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18 okt 2016 - WIKIPEDIA 2016 10 18 - Codering en benamingen batterijen

Codering en benamingen batterijen

Codering batterijen.
IEC code Amerik. code Varta Omschrijving maten mm
(L)R(0)3 AAA Micro mini penlite, potloodcel 10.5x44.5
(L)R6 AA Mignon penlite 14.5x50.5
(L)R14 C Baby engelse staaf, mini staaf 26.2x50
(L)R20 D Mono grote staaf 34.5x61.5
6(L)R61 - 9volt e-blokje 26.5x17.5x48
3(L)R12 - Normal platte 4,5 volt batterij 26x22x67

 

Lijst kleine knoopbatterijen (Alkaline of silver-oxide) 

 

Most
common
name
Other common names IECnames ANSInames Typical capacity
(mAh)
Dimensions
(mm)
dia. × h.
Comments
(L) = alkaline
(S) = silver-oxide
SR41 AG3/SG3/G3-A
LR41
192/384/392
6135-99-949-0402 (NSN)(S)
LR736 (L)
SR736 (S)
1135SO (S)
1134SO (S)
25–32 (L)
38–45 (S)
7.9 × 3.6  
SR43 AG12/SG12
LR43
L1142
186/301/386
6135-99-547-0573 (NSN)(S)
LR1142 (L)
SR1142 (S)
1133SO (S)
1132SO (S)
80 (L)
120–125 (S)
11.6 × 4.2  
SR44 AG13/SG13
LR44/LR154
6135-99-792-8475 (NSN)(alkaline)
6135-99-651-3240 (NSN)(S)
A76/S76/EPX76
157/303/357
1128MP, 208-904, A-76, A613, AG14,
AG-14, CA18, CA19, CR44, D76A,
G13A, G13-A, GDA76, GP76A, GPA7,
GPA75, GPA76, GPS76A, KA, KA76, AG76,
L1154, L1154C, L1154F, L1154G,
L1154H, LR44G, LR44GD, LR44H,
MS76H, PX76A, PX675A, RPX675,
RW82, SB-F9, V13G, 357A
LR1154 (L)
SR1154 (S)
1166A (L)
1107SO (S)
1131SOP (S)
110–150 (L)
170–200 (S)
11.6 × 5.4 Typical internal resistance: 8 ohms
SR45 AG9/SG9
LR45
194/394
6135-99-782-4675 (NSN)(S)
LR936 (L)
SR936 (S)
  48 (L)
55–70 (S)
9.5 × 3.6  
SR48 AG5/SG5
LR48
L750
193/309/393
LR754 (L)
SR754 (S)
1136SO (S)
1137SO (S)
52 (L)
70 (S)
7.9 × 5.4  
SR54 AG10/SG10/G10-A
LR54
189/387/389/390
LR1130/SR1130
6135-99-796-0471 (NSN)(S)
LR1131 (L)
SR1131 (S)
1138SO (S) 44–68 (L)
80–86 (S)
11.6 × 3.1  
SR55 AG8/SG8
LR55
191/381/391
LR1120/SR1120
LR1121 (L)
SR1121 (S)
1160SO (S) 40–42 (L)
55–67 (S)
11.6 × 2.1  
  365,366,S16,608 SR1116SW   28-40[24][25] 11.6 × 1.65 1.55 V
SR57 AG7/SG7
LR57
195
395(low-drain)/399(high-drain)[26]
LR927/SR927
SR927W/SR927SW/GR927
6135-99-796-0471 (NSN)(S)
LR926 (L)
SR926 (S)
1165SO (S) 46 (L)
55–67 (S)
9.5 × 2.6  
SR58 AG11/SG11
LR58
162/361/362
LR721 (L)
SR721 (S)
1158SO (S) 18–25 (L)
33–36 (S)
7.9 × 2.1  
SR59 AG2/SG2
LR59
196/396/397
LR726 (L)
SR726 (S)
1163SO (S) 26 (L)
30 (S)
7.9 × 2.6  
SR60 AG1/SG1
LR60
164/364
LR621 (L)
SR621 (S)
1175SO (S) 13 (L)
20 (S)
6.8 × 2.1  
SR63 AG0/SG0
LR63
379
LR521 (L)
SR521 (S)
  10 (L)
18 (S)
5.8 × 2.1  
SR64 LR64
319
LR527 (L)
SR527 (S)
  12 (L)
20 (S)
5.8 × 2.7  
SR65 SR616SW
321
LR65
Varta V321
    6.8 × 1.65  
SR66 AG4/SG4
LR66
177/376/377
SR626SW
LR626 (L)
SR626 (S)
1176SO (S) 12–18 (L)
26 (S)
6.8 × 2.6  
SR67 315 SR716 (S)   21 (S) 7.9 × 1.65  
SR68 SR916SW
373
LR916 (L)
SR916 (S)
  26 (S) 9.5 × 1.6  
SR69 AG6/SG6
LR69
171/371
LR920/SR920
LR921 (L)
SR921 (S)
  30 (L)
55 (S)
9.5 × 2.1  
SR516 SR516SW
317
LR516 (L)
SR516 (S)
  11 (S) 5.8 × 1.6  
SR416 SR416SW
337
LR416 (L)
SR416 (S)
  8 (S) 4.8 × 1.6  
SR731 SR731SW
24
329
LR731 (L)
SR731 (S)
  36 (S) 7.9 × 3.1  
SR712 SR712SW SR712 (S)   9 (S) 7.9 × 1.3  
LR932   LR932 (L)   40 (L) 9.3 × 3.2 Rarely used independently. 8 of these in series used in A23 battery.

