Non-Rechargeable Lithium Batteries ER14505 AA Model Li-SOCl2 Cell
3.6 V 2500mAh
|Battery discharged at continuous current 1.35mA 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
|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
Excellent safety record, high capacity
Low power consumption & long shelf life equipment,
like calculator, industrial PC CMOS, memory support power, etc.
High discharging current, high load voltage
High power consumption equipment, like water meter,indicating
2. Main Applications
Lithium is the lightest of metals and it floats on water. It also
has the greatest electrochemical potential which makes it one of
the most reactive of metals. These properties give Lithium the
potential to achieve very high energy and power densities
permitting batteries with very long useful life and small cell
Because Lithium reacts violently with water, as well as nitrogen in
air, this requires sealed cells. High-rate Llithium cells build up
temperature and pressure if they are short circuited or abused.
Thus, the cell design needs to include safety vents, which release
the pressure or rupture to prevent uncontrolled explosion.
Typical chemistries are Lithium Manganese dioxide, Llithium Sulphur
dioxide, Lithium Thionyl Chloride and Lithium Oxygen but other
variants are available.
Cardiac pacemaker, respirator, oxygenator, inspection devices,
monitoring devices, infusion pump, etc.
Marine & Lifesaving
Life jacket, signal light, buoy, etc.