The Maxell 397 SR726SW is a coin cell battery composed of silver oxide. Silver oxide button cells are known for their stable output voltage, low self-discharge, and ability to operate with high current demand and the Maxell 397 is no exception.
These characteristics make the Maxell 397 ideal for use in watches, lasers, heart-rate monitors, digital thermometers, calculators, and small electronic toys.
Additionally, the Maxell 397 has a shelf life of 5 years and is able to operate in varying temperatures making it the perfect battery for any time or climate.
- Brand / Type: Maxell
- Model: 397 SR726SW
- Chemistry: Silver Oxide
- Output Voltage: 1.55V
- Height: 2.6mm
- Weight: 0.0125lbs
- Diameter: 7.9mm
- Capacity: 33 mAh
- 5 Pack
Equivalent Battery Types:
Beltone BS26, Bulova 607, Citizen 280-28, Duracell 10L102, D397, D396, Energizer BSR59L, B-SR59L, Eveready 397, Gold Peak GP97, I.E.C. SR59, JIS GS2, Maxell SR726W, NEDA 1164SO, Panasonic SP397, SR726SW, Rayovac 397-1W, RW311, Renata 26, 536, Seiko SB-BL, SBAL, SBDE, SB-DL, SBDL, SR726, Timex Type N, Toshiba TR726SW, Varta V397, Other S30, BS26, SP397, SG2, 8033, W2U
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