Maxell 346 SR712SW Coin Cell Battery
Primarily used in watches, the Maxell 346 Coin Cell Battery is a potent power source for its size, holding a charge of 10 mAh and providing 1.55 Volts of current. Thanks to the battery's Silver Oxide chemistry, the 346 possesses a particularly high energy density and discharges at a slow and stable rate, giving it increased longevity compared to other alkaline batteries. The 346 also features Maxell's original leak-resistant processing, which suppresses the electrolytes of the battery from unintentionally leaking out, a fairly common tendency of alkaline electrolytes. In addition to powering watches, the 335 can function in a variety of small electronics including certain calculators, film cameras, medical instruments.
Features and Specifications
- Silver Oxide chemistry gives the battery a high-energy density
- Features Maxell's leak-resistant processing to prevent alkaline electrolytes from potentially leaking
- Nominal Voltage: 1.55 Volts
- Nominal Capacity: 10 mAh
- Nominal Discharge Current: 20 µA
- Dimensions: 0.31" (Diameter) x 0.06" (Height)
- Weight: 0.009 oz. (0.25 g)
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So far it’s working as well as I had hoped. Nothing is perfect when trying to transfer gas, but this does a very decent job. You need to make sure to lift the nozzle and hose up at the end of the fuel transfer to allow any residual fuel to run back into the tank or it will dribble out all over. It empties most of a five gallon gas can in a couple minutes without having to lift and hold the can up which is exactly what I wanted.