 

Lijst grotere knoopbatterijen (Lithium)

 

IECnames ANSInames Typical capacity
(mAh)
Standard discharge current
(mA)
Dimensions
d. × h.
(mm)
Comments
CR927   30    9.5 × 2.7 Used extensively in blinkies. Also used in some LEGO toys.
CR1025 5033LC 30  0.1 10 × 2.5  
CR1130   70   11.5 x 3.0 [16] A rare battery, sometimes used in car security (car alarm/keyfob batteries), organizer (backup battery for PDA such as Psion etc.), and glucometer equipment. [Also some pedometers.]
also k.a DL1130, BR1130, KL1130, L1130, ECR1130, KCR1130, E-CR1130, KECR1130
[17]
CR1216 5034LC 25  0.1 12.5 × 1.6 Used in some lighted watches and some LED decorator lights (electronic tea candles).
CR1220 5012LC 35–40 0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
12.5 × 2.0 Used in keychain LED flashlights. Sometimes used instead of CR2032 in electronic tea lights.[citation needed]
CR1225 5020LC 50  0.2 12.5 × 2.5 Maximum discharge current: 1 mA. Maximum pulse discharge current: 5 mA.
CR1616   50–55 0.1 16 × 1.6 Used in automobile key remotes and in Game Boy cartridges (for powering the RAM for saved games).
CR1620 5009LC 75–78 0.1 16 × 2.0 Used in automobile key remotes and early digital watches.
CR1632   140 
120 (BR)
0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
16 × 3.2 Used in automobile key remotes. (e.g., Toyota Prius 2012)
CR2012   55  0.1 20 × 1.2  
CR2016 5000LC 90  0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
20 × 1.6 Frequently used in digital watches. Often used in pairs instead of CR2032 for devices that require more than 3 V, like blue/white LED flashlights.
CR2020   115-125   20 × 2  
CR2025 5003LC 160–165 0.2 20 × 2.5 Frequently used in digital watches and automobile remotes. Also in Fitbit Zip.
CR2032 5004LC 225 (CR)
190 (BR)
0.2 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
20 × 3.2 Maximum discharge current: 3 mA. Maximum pulse discharge current: 15 mA. Commonly used on computer Motherboards as Nonvolatile BIOS memory and Real-time clock (RTC) backup batteries.
This is also the most common lithium cell. Weights around 2.9 gramm [18]
CR2040  ? 280  ? 20 × 4.0 3V. Used in Skytronic PRO Audible Altimeter but also flow meters and organizers (as a memory backup battery). Has become obsolete and hard to find. Other names are BR2040, DL2040, ECR2040, E-CR2040, KCR2040, KECR2040, KL2040, L2040, L24.
CR2320   110–175 [19][20][21]   23 × 2 3 V
CR2325   165–210   23 × 2.5 The most common battery size in Soviet/Russian electronic watches, calculators and remote controls.[citation needed]
CR2330   265 
255 (BR)
0.2 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
23 × 3.0  
BR2335[22]   165 (BR)   23 × 3.5  
CR2354   560  0.2 23 × 5.4  
CR2412   100  0.2 24.5 × 1.2  
CR2430 5011LC 270–290   24.5 × 3.0  
CR2450 5029LC 610–620    24.5 × 5.0 Portable devices requiring high current (3.0 mA) and long shelf life (up to 10 years)
CR2477   1000  0.2 24.5 × 7.7 Has the highest capacity of lithium button cell batteries.[citation needed]
CR3032   500–560
500 (BR)
0.1 to 0.2 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
30.0 × 3.2 Continuous discharge current take from Panasonic Catalog.[18]
CR11108   160   11.6 × 10.8 Also called CR1/3N because it is one third the height of an alkaline N cell, and a stack of three of them will form a battery with the same dimensions as an N cell, but with 9 V terminal voltage. Such 9 V batteries in a single package do exist but are rare and only usually found in specialist applications; they can be referred to as 3CR1/3N. However 2CR1/3N, a 6 V battery consisting internally of a stack of two CR1/3N is sold by Duracell, Energizer and others.
A CR1/3N was also used by photographers instead of 2 LR44 batteries, in cameras such as theNikon EM or FE2.[citation needed]

