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|Maximum Continuous Current:||2000mA||Peak Pulsing Current:||3000mA|
|Storing Temperature:||≤30℃||Rated Voltage:||3.0V|
|Nominal Capacity:||12000mAh||Ambient Humidity In Storage:||≤ 75%RH|
CR34615 D Model 12000mAh Non-Rechargeable 3V Primary Lithium Cylindrical Battery
|Battery discharged at continuous current 20mA until voltage reaches cut-off voltage 2.0V at ambient temperature 23±2℃|
|Nominal Voltage||3.0 V|
|Maximum Continuous Current||2000mA|
|Battery with minimum 50% rated capacity discharged at ambient temperature 23±2℃|
|Maximum Pulse Discharge Current||3000mA|
|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||-40℃ 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
2. Main Applications
Automatic meters (water meter, electric meter, gas meter), conventional meters, etc.
Well pressure meters in high temperature, float meter, logging while drilling (LWD), measure while drilling (MWD), etc.
3. Manufacturing Advantages
4. Company Advantages
5. FAQS of General Safety Instructions
They will be hot very fast and can lead the gas and other toxic materials leakage if they are closed to fire.
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.
When changing batteries be aware that batteries of different electrochemical system, grades, or brands should be not mixed. If different batteries are used or in case of using old and new batteries together this can discharge batteries due to different voltage or capacity. This can cause toxic material or gas leakage and/or violent rupture.
The water explosion will be caused if you throw the batteries into the water.
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