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PANASONIC VL2330/HFN Rechargeable Lithium Battery Coin Cell

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Rechargeable Coin Cells


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.)

  • 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

Flat high voltage of about 3 V
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., 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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