3V Rechargeable Lithium Coin Cell Powers Medical And Wearable Devices

3V Rechargeable Lithium Coin Cell Powers Medical And Wearable Devices
Renata Batteries

The company’s first rechargeable coin cell battery, the LMR 2016, relies on a lithium manganese dioxide chemistry to deliver long cell life with low self-discharge. Self-discharge rate is less than 1% per year at 23°C. The battery package measures 20 mm in diameter and 1.6 mm in height and weighs 1.2g. Other features include a 3V nominal voltage, 500-cycle lifetime, 30-mAh capacity, and an operating temperature range from -20°C to +60°C. Freshly delivered batteries have a 90% (27mAh) state of charge. For samples, pricing, and technical assistance, visit http://www.sykessler.com/renata-oem

Renata Batteries
Sy Kessler Sales, Inc.
Dallas, TX.
972-234-8091
Sharon Rossi
972-234-8091 x110
[email protected]
http://www.sykessler.com

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Company: Renata Batteries
Country: United States (USA)

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