1)3.6V 80mAh Ni MH Battery
2)No leakage no deformation
4)Long Cycle Life
5)Best factory price
Minimum Order Quantity: 500 Piece/Pieces As samples
Supply Ability: 100000 Piece/Pieces per Day Same
Payment Terms: T/T,Western UnionContact Supplier
Packaging Detail: Industrial packingEX-Factory Standard
Delivery Detail: 5-7 days
This specification applies to the Ni MH Battery
Model : 80H3A2H
2. CELL AND TYPE
2.1 Cell :Ni-MH batteries 3.6V2.2 Type :Button type
2.3 Size type : 3.6V
3.1 Nominal voltage : 3.6V
3.2 Nominal capacity : 80mAh/0.2CmA
3.3 Typical weight : 10.2g
3.4 Standard charge : 8mA×14hours
3.5 Rapid charge : 16mA×6hours
Trickle current : 2.4mA
3.6 Discharge cut-off voltage: 3.0V
3.7 Temperature range for operation (Humidity: Max.85%)
Standard charge 0~+45°C
Rapid charge +10~+45°C
Trickle charge 0~+45°C
3.8 Temperature range for storage (Humidity: Max.85%)
Within 2 years -20~+35°C
Within 6 months -20~+45°C
Within a month -20~+45°C
Within a week -20~+55°C
4. ASSEMBLY & DIMENSIONS
Per attached drawing
5.1 TEST CONDITIONS
The test is carried out with new batteries (within a month after delivery)
Standard charge : 8mA×14hours
Standard discharge : 0.2C to 3.0V
5.2 TEST METHOD & PERFORMANCE
|Up to 3 cycies|
|≥3.8||After 1 hour standard|
|mΩ/cell||≤900||Upon fully charge|
|Over charge||No leakage|
Storage: 28 days;
|Leakage||No leakage nor|
|Fully charge at 8mA,|
Stand 14 days
Note 2 IEC285(1993)4.4.1 cycle life
|1-50||8mA for 14h||16mA for 5h|
50 cycles of test as in the following table condition is repeated, The discharge time of the
100th,200th,400th,500th is more than 5 hours. (Ambient temperature is 20±5°C)
The battery shall not leak during the 14 days which it is submitted to the condition
of a temperature of 33±3°C and a relative humidity of 80±5%
6.1 We recommend you to set the cut-off voltage at 1.0V/cell
6.2 If the cut-off voltage is above 1.1V/cell, the battery may be underutilized resulting
insufficient use of the available capacity
6.3 If it is below 1.0V/cell,the battery may have discharge or reverse charge to the cell
The cells shall be delivered in charged condition. Before testing or using, the cell shall be
discharged at 20±5°C at a constant current of 0.2CmA to a final voltage of 1.0V/cell.
7.1 Avoid throwing cells into a fire or attempting to disassemble them.
7.2 Avoid short circuiting the cells.
7.3 Avoid direct solidarity to cells.
7.4 Observe correct polarity when connecting.
7.5 Do not charge with more than our specified current.
7.6 Use cells only within the specified working temperature range.
7.7 Store cells in dry and cool place.