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DANTONA INDUSTRIES  LS14500  Battery, 3.6 V, AA, Lithium, 2.6 Ah, Raised Positive and Flat Negative, 14.55 mm

DANTONA INDUSTRIES LS14500
DANTONA INDUSTRIES LS14500
Manufacturer Part No:
LS14500
Newark Part No.:
23C2691
Technical Datasheet:
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DANTONA INDUSTRIES LS14500
DANTONA INDUSTRIES LS14500

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Product Overview

The LS14500 is a 3.6V cylindrical-type Lithium-thionyl Chloride Battery with 2.6Ah capacity and bobbin construction. The concentric electrodes enable the maximum loading of active materials and correspondingly, maximum energy and lowest self-discharge. It perfectly suits high energy and high voltage requirements in a wide range of temperature. It has excellent resistance to humid environments.
  • Enhanced capacity
  • 50mA continuous current
  • High operating voltage, stable during most of application lifetime
  • Lowest self-discharge for extended shelf life and operating life
  • Well controlled passivation with limited voltage delay
  • Excellent reliability over extended operating life
  • Low magnetic signature
  • Excellent safety records
  • -60 to +85°C operating temperature
  • Stainless steel container and end caps
  • Hermetic glass-to-metal sealing
  • Non-flammable electrolyte
  • 250mA pulse capability
Fire, explosion and burn hazard. Do not recharge, short circuit, crush, disassemble, heat above 100°C (212°F), incinerate or expose contents to water.

 

Product Information

Battery Voltage:
3.6V
Battery Size Code:
AA
Battery Technology:
Lithium
Battery Capacity:
2.6Ah
Battery Terminals:
Raised Positive and Flat Negative
External Diameter:
14.55mm
External Height:
50.3mm
External Width:
-
External Depth:
-
Weight:
16.7g
Battery IEC Code:
-
Battery NEDA Code:
-
Product Range:
-
SVHC:
To Be Advised

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Applications

  • Industrial
  • Automotive
  • Metering

Legislation and Environmental

Product Traceability
UN Hazard Code:
HAZ
Authorized Distributor

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