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The new rechargeable LMR 2016 batteries deliver 3V nominal voltage and a 500cycle lifetime and are UL certified to Lithium Batteries Image courtesy of Renata

The new, rechargeable LMR 2016 batteries deliver 3V nominal voltage and a 500-cycle lifetime, and are UL certified to Lithium Batteries. (Image courtesy of Renata).

3V Lithium Coin Cell Battery for Wearables and Handheld Medical Devices

Renata Batteries has developed its first rechargeable coin cell battery, expanding its portfolio of primary coin cell batteries to include its more recent innovations in rechargeable lithium battery chemistries. Featuring long cell life and a low self-discharge rate (<1% per year at 23°C), Renata's new 3V LMR 2016 rechargeable lithium manganese dioxide batteries are packaged in compact (20mm diameter x 1.6mm), lightweight (~1.2g), non-magnetic coin cells ideal for use in portable medical devices and wearable electronics.

The new, rechargeable LMR 2016 batteries deliver 3V nominal voltage and a 500-cycle lifetime, and are UL certified to Lithium Batteries. Component standards (BBCV2.MH14002). Rated for 30mAh capacity and operating temperatures spanning -20°C to +60°C, the batteries can be shipped in bulk or card unit blister packaging, and can also feature custom tabbed solutions upon request. Freshly delivered batteries have a 90% (27mAh) state of charge

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