteries can tolerate 71° C (160° F) for at least
1 week.
Containment
Avoid potting or encapsulation as this obstructs the pressure relief vent. This vent is required to prevent excessive pressure buildup if the
battery is exposed to very high temperatures.
Charging
The L91 battery is a primary battery and NOT designed to be recharged.
Connections
Use the same battery pressure contacts you would use for alkaline cells. Solder connections are not recommended, and if welded
connections are needed, they should be made to the nickel-plated positive cap and the nickel-plated cell bottom using a capacitor discharge
welder (normal alkaline cell welding procedures).
Safety Warning
Fire, explosion, burn hazard. Do not open battery, dispose of in fire, heat above 100° C (212° F), expose contents to water, recharge, put in
backwards, mix with used or other battery types - may explode or leak and cause personal injury.
Disposal
For small quantities, use the same procedures used for other Eveready and Energizer consumer products
Thermal switch characteristics and considerations
The L91 battery contains a resettable thermal switch called a Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) device. This switch protects the battery
from overheating if externally short circuited, charged or forced into deep discharge. This device is not a true switch since it does not have a
completely off condition. Rather, it is a current limiter. When the PTC reaches the activation temperature, its resistance increases very
rapidly. This reduces the flow of current, allowing the battery to cool. When the PTC cools to below the activation temperature, its
resistance drops to a normal level. The PTC will continue to cycle from a low resistance state to a high resistance state for many cycles if the
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abusive condition continues or the battery is later exposed to other such conditions. Eventually the PTC may stop changing in resistance as
its temperature changes, but if this does happen it will remain in a high resistance, safe condition.
There are two factors, which determine if or when the PTC will activate. One is the ambient temperature and the other is the internal
heating that occurs as the result of discharge. The higher the rate of discharge (the heavier the drain or load on the battery), the more heat is
generated. On light loads the heat dissipates and is not noticeable, but on heavy drains the battery may become noticeably warm to the
touch (this is also true of alkaline batteries). If the load is too heavy, the PTC will heat up to the activation temperature. The higher the
ambient temperature, the lower the load that the PTC will tolerate without activating.
All of the following can affect the ambient temperature or the internal heating during discharge:
Surrounding air temperature
Thermal insulating properties of the battery container
Heat generated by equipment components
Cumulative heating effects of many batteries
Discharge rate(s) and duration(s)
Frequency and length of rest periods
Because of the number of other variables involved, it is difficult to predict in advance whether the L91 battery can
operate under certain load conditions. The maximum continuous current drain is established at 1.4 amps; however,
higher pulses can be achieved. The most reliable method to determine this is to test the batteries in the device of interest
under normal worst case conditions.
While the PTC does impose some limitations on applications for which the L91 battery is suitable, it is a critical element
in ensuring that the battery is safe, protecting the battery, the equipment and the user.
Transportation
(Revised November 6, 2001)
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Code of Federal Regulations - 49 CFR 173.185
Lithium Batteries and Cells
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General Informtaion
I. Energizer L91 lithium batteries meet the following requirements of the US transportation regulations {49 CFR 173.185- October 1,
2000}, the corresponding requirements of Special Provision A45 of the international air transportation regulations (IATA Dangerous
Goods Regulations) and the corresponding requirements of Page 9033 of the international maritime regulations (International
Maritime Organization IMDG Code):
A. Each cell has a solid cathode and contains no more than 1 gram of lithium. {49 CFR 173.185(b)(1)}
B. Each battery consists of one cell and contains no more than 2 grams of lithium. {49 CFR 173.185(b)(2)}
C. Each cell is hermetically sealed. {49 CFR 173.185(b)(3)}
D. The battery jacket provides effective insulation to prevent external short circuits during normal transportation. {49 CFR
173.185(e)(3)}
E. Each battery contains no more than 1 gram of lithium. {49 CFR 173.185(b)(5)}
L91 batteries, including those installed in electronic devices, are therefore expected from all other requirements to be
transported as hazardous material if they are packed in strong packagings (except when installed in electronic devices).
II. If a battery contains more than two L91 cells permanently connected together (e.g., welded), it constitutes a new type of battery with
respect to transportation regulations. Batteries containing no more than two L91 cells are also expected from all other requirements to
be transported as hazardous material as described above. Batteries containing more than two L91 cells must pass certain testing
requirements, as referenced in the regulations, before they may be transported. It is strongly recommended that persons interested in
transporting batteries containing more than two L91 cells consult the applicable regulations.
I. It may also be necessary to consult regulations of the countries of origin and destination and any countries traversed in
transportation.
IV. When transported for disposal to a permitted storage facility or disposal site, L91 cells are considered non-dangerous in
transportation within the US if they meet the conditions set forth in I above.
V. Advice is available from your Energizer representative, but
WHEN YOU OFFER REGULATED MATERIALS FOR TRANSPORTAITON, COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE TRANSPORTATION
REQUIREMENTS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILTIY.
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49 CFR 173.185
October 1, 2000 Revision
66 Section 173.185 is revised to read as follows:
ξ 173.185 Lithium cells and batteries
a. Except as otherwise provided in this subpart, a lithium cell or battery is authorized for transportation only if it conforms to the
provisions of this section.
b. Exceptions. Cells and batteries are not subject to the requirements of this subchapter if they meet the following requirements:
1. Each cell with a liquid cathode may contain no more than 0.5 g (0.02 ounce) of lithium or lithium alloy, and each cell with a solid
cathode may contain no more than 1.0 g (0.04 ounce) lithium or lithium alloy.
2. Each battery with a liquid cathode may contain an aggregate quantity of no more than 1.0g (0.04 ounce) lithium or lithium alloy, and
each battery with a solid cathode may contain an aggregate quantity of no more than 2.0 g (007 ounce) of lithium or lithium alloy.
3. Each cell must be hermetically sealed.
4. Cells and batteries must be separated so as to prevent short circuits and must be packed in strong packagings, except when installed
in equipment; and
5. If a liquid cathode battery contains more than 0.5 g (0.02 ounce) of lithium or lithium alloy or a solid cathode battery contains more
than 1.0 g (0.04 ounce) lithium or lithium alloy, it may not contain a liquid or gas, if free, would be completely absorbed or
neutralized by other materials in the battery.
(c) Cells and batteries also are not subject to this subchapter if they meet the following requirements:
1. Each cell contains not more than 5 g (0.18 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy.
2. Each battery contains not more than 25 g (0.88 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy.
3. Each cell or battery is of the type proven to be non-dangerous by testing in accordance with tests in part IV of the UN
Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Tests and Criteria, such testing must be carried out on each type prior to
the initial transport of that type; and
4. Cells and batteries and equipment containing cells and batteries which were first transported prior to January 1, 1995, and were
assigned to Class 9 on the basis of the requirements of this subchapter in effect on October 1, 1993, may continue to be transported in
accordance with the applicable requirements in effect on October 1, 1993.
d. Cells and batteries and equipment containing cells and batteries which were first transported prior to January 1, 1995, and were
assigned to Class 9 on the basis of the requirements of this subchapter in effect on October 1, 1993, may continue to be transported in
accordance with the applicable requirements in effect on October 1, 1993.
a. Cells and batteries may be transported as items of Class 9 if they meet the requirements in paragraphs (e)(1) through (e)(9) of this
section:
1. Cells must not contain more than 12 g (0.42 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy. When transported by passenger aircraft cells must not
contain more than 3 g (0.11 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy.
2. Batteries must not contain more than 500 g (17.6 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy. When transported by passenger aircraft,
batteries must not contain more than 125 g (4.4 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy.
3. Each cell and battery must be equipped with an effective means of preventing external short circuits.
4. Each cell and battery must incorporate a safety-venting device or be designed in a manner that will preclude a violent rupture under
conditions normally incident to transportation.
5. Batteries containing cells or series of cells connected in parallel must be equipped with diodes to prevent reverse current flow.
6. Cells and batteries must be packed in strong inner packagings not more than 500 g (17.6 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy. When
transported by passenger aircraft, inner packaging must not contain more than 125 g (4.4 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy.
7. Cells and batteries must be packed in inner packaging in such a manner as to effectively prevent short circuits and to prevent
movement which could lead to short circuits.
8. Cells and batteries must be packaged in packaging conforming to the requirements of part 178 of this subchapter at the Packing
Group II performance level:
i. Inner packaging must be packed within a wooden box (4CI, 4C2, 4D, or 4F), fiberboard box (4G), fiber drum (1G), or metal
drum (1A2 or 1B2).
ii. Cells and batteries intended for air transportation must be packaged in metal drums (1A2 or 1B2) fitted with gas-tight gaskets;
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iii. When the outer packaging is metal, the inner packaging must be separated from each other and from the outer packaging by
at least 25 mm (1 inch) of non-combustible cushioning material.
9. One of the following criteria must be met:
i. Each cell or battery is of the type proven to meet the criteria of Class 9 by testing in accordance with tests in part IV of the UN
Recommendations on the transport of Dangerous Goods, tests and Criteria;
ii. Ten cells and one battery of each type taken from production each week should be subjected to extreme temperature exposure
and the short circuit test procedures I part IV of the UN Recommendations on the transport of Dangerous Goods, Tests and
Criteria, or equivalent tests approved by the Associate Administrator for hazardous Materials Safety. There should be no
evidence of distortion, leakage or internal heating in conducting the extreme temperature exposure test procedure. In
conducting the short circuit test procedure, if venting occurs, an open flame applied to venting fumes should not produce an
explosive condition; or
iii. Cells and batteries that are hermetically sealed are exempt from paragraphs (e)(8)(ii) and (e)(8)(iii) of this section if the cells
and batteries are subjected to the altitude simulation, extreme temperature exposure, vibration, and shock test described in the
UN recommendations in the Transport of Dangerous Goods. Tests and Criteria, or equivalent tests approved by the Associate
Administrator for hazardous Materials Safety, and show no visible evidence of out-gassing, leakage, loss of mass or distortion.
