AG13 Button Batteries. AG batteries (often called BUTTON batteries) are non-rechargeable cells, in either Silver Oxide or Alkaline chemistry. The Silver Oxide batteries are approximately 5 times the strength of the Alkaline versions, costing more but delivering corresponding more performance.
Chemical System: Manganese Dioxide (MnO 2) Designation: ANSI/NEDA 1166A, IEC-LR44 Nominal Voltage: 1.5 Volts Typical Capacity: 150 mAh* (to 0.9 volts) Capacity Test: 7.5K ohm continuous drain at 21°C (70°F) Typical Weight: 2.4 grams (0.08 oz.) Typical Volume: 0.54 cubic centimeters (0.03 cubic inch) Impedance (40 Hz): 3 to 9 ohms Max Bulge: This battery will bulge as it is discharged,
GPA76 Battery. All batteries are by quality branded manufacturers, normally Renata, Varta, Rayovac or Panasonic. They are not the cheap makes you get on some websites. Size: 5.4mm x 11.6mm …
Silver oxide batteries can be substituted for any alkaline battery because the size is the same. Using alkaline batteries to substitute silver oxide batteries works most of the time depending on the device.
AG13 Button Batteries. Other names associated with the AG13 coin cell battery are: 357 LR44 L1154 A76 PX76A 303 D303 and D357. Available in packs of 10, 30 50 and 100 and beyond! There is no size wholesale order of AG0 coin cells that’s too large for us.
A: The 357 battery is a silver oxide battery, while the LR44 is an alkaline battery. The 357 battery has a longer useful life and provides a more consistent v