 Cylindrische batterijen

Most common
name / image
Other common names IEC names ANSI names Typical capacity
(mAh)
Nominal
voltage (V)
Size, dia. × h.
mm
Comments
½AA SAFT LS14250
Tadiran TL5101
UL142502P
CR14250 (Li MnO2) 3 V
ER14250 (Li SOCl2) 3.6 V
  850–1200   14.5 × 24 Same diameter as AA battery, used in small electronics, includingpulse oximeters, as well as use in some computer models (such as most pre-IntelMacintoshmodels and some olderIBM PC compatibles) as the CMOS battery. Also used in US militaryMILES gear and DAGR.
AAAA MX2500
Mini
UM 6 (JIS)
LR8D425 (alkaline)
LR61
25A (alkaline) 625 (alkaline)   8.3 × 42.5 Sometimes used in pen flashlights, laser pointers, powered styluses, calculators, fishing lures, or electronicglucose meters.
AAA U16 or HP16 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Micro
Microlight
MN2400
MX2400
MV2400
Type 286 (Soviet Union/Russia)
UM 4 (JIS)[4] 単4
#7 (China)
6135-99-117-3143 (NSN)
LR03 (alkaline)
R03 (carbon–zinc)
FR03 (Li–FeS2)
HR03 (NiMH)
KR03 (NiCd)
ZR03 (NiOOH)
24A (alkaline)
24D (carbon–zinc)
24LF (Li–FeS2)
1200 (alkaline)
540 (carbon–zinc)
800–1000 (NiMH)
  10.5 × 44.5
(0.41 × 1.75)
Introduced 1911, but added to ANSI standard in 1959
AA U12 or HP7 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Pencil-sized
Penlight
Mignon
MN1500
MX1500
MV1500
Type 316 (Soviet Union/Russia)
UM 3 (JIS) 単3
#5 (China)
6135-99-052-0009 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-195-6708 (NSN)(alkaline)
LR6 (alkaline)
R6 (carbon–zinc)
FR6 (Li–FeS2)
HR6 (NiMH)
KR6 (NiCd)
ZR6 (NiOOH)
15A (alkaline)
15D (carbon–zinc)
15LF (Li–FeS2)
1.2H2 (NiMH)
1.2K2 (NiCd)
2700 (alkaline)
1100 (carbon–zinc)
3000 (Li–FeS2)
1700–2700 (NiMH)
600–1000 (NiCd)
  14.5 × 50.5
(0.57 × 1.99)
Introduced 1907, but added to ANSI standard sizes in 1947
A   R23 (carbon zinc)
LR23 (alkaline)
      17 × 50 More common as a NiCd or NiMH cell size than a primary size, popular in older laptop batteries and hobby battery packs.
Various fractional sizes are also available e.g. 2/3A and 4/5 A.
B U10 (UK, pre 1980s)
336 (Russian Federation)
R12 (carbon zinc)
LR12 (alkaline)
  8350 (alkaline)   21.5 × 60 Most commonly found within a European 4.5 volt lantern battery.
Historically available in UK as a 2 cell battery type 'No 8' for bijou size torches.
Not to be confused with the vacuum tube B battery.
C U11 or HP11 (In Britain until the 1980s)
MN1400
MX1400
Baby
Type 343 (Soviet Union/Russia)
BA-42 (US Military Spec WWII–1980s)[citation needed]
UM 2 (JIS) 単2
#2 (China)
6135-99-199-4779 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-117-3212 (NSN)(alkaline)
LR14 (alkaline)
R14 (carbon–zinc)
HR14 (NiMH)
KR14 (NiCd)
ZR14 (NiOOH)
14A (alkaline)
14D (carbon–zinc)
8000 (alkaline)
3800 (carbon–zinc)
4500–6000 (NiMH)
  26.2 × 50
(1.03 × 1.97)
Can be replaced with AA cell using plastic "sabot" (size adaptor), with proportional loss of capacity.
Sub-C Type 323 (Soviet
 Union/Russian Federation)
KR22C429 (NiCd)
HR22C429 (NiMH)
  1200–2400 (NiCd)
1800–5000 (NiMH)
  22.2 × 42.9 A common size for cordless tool battery packs. This size is also used in radio-controlled scale vehicle battery packs.
1/2-, 4/5- and 5/4-sub-C sizes (differing in length) are also available.
D U2 or HP2 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Flashlight Battery
MN1300
MX1300
Mono
Goliath

Type 373 (Soviet Union/Russia)
BA-30 (US Military Spec WWII–1980s)
UM 1 (JIS) 単1
#1 (China)
6135-99-464-1938 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-109-9428 (NSN)(alkaline)
LR20 (alkaline)
R20 (carbon–zinc)
HR20 (NiMH)
KR20 (Ni-Cd)
ZR20 (NiOOH)
13A (alkaline)
13D (carbon–zinc)
12000 (alkaline)
8000 (carbon–zinc)
2200–11000 (NiMH)
2000-5500 (NiCd)
  34.2 × 61.5
(1.35 × 2.42)
Introduced 1898 as the first flashlight battery.
F   R25 (carbon zinc)
LR25 (alkaline)
60 10500 (carbon zinc)
26000 (alkaline)
  33 × 91 Four "F" Cells are often found within 6 volt rectangular lantern batteries.
N Lady
MN9100
UM-5 (JIS)
E90
6135-99-661-4958 (NSN)
LR1 (alkaline)
R1 (carbon zinc)
HR1 (NiMH)
KR1 (NiCd)
910A (alkaline)
910D (carbon zinc)
800–1000 (alkaline)
400 (carbon zinc)
350–500 (NiMH)
  12 × 30.2 Rechargeablenickel–cadmium andnickel–metal hydride are far less common than other rechargeable sizes.[5]
Mercury batteries of the same dimensions are no longer manufactured.
A23 V23GA
23A
23AE
MN21
L1028
8LR23
LRV08
LR23A
8LR932 (alkaline) 1811A (alkaline) 55 (alkaline) 12 10.3 × 28.5 Used in smallRF devices such as key fob-stylegarage door openers, wirelessdoorbells, andkeyless entry systemswhere only infrequent pulse current is used.
Usually contains a stack of eight LR932 button cells shrink wrapped together.
A27 GP27A
MN27
L828
27A
8LR732 (alkaline)   22 (alkaline) 12 8 × 28 Used in smallRF devices such as car alarm remote controls. Can also be found in some cigarette lighters. May be made of eight LR632 cells.
BA5800 BA5800/U (Li SOCl2)
BA5800A/U (Li SO2)
    7500 (Li SO2) 5.3 (Li SO2) 35.5 × 128.5 Has both terminals at the same end and is roughly the size of two stacked D cells. Used in military hand-held devices such as thePLGR.
Duplex Ever Ready No. 8 2R10     3 21.8 × 74.6 Internally contains two 1.5 V cells hence the nickname 'Duplex'
In Switzerland as of 2008, 2R10 batteries accounted for 0.003% of primary battery sales.[6]
4SR44 PX28A
A544
K28A
V34PX
4LR44 (alkaline)   110–150 (alkaline)
170 200 (silver oxide)
6.2 (alkaline)
6.5 (silver oxide)
13 × 25.2 Used in film cameras, blood glucose meters, medical instruments, dog training devices. Often simply a stack of four SR44 (LR44) button cells shrink wrapped together

 

 


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