10. Except as provided in paragraph (I) of this section, cells or batteries may not be offered for transportation or transported if any cell
has been discharged to the extent that the open circuit voltage is less than two volts or is less than 2/3 of the voltage of the fully
charged cell, whichever is less.
f. Equipment containing or packed with cells and batteries meeting the requirements of paragraph (b) or (c) of this section is expected
from all other requirements of this subchapter.
a. Equipment containing or packed with cells and batteries may be transported as items of Class 9 if the batteries and cells meet all the
requirements of paragraph (e)(9) of this section and are packed as follows:
1. Equipment containing cells and batteries must be packed in a strong out packaging that is waterproof or is made waterproof through
the use of a liner. The equipment must be secured within the outer packaging and be packed as to effectively prevent movement,
short circuits, and accidental operation during transport; and
2. Cells and batteries packed with equipment must be packed in inner packagings conforming to paragraph (e)(8) of this section in such
a manner as to effectively prevent movement and short circuits. Not more than 5 kg of cells and batteries may be packed with each
item of equipment.
h. Cells and batteries, for disposal, may be offered for transportation or transported to a permitted storage facility and disposal site by
motor vehicle when they meet the following requirements:
1. Cells must not contain more than 12 g (0.42 ounce) and batteries must not contain more than 500 g (17.6 ounces) of lithium or lithium
alloy;
2. Be equipped with an effective means of preventing external short circuits; and
3. Be packed in a strong outer packaging conforming to the requirements of ξ 173.24 and 173.24a. The packaging need not conform to
performance requirements of part 178 of this subchapter.
i. Cells and batteries and equipment containing or packed with cells and batteries which do not comply with the provisions of this
section may be transported only if they are approved by the Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety.
ii. For testing purposes, cells containing not more than 12 g (0.42 ounce) of lithium or lithium alloy and batteries containing not more
than 500 g (17.6 ounces) of lithium or lithium alloy may be offered for transportation or transported by highway only as items of
Class 9. Packaging must conform to paragraphs (e)(8)(I) and (iii) of this section with not more than 100 cells per package.
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9V Lithium
Energizer 9V Lithium Batteries
Performance
The Energizer 9-volt LITHIUM (L522) outlasts premium alkaline batteries substantially
over a wide range of applications.
Discharge Rate
The L522 provides a flat voltage discharge profile over a wide range of discharge
conditions.
Long Shelf Life
Storage life of up to 10 years in our foil pouch.
Cost Effective
The Energizer 9-volt LITHIUM battery significantly reduces battery replacement due to
its ability to operate longer and its long shelf life.
Environmentally Benign
The L522 is classified as Non-Hazardous Solid Waste and does not require any special
method of disposal.
Exceptional Temperature Range Performance
The L522 operates from -40C to +60C.
Energizer Lithium Batteries are the reliable power source for critical
applications offering more than twice the energy of alkaline batteries.
Continuous Performance - The L522 at 1200mAh has twice the capacity of alkaline
batteries.
Extended storage life - up to 10 years in foil pouch.
Reliable under adverse conditions-operates in wide range of temperatures -40C to
+60C.
Requires no special method of disposal-contains no added Lead, Cadmium, or Mercury.
Cost Effective-less frequent battery replacement reduces overall cost in many portable
devices.
Lightweight-the L522 is 33% lighter than alkaline.
The L522 is suitable for many devices that use alkaline batteries. For medical devices,
contact the device manufacturer for battery specifications.
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The Lithium discharge curve is longer and flatter than Alkaline, providing a consistently higher
voltage throughout the life of the battery. As the chart demonstrates, Lithium offers longer and
more effective service.
Superior Performance in a wide range of high-tech devices.
Medical Equipment:
Ambulatory Infusion Pumps
Holter Monitors
Digital Thermometers
Galvanic Stimulators
Blood Analyzers
TENS Units
Pulse Oximeters
Telemetry Systems
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Electronic Instruments:
Remote control transmitter
Wireless microphone
Photometer
Radar detector
Digital scale
Security/Law Enforcement:
Wireless alarm system
Transmitter
Receiver
Electronic Lock
For technical and environmental information or for an Energizer distributor near you, call
1-800-426-8268.
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Lithium
chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of individual
batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a particular battery
should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the information in the
manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific
performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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Manganese Dioxide
Energizer Manganese Dioxide (Zn/MnO2)
Batteries
Table of Contents
Product Offerings
Battery Construction
Electro-Chemistry
Temperature
Applications
Internal Resistance
System Description:
The miniature manganese dioxide primary battery is designed to provide an economical power source
for device applications that do not require the flat voltage discharge curve characteristic of mercuric and
silver oxide batteries. Device applications in which miniature manganese dioxide batteries can be used
as substitutes include: calculators, automatic exposure control cameras, some watches and a variety
of small toys. The substitution of miniature manganese dioxide batteries for comparable mercuric or
silver oxide batteries should only be made where recommended by the device manufacturer. General
characteristics of the miniature manganese dioxide systems are:
Rate sensitivity comparable to silver oxide.
Good low temperature characteristics.
Good resistance to shock, vibration, and acceleration.
Excellent service maintenance; in excess of 90% after storage at 21°C(70°F) for five years.
Low and essentially constant internal resistance.
Lower energy density than comparable mercuric or silver oxide batteries.
Sloping discharge curve.
Slight bulge on completion discharge.
Available in voltages ranging from 1.5 to 12.0 volts, in a variety of sizes.
Battery Construction:
Miniature manganese dioxide batteries are produced with flat circular cathodes and homogeneous
gelled anodes. A cutaway of miniature manganese dioxide battery is illustrated in the following diagram:
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Cathodes are a mixture of MnO2 and conductor.
Anodes are a gelled mixture of amalgamated zinc powder and electrolyte.
Separators of specially selected materials prevent migration of any solid particles in the battery.
Insulating and sealing gaskets are molded of nylon.
Exterior battery surfaces of nickel are used to resist corrosion and to insure good electrical contact.
Electro-Chemistry:
Miniature manganese dioxide batteries consist of a manganese dioxide cathode, a zinc anode of high
surface area, and a highly alkaline electrolyte consisting of potassium hydroxide. The open circuit
voltage of miniature manganese dioxide batteries is approximately 1.6 volts. The operating voltage at
typical current drains varies with the depth of discharge of the battery as shown in the following
diagram:
A comparison of manganese dioxide (MnO2) service versus silver oxide (Ag2O) is as follows:
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Miniature manganese dioxide batteries typically exhibit an expansion of the cathode on discharge which
results in an overall increase in the battery’s height. This increase in height is referred to as bulge.
While miniature manganese dioxide batteries are designed to minimize bulging, they will typically bulge
to a height greater than comparable silver oxide batteries during discharge. Specific bulge data is given
on the following individual battery data pages.
Temperature:
Typical temperature effects on miniature dioxide batteries are shown in the following graphs:
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Applications:
Manufacturers who plan to recommend the use of miniature manganese dioxide batteries in their
devices must accommodate their unique discharge curve shape in the design of their equipment.
Internal Resistance:
The internal resistance (Rj) of a battery is its opposition to the flow of current. In all cases, this
resistance increases as the temperature of a battery decreases.
Internal resistance is typically measured as a reduction in closed circuit voltage when a load is applied
(voltage drop).
The Rj values obtained are subject to a number of variables and operator techniques. The effective Rj
values shown on the following individual data pages were calculated using the voltage drop method
which projects the batteries’ current carrying capability in actual device applications. This calculation
involves placing a battery on a constant background load, allowing it to stabilize, and then pulsing it with
a heavier load for one second. The resulting voltage drop is then measured and expressed in terms of
ohms as shown in the following example:
Rj = Internal Resistance
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Rb = Resistance of Background Load
Eb = Background Voltage
Rp = Resistance of Pulse Load
Ep = Voltage at End of Pulse
∆E = Voltage Change
∆ l = Current Change
lb = Background Current
lp = Current at End of Pulse
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Manganese
Dioxide chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of
individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the
information in the manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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Silver Oxide
Energizer Silver Oxide (Zn/Ag²O) Batteries
Table of Contents:
Product Offerings
System Description
Battery Construction
Electro Chemistry
Temperature
Applications
Internal Resistance
System Description:
The silver oxide/zinc alkaline primary battery is the predominate system of the miniature battery
product line. It typically can be used in watches, calculators, photoelectric exposure devices,
hearing aids, and electronic instruments. Its general characteristics include:
Higher voltage than comparable mercury batteries
Flatter discharge curve than alkaline manganese dioxide batteries
Good low temperature characteristics
Good resistance to shock, vibration, and acceleration
Low and essentially constant internal resistance
Excellent service maintenance; in excess of 90% after storage at 21°C(70°C) for five
years
Available in voltages ranging from 1.5 to 6.0 volts and a variety of sizes.
Battery Construction:
Silver oxide batteries are currently produced with flat circular cathodes and homogeneous gelled
anodes. A cutaway of a silver oxide battery is illustrated in the following diagram:
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Cathodes are a mixture of Ag2O and conductor.
Anodes are a gelled mixture of amalgamated zinc powder and electrolyte.
Separators of specially selected materials prevent migration of any solid particles in the battery.
Insulating and sealing gaskets are molded of nylon.
Exterior battery surfaces of nickel are used to resist corrosion and to insure good electrical
contact.
Electro-Chemistry:
Silver oxide batteries contain a cathode of silver oxide with a low percentage of manganese
dioxide and graphite, an anode of high surface area zinc, and a highly alkaline electrolyte
consisting of either sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide. The open circuit voltage of silver
oxide batteries is 1.6 volts. The operating voltage at typical current drains is 1.55 volts or more.
