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V13GA - 

Battery, 1.5 V, Alkaline, 100 mAh, Pressure Contact, 11.6 mm

DANTONA INDUSTRIES V13GA

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Manufacturer Part No:
V13GA
Newark Part No.:
20C0030
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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1.5V
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-
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Alkaline
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100mAh
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Pressure Contact
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11.6mm
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5.4mm
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-
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-
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-
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LR44
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1166A
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Product Overview

The V13GA is a 1.5V/100mAh Non-rechargeable Battery features an alkaline technology and pressure contact terminals. A button cell battery is a small, round battery that is 11.6mm in diameter and 5.4mm thick. An alkaline battery is a battery that uses manganese dioxide and zinc to create a reaction and it is an economical alternative to silver oxide batteries, while still providing high capacity and long usage. This is a primary cell battery and it is non-rechargeable. This alkaline button cell battery is provides long power life and excellent continuous power sources to device.
  • Works effectively in both low and high temperature

Applications

Clock & Timing, Portable Devices, Automation & Process Control, Consumer Electronics, Test & Measurement

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