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3KKF6 72030 UNSPSC # 39111702

LR44, Button Cell Battery, Alkaline, 1.5V DC, Diameter 0.45 in, Depth 0.203 in, PK 4

  • Item # 3KKF6
  • Mfr. Model # 72030
  • UNSPSC # 39111702
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Coin cell batteries are thin, circular batteries often used to power hearing aids, wristwatches, key fobs, digital calipers and test instruments, and small flashlights. Commonly called button batteries or watch batteries, they have a low self-discharge to hold their charge for a long shelf and service life. These batteries can be discarded when their charge runs out.

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LR44, Button Cell Battery, Alkaline, 1.5V DC, Diameter 0.45 in, Depth 0.203 in, PK 4

  • Item # 3KKF6
  • Mfr. Model # 72030
  • UNSPSC # 39111702
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Coin cell batteries are thin, circular batteries often used to power hearing aids, wristwatches, key fobs, digital calipers and test instruments, and small flashlights. Commonly called button batteries or watch batteries, they have a low self-discharge to hold their charge for a long shelf and service life. These batteries can be discarded when their charge runs out.

Technical Specs

  • Item Button Cell Battery
  • Battery Size LR44
  • Battery Chemistry Alkaline
  • Voltage - Batteries 1.5V DC
  • Standard Battery Pack Size 4
  • Capacity - Batteries 150 mAh
  • Battery Cross-Reference 157, A76, AG13, G13, KA, L1154, LR1154, LR44, RW82, V13GA
  • Drain Type - Battery Medium Drain
  • Diameter 0.45 in
  • Depth 0.203 in
  • Max. Operating Temp. 140 Degrees F
  • Min. Operating Temp. 20 Degrees F
  • Color Code No Code
  • Shelf Life 5 yr

Coin cell batteries are thin, circular batteries often used to power hearing aids, wristwatches, key fobs, digital calipers and test instruments, and small flashlights. Commonly called button batteries or watch batteries, they have a low self-discharge to hold their charge for a long shelf and service life. These batteries can be discarded when their charge runs out.

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