|Place of Origin||China|
|Model Number||ER341245/DD Model|
Payment & Shipping Terms
|Minimum Order Quantity||1K pcs|
|Packaging Details||Special design for Air/Sea/Courier transportation|
|Delivery Time||35 workdays|
|Payment Terms||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability||Two million units per month|
High and Stable Voltage
Energy Density up to 590Wh/kg
Long Shelf Life (less than 1% per year after 1 year of storage at +25℃)
Wide Operating Temperature (-55℃~+85℃)
|Electrical characteristics||Open circuit voltage (at 25°C)||≥3.65V|
|(At +25°C, the battery is discharged at a continuous current of 4mA until the voltage reaches cut-off voltage 2.0V. The capacity can vary at a different temperature, discharge current or cut-off voltage. )|
|Maximum continuous current||400mA|
|(At +25°C, 2.0V cut-off, battery discharged for minimum 50% of nominal capacity. )|
|Maximum pulse discharge current||800mA|
|(At +25°C, 2.0V cut-off, battery discharged for minimum 50% of nominal capacity with max pulse for 3 seconds after 27 seconds break. The discharged capacity may vary according to the pulse characteristics, the temperature, and the cell’s previous history. Fitting the cell with a capacitor may be recommended in severe conditions, consult HCB.）|
|(For more severe conditions, consult HCB)||≤75%RH|
|Operating temperature range||-55°C~+85°C|
|(Operation above ambient temperature may lead to reduced |
capacity and lower voltage readings at the beginning of pulses, consult HCB.)
|Physical characteristics||Diameter (max)||34.2mm|
|Li metal content||9.5g|
Do not reverse battery, follow strictly the signs + and – shown on batteries and appliances. If batteries are put in the wrong way they are bound to become hot very quickly. This can lead to gas or toxic material leakage and/or to a violent rupture.
Do not incinerate or mutilate, may burst or release toxic material.
Do not deform batteries. Batteries are not to be crushed, drilled into, or damaged in any other way. This can lead to toxic material or gas leakage and/or violent rupture.
Do not throw the battery into the water. This can cause an explosion.
Do not charge primary batteries. This can cause gas leakage and will lead to violent rupture and/or fire.