5 Panasonic CR2025 3V Lithium Coin Cell Batteries
Super Fresh Long Lasting Batteries
Panasonic is a worldwide leader in small electronics batteries. Panasonic offers a full line of Watch Electronic Specialty Batteries for applications used in precision engineering tools to power a wide variety of small electronic devices.
The Panasonic CR2025 Lithium Coin Cell is a potent and efficient battery designed for use in heart rate monitors, remote starters, alarm systems and much more! The compact cells feature a powerful Lithium Manganese Dioxide chemistry, which not only provides it with the high voltage needed for high performance devices, but with a sizable 165 mAh capacity to keep it running through extensive use. The battery has an extremely low self-discharge rate that gives it a considerable 10 year shelf life, allowing them to be stored around the house or office for future use.
Features & Specifications:
The 2025 battery is used for: Remote Controls, Heart Rate Monitor,Watches, Cameras, Calculators, Car Security Alarm, Keyless Car Remotes, Organizers, Glucometer, Photo Micro Lites, Computer Equipment (memory backup battery) CMOS, Motherboards, Garage Door Controls, Toys, Communication Equipment, PocketStations, AbTronics, Dreamcast VMUs, data pack for video cameras, and other devices that requires this battery size
Equivalent Batteries: CR2025 , DL2025, ECR2025, LM2025, 2025, KCR2025, BR2025, KL2025, L2025, E-CR2025, KECR2025, 208-205, DL20256B, BR2025-1W, CR2025-1W, KCR2025, L12, LM2025, SB-T14, LF1/2V, 5003LC
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