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All About Silver Button Batteries

All About Silver Button Batteries

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All about silver button batteries.
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 All about silver button batteries.
 
 Not all button batteries contain silver,actually there are three principal types of button batteries:Lithium,Manganase dioxide (MnO2) and Silver oxide (Ag2O) ,used all of themfor watches,hearing aids,digital thermometers,cameras,computers,calculators,keyless car devices,Ipods and so for.Once that they have finished their useful life you can get them inwatch repairing sotres,jeweleries,computer reparing stores and recover all value metals thatthey contain.Since spent batteries are not completely discharged they can short circuit and blow up if you storage them in an inaproppriate way.To avoid this risk put them in a layer over a plastic bag and continue making layers of batteries with plastic bags until you storage all of them.This is the safe way you can storage and transport spent batteries.Lithium batteries are easily recognized because they are very flat,just like a coin,and behind of these batteries are the letters “CR” followed by a serial of numbers,besides,theyhave the legend “LITHIUM 3V”.These batteries do not contain silver,but you can recover the lithium.(See U.S. Patent 549103,U.S. Patent 6120927,U.S. Patent 5888463,U.S. Patent20030180604 and U.S. Patent 20070292746).MnO2 and Ag2O button batteries at first look seem like the same but MnO2 batteries donot contain any silver,so our first task is to recognize Ag2O batteries.The trick is to take alook behind each button cell.All silver oxide batteries have a manufacturer´s name,anumber between 301 to 399 or the letters “SR” and a number between 43SW to1130W,with a little practice you will be an expert.Here is the list of button batteries thatcontain silver:
MANUFACTURER NUMBER CODE
RENATA From 301 to 399EVEREADY From 301 to 399VARTA From V301 to V399DURACELL From D301 to D399ETA From 301 to 399GP BATTERIES From GB301 to GP399PAKKO From 301 to 399SONY From SR43SW to SR1130WPANASONIC From SR43SW to SR1130WSEIZAIKEN From SR43SW to SR1130WSWISEBAUCHERS From SR43SW to SR1130WMAWELL From SR43SW to SR1130WMALAM From SR43SW to SR1130W
 
For best understanding you can consulte the manual standars from manufacturers on their web sites,I will provide you a quick cross reference (from GP Batteries):
Silver Oxide
Button
 
ModelGPVoltage(V)NominalCapacity(mAh)DimensiónReferenciasDiameter (mm)Height(mm)IECJISEVEREADYVARTADURACELLSONY
GP301 1.55 120 11.6 4.2 SR43 SR43 301 V301 D301 SR43SWGP303 1.55 165 11.6 5.6 SR44 SR44 303 V303 D303 SR44SWGP315 1.55 21 7.9 1.65 SR67 SR67 315 - D315 SR716SWGP317 1.55 11.5 5.8 1.65 SR62 SR62 317 V317 D317 SR516SWGP319 1.55 20 5.8 2.7 SR64 SR64 319 - D319 SR527SWGP321 1.55 16 6.8 1.65 SR65 SR65 321 V321 D321 SR616SWGP329 1.55 37 7.9 3.1 - - 329 - D329 SR731SWGP337 1.55 7.5 4.8 1.65 - - 337 - - SR416SWGP348 1.55 12 4.8 2.15 - - - - - SR421SWGP357 1.55 165 11.6 5.4 SR44 SR44 357 V357 D357 SR44WGP362 1.55 24 7.9 2.1 SR58 SR58 362 V362 D362 SR721SWGP364 1.55 23 6.8 2.15 SR60 SR60 364 V364 D364 SR621SWGP366 1.55 33 11.6 1.65 - - 366 - - SR1116SWGP370 1.55 44 9.5 2.1 SR69 SR69 370 V370 D370 SR920WGP371 1.55 44 9.5 2.1 SR69 SR69 371 V371 D371 SR920SWGP373 1.55 26 9.5 1.65 SR68 SR68 373 V373 - SR916SWGPS76E 1.55 130 11.6 5.4 SR44 SR44 - V76PX MS76 SR44WGP377 1.55 25 6.8 2.6 SR66 SR66 377 V377 D377 SR626SWGP379 1.55 14 5.8 2.15 SR63 SR63 379 V379 D379 SR521SWGP381 1.55 40 11.6 2.1 SR55 SR55 381 V381 - SR1120SWGP384 1.55 42 7.9 3.6 SR41 SR41 384 V384 D384 SR41SWGP386 1.55 120 11.6 4.2 SR43 SR43 386 V386 D386 SR43WGP389 1.55 70 11.6 3.1 SR54 SR54 389 V389 D389 SR1130W
 
GP390 1.55 70 11.6 3.1 SR54 SR54 390 V390 D390 SR1130SWGP391 1.55 40 11.6 2.1 SR55 SR55 391 V391 D391 SR1120WGP392 1.55 42 7.9 3.6 SR41 SR41 392 V392 D392 SR41WGP393 1.55 70 7.9 5.4 SR48 SR48 393 V393 D393 SR48WGP394 1.55 60 9.5 3.6 - - 394 V394 D394 SR936SWGP395 1.55 55 9.5 2.7 SR57 SR57 395 V395 D395 SR927SWGP396 1.55 30 7.9 2.65 SR59 SR59 396 V396 D396 SR726WGP397 1.55 30 7.9 2.65 SR59 SR59 397 V397 D397 SR726SWGP399 1.55 55 9.5 2.7 SR57 SR57 399 V399 D399 SR927W
High Voltage
Material Safety Data SheetModelo GPVoltaje(V)CapacidadNominal(mAh)DimensiónReferenciasDiámetro(mm)Altura(mm)IECJISEVEREADYVARTADURACELL
GP476 6.0 165 13.0 25.2 4SR44 4SR44 - V28PX PX28
As a rule of thumb,biggest batteries are MnO2,smallest batteries are Ag2OIf the manufacturer is not in this list probably the battery is MnO2 type,besides these batteries have the letters “LR”,or say “ALKALINE BATTERY” and a number between 301to 399.Usually MnO2 batteries do not have manufacturer´s name and are made in China..Remember.your health is first,use gloves,mask and the procedures to handle corrosive/toxicsubstances.If you are in doubt,take the battery,make six cuts on the edge each 60 grades as showed:

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