Silver oxide batteries offer a higher flat operating voltage characteristic than mercuric oxide
batteries as illustrated in the following diagram:
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The type of electrolyte used with silver oxide batteries determines their rate or current carrying
capability. Under heavy drains, potassium hydroxide (KOH) electrolyte offers less resistance to
the current flow and allows the battery to operate at higher efficiency than a sodium hydroxide
(NaOH) electrolyte. At low drains both electrolytes operate with equal efficiency. This
relationship is shown in the following diagram:
Silver oxide batteries containing a KOH electrolyte are more difficult to seal than those
containing at NaOH electrolyte. As a result, NaOH batteries are typically more salt resistant than
similar sized KOH batteries. Both batteries however, exhibit excellent long term salt resistance.
Temperature:
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Silver oxide batteries have good performance characteristics at temperature extremes. They
can be used up to 55°C(131°F). Silver oxide batteries utilizing KOH as an electrolyte will
operate with less loss of efficiency at lower temperatures than comparable NaOH batteries.
Batteries with KOH electrolyte will operate down to -28°C (-20°F) and NaOH batteries down to
-10°C(14°F) with some service reduction in both types.
Typical temperature effects on miniature silver oxide batteries are shown in the following graphs:
Applications:
Eveready silver oxide batteries are specially designed to meet the varying power requirements of
a wide variety of applications.
Watch and Calculator - Silver oxide watch batteries using a sodium hydroxide (NaOH)
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electrolyte system are primarily designed for low drain continuous use over long periods of time,
typically up to five years. This is commonly found in analog watch applications.
Silver oxide watch batteries using a potassium hydroxide (KOH) electrolyte system are
principally designed for continuous low drains with periodic high drain pulse demands for periods
of approximately one to two years. This is typical of applications such as LCD watches with
backlight, analog watches with alarms and calculators.
Hearing Aid and Electronic - Silver oxide hearing aid and electronic batteries are
designed to produce greater volumetric energy density at higher continuous discharge rates than
silver oxide watch or photographic batteries. Hearing aid and electronic batteries use potassium
hydroxide electrolyte in combination with the separator system designed to match the required
application.
Photographic - Silver oxide photo batteries are designed to provide constant voltage or
periodic high drain pulses with or without a low drain background current.
Internal Resistance:
The internal resistance (Rj) of a battery is its opposition to the flow of current. In all cases, this
resistance increases as the temperature of a battery decreases.
The internal resistance is typically measured as a reduction in closed circuit voltage when the
applied load is increased. (voltage drop)
The Rj values obtained are subject to a number of variables and operator techniques. The
effective Rj values shown on the individual data pages were calculated using the voltage drop
method which projects the batteries' current carrying capability in actual device applications.
This calculations involves placing a battery on a constant background load, allowing it to stabilize
and then pulsing it with a heavier load for one second. The resulting voltage drop is then
measured and expressed in terms of ohms as shown in the following example:
Rj = Internal Resistance
Rb = Resistance of Background Load
Eb = Background Voltage
Rp = Resistance of Pulse Load
Ep = Voltage at End of Pulse
∆E = Voltage Change
∆ I = Current Change
lb = Background Current
lp = Current at End of Pulse
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This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready
batteries within the Silver Oxide chemical system in production at the time of
preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of individual batteries are
sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current
information. None of the information in the manual constitutes a representation
or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific
performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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Zinc Air
Energizer Zinc Air (Zn/O2) Batteries
Table of Contents
Product Offerings
Battery Construction
Temperature
Electro-Chemistry
Applications
System Description:
Miniature zinc air batteries are primarily designed to provide power to eyeglass, behind-the-ear, and
in-the-ear miniature hearing aids. In most hearing aid applications, zinc air batteries can be directly
substituted for silver oxide or mercuric oxide batteries and will typically give the longest hearing aid service
of any common battery system.
The general characteristics are:
Highest capacity-to-volume ratio for miniature batteries..
Relatively flat discharge curve.
More stable voltage at high currents than mercuric oxide or silver oxide miniature
batteries.
Essentially constant internal resistance.
Activated by removing covering (adhesive backed tab) from air access hole.
Most effective in applications that consume battery capacity in a few weeks.
Must have access to air (oxygen) to operate.
Nominal voltage of 1.4
Excellent service maintenance prior to tab removal.
Available in common hearing aid battery sizes.
Battery Construction:
The electrodes in "Air Cell" batteries are gelled zinc powder anodes and catalyzed carbon cathodes. A hole
in the battery container allows oxygen from the air to enter the cathode and be reduced on the carbon
surface. At the same time, the zinc in the anode is oxidized in the same way as in a miniature mercuric oxide
or silver oxide battery. A cutaway of an "Air Cell" battery is illustrated in the following diagram:
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Cathodes are catalyzed carbon which reduce oxygen from the air.
Anodes are a gelled mixture of amalgamated zinc powder and electrolyte.
Electrolyte is a highly conductive solution of KOH in water.
Separators are materials specially selected to prevent migration of solid particles between the electrodes.
Insulating and sealing gaskets are molded nylon.
Exterior battery surfaces of nickel are used to resist corrosion and to insure good electrical contact.
Electro-Chemistry:
The electrode reactions for a zinc air battery are as follows
Anode: Zn + 2OH ⇔ ZnO + H2O + 2e
Cathode: O2 + 2H2O + 4e ⇔ 4OH
Overall: 2Zn + O2 ⇔ 2ZnO
While typical voltage resulting from this reaction is 1.4, it will vary with current drawn from the battery and
with depth of discharge.
The air must have an unobstructed path through the device and into the cathode so that the oxygen in the
air is available to discharge the cathode. A hole (or holes) is provided in the battery container to allow the
necessary oxygen into the battery. Because excessive moisture transport can degrade battery performance,
the container hole is sealed by an adhesive backed tab prior to consumer use. This tab must be removed
when the battery is put into service.
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has a relatively flat discharge curve and is less rate sensitive than mercuric oxide or silver oxide miniature
batteries. "Air Cell" batteries have essentially constant internal resistance.
A typical discharge is:
The key to miniature zinc air battery shelf life is the tab seal. This seal should not be removed until the
battery is put into service. Miniature zinc air batteries stored at room temperature with the tabs left in place
and subjected to typical hearing aid service tests show 95% of initial service after one year and 90% after
two years. Accelerated testing indicates that room temperature service maintenance at four years should
exceed 85%.
The activated (tab off) air cell batteries have an expected fresh capacity maintenance, depending on cell
size, of 50% after 3-12 weeks at 20oC (68oF). Beyond 20 weeks, at 20oC (68oF), fresh capacity
maintenance drops to 0-10%. It is therefore very important to keep the tab seal in place until usage.
Temperature:
The temperature range in which these batteries can be used in a continuous mode is -10oC to 55oC. At high
temperatures, however, the batteries will lose water rapidly and this loss will limit the length of service.
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Applications:
"Air Cell" batteries are especially effective in high to medium drain applications that will use the batteries
capacity within a few weeks after opening the seal. Applications falling within this usage time will achieve the
high energy density advantage: the highest capacity-to-volume ratio for any miniature battery system.
Hearing aids and pagers are typical devices which fit this usage time parameter.
This reference manual contains general information on all Energizer/Eveready batteries within the Zinc Air
chemical system in production at the time of preparation of the manual. Since the characteristics of individual
batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a particular battery
should contact the nearest Energizer Sales Office for current information. None of the information in the
manual constitutes a representation or warranty by Eveready Battery Company, Inc. concerning the specific
performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
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RECHARGEABLE Nickel-Metal Hydride
Product Offerings
INTRODUCTION
Mobility is increasingly viewed as an essential attribute of today’s lifestyles, both personal and professional. Advanced electronic devices such as cellular phones,
portable computers and power tools now permit people on the go to operate more effectively than was possible in home, office and work environments of a generation
ago. But the price of greater mobility has increased the demands and dependence on portable power sources.
Fortunately, with the development of new Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery options, improvements in electronics have now been matched by significant improvements
in the batteries that power them. Nickel-Metal Hydride battery cells provide more power (in equivalently sized packages) than Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) cells while also
eliminating some of the environmental concerns over the use of heavy metals in the cells.
This manual provides an introduction to this exciting new battery technology while presenting recommendations for use of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells that will provide
optimum results in battery-powered products.
Advantages of the Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell
The three major benefits of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cells to designers of portable electrical and electronic products are:
Improved energy density (up to 40 percent greater than Nickel Cadmium cells) which can be translated into either longer run times
from existing batteries or reductions in the space necessary for the battery.
Elimination of the constraints on cell manufacture, usage, and disposal imposed because of concerns over cadmium toxicity.
Simplified incorporation into products currently using Nickel Cadmium cells because of the many design similarities between the
two chemistries.
Typical Applications
The Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is currently finding widespread application in those high-end portable electrical and electronic products were battery performance
parameters, notably run time, are a major consideration in the purchase decision. First adoption of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell occurred in two markets, cellular phones
and portable computers, which are growing dramatically thanks to significant reductions in weight and volume coupled with major improvements in performance. The
second major adoption was in the power tool market where additional operating time and high power are of major importance. Examples of the range of products
currently powered by Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries are shown in Figure 1 below. Penetration of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell technology has been strongest in premium
electronic products and power tool devices that require premium performance.
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Figure 1.
Examples of products using NiMH cells
Comparison of NiMH and NiCd Cells
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are essentially an extension of the proven sealed Nickel Cadmium cell technology with the substitution of a hydrogen-absorbing negative
electrode for the cadmium-based electrode. While this substitution increases the cell electrical capacity (measured in ampere-hours) for a given weight and volume and
eliminates the cadmium which raises toxicity concerns, the remainder of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is quite similar to the Nickel Cadmium product. Many application
parameters are little changed between the two cell types, and replacement of Nickel Cadmium cells in a battery with Nickel-Metal Hydride cells usually involves few
significant design issues. Table 1 compares key design features between the two cell chemistries.
