Titus ER14505M-AX AA 1800mAh 3.6V Lithium Thionyl Chloride (LiSOCI2) Spiral Wound Button Top Battery with Axial Leads - Bulk
- 10 year shelf-life ensured by the low self-discharge rate
- Lithium Thionyl Chloride internal chemistry creates high energy density
- Capacity of 1800mAh and voltage of 3.6V ensure high quality power delivery
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|Chemistry||Lithium Thionyl Chloride|
|Maximum Recommended Continuous Current||500mA|
|Maximum Recommended Pulse Current||1000mA|
|Operating Temperature Range||−67°F~+185°F (−55°C~+85°C)|
|Construction Type||Spiral Wound|
|Shelf Life||10 Years|
|Diameter||0.57" / 14.5mm|
|Height||1.99" / 50.5mm|
|Weight||0.77oz / 22g|
Please note this battery comes with axial lead terminals, and is not the same version as the battery shown in the above image.
While the battery is the same, the terminals are different. The main photo shows a button top terminal..
On this listing, you can only get the battery with axial lead terminals.
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Titus ER14505M-AX AA LiSOCI2 Battery
1800mAh 3.6V - Button Top
The Titus ER14505M uses Lithium Thionyl Chloride to create a high energy density AA battery with a high pulse rate and super long run times. These features, along with its stable power output, make it perfect for utility purposes, meter readings, automotive purposes, and industrial applications!
Unique SizeSpecial sized battery designed to be used with unique devices that require lithium long run times.
Low Current RateHigh energy density with a low current rate supporting use in extreme temperatures.
10 Year Shelf LifeStock up and store spare batteries with confidence– LiSOCI2 batteries have a 10 year shelf life, ensuring you always have a fresh replacement when you need it.
» Low self-discharge rate
» Stable operating voltage
Please note that these batteries have button top terminals, and may not be compatible with some devices.
Caution: AA lithium thionyl chloride batteries are primary batteries and not rechargeable. Inserting any primary lithium battery into a charger may cause severe damage to both the battery and charger.
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