Highfields Amateur Radio Club
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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-D30, 30, 31, 36, 170, 280-31, 280-51, 370, 370-1, 371, 371-1, 371L, 537, 605, 620, 920, 1171SO, 1188SO, 28031, 28051, 28061, 2300203, AG6, B370H, B371L, CX69, CX921, D1L, D1T, D370, D370/371, D370/371B, D371, D371B, E370, E371, E371C, G6A, GP71, GP370, GP371, GS6, L921, LR69,LR920, LR921, R370, R371, RW315, RW415, S18, S21, SB-AN, SB-AW, SB-BN, SG6, SP370, SP371, SP372, SR69, SR920, SR920SW, SR920W, SR921, TR920SW, TR920W, V37, V370, V371, V537, Z,

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Common
Name.
Dimensions.
Diameter × Thickness.
Chemical Composition. Nominal Voltage.
battery LR69. 9.5 mm × 2.1 mm

Contacts:
Case and flat side Positive.
Slightly raised area Negative.

Alkaline,

Silver Oxide (Ag2O).

1.5 volts
(23 mAh).

1.55 volts
(38 mAh)
(Ag2O).

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