Table 1 - Summary Comparison of Nickel-Metal Hydride Application Features.
Application Feature
Comparison of Nickel-Metal Hydride to Nickel
Cadmium Batteries
Nominal Voltage
Same (1.25V)
Discharge Capacity
NiMH up to 40% greater than NiCd
Discharge Profile
Equivalent
Discharge Cutoff Voltages
Equivalent
High Rate Discharge Capability
Effectively the same rates
High Temperature (>35oC) Discharge Capability
NiMH slightly better than standard NiCd cells
Charging Process
Generally similar; multiple-step constant current with
overcharge control recommended for fast charging
NiMH
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Charge Termination Techniques
Generally similar but NiMH transitions are more subtle.
Backup temperature termination recommended.
Operating Temperature Limits
Similar, with NiMH performing slightly better at cold
temperatures.
Self-Discharge Rate
Similar to NiCd
Cycle Life
Similar to NiCd
Mechanical Fit
Equivalent
Mechanical Properties
Equivalent
Selection of Sizes/Shapes/Capacities
Equivalent
Handling Issues
Similar
Environmental Issues
Reduced with NiMH because of elimination of cadmium
toxicity concerns. Collection of spent NiMH batteries is
not mandated.
CELL FUNDAMENTALS
The Nickel-Metal Hydride cell chemistry is a hybrid of the proven positive electrode chemistry of the sealed Nickel Cadmium cell with the energy storage features of metal
alloys developed for advanced hydrogen energy storage concepts. This heritage in a positive-limited cell design results in batteries providing enhanced capacities while
retaining the well-characterized electrical and physical design features of the sealed Nickel Cadmium cell design.
Electrochemistry
The electrochemistry of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is generally represented by the following charge and discharge reactions:
Charge
At the negative electrode, in the presence of the alloy and with an electrical potential applied, the water in the electrolyte is decomposed into
hydrogen atoms, which are absorbed into the alloy, and hydroxyl ions as indicated below.
Alloy + H2O + e¯ à Alloy [H] + OH¯
At the positive electrode, the charge reaction is based on the oxidation of nickel hydroxide just as it is in the Nickel Cadmium couple.
Ni(OH)2 + OH¯ à NiOOH + H2O + e¯
Discharge:
At the negative electrode, the hydrogen is desorbed and combines with a hydroxyl ion to form water while also contributing an electron to the
circuit.
Alloy [H] + OH¯ à Alloy + H2O + e¯
At the positive electrode, nickel oxyhydroxide is reduced to its lower valence state, nickel hydroxide.
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NiOOH + H2O + e¯ à Ni(OH)2 + OH¯
Cell Components
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells, with the exception of the negative electrode, use the same general types of components as the sealed Nickel Cadmium cell.
Negative Electrode
The basic concept of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell negative electrode emanated from research on the storage of hydrogen for use as an alternative energy source in the
1970s. Certain metallic alloys were observed to form hydrides that could capture (and release) hydrogen in volumes up to nearly a thousand times their own volume. By
careful selection of the alloy constituents and proportions, the thermodynamics could be balanced to permit the absorption and release process to proceed at room
temperatures and pressures. The general result is shown schematically in Figure 2 where the much smaller hydrogen atom is shown absorbed into the interstices of a
bimetallic alloy crystal structure.
Two general classes of metallic alloys have been identified as possessing characteristics desirable for battery cell use. These are rare earth/nickel alloys generally based
around LaNi5 (the so-called AB5 class of alloys) and alloys consisting primarily of titanium and zirconium (designated as AB2 alloys). In both cases, some fraction of the
base metals is often replaced with other metallic elements. The AB5 formulation appears to offer the best set of features for commercial Nickel-Metal Hydride cell
applications.
The metal hydride electrode has a theoretical capacity approximately 40 percent higher than the cadmium electrode in a Nickel Cadmium couple. As a result,
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells provide energy densities that are 20 to 40 percent higher than the equivalent Nickel Cadmium cell.
Figure 2.
Schematic of Metal-Alloy Crystal Structure Within Nickel-Metal Hydride Negative Electrode
Positive Electrode
The Nickel-Metal Hydride positive electrode design draws heavily on experience with Nickel Cadmium electrodes. Sintered-type positive electrodes are economical and
rugged while exhibiting excellent high-rate performance, long cycle life, and good capacity.
The balance between the positive and negative electrodes is adjusted so that the cell is always positive-limited as illustrated in Figure 3. This means that the negative
electrode possesses a greater capacity than the positive. The positive will reach full capacity first as the cell is charged. It then will generate oxygen gas that diffuses to
the negative electrode where it is recombined. This oxygen cycle is a highly efficient way of handling moderate overcharge currents.
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Figure 3
Relative Electrode Balances for Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell
During Discharge/Charge/Overcharge
Electrolyte
The electrolyte used in the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is alkaline, a dilute solution of potassium hydroxide containing other minor constituents to enhance cell performance.
Separator
The material which provides electrical isolation between the electrodes while still allowing efficient ionic diffusion between them.
Cell Construction
The Nickel-Metal Hydride couple lends itself to the wound construction shown in Figure 4, which is similar to that used by present-day cylindrical Nickel Cadmium cells.
The basic components consist of the positive and negative electrodes insulated by separators. The sandwiched electrodes are wound together and inserted into a
metallic can that is sealed after injection of a small amount of electrolyte. In variation of this design, Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are also being produced in prismatic
versions such as that illustrated in Figure 5. The prismatic cells may fit more easily into volume-critical applications.
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Figure 4.
Schematic of Cylindrical Cell Construction
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The general internal construction of the prismatic cell is similar to the cylindrical cell except the single positive and negative electrodes are now replaced by multiple
electrode sets. Thus the trade-off for improved packaging in select applications is increased complexity in cell assembly with the corresponding increases in production
cost.
Both cylindrical and prismatic Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are typically two-piece sealed designs with metallic cases and tops that are electrically insulated from each other.
The case serves as the negative terminal for the cell while the top is the positive terminal.
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Figure 5.
Schematic of Prismatic Cell Construction
Some finished cell designs may use a plastic insulating wrapper shrunk over the case to provide electrical isolation between cells in typical battery applications.
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells contain a resealable safety vent built into the top, as illustrated in Figure 6. The Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is designed so the oxygen
recombination cycle described earlier is capable of recombining gases formed during overcharge under normal operating conditions, thus maintaining pressure
equilibrium within the cell. However, in cases of charger failure or improper cell/charger design for the operating environment, it is possible that oxygen, or even
hydrogen, will be generated faster than it can be recombined. In such cases the safety vent will open to reduce the pressure and prevent cell rupture. The vent reseals
once the pressure is relieved.
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Figure 6.
Schematic of Resealable Vent Mechanism
DISCHARGE PERFORMANCE
The discharge behavior of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is generally well-suited to the needs of today’s electronic and power tool products - especially those requiring a
stable voltage for extended periods of operations.
Definitions of Capacity
The principal battery parameter of interest to a product designer is usually the run time available under a specified equipment use profile. While establishing actual run
times in the product is vital prior to final adoption of a design, battery screening and initial design are often performed using rated capacities. Designers should thoroughly
understand the conditions under which a cell rating is established and the impact of differences in rating conditions on projected performance. The standard cell rating,
often abbreviated as C, is the capacity obtained from a new, but thoroughly conditioned cell subjected to a constant-current discharge at room temperature faster being
optimally charged. Since cell capacity varies inversely with the discharge rate, capacity ratings depend on the discharge rate used. For Nickel-Metal Hydride cells, the
rated capacity is normally determined at a discharge rate that fully depletes the cell in five hours. The published C value may reflect either an average or minimum value
for all cells. Typically Nickel Cadmium cells are rated based on minimum values while Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are rated on average values. The difference between the
two values may be significant (~ 10 percent) depending on the variability in the manufacturing process. Many charge and discharge parameters are normalized by the C
rate since cell performance within a family of varying cell sizes and capacities is often identical when compared on the C basis.
Equivalent Circuit
For purposes of electrical analysis of the battery cell, the Thevenin equivalent discharge circuit shown in Figure 7 is often used. This models the circuit as a series
combination of a voltage source (Eo), a series resistance (Rh = the effective instantaneous resistance), and the parallel combination of a capacitor (Cp = the effective
parallel capacitance) and a resistor (Rd = the effective delayed resistance).
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Figure 7.
Equivalent Discharge Circuit for a NiMH Cell.
Equivalent Discharge Circuit for a Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell
Eo = effective cell no-load voltage
Re = (Rh = Rd) = total effective internal resistance
Rh = effective instantaneous resistance
Rd = effective delayed resistance
Cp = effective parallel capacitance
E = cell termination voltage
For steady state purposes, the cell voltage at a given current is Eo - iRe, where Re, the effective internal resistance, is the sum of Rh and Rd. The transient response is
shown in Figure 8 where the initial voltage drops immediately to Eo - iReh and then transfers exponentially (with a time constant = Cp *Rd) to the steady-state voltage.
Obviously the process reverses when the load is reduced or removed. For many applications, the steady-state voltage is adequate for describing cell performance since
the time constant for most cells is small: usually less than 3 percent of the discharge time.
Figure 8.
Example of Transient Voltage Profile for a Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell
Voltage During Discharge
The discharge voltage profile, in addition to the transient effects discussed above, is affected by environmental conditions, notably discharge temperature and discharge
rate. However, under most conditions the voltage curve retains the flat plateau desirable for electronics and power tool applications.
