Batteries Button Lithium Coin

PANASONIC BR1225 Lithium Battery

NZ $6.44

BR1225

Button Lithium Coin

Description

PANASONIC BR1225
 
  • Voltage:3V
  • Size Code : Coin Cell
  • Technology : Lithium Polymer
  • Capacity : 48mAh
  • Battery Terminals:Pressure Contact
  • External Diameter : 12.5mm
  • External Height:2.5mm
  • Weight:800mg
  • Battery IEC Code:CR1225

Also known as: DL1225, ECR1225, CR1225, DL1225B, BR1225-1W, CR1225-1W, KCR1225, LM1225, 5020LC, L30

CR1225 Lithium button cells are commonly used in car security (car alarm/keyfob batteries), organizer (backup battery for PDA such as Psion etc), glucometer,  camera, electric thermometer, calculator, computer equipment (CMOS memory backup battery for Sony Vaio and Compaq Presario Laptops for example), toys, communication equipment, electronic watches/clocks, card radios, data pack for video camera.
 

What is BR type battery ?
Poly-carbon Monoflouride Lithium Batteries (BR type)
This 3V chemistry is ideal for real-time clock and memory backup applications.

BR series batteries exhibit stable voltage over the entire life of the cell and stable performance at comparatively high environmental temperatures. The self-discharge of the BR chemistry at elevated temperatures is also superior to other lithium coin cell chemistries.

  BR CR
Negative Material
Lithium Lithium
Positive Material
Poly-Carbonmonofluoride (CF)n Manganese Dioxide (MnO2)
Storage Temperature over 60ºC
Good (up to +85ºC) Not recommended
Operating Temperature:
   
Cylindrical Type
-40ºC~+85ºC -40ºC~+70ºC
Coin Type
-30ºC~+80ºC -30ºC~+60ºC
High Temperature Coin Type
-40ºC~+125ºC -
Pin Type
-30ºC~+80ºC -
Current Handling Capability
Good Excellent
Discharge Voltage Characteristics
Stable to end of battery life Gradually decreases
Discharge Current Characteristics
Better for Low Drain Better for High Drain
Typical applications
Real Time Clock, Memory B/U Pulse Discharge, RFID,
Keyless Entry, Flashes






 

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