#1-What kind of battery is an alkaline button battery? Which models are included?
Alkaline button batteries are small primary batteries that use manganese dioxide for the positive electrode, zinc for the negative electrode, and alkaline aqueous solution for the electrolyte. It is cost-effective and widely used in toys and medical appliances. To protect the environment, the mercury usage rate is 0%. The voltage of the alkaline button battery is 1.5V. The voltage is the same as that of the alkaline cylindrical battery and the carbon cylindrical battery. This is mainly due to the same positive and negative materials, and the electromotive force difference between the positive and negative materials. Formed by the same.
Alkaline button batteries include: AG0, AG1, AG2, AG3, AG4, AG5, AG6, AG7, AG8, AG9, AG10, AG11, AG12 and AG13.
#2- Corresponding size, voltage, and capacity of each model of alkaline button battery.
Button batteries have different names, the corresponding sizes are also slightly different, and the capacity is also different. See the table below, the size is listed in detail, this will provide us with the necessary reference and help to buy the battery.
|AG7||0%Hg Alkaline||1.5||40||50||ф9.5 ×2.6||0.75||L926||395||V395||LR57|
#3-The internal structure diagram and chemical reaction principle diagram of the alkaline button battery are as follows?
#4-Are Ag13 and LR44 batteries the same battery?
AG13 and LR44 are the same battery, just two different names. See the dimension drawing of LR44 below. Other types of alkaline button batteries have similar dimensions.
#5- Is there a replaceable battery?
There is another battery that has the same size as the alkaline button battery, which is the silver oxide battery. But they are not completely equivalent or direct substitutes, because they are composed of different chemical components and provide different performance for different applications. Such as SR44, SR44SW and 357 silver oxide batteries. Although these batteries are exactly the same size as LR44 batteries, the silver oxide chemistry has very low power consumption, allowing the battery to work for long periods of time in low usage applications such as watches.
#6-Which devices are alkaline button batteries mainly used in? And how to put it in?
Medical equipment, electronic thermometers, anti-theft alarms, toys, digital calipers.
First identify the positive and negative ends of the battery. the flat side is the positive side. On the opposite side, it is typically the negative end. Please pay attention that some devices have small metallic tabs for battery retention and function. Please leave these tabs undamaged as doing so may compromise the performance of your device. If you do slightly move this tab out of place, they can usually be fixed by carefully readjusting them back into the proper orientation.
#7-Will alkaline button batteries leak and explode?
It may leak or explode. The button battery is very small and has a metal shell, so it is easy to short-circuit. Because they cannot be put together in a mess, a single package is required to avoid external short circuits. Secondly, put it in the electrical appliance, and take it out in time when it is found to be out of power to avoid over-discharge.
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Very informative and helpful. Will use the information in the future.