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ER18505 Li-SOCl2 Cylindrical Lithium Battery

Posted By: enhcb

Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2022

Price: $100.00

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https://www.enhcb.com/products/er18505-li-socl2-cylindrical-battery.html


3.6V 4000mAh Flat A-size ER18505 cylindrical primary lithium battery for smart metering, Security System, RFID/IoT System, Wireless Transmitting for Smart Home Devices or Military Devices.


ER18505 Li-SOCl2 Cylindrical Lithium Battery Details


Place of Origin China
Brand Name HCB
Certification UN38.3 UL ISO9001 ISO14000 ATEX etc
Model Number ER18505 Battery


ER18505 Lithium Battery Advantages
High and Stable Voltage for ER18505 lithium battery
Energy Density for ER18505 lithium battery up to 590Wh/kg
Long Shelf Life (less than 1% per year after 1  year of storage at 25℃) ER18505 battery
Wide Operating Temperature (-55℃~ 85℃) suitable for this kind of smart home battery


ER18505 Datasheet


Electrical characteristics Open circuit voltage (at 25°C) ≥3.65V
Nominal capacity 4000mAh
(At 25°C, the battery is discharged at continuous current 2mA 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 130mA
(New cell*, at 25°C, 2.0V cut-off, battery discharged for
minimum 50% of nominal capacity.)
Maximum pulse discharge current 200mA
(200 mA/0.1 second pulses, drained every 2 minutes at 25°C from undischarged the new cell with 10 uA base current, yield voltage reading above 3.0V. The readings may vary according to the pulse characteristics, the temperature, and the’s previous history. Fitting the cell with a capacitor may be recommended in severe conditions, consult HCB.)
Storage (recommended) ≤ 30°C
(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 18.4±0.2mm
Height 49.1±0.5mm
Typical weight 31.0g
Li metal content 1.15g


ER18505 Battery Using Warnings
Do not short circuit
Do not recharge
Do not puncture
Do not crush
Do not dismantle
Do not incinerate
Do not mix new and used batteries
Do not heat above 100°c


ER18505 Li-SOCl2 Cylindrical Lithium Battery Technical Drawings


Known for adherence to professional, dedicated, service-based development, HCB Battery Co., Ltd. (HCB) is a lithium battery factory in China.



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