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PANASONIC VL2330/HFN Rechargeable Lithium Battery Coin Cell

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VL2330HFN

Rechargeable Coin Cells

Description

PANASONIC VL2330/HFN.

This coin type lithium rechargeable battery has a totally new composition, employing vanadium pentoxide cathode, lithium alloy anode, and non-aqueous solvents in the electrolyte solution. With an energy density about twice that of button type nickel-cadmium batteries, this battery is especially suited for applications such as memory backup power supply in electronic devices.

Applications :
Memory backup power supplies for OA equipment (personal computers, facsimiles, etc.), AV equipment (VTRs), and communications equipment (portable telephones, etc.) Hybrid systems with solar batteries (solar remote controls, etc.)

Specifications
  • Model No: VL2330/HFN - For extremely low current output use only.
  • Description: Rechargeable Lithium Battery Coin Cell
  • Chemistry Lithium Vanadium Pentoxide
  • Voltage 3V
  • Nominal Capacity 50mAh
  • Watt Hour 0.1Wh
  • Width 23mm
  • Height 3mm
  • Weight 3.7g

Features
Flat high voltage of about 3V
A single battery can provide the voltage equivalent to two or even three nickel-cadmium batteries (approx. 1.2 V) and capacitors. Benefits include Compact design and cost reduction.
Several months of continuous backup
Small self-discharge allows use without recharging even after long storage - Unlike nickel-cadmium batteries which lose considerable capacity in 6 months due to self-discharge, the vanadium lithium secondary battery's self-discharge is very small, i.e., the annual rate of approximately 2% at normal temperature.
Stable to continuous overcharging and over-discharging. Vanadium lithium batteries exhibit stable characteristics in continuous overcharging and over-discharging to 0V, important in memory backup considerations.




 

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