Maxell 392 SR41W Coin Cell Battery, Pack of 5NOW MERCURY-FREE
Maxell Coin Cell Battery 392 SR41W is most often used as a battery replacement in watches.
Button battery cells can also be used in other electronic devices such as calculators, key less remote entry systems for cars and homes, medical equipment, hand-held electronic devices, and as batteries in cameras, audio books, games, toys, and more.
Has a shelf life of 5+ years.
- Brand / Type: Maxell
- Model: 392 SR41W
- Chemistry: Silver Oxide
- Output Voltage: 1.55V
- Height: 3.6mm
- Weight: 0.0143 oz
- Diameter: 7.9mm
- Capacity: 39 mAh
Equivalent Battery Types:
ANSI WS4, AWI S13, S92, Berec BSR41H, Bulova 247B, 247-B, Citizen 280-11, 280-13, Duracell 10L125, D192, D392, MS312, D384, Energizer 192, AG3, Eveready 392, 392S, S312E, 192, Gold Peak GP92, GP92A, GP192-A, GP192A, IEC SR41, A3, V3GA, Mallory D392, Maxell LR41, SR41, SR41W, TR41W, Neida 1135SO, Omega 9909, Panasonic SP392, SR41SW, SR736, SR736SW, Rayovac 392, RW47, RW27, 47S, RW87, RW49, Renata 13, 392, 2, Seiko SB-B1, SBB1, SB-E1, SBE1, TR41SW, TR41W, TR736W, Timex Type K, Toshiba SR41WK, WG3, Varta 547, V3GA, V392, Vinnic L736, S736S, Other A3, G3, G3A, SG3, 10L125, AG3, 1A3, WL1, Z392, S92, 1A3
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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.