Tadiran TL-4903/T 3.6V AA 2.4 Ah Lithium Battery w/ Tabs (ER14505)

SKU:20148

Tadiran

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SKU:
20148
UPC:
628848201481
Minimum Purchase:
2 units
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Size:
AA
Chemistry:
Lithium Thionyl Chloride
Voltage:
3.6 Volt
Terminal:
Tabs
Rechargeable:
No
ecotax_id:
18
ecotax_qty:
1
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Product Specifications

Specifications

  • Voltage: 3.6 Volt
  • Capacity: 2.4 Ah
  • Size: AA
  • Chemistry: Lithium Thionyl Chloride (Li-SOCI2)
  • Brand: Tadiran
  • Termination Style: Spot welded tabs on each end.
  • Shelf Life: 10+ Years
  • Maximum Recomended Continuous Current: 60 mA
  • Maximum Pulse Current Capability: 120 mA
  • Diameter (max): 14.5 mm (0.57 in)
  • Height (max): 50.5 mm (1.99 in)
  • Typical Weight: 18g (0.64 oz)

Features

  • High operating voltage, stable during most of the application lifetime
  • Some of the highest nominal capacities on the market today
  • Excellent reliability over extended operating life
  • Operating Temperature Range: -60°C/+85°C (-76°F/+185°F)
  • Low self-discharge rate (less than 1% after 1 year of storage at + 20°C)
  • Excellent resistance to humid environments
  • Low magnetic signature
  • Non-flammable (and non-pressurized at ambient temperature) inorganic (but corrosive) electrolyte
  • Less than 1% capacity loss during storage at ambient temperature before use

Compatible With

  • Tadiran TL-2100
  • Tadiran TL-5903
  • Tadiran TL-5104
  • Saft LS-14500
  • Saft LS-14500C
  • Saft LS33600
  • Sonnenschein SL-360/S
  • Sonnenschein SL-760/S
  • Maxell ER6S-TC
  • Minamoto ER14505
  • Xeno XL-060F
  • ER6
  • XL-060F
  • SB-AA11
  • PT-2100

Warning

  • This battery is not rechargeable. Do not try to recharge.
  • The storage area should be clean, cool (not exceeding +30 Deg C ), dry and ventