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|Cellpacking:||304 Stainless Steel||Nominal Voltage:||3.6V|
Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery,
high capacity lithium batteries
ER14250M Li-SOCl2 Battery , Lithium 3.6 V Battery UN CE Certification
Battery discharged at continuous current 2mA until voltage reaches cut-off voltage 2.0V at ambient temperature 23±2℃
|Nominal Voltage||3.6 V|
|Maximum Continuous Current||100mA|
|Battery with minimum 50% rated capacity discharged at ambient temperature 23±2℃|
|Maximum Pulse Discharge Current||200mA|
|Battery with minimum 50% rated capacity discharged at max pulse for 3 seconds after 27seconds break. Ambient temperature 23±2℃|
Temperature ≤ 30℃
Humidity ≤ 75%RH
|Operating Temperature||-55℃ to +85℃|
|Battery Dimension||See drawing on pag|
|Max self-discharged rate at ambient temperature 23±2℃|
|Shelf Life||10 years|
|Ambient temperature 23±2℃|
1. Battery Characteristic
The nominal voltage of single cell up to 3.6V, the operating voltage varies with the load, normally between 3.3V and 3.6V
We offer the specific energy density of 288Wh/kg
The battery with a strong adaptability to temperature can be in work between -55℃ ~ +85℃
Battery voltage is very stable during work, more than 90% of the capacity could be output on a fixed high voltage platform
The battery self-discharge less than 2% per year at room temperature
Battery sealing using the fully sealed structure to reduce the leakage of the battery, make the battery can be stored at room temperature for more than 10 years
2. Main Applications
Wireless electric power tools, computer RAM & COMS, UPS, CNC machine tools, (TPMS), camera, video camera, timer, calculator, electric toys, lighting equipment, etc.
Cardiac pacemaker, respirator, oxygenator, inspection devices, monitoring devices, infusion pump, etc.
3. Manufacturing Advantages
4. Company Advantages
5. FAQS of General Safety Instructions
The battery should be stopped to using when the abnormal heat release or leakage occurs.
The battery should be kept out of the children firstly. If swallowed by children, please contact a physician at once.
The batteries may be incinerated or mutilated if they are closed to the fire and it leads a possible burst or they may release the toxic materials.
The batteries can’t be short circuit. If positive and negative polarity of a battery is directly connected, this may cause a short circuit and this may lead to toxic materials or gas leakage and/or violent rupture.
The batteries can not be soldered directly. If they are directly soldered, it will cause short circuit and a gas and toxic material leakage or big rupture.
The water explosion will be caused if you throw the batteries into the water.
During the batteries disposal, you need to follow the local and state regulations.
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