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TL-5242/W

TL Series Lithium MBU 3.6 V 2.10 Ah Standard Battery Pack

Mfr. Name: Tadiran Batteries
Standard Pkg:
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Date Code: 2027
Product Specification Section
Technical Attributes
Attributes Table
Chemistry: Lithium Metal
Rated Voltage: 3.6V
Capacity: 2.1Ah
Rechargeable: No
Features & Applications

All lithium (primary and rechargeable) batteries are subject to various transportation regulations. Learn More
 


Tadiran Batteries is a leading manufacturers of lithium thionyl chloride technology and has perfected their craft through 25 years of research, development and manufacturing expertise. Tadiran lithium thionyl chloride cells outperform all competitors boasting life spans of 20 years and up. The battery technology perfected by Tadiran is unique, enabling design engineers to pack more power into less space, combining unparalleled reliability, long life and powerful performance, giving way to their motto “Better by Design”. Tadiran also offers unmatched safety due to their unique "failsafe" construction and are free of heavy metals, making them among the most environmentally friendly of all batteries.

The Standard Battery Packs Series are built for long term high performance which are available with a variety of wire and connector options. These high performance packs are achieved through higher energy densities which can range up to 710 Wh/Kg and 1420 Wh/L, and are the highest capacity by weight and volume compared to any known battery technology. In addition to their high capacity and longevity these batteries can perform under extreme conditions. With a potential operating temperature range of -55°C to 150°C, these are the ideal batteries for harsh climates where battery replacement can be difficult.

Pricing Section
Stock:
24
Minimum Order:
24
Multiple Of:
24
168
Factory Stock:Factory Stock:
0
Factory Lead Time:
N/A
Total
$265.44
USD
Quantity
Web Price
24
$11.06
48
$9.15
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$8.98
96+
$8.85
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