Varta CP300H 6V NiMH Button Rechargeable Battery, 300mAh
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RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Std NiMH PCB Batteries
Varta NiMH Button rechargeable batteries are a sealed, slim designed battery providing you with a long-life cycle. Some batteries have a GCE electrode providing you with a capable overcharge and low self-discharge with flat discharge voltage. You can use the battery in any position plus the batteries cover a wide temperature range. Batteries are supplied fully charged plus have excellent recovery if stored for long periods but, you should always re-charge before using.
Features and Benefits.
Polarised pin terminations (except stock no. 422-387) for PCB mounting
Ideal for a rechargeable power source to maintain voltage rails in standby/memory support applications
Use a resistor/diode constant current charging circuit
Operating temperature range: 0 °C → +65 °C
Real Time Clocks.
Varta NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available.
Stock number 2636033, part 55608602059, size V80H, 2.4 V, 80mAh.
Stock number 422371, part 55615602940, size V150H, 2.4 V, 150 mAh.
Stock number 422387, (no PIN termination), 55602303013, size V15H, 3.6 V, 16 mAh.
Stock number 422393, part 55615603940, size V150H. 3.6V, 150mAh.
Stock number 422400, part 55615604940, size V150H, 4.8 V, 150 mAh.
Stock number 422416, part 55630605800, size CP300H, 6 V, 300 mAh.
Can I mix old and new batteries?
It is recommended to replace all batteries at the same time avoiding mixing old and new batteries. Mixing batteries can affect the optimum performance of devices and may cause leakage.
How to store NiMH Rechargeable Batteries?
Always keep the batteries in their original packaging before use. Avoid keeping the batteries in drawers with metallic objects like paperclips, coins, other batteries or household items such as steel, wool, aluminium foil and keys. If these touch, this can be a potential fire hazard.
How do you dispose of coin / button batteries?
Batteries should not be thrown away with regular rubbish, if they contact other pieces of metal or other batteries it can be dangerous. Take the batteries to a collection site for household hazardous waste. For added safety cover the positive and negative terminals with duct tape or electrical tape before disposing of batteries.
Charging NiMH Batteries.
Customers must be knowledgeable on NiMH rechargeable batteries in charging, discharging, and assembly before use.
Put the batteries in fire-proof container.
Never leave batteries unattended when charging.
Do not put batteries on wood surface or carpet when charging
Always use a battery charger which is rated for NiMH Cells.
Never expose NiMH batteries to extreme temperatures.
Coin / button batteries must be kept out of reach of children. If swallowed contact a doctor immediately.
Where packs of NiMH cells multiple voltage by 1.2V
|Terminal Type||PCB Pin|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20 → +65°C|