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Shape of Discharge Curve
A typical discharge profile for a cell discharged at the 5-hour rate (the 0.2C rate) is shown in Figure 9. The initial drop from an open-circuit voltage of approximately 1.4
volts to the 1.2 volt plateau occurs rapidly.
Figure 9.
Typical Discharge Voltage Profile for a Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell
Then, as with Nickel Cadmium cells, the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell exhibits a sharp "knee" at the end of the discharge where the voltage drops quickly. As can be seen by
the flatness of the plateau and the symmetry of the curve, the mid-point voltage (MPV - the voltage when 50 percent of the available capacity is discharged) provides a
useful approximation to average voltage throughout the discharge.
Environmental Effects
The principal environmental influences on the location and shape of the voltage profile are the discharge temperature and discharge rate. As indicated in Figure 10, small
variations from room temperature (± 10oC) will not appreciably affect the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell voltage profile. However major excursions, especially lower
temperatures, will reduce the mid-point voltage while maintaining the general shape of the voltage profile.
Figure 10.
Mid-Point Voltage Variation with Temperature
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Discharge Rate
The effect of discharge rate on voltage profile is shown in Figure 11. There is no significant effect on the shape of the discharge curves for rates under 1C; for rates over
1C, both the beginning and ending transients consume a larger portion of the discharge duration.
Figure 11.
Voltage Profile Variation with Discharge Rate
Discharge Capacity Behavior
As with the voltage profile, the capacity available during a discharge is dramatically affected by the cell temperature during discharge and the rate of discharge. The
capacity is also heavily influenced by the operating history of the cell, i.e. the recent charge/discharge/storage history of the cell. Obviously a cell can only discharge the
capacity which has been returned to it from the previous charge cycle less whatever is lost to self discharge. Charging/charge return issues are discussed in the next
section while storage and self-discharge is addressed in a later section.
Effect of Temperature
The primary effects of lower cell temperatures (< 0oC) on dischargeable capacity, assuming adequate charging, are slight derating of capacity from room-temperature
values.
Effect of Discharge Rate
There is no significant effect on capacity for discharge rates below 1C. At the discharge rates above 1C reductions in voltage delivery occur. This voltage reduction may
also result in capacity reduction depending on the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell design chosen and the discharge termination voltage as discussed earlier.
Discharge Application Considerations
In general, the discharge behavior of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells closely follows that of similar Nickel Cadmium cells used in the same environment. Thus much of the
design expertise gathered for Nickel Cadmium cells is directly applicable to Nickel-Metal Hydride cells. Discussed below are some specific issues often raised by
designers using Nickel-Metal Hydride cells. As the Nickel-Metal Hydride experience base builds, additional information that will help designers optimize the use of
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells is becoming available. For this reason, close consultation with the factory during the design effort is encouraged.
State-of-Charge Measurement
A major issue for users of portable electronics is the run time left before they need to recharge their batteries. Users of portable computers, in particular, expect some
form of "fuel gauge" to help them determine when they need to save their work. A variety of schemes for measuring state-of-charge have been suggested. In general,
experience with Nickel-Metal Hydride cells indicates that, due to the flatness of the voltage plateau under normal discharge rates, voltage sensing cannot be used to
accurately determine state-of-charge. To date, the only form of state-of-charge sensing found to consistently give reasonable results is coulometry; comparing the
electrical flows during charge and discharge to indicate the capacity remaining. Many devices already have the electronics available to perform sophisticated tracking of
charge flows including estimation of self-discharge losses. With careful initial calibration and appropriate compensation for environmental conditions, predictions accurate
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within 5 to 10 percent of actual capacity have been demonstrated. Moltech Power Systems has developed the expertise to incorporate electronic solutions that make
accurate state-of-charge measurements possible.
Memory/Voltage Depression
The issue of "memory" or voltage depression has been a concern for many designers of devices, using Nickel Cadmium cells. In some applications where Nickel
Cadmium cells are routinely partially discharged, a depression in the discharge voltage profile of approximately 150 mV per cell has been reported when the discharge
extends from the routinely discharged to rarely discharged zones. While the severity of this problem in Nickel Cadmium cells is open to differing interpretations, the
source of the effect is generally agreed to be in the structure of the cadmium electrode. With the elimination of cadmium in the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell, memory is no
longer a major concern.
Discharge Termination
To prevent the potential for irreversible harm to the cell caused by cell reversal in discharge, removal of the load from the cell(s) prior to total discharge is highly
recommended. The typical voltage profile for a cell carried through a total discharge involves a dual plateau voltage profile as indicated in Figure 12. The voltage plateaus
are caused by the discharge of first the positive electrode and then the residual capacity in the negative. At the point both electrodes are reversed, substantial hydrogen
gas evolution occurs, which may result in cell venting as well as irreversible structural damage to the electrodes. It should be noted that the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell,
because it uses a negative electrode that absorbs hydrogen, may actually be somewhat less susceptible to long-term damage from cell reversal than the sealed Nickel
Cadmium cell.
The key to avoiding harm to the cell is to terminate the discharge at the point where essentially all capacity has been obtained from the cell, but prior to reaching the
second plateau where damage may occur. Two issues complicate the selection of the proper voltage for discharge termination: high-rate discharges and multiple-cell
effects in batteries.
Figure 12.
Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell Polarity Reversal Voltage Profile
Voltage Cutoff at High Rates
Normally discharge cutoff is based on voltage drops with a value of 0.9 volts per cell (75 percent of the 1.2 volt per cell nominal mid-point voltage) often being used. As
can be seen in Figure 11, 0.9 volts is an excellent value for most medium to long-term discharge applications (< 1C). However, again as seen in Figure 11, with high
drain-rate usage, the change in shape in the voltage curve with the more rounded "knee" to the curve means that an arbitrary 0.9V/cell cutoff may be premature, leaving
a significant fraction of the cell capacity untapped. For this reason, a better choice for voltage cutoff in high-rate applications is 75 percent of the mid-point voltage at that
discharge rate. Note, however, that this choice of end-of-discharge voltage (EODV) is dictated only by considerations of preventing damage to the cell. There may be
end-application justification for selection of a higher voltage cutoff with the resulting sacrifice of some potential additional capacity.
Discharge Termination in Batteries
Normal manufacturing variation produces a range of capacities for battery cells. As these cells are combined in batteries, the effects of cell capacity variations are
amplified by the number of cells in the battery. Use of termination voltage based on a simple multiple of 0.9V/cell times the number of cells may result in a weaker cell
being driven into reverse significantly before the battery reaches the termination voltage. Both charging techniques that minimize the amount of overcharge applied to the
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cell and frequent repetitive discharging of the battery may exacerbate the problem. The result may be premature battery failure due to the damage caused by reversal of
the weak cell. Experience indicates selection of the EODV by the following formula provides acceptable margin to minimize battery failure from repeated cell polarity
reversal:
EODV = [(MPV-150mV)(n-1)] - 200mV where MVP is the single-cell mid-point voltage at the given discharge rate and n is the number of cells in the battery. Selection of
the proper discharge termination voltage, especially for large batteries or complicated application profiles, should be done in consultation with the cell manufacturer.
CHARGE CHARACTERISTICS
Proper charging of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells is the key to satisfaction with their performance in any product. A successful charging scheme balances the need for quick,
thorough charging with the need to minimize overcharging, a key factor in prolonging life. In addition, a selected charging scheme should be economical and reliable in
use.
In general, the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell appears to be more sensitive to charging conditions than the Nickel Cadmium cell. For this reason, charging strategies should be
selected and charging parameters established in consultation with the cell manufacturer. One advantage today’s application designers do have in developing chargers for
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells is the increasing availability of packaged charger circuits.
Charging Summary
The keys to successful charging of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are:
Use a three-step charging strategy to speed return to service while minimizing excessive overcharge.
Design for more subtle indications of entry into overcharge.
Use redundant fast-charge termination techniques.
Provide fail-safe charge-termination backup (thermal fuse, etc.).
When these guidelines are followed, Nickel-Metal Hydride cells can be quickly and reliably charged while maximizing cycle life.
Cell Behavior During Charge
Unlike discharge performance where the behavior of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells and traditional Nickel Cadmium cells is very similar, there are significant differences in
behavior on charge between the two cell types that relate to basic electrochemical differences. Specifically Nickel Cadmium cells are endothermic on charge while
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are exothermic. This difference is manifested in the interrelationships among voltage, pressure, and temperature as discussed below.
Voltage, Pressure, Temperature Interrelationships
Figure 13 sketches typical behavior of a Nickel-Metal Hydride cell being charged at the 1C rate. These curves both indicate why charge control is important and illustrate
some of the cell characteristics used to determine when charge control should be applied.
The voltage spikes up on initial charging then continues to rise gradually through charging until full charge is achieved. Then as the cell reaches overcharge, the voltage
peaks and then gradually trends down. Since the charge process is exothermic, heat is being released throughout charging giving a positive slop to the temperature
curve. When the cell reaches overcharge where the bulk of the electrical energy input to the cell is converted to heat, the cell temperature increases dramatically. Cell
pressure, which increases somewhat during the charge process, also rises dramatically in overcharge as greater quantities of gas are generated at the C rate than the
cell can recombine. Without a safety vent, uncontrolled charging at this rate could result in physical damage to the cell.
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Figure 13.
Nickel-Metal Hydride Cell Charging Characteristics
Charge Acceptance at Temperature
The effect of temperature on charging efficiency (the increase in cell capacity per unit of charge input) is one area of difference between Nickel-Metal Hydride and Nickel
Cadmium cells. Specifically charge acceptance in the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell (as shown in Figure 14) decreases monotonically with rising temperature beginning below
20°C and continuing through the upper limits of normal cell operation. This contrasts with the Nickel Cadmium cell which has a peak in charge acceptance in the vicinity
of room temperature. With either cell type, the drop in charge acceptance at higher temperatures remains a significant concern to product designers who are mounting
the cells in close proximity to heat sources or in compartments with limited cooling or ventilation.
