Highfields Amateur Radio Club
Glossary Appendix.
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Battery Details.

The differences between LR and SR cells:

LR cells are Alkaline Manganese based and have a lower energy density or capacity and are 1.5volts.
SR cells are Silver Oxide based, have a higher energy density or capacity and are 1.55volts.
See the Notes page for more info.

Equivalents:

080-D22, 080-D32, 19, 23, 29, 46, 161, 280-23, 280-29, 280-53, 361, 361-1, 362, 362-1, 423, 532, 554, 601, 1158SO, 1173SO, 28023, 28029, 28053, AG11, CX58, CX721, D1M, D1U, D361, D361/362, D362, E361, E362, G11, G11A, GP62, GP362, GS11, LR58, R362/12, RW310, RW410, S, S23, S721, S721E, SA721SW, SB-AK, SB-AK/DK, SB-BK, SB-BK/EK, SB-DK, SB-EK, SG11, SP361, SP362, SR58, SR58H, SR58L, SR72C, SR720W, SR721, SR721SW, SR721W, TR721W, V361, V362, V532, W1U, X,

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not to scale.
Common
Name.
Dimensions.
Diameter × Thickness.
Chemical Composition. Nominal Voltage.
battery LR58. 7.9 mm × 2.1 mm

Contacts:
Case and flat base Positive.
Raised area Negative.

Alkaline,

Silver Oxide (Ag2O).

1.5 volts
(20 mAh).

1.55 volts
(24 mAh)
(Ag2O).

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