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ҹ AA, AAA

Most common
name /
image
Other
common
names
IEC
name
ANSI/NEDA
name
Typical capacity
(mAh)
Dimensions (mm)
dia. × h.
Comments
AAA
AAA matchstick-1.jpg
U16 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Micro
Microlight
MN2400
MX2400
Type 286 (Soviet Union/Russia)
UM 4 (JIS)[2]
#7 (China)
6135-99-117-3143 (NSN)[3]
LR03 (alkaline)
R03 (carbonzinc)
FR03 (LiFeS2)
HR03 (NiMH)
KR03 (NiCd)
ZR03 (NiOOH)
24A (alkaline)
24D (carbonzinc)
24LF (LiFeS2)
1200 (alkaline)
540 (carbonzinc)
8001000 (NiMH)
10.5 × 44.5 Introduced 1911, but added to ANSI standard in 1959
AA
AA matchstick-1.jpg
D14 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Pencil-sized
Penlight
Mignon
MN1500
MX1500

Type 316 (Soviet Union/Russia)
UM 3 (JIS)
#5 (China)
6135-99-052-0009 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-195-6708 (NSN)(alkaline)[3]
LR6 (alkaline)
R6 (carbonzinc)
FR6 (LiFeS2)
HR6 (NiMH)
KR6 (NiCd)
ZR6 (NiOOH)
15A (alkaline)
15D (carbonzinc)
15LF (LiFeS2)
1.2H2 (NiMH)
1.2K2 (NiCd)
2700 (alkaline)
1100 (carbonzinc)
3000 (LiFeS2)
17002900 (NiMH)
6001000 (NiCd)
14.5 × 50.5 Introduced 1907, but added to ANSI standard sizes in 1947
C
C matchstick-1.jpg
U11 (In Britain until the 1980s)
MN1400
MX1400
Baby
Type 343 (Soviet Union/Russia)
BA-42 (US Military Spec WWII1980s)[citation needed]
UM 2 (JIS)
#2 (China)
6135-99-199-4779 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-117-3212 (NSN)(alkaline)[3]
LR14 (alkaline)
R14 (carbonzinc)
HR14 (NiMH)
KR14 (NiCd)
ZR14 (NiOOH)
14A (alkaline)
14D (carbonzinc)
8000 (alkaline)
3800 (carbonzinc)
45006000 (NiMH)
26.2 × 50 Can be replaced with AA cell using plastic "sabot" (size adaptor), with proportional loss of capacity.
D
D matchstick-1.jpg
U2 (In Britain until the 1980s)
Flashlight Battery
MN1300
MX1300
Mono
Goliath

Type 373 (Soviet Union/Russia)
BA-30 (US Military Spec WWII1980s)
UM 1 (JIS)
#1 (China)
6135-99-464-1938 (NSN)(carbon-zinc)
6135-99-109-9428 (NSN)(alkaline)[3]
LR20 (alkaline)
R20 (carbonzinc)
HR20 (NiMH)
KR20 (Ni-Cd)
ZR20 (NiOOH)
13A (alkaline)
13D (carbonzinc)
12000 (alkaline)
8000 (carbonzinc)
220012000 (NiMH)
34.2 × 61.5 Introduced 1898 as the first flashlight battery.

[edit] Non-round batteries

Most common
name / image
Other common
names
IEC name ANSI/NEDA
name
Typical capacity
(mAh)
Nominal
voltage (V)
Terminal layout Dimensions
(mm)
Comments
4.5-volt
4,5V-AA-battery.jpg
Pocketable Battery
1203
4.5 V
Type 3336 (Soviet
 Union/Russian Federation)
6135-99-738-4038 (NSN)[3]
3LR12 (alkaline)
3R12 (carbon‑zinc)
MN1203 (manganese) 6100 (alkaline)
1,200 (carbon‑zinc)
Alkaline carbon‑zinc
(3 cells):
4.5
Two 67 mm wide metal strips
(+) : Shorter strip
(−) : Longer strip
H: 67
L: 62
W: 22
This battery is most common in Europe and Russian Federation. In Switzerland as of 2008, 4.5-volt lantern batteries accounted for 1% of primary battery sales.[4]
9-volt
9V matchstick-1.jpg
PP3
Radio battery
Smoke Alarm (UK/US)
MN1604
Square battery
Krona (Soviet
 Union/Russian Federation)
Transistor
6135-99-634-8080 (NSN)[3]
6LR61 (alkaline)
6F22 (carbon‑zinc)
6KR61 (NiCd)
6HR61 (NiMH)
1604A (alkaline)
1604D (carbon‑zinc)
1604LC (lithium)
7.2H5 (NiMH)
11604 (NiCd)
1604M (mercury,
 obsolete)[5]
565 (alkaline)
400 (carbon‑zinc)
1,200 (lithium)
175300 (NiMH)
120 (NiCd)
500 (lithium polymer
rechargeable)
580 (mercury,
 obsolete)
Alkaline carbon‑zinc
(6 cells):
9
Lithium
(3 cells):
9
NiMH / NiCd
(6, 7 or 8 cells):

7.2, 8.4 or 9.6

[6]

Both on same end
(+) : male clasp
(−) : female clasp
H: 48.5
L: 26.5
W: 17.5
Added to ANSI standard in 1959
Lantern (Spring)
Lantern battery.jpg
Lantern
6 volt
Spring Top
MN908 (UK)
996 or PJ996
Energizer 529
6135-99-910-1145 (NSN)[3]
4LR25Y (alkaline)
4R25 (carbon‑zinc)
908A (alkaline)
908D (carbon‑zinc)
26,000 (alkaline)
10,500 (carbon‑zinc)
Alkaline carbon‑zinc
(4 cells):
6
Springs Top
(+) : corner spring
(−) : center spring
H: 115
L: 68.2
W: 68.2
Spring terminals

ҹд

IEC 60086
designation
ANSI C18
/NEDA designation
Typical capacity
(mAh)
Standard discharge current
(mA)
Dimensions
d. × h.
(mm)
Comments
CR927 30  9.5 × 2.7 Used extensively in blinkies.
CR1025 5033LC 30  0.1 10 × 2.5
CR1216 5034LC 25  0.1 12.5 × 1.6 Used in some lighted watches such as Timex Indiglo and some LED decorator lights (electronic Tea candles).
CR1220 5012LC 3540 0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
12.5 × 2.0
CR1225 5020LC 50  0.2 12.5 × 2.5 Maximum discharge current: 1 mA. Maximum pulse discharge current: 5 mA.
CR1616 5055 0.1 16 × 1.6
CR1620 5009LC 7578 0.1 16 × 2.0
CR1632 140 
120 (BR)
0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
16 × 3.2
CR2012 55  0.1 20 × 1.2
CR2016 5000LC 90  0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
20 × 1.6 Often used in pairs instead of CR2032 for devices that require more than 3 V, like blue/white LED flashlights.
CR2025 5003LC 160165 0.2 20 × 2.5
CR2032 5004LC 225 (CR)
190 (BR)
0.2 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
20 × 3.2 Maximum discharge current: 3 mA. Maximum pulse discharge current: 15 mA.
CR2320 110175 [20] 23 × 2 3V
CR2325 165210 23 × 2.5 3V
CR2330 265 
255 (BR)
0.2 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
23 × 3.0
CR2354 560  0.2 23 × 5.4
CR2430 5011LC 270290 24.5 × 3.0
CR2450 5029LC 610620  24.5 × 5.0 Portable devices requiring high current (3.0 mA) and long shelf life (up to 10 years)
CR2477 1000  0.2 24.5 × 7.7
CR3032 500560
500 (BR)
0.1 (CR)
0.03 (BR)
30.0 × 3.2
CR11108 160 11.6 × 10.8 Also called CR1/3N because it is one third the height of an alkaline N cell, and a stack of three of them will form a battery with the same dimensions as an N cell, but with 9V terminal voltage. Such 9V batteries in a single package do exist but are rare and only usually found in specialist applications; they can be referred to as 3CR1/3N. However 2CR1/3N, a 6V battery consisting internally of a stack of two CR1/3N is sold by Duracell, Energizer and others.

A CR1/3N was also used by photographers instead of 2 LR44 batteries, in cameras such as the Nikon EM or FE2.



 
 
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