Rate Effect on Charge Acceptance
Figure 15 indicates that the charge acceptance efficiency for the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is improved as the charging rate is increased.
Overcharge Detection
Determining when overcharge has occurred is critical to charging schemes that minimize the amount of time spent at high charge rates in overcharge. In turn, these
efficient charging techniques are a key to maximizing cell life, as will be discussed later. Primary charge control schemes typically depend on sensing either the dramatic
rise in cell temperature illustrated in Figure 16 or the peak in voltage show in Figure 17.
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Figure 14.
Effect of Charge Temperature on Discharge Capacity
Figure 15.
Effect of Charge Rate on Charge Acceptance
Charge control based on temperature sensing is the most reliable approach to determining appropriate amounts of charge for the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell.
Temperature-based techniques are thus recommended over voltage-sensing control techniques for the primary charge control mechanism.
Recommended Charging Rates
Today’s trend to faster charge times requires higher charge rates than the 0.1 to 0.3C rates often recommended for many Nickel Cadmium charging systems. Both Figure
16 and 17 indicate that fast-charge rates serve to accentuate the slope changes used to trigger both the temperature and voltage-related charge terminations. A charge
rate of 1C is recommended for restoring a discharge cell to full capacity. For charging schemes that then rely on a timed "topping’ charge to ensure complete charge, a
rate of 0.1C appears to balance adequate charge input with minimum adverse effects in overcharge. Finally a maintenance (or trickle) charge rate of 0.025C (C/40) is
adequate to counter self-discharge and maintain cell capacity.
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Figure 16.
Temperature Profiles During Charge
Figure 17.
Voltage Profiles During Charge
Effective Charging Strategies
Products using Nickel-Metal Hydride cells often make use of the sophistication of today’s chip-level packaged charging systems to tailor the charging profile to fast
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capacity recovery while minimizing overcharge stress. Two general classes of strategies have evolved:
Two-Stage:
This approach uses a timer to switch from the initial charge rate to the maintenance charge rate. Because there is no sensing of the cell’s transition into
overcharge, the charge rate must be kept low (0.1C) to minimize overcharge-related impact on cell performance and life. Charge durations are typically set
at 16 to 24 hours to ensure full recharge in cases of complete discharge. Although economical, since this scheme makes no allowance for the degree of
discharge or for environmental conditions, its use is rarely recommended for typical Nickel-Metal Hydride applications.
Three-Stage:
Here a fast charge restores approximately 90 percent of the discharged capacity, an intermediate timed charge completes the charge and restores full
capacity, then a maintenance charge provides a continuous trickle current to balance the cells and compensate for self-discharge. The fast charge (with
currents in the 1C range) is typically switched to the intermediate charge using a temperature-sensing technique which triggers at the onset of overcharge.
The intermediate charge normally consists of a 0.1C charge for a timed duration selected based on battery pack configuration. This intermediate-charge
replaces the need to fast-charge deeply into the overcharge regime to ensure that the cell has received a full charge. Three-step charging, such as
illustrated in Figure 18, requires greater charger complexity (to incorporate a second switch point and third charge rate), but reduces cell exposure to
life-limiting overcharge.
Charging System Redundancy
Because of the sensitivity of cell life to overcharge history and the greater subtlety of some of the overcharge transitions, charge termination redundancy in charger
design is recommended. This applies to both built-in redundant charge control techniques and fail-safe charge termination techniques such as thermal fusing. Both of
these considerations are discussed in more detail in the cell and battery design sections.
Temperature-Based Charge Control
Use of charge control based on the temperature rise accompanying the transition of the cell to overcharge is generally recommended because of its reliability (when
compared to voltage peak sensing techniques) in sensing overcharge. However, temperature sensing is typically more expensive to implement than voltage sensing
since it requires additional sensors. The exothermic nature of the Nickel-Metal Hydride charge process (as illustrated in Figure 16) results in increasing temperature
throughout charging. This requires care in selection of setpoints to avoid premature charge termination.
Figure 18.
Recommended Charge Regime for Nickel-Metal Hydride Cells
∆T/∆t
Charge switching based on the change in slope of the temperature profile eliminates much of the influence of the external environment and can be a very effective
technique for early detection of overcharge in a three-step charging scheme.
∆TCO
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The simple form of temperature-based switching is to use an absolute increment in temperature from the start of charging, e.g. a 20°C increase in cell temperature from
onset of charge. The chosen ∆T has to account for both normal temperature gain during charge and the spike at overcharge. Selection of the proper temperature
increment can be greatly influenced by the environment surrounding the cell. Thus it should be done based on bench testing of the cell in the application and done after
consultation with the cell manufacturer.
Maximum Temperature
Charge switching based on the absolute cell temperature (as opposed to temperature increment) is subject to varying use patterns—Alaska or the Sahara—and is
recommended only as a fail-safe strategy to avoid destructive heating in case of failure of the primary switching strategy.
Voltage-Based Charge Control
Charge control based on voltage changes is attractive because it can be accomplished using only existing leads to the battery, eliminating the expense and complexity of
additional temperature-sensing leads to the cell. However, the voltage peak typically occurs later in the overcharge process, the voltage overcharge is not as distinct as
that seen with temperature, and the voltage behavior may change with cycling. For these reasons, most product designers choose to use voltage-sensing techniques
only as backups to temperature-based control.
dV/dt
Despite the concerns voiced above, Figure 17 does indicate a significant knee to the voltage early in overcharge when charging at the 1C rate. Sensing this slope
change in a dV/dt (or ∆v/Dt) system can provide an effective economical approach to detecting early entry to overcharge.
+∆V
Sensing the absolute voltage rise, if carefully performed, can be a useful charge control strategy. It can be most easily utilized if cells are usually fully discharged prior to
recharge. This approach is subject to the same caveats mentioned previously regarding consultation and bench-level verification.
- ∆V
Since the voltage does peak during overcharge, switching on the voltage decrease is feasible. This eliminates the concerns faced in both voltage and temperature
increment methods about determining the increment that ensures charge return without excessive overcharge.
Magnitude
Charge control through the absolute value of the voltage is relatively imprecise and unsuited for primary charge-control techniques. It can be used as a redundant control
technique in, for example, a dV/dt scheme.
Time-Based Charge Control
Timer-controlled charging systems are the simplest and most economical of all charging strategies. However, to avoid adverse effects on cell life and performance,
charging rates must be limited to 0.1C, which constrains time-based charging to those products where overnight return of charge is acceptable. In typical application
scenarios where the degree of discharge varies widely, a charging system using time as the primary control variable will either undercharge or overcharge the battery.
However, time-based redundant charge termination and/or time-based control of intermediate charging (topping charge) in a three-step system are often key elements of
an integrated charge-control strategy.
Environmental Influences on Charging Strategy
The discussions above are most pertinent for devices operating in the room-ambient range. Designers of products predominantly operating at either temperature extreme
should consult closely with their cell suppliers in designing their charging system.
High Temperature
Although high-temperature performance (in the 40 to 55°C range) is equivalent or even slightly better than the standard Nickel Cadmium product, charging of
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells in high-temperature environments requires careful attention for two reasons: (1) the selection of setpoints, for both temperature and
voltage-sensing systems, can be affected if the cells are already at elevated temperatures prior to starting charge; and (2) charge duration may have to be extended due
to the charge acceptance inefficiencies illustrated in Figure 14.
Low Temperature
Even though low temperature charge acceptance is better for the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell than for Nickel Cadmium cells, designers must ensure that low temperatures
do not adversely affect their charge-control scheme. The charge time increases at lower temperatures so charge durations must be carefully considered to provide
adequate low-temperature charging while avoiding excessive charge at normal temperatures. Charge rates must also be reduced at low temperatures. Charging below
0°C is not advisable. Consult the factory for more details on low-temperature charging.
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Available Battery Charging Systems
Traditionally, application designers tailored their charging system to their application. With the rapid evolution of chip-based charging circuitry, designers can now use
standardized designs providing a sophisticated charging scheme while allowing the designer wide latitude in selecting charge parameters. Such systems are available
from a variety of sources including both cell manufacturers and integrated-circuit design houses, in forms ranging from basic chip to complete charger packages.
STORAGE
Essentially all rechargeable battery cells gradually discharge over time whether they are used or not. This capacity loss is typically due to slow parasitic reactions
occurring within the cell. As such, the loss rate (self-discharge rate) is a function of the cell chemistry and the temperature environment experienced by the cell. Due to
the temperature sensitivity of the self-discharge reactions, relatively small differences in storage tempeature may result in large differences in self-discharging rate.
Extended storage with a load connected not only speeds the discharge process, but may also cause chemical changes after the cell is discharged, which may be difficult
or impossible to reverse.
Cell and battery storage issues of concern to most application designers relate either to the speed with which the cells lose their capacity after being charged or the ability
of the cells to charge and discharge "normally" after storage for some period of time. In both situations, general guidelines developed for Nickel Cadmium cells will work
acceptably for Nickel-Metal Hydride cells.
Retained Capacity
Figure 19 illustrates the amount of capacity available from Nickel-Metal Hydride cells after standing for a given number of days in four different thermal environments. The
common rule of thumb for Nickel Cadmium cells that a 10°C increase in storage temperature halves the time required for a cell to self-discharge to a given level remains
approximately correct for Nickel-Metal Hydride cells.
Figure 19.
Self-Discharge Characteristics for Nickel-Metal Hydride Cells
Recommended Storage Conditions
Storage recommendations for Nickel-Metal Hydride cells parallel those for Nickel Cadmium cells.
Store at the lowest feasible temperatures (0 to 30°C being the generally recommended storage temperatures).
Store cells/batteries open-circuit to eliminate loaded storage effects (see next page).
