Lithium CR-V3 battery is a 3V non-rechargeable battery, often used in photo equipment and other devices that require the battery being able to provide plenty of power in short bursts.
Also, thank to its shape, the CR-V3 battery cannot be inserted the wrong way, helping the user replace the battery even in low light conditions safely.
1/2 AA and 14250 batteries are small, cylindrical batteries commonly used in some flashlights, medical instruments, security devices, dog collars, movement monitors, and other applications where relatively small, but reliable battery is required.
1/2 AA and 14250 batteries come in several chemistries, each differing in the nominal voltage, capacity, and few other important details.
Unit prefixes are an excellent way of writing things shorter, but still keeping the results as accurate as possible.
However, some prefixes, no matter how simple they look, can be confusing and lead to mistakes. Here is the list of the SI prefixes commonly used not only in electronics but in every walk of life...
A27 battery is standard, non-rechargeable, cylindrical battery, featuring a nominal voltage of 12 volts and is commonly used in remote controls, telecommunication devices, security systems, and similar.
A27 battery is its most common name, but this battery is also known as 27A, A27BP, 8LR732, G27A, GP27A, L828, MN27, etc. battery.
SR416SW or 337 battery is popular, low-drain wristwatch battery used for powering other small devices, too, that requires a compact, but stable power source.
Other common labels are SR416, LR416, SR416S, and similar. Note: LR416 features alkaline chemistry and is rarely used for quartz watches and other small devices.
Lithium 2CR5 battery is a very popular 6V non-rechargeable lithium battery commonly used not only in cameras and other photo equipment, but also in some flashlights, security systems, toys, and similar.
2CR5 battery features other common labels like 5032LC, EL2CR5, DL245, 6203, KL2CR5, etc., but in order to avoid confusion, they are always labeled as 2CR5 batteries (according to the IEC standard) and sometimes with 5032LC (according to the ANSI standard).
Motorcycle and Powersports batteries are designed as starting/cranking lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries and are rarely used as deep discharge/deep cycle batteries.
Motorcycle and Powersports batteries come in numerous sizes, capacities, CCA/MCA values, terminal posts types and orientation and similar. When buying a new battery for your vehicle, be sure to get a battery that may fit your battery compartment, that can be regularly charged using onboard battery charger (alternator, for example) and that the battery is strong enough to easily crank your vehicle's engine, even during low temperatures.
BCI Group 24 batteries are very popular automotive, industry and marine batteries, commonly used as starting, deep cycle and general purpose batteries.
While they feature standard dimensions, these batteries differ internally significantly, offering the users different characteristics regarding nominal capacity, starting features, number of cycles and similar.
CR-P2 battery is rather popular camera battery with terminals on one end and with the battery dimensions of (H x L x W) of 36 x 35 x 19.5 mm.
CR-P2 battery design ensures that it can be inserted in the battery compartment in only one way, preventing accidental damage of the equipment powered by this battery.
BCI battery groups are standardized battery sizes, allowing the users to find more easily the proper battery replacements.
Knowing exact BCI battery group of the old battery helps finding the new battery replacement, although knowing just the BCI group size is often not enough. Many manufacturers label their batteries as 'the best fit', making them sometimes slightly larger than 'standard size'. If the battery compartment is tight fit to the standard battery size, such 'slightly larger' battery may not fit ...
CR123A battery is very popular lithium cylindrical battery commonly used in high drain and standby devices like photo cameras, flashlights, toys and similar.
Non-rechargeable CR123A lithium ion battery offers great capacity, high-drain currents and rather long shelf-life, while rechargeable CR123A or commonly labeled as RCR123A offers large number of charging/discharging cycles combined with moderate capacity, while drain currents depend on the battery design.
CR2032, BR2032 and LiR2032 are very popular button/coin cell batteries commonly used in toys, computers, calculators, medical equipment, remote controls, car keys, watches etc.
Main difference between CR2032, BR2032 and LiR2032 batteries is their chemistry and hence their features like nominal voltage, nominal capacity, discharge currents, operating temperature range etc.
Of these chemistries, most popular by far is lithium non-rechargeable CR2032 battery featuring long shelf life, wide temperature range, constant output voltage etc.
4SR44/4LR44 batteries are standard size, small cylindrical batteries, often used in dog collars, photo cameras, toys, laser pointers, pocket LED flashlights, calculators, medical equipment and similar.
These batteries are rather common batteries and most battery manufacturers produce them with various labels, leading to certain confusion, like 4SR44, 4LR44, PX28A, A544, K28A, K28L, V34PX, 28A, 476A, 4A76, 2CR1/3N, 2CR11108 etc.
CR11108, CR1/3N, CR-1/3N, DL1/3N, 2L76 etc. lithium non-rechargeable 3V cylindrical cell batteries often used in various applications like dog collars, small flashlights, laser pens, gun sights, cameras, blood glucose meters, thermometers etc.
CR11108 lithium batteries feature 1/3 height of the N size batteries and is double in height when compared with LR44/SR44/AG13/A76. Thus, it is often labeled as CR1/3N, CR-1/3N, DL1/3N, 2L76 etc.