Saft 3.6V Lithium Thionyl Chloride D Battery
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SAFT Lithium Non-rechargeable Batteries - LS
These batteries are not like typical batteries, they have a nominal voltage rating of 3.6 V designed for use in applications where a device is used for a long period of time such as utility metering, security and alarms.
LS batteries use lithium-thionyl chloride so they have a high energy density, low discharge rate, ideal for lengthy storage periods plus they are fully compliant with IEC60086-4 and IEC60079-11 safety standards.
Why choose these batteries?
Saft LS lithium batteries are 3.6 V rated which is considerably higher than commonly used batteries. They are applicable for equipment or instruments designed for this rating otherwise damage will ensue. Saft LS lithium batteries are non-rechargeable and should not be recharged.
Lithium batteries what are the advantages?
The nominal voltage of 3.6 V, greater than conventional cells
Wide temperature range −60ﾟC to +85ﾟC
High energy density, the highest of any primary battery
Features and Benefits
Operating voltage: 3.6 V
Low self-discharge for extended life
Operating temperature: - 60°C to + 85°C
Resistance to corrosion
Low magnetic signature
Size options; 1/ 2 AA, 2/ 3 AA, C and D
Lithium batteries are used in electronic devices that require a small, compact source of power. Example applications include:
Are Lithium Batteries Harmful ?
Lithium batteries can sometimes leak a substance called potassium hydroxide which is a caustic agent that can cause eye, skin and respiratory irritations. This risk is reduced by not mixing different manufacturer battery types, batteries of different chemistries and by the replacement of all batteries at the same time.
How to dispose of Alkaline/Lithium Batteries?
Recycle responsibly, a wide range of schemes are available.
Keep out of sight and reach of children
Always install the batteries correctly as per instruction
Ensure that the contact points are clean and conductive
Do not mix different types of battery
Do not heat or attempt to recharge the battery
Do not dispose of in a fire
Due to the high terminal voltage 3.6V they are not suitable as direct replacements for other battery technologies in the same can sizes
Compliant with IEC 60086-4 safety standard
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