Storage in a clean, dry, protected environment to minimize physical damage to batteries.
Use good inventory practices (first in, first out) to reduce time cells spend in storage.
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Capacity Recovery After Storage
In normal practice, stored cells will provide full capacity on the first discharge after removal from storage and charging with standard methods. Cells stored for an
extended period or at elevated temperatures may require more than one cycle to attain pre-storage capacities. Consultation with the manufacturer is recommended if
prolonged storage and rapid restoration of capacity is planned.
Loaded Storage
Cells and batteries intended for storage for extended periods of time (pass the point where they are fully discharged) should be removed from their load. In particular,
many portable electronic devices place a very low-level drain requirement on their batteries even when in the "off" position. These micro-current loads may be sustaining
volatile memory, powering sense circuits or even maintaining switch positions. Such loads should be eliminated when storing devices for protracted periods.
When both Nickel-Metal Hydride cells and Nickel Cadmium cells are stored under load, small quantities of electrolyte can ultimately begin to seep around the seals or
through the vent. This creep leakage may result in the formation of crystals of potassium carbonate, which detract cosmetically from the appearance of the cell. In
extreme cases, creep leakage can result in corrosion of cells, batteries, or the adjoining componetry. Although such occurrences are rare, positive methods of electrically
isolating the cell, such as an insulating tape over the positive terminal or removal from the product, are suggested for applications requiring extended storage of cells.
LIFE
A key determinant of the economic and practical feasibility of using Nickel-Metal Hydride cells and batteries in portable electronic applications is the cell’s cycle life: the
ability of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell to deliver acceptable capacity on a repetitive basis. Nickel-Metal Hydride cell cycle life has received intensive development
attention with the result that operational life expectations are now competitive with those for Nickel Cadmium cells.
Limiting Mechanisms
The life of any battery cell is determined by a combination of abrupt failure events and gradual cell deterioration. With the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell, abrupt failures,
typically mechanical events resulting in the cell either shorting or going open-circuit, are relatively rare and randomly distributed.
Cell deterioration can take two forms:
1. Oxidation of the negative active material that increases cell internal resistance resulting in reduction of available voltage from the cell (MPV depression). This also
affects the balance between electrodes within the cell and may possibly result in reduced gas recombination, increased pressure, and ultimately, cell venting.
2. Deterioration of the positive active material results in less active material being available for reaction with the consequent loss of capacity.
Both phenomena result in a loss of usable capacity, but pose differing design issues. Mid-point voltage depression requires that the application design be able to adapt to
variations in supply voltage from cycle to cycle. Capacity reduction simply requires that initial cell selection be sized to provide adequate capacity at end-of-life for the
desired number of cells. The actual mechanism that will determine cell life may vary depending on application parameters and the cell characteristics. Development work
has reduced oxidation in the negative electrode reducing the depression in MPV as the cell ages.
Factors Affecting Life
The way the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is designed into an application can have dramatic effects on the life of the cell. This is especially true of the design of the charging
circuitry for the application to ensure adequate return of charge while minimizing overcharge. In fact, effective control of overcharge exposure, time and charge rate is the
way of enhancing cell life.
Charge Regime
In general, tailoring the charge regime to the application use scenario is even more important with Nickel-Metal Hydride cells than with Nickel Cadmium cells because of
the increased subtlety of the voltage and temperature indications of full charge and the greater sensitivity of cell life to overcharge history.
Degree of Overcharge
Establishing the appropriate degree of overcharge for a battery-powered application is dependent on the usage scenario. Some overcharge of the battery is vital to
ensure that all cells are fully charged and balanced, but maintenance of full charge currents for extended periods once the cell has reached full charge can reduce life.
The three-step charge process works to minimize some of the overcharge stress. Details of the charging process and the application context should be carefully reviewed
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with the cell manufacturer to ensure maximum cell life for the specific application.
Exposure to High Temperatures
In general, higher temperatures accelerate chemical reactions including those which contribute to the aging process within the battery cell. High temperatures are a
particular concern in the charging process as charge acceptance is reduced. Sensing the transition from charge to overcharge is also more difficult at higher
temperatures. Although early data indicate that Nickel-Metal Hydride cells may tolerate high-temperature charging better than standard Nickel Cadmium cells, close
consultation with the cell manufacturer is encouraged to select a charging strategy that meets operational requirements while maximizing cell life.
Cell Reversal
Discharge of Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries to the degree that some or all of the cells go into reverse can shorten cell life, especially if this overdischarge is repeated
routinely.
Prolonged Storage under Load
Maintaining a load on a cell (or battery) past the point of full discharge may eventually cause irreversible changes in the cell chemistry and promote life-limiting
phenomena such as creep leakage.
DESIGNING FOR NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE CELLS
Incorporation of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells into applications is generally straightforward, particularly for designers accustomed to designing with Nickel Cadmium cells.
Primary differences between the two cell chemistries are:
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells offer higher energy densities.
Environmental and occupational health issues relating to cadmium are eliminated with Nickel-Metal Hydride cells.
More care is required in design of Nickel-Metal Hydride charging systems.
Since Nickel-Metal Hydride cells may emit hydrogen in heavy overcharge or overdischarge, both charge-control redundancy and
location of the battery package in the product deserve careful scrutiny.
Materials of Construction
The materials of construction for the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell external surfaces are, like the Nickel Cadmium cell, largely comprised of nickel-plated steel, and therefore,
are resistant to attack by most environmental agents.
Orientation
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells will operate satisfactorily in any orientation.
Environmental Suitability
The Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is designed to operate effectively in all environments normally experienced by portable electronic equipment. Application designers
intending to use Nickel-Metal Hydride cells in especially adverse environments should consult closely with the cell manufacturer to ensure design suitability.
Temperature
Like most other battery cells, Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are most comfortably applied in a near-room-temperature environment (25°C); however, with careful attention to
design parameters, they can be successfully utilized when exposed to a much wider range of temperatures.
Operating
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells can be successfully applies in temperatures from -20°C to 50°C with appropriate derating of capacity at both the high and low ends of the
range. Design charging systems to return capacity in high or low temperature environments without damaging overcharge requires special attention.
Storage
Cells are best stored in temperatures from -40°C to 30°C although storage for limited periods of time at higher temperatures is feasible.
Shock and Vibration
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Expect Nickel-Metal Hydride cells to easily withstand the normal shock and vibration loads experienced by portable electronic equipment in day-to-day handling and
shipping. Consult with the cell manufacturer regarding applications required operation in more intense shock and vibration environments.
Ventilation and Isolation
The primary gas emitted from the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell when subjected to excessive overcharge is hydrogen as opposed to oxygen for the Nickel Cadmium cell.
Although venting of gas to the outside environment should not occur in a properly designed application, isolation of the battery compartment from other electronics
(especially mechanical switches that might generate sparks) and provision of adequate ventilation to the compartment are required to eliminate concerns regarding
possible hydrogen ignition. Isolation of the battery from heat-generating componetry and ventilation around the battery will also reduce thermal stress on the battery and
ease design of appropriate charging systems.
Termination
Since the exterior of the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell is nearly identical to that of the Nickel Cadmium cell, all termination procedures accepted for the Nickel Cadmium cell
apply equally well to the Nickel-Metal Hydride cell. The recommendation against use of mechanical (pressure) contacts in favor of welded terminations, especially to
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells. The prohibition against soldering directly to the cell to prevent heat damage to plastic seal components also applies.
BATTERY DESIGN
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are versatile performers easily adapting to most application demands. Existing design libraries for Nickel Cadmium cells can usually be easily
modified to incorporate Nickel-Metal Hydride cells instead. Economical off-the-shelf designs can be tailored to the specific voltage, space, and termination requirements
of an application. Figure 20 illustrates a typical battery installation within a representative application, while Figure 21 diagrams many of the components recommended
for a nickel-metal battery.
Figure 20.
Installation Within Typical Application (Notebook Computer)
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Figure 21.
Elements of Battery Assembly
Packaging Considerations
Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries are generally packaged in two forms:
Hard plastic cases are recommended for applications requiring the end-user to handle the battery. These cases offer greater
protection against handling damage and shock and vibrations stresses. But depending on the design, thermal management may
be more difficult within the hard case. Injection molding of hard cases requires a substantial investment for mold construction and
is thus best suited for high volumes.
Lighter shrink-wrapped plastic packaging may be used when routine battery removal is not expected. These packs, as
illustrated in Figure 21, usually consist of the cell assembly with insulators covering the exposed terminals. Plastic shrink tubing
then covers the whole pack. Shrink-wrapped batteries have acceptable mechanical integrity for assembly, and when properly
secured, withstand normal portable-product shock and vibration levels. Shrink packaging provides ample opportunity for hydrogen
to diffuse and for internally generated heat to dissipate. Additional insulation from heat my be needed at the tangent points within
the cell stacks (where they shrink material directly contacts the cell).
Either type of packaging must maintain adequate ventilation to the individual cells while providing room for cell interconnections, battery terminations, and requisite
charge control sensors.
Shape
Battery shapes can be adjusted to fit application constraints. Among the most popular battery shapes are the following:
Sticks—the terminal of one cells butts against the base of the next cell forming a long, slender battery.
Linear—the cells are placed side by side in a straight line.
Paired—cells are arranged in two (or more) symmetric rows.
Nested—the cells of one row are nested within the indentations formed by the adjacent row.
Materials
Materials used in the assembly of Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries must withstand the high temperature environment that accompanies venting of the cell. Because of the
exothermic nature of the charging process, should cells vent in overcharge, the vented gases will be largely high-temperature hydrogen (>200°C). Although these gases
will quickly disperse and cool, all materials used in cell construction must be capable of withstanding elevated temperatures while remaining inert in a hydrogen
environment. Recommended materials for use in Nickel-Metal Hydride battery construction include those below. Consult with the cell manufacturer regarding specific
material specification details.
Wires: All wire insulation should be Teflon® , Kapton® , or other material with a minimum temperature rating of 200°C.
Sleeving: All shrink sleeving should be able to withstand 200°C. PVC sleeving is not generally recommended. Kraft paper or fishpaper sleeving should be
approximately 0.007 inches thick.
Insulation: All cell insulation should be able to withstand 105°C for 24 hours. Vent shields must be constructed of Nomexâ or other insulating material
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capable of withstanding 210°C.
Case Material: Plastic cases must meet UL 94VO. Case materials without a rating of 210°C DTUL (Deflection Temperature Under Load) must be provided
with vent shields over the positive ends of the cells.
Interconnections and Terminations
Cell interconnections typically consist of nickel (Ni 200) strip spot-welded from one cell terminal to the adjacent cell’s case. Nickel bus strips offer good conductivity, ease
of welding, and resistance to corrosion. Minimum recommended nickel strip size is 0.187 inches wide by 0.005 inches thick. Wire interconnections are rarely used
because of the difficulty in attachment since soldering directly to cells is forbidden.
Battery terminations come in a variety of configurations ranging from simple flying leads (wires soldered to weld lugs which are then welded to the cells) in permanent
installations to much more elaborate contact or connector systems on removable battery packs. Removable battery packs should be designed with a connection system
that produces a minimum of 2 pounds of force while incorporating a wiping action on insertion to cut through oxide layers on the connection surfaces.
Other Components
Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries typically require more components than Nickel Cadmium batteries because of the emphasis on careful, redundant charge control including
adequate fail-safe charge termination in case of excessive temperatures. These components include the following:
PTC Resistor: Positive temperature coefficient resistors such as Raychem’s PolySwitch® circuit protector provide a latching, but resettable device for
protection against short-circuit conditions.
Thermostat: Thermostats or other resettable thermal control devices are typically used for backup to the primary charge control system to guard against
extended overcharge and the resulting elevated temperatures.
Thermal Fuse: Thermal fuses that open at a suitably elevated temperature (nominally 90°C) are often used as a third tier of thermal protection (after the
normal charge control system and thermostat). They are a fail-safe measure since the battery charging system will become inoperative.
Thermistor: Thermistors are normally used for the temperature-sensing necessary for recommended charge control schemes.
Standard Configurations
A wide variety of standard battery configurations have been developed by cell manufacturers encompassing permutations of cell size/capacity, voltage, terminations, and
charge control and termination sensors.
As a minimum, Moltech Power Systems, Inc. recommends that the following be included in any standard battery design:
Primary Charge Control System—The standard temperature or time-based charge control system to switch to maintenance
charging.
Backup Resettable Thermal Protection—Terminates charging if the primary control system should fail to switch prior to extended
overcharge. Normally set to 70°C.
Fail-Safe Thermal Fuse—Permanently opens charge circuit if battery temperature exceeds acceptable limits. Normally set to
90°C.
Short-Circuit Protection—Provides protection in cases of excess discharge current.
Vents and Vent Shielding—Gas management system to diffuse and cool a vented stream of hydrogen.
Location
While battery location is generally influenced by product design constraints such as available space, influence on center of gravity, and ease of access, battery locations
should also provide adequate ventilation, isolation from ignition sources and separation from major heat generators.
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NiMH Application Manual - Revised 3/2000
CARE AND HANDLING
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells should be handled in much the same manner as Nickel Cadmium cells. Major points are summarized below. Contact the cell manufacturer for
additional information pertinent to specific applications.
General Safety Precautions
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are generally well-behaved; however, like any rechargeable cell, they should be treated with care. Issues in dealing with Nickel-Metal Hydride
cells include the following:
Nickel-Metal Hydride cells operate on an exothermic, hydrogen-based charging and oxygen recombination process.
Precautions should be taken to avoid venting. Should venting occur, the vent gases must be properly managed.
Nickel metal hydride cells can generate high currents if shorted. These currents are sufficient to cause burns or ignition of
flammable materials.
They electrolyte is corrosive and capable of causing burns. For this reason, the cell should be maintained intact and sealed.
Shipping and Handling
Shipping and handling of Nickel-Metal Hydride cells is straightforward. The following suggestions ensure maximum performance, reliability, and safety in working with the
cells:
Ship cells only in the fully discharged state.
Provide proper packaging, considering the cells’ and batteries’ weight, to avoid transit damage, either to cells or adjacent items.
Do not store cells or batteries in loaded or shorted condition.
Use product on a first-in, first-out inventory management policy.
Avoid keeping excessive product in inventory.
Avoid excessive handling of charged cells and batteries outside the end-use product.
Disposal
Although disposal procedures for Nickel-Metal Hydride cells are still evolving, as a minimum, observe the following precautions:
Discharge fully prior to disposal.
Do not incinerate.
Do not open or puncture cells.
Observe all national, state, and local rules and regulations for disposal of rechargeable cells.
Incoming Inspection
Normal incoming inspection techniques consist of physical examination of the cells for any dents, bulges, or leakage and selection of a representative sample for capacity
testing. In general 100 percent capacity testing is discouraged because of the cost/schedule impact. Specialized incoming test procedures are normally developed for
each application by consultation between the product designer and the cell manufacturer.
This reference manual contains general information on all Moltech Power Systems, Inc. batteries within the Nickel-Metal Hydride chemical system in production at the
time of publication of the manual. Since the characteristics of individual batteries are sometimes modified, persons and businesses that are considering the use of a
particular battery should contact the nearest Moltech Power Systems sales office for current information. None of the information in this manual constitutes a
representation or warranty by Moltech Power Systems concerning the specific performance or characteristics of any of the batteries or devices.
© 2000 Moltech Power Systems, Inc
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Energizer
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Energizer e2
Energizer
Consumer/OEM
Industrial
OEM Only
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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Energizer Consumer/OEM
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Energizer e2
Energizer
Consumer/OEM
521
522
528
529
539
E90
E91
E92
E93
E95
Industrial
OEM Only
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
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Energizer Consumer/OEM
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
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NiMH
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Rechargeables
Accessories-Chargers
NiMH
NH12
NH15
NH22
NH35
NH50
Packs
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
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NiMH
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
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Consumer Packs
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Rechargeables
Accessories-Chargers
NiMH
Packs
Camcorder
Cellular
Cordless
Digital Camera
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
Discontinued Index
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Consumer Packs
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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Eveready Value
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Energizer e2
Energizer
Eveready
A522
A91
A92
A93
A95
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
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Glossary
Comments
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References
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Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
25225 Detroit Road
(P.O. Box 450777)
Westlake, Ohio 44145
DISPOSAL OF Eveready/Energizer
CARBON ZINC AND STANDARD ALKALINE BATTERIES
Energizer carbon zinc and standard alkaline batteries are United States Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) non-hazardous waste.
Waste carbon zinc and standard alkaline batteries meet the United States Federal definition
of a solid waste per 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 261.2. As such, the generator must
make certain determinations relative to the waste material. Waste carbon zinc and standard
alkaline batteries do not fall under any of the specific United States Federal RCRA F, K, P or U
lists.
This leads us to the RCRA characteristic waste criteria. Some Toxicity Characteristic
Leaching Procedure (TCLP) listed materials may be present in minute quantities in the raw
materials, but are well below the established regulatory maximum values. Waste carbon zinc and
standard alkaline batteries are not RCRA toxic. Only the characteristics of ignitability,
corrosivity and reactivity remain as possible classifications.
The batteries are solid, not liquid, which precludes their being a corrosive waste, since
corrosive waste must be liquid by definition. As an inert solid, flash point is not an appropriate
test for ignitability. Our batteries are a safe consumer product and, under standard temperature
and pressure conditions, will not cause fire through friction, absorption of moisture, or
spontaneous chemical changes. The batteries contain no sulfides or cyanides, and they do not
meet any other reactivity criteria.
United States Federal hazardous waste regulations are specific about relating waste
determination to the waste as generated. As generated, scrap carbon zinc and standard alkaline
batteries are not a specifically listed waste stream and they do not meet the criteria for ignitable,
corrosive, reactive or toxic wastes. Scrap carbon zinc and standard alkaline batteries are not
hazardous waste and they are not regulated by the United States Department of Transportation
(DOT) as hazardous materials.
Other nations and some US states may regulate waste based on additional criteria or
different test protocols. The status of scrap carbon zinc and standard alkaline batteries should be
confirmed in the nation or US state(s) where disposal occurs.
Energizer
January, 2002
This document is advisory in nature and is intended to provide battery disposal guidance based on current United
States federal laws and regulations. The information and conclusions set forth herein are made in good faith and are
believed to be accurate as of the date of preparation. However, by United States law, waste disposal determinations
are ultimately the responsibility of the generator.
Eveready Flashlights
Model
Number
Eveready Flashlights
Qty/
Battery Size
Bulb
Type
Weight
(g)*
Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Height
(mm)
3251
2/D
PR2
61
185.2
52.3
N.A.
4212
2/AAAA
222
21
66.5
14.0
22.3
4251
2/D
KPR102
99
192.0
60.7
N.A.
5109
6 Volt Lantern
PR13
220
183
99
117
Picture
* Weight without batteries
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Energizer e2
Contents
Battery Type
Primary
Alkaline
Energizer e2
X22
X91
X92
X93
X95
E96
Energizer
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Rechargeables
Battery Index Guide
Active Batteries
Discontinued Batteries
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Lithium Cylindrical
Lithium Miniature
Mang-Dioxide Miniature
Nickel Metal Hydride
Silver Oxide - Miniature
Zinc Air
Flashlights
Consumer
Industrial
Bulbs
Active Index
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Battery Disposal
Glossary
Comments
Energizer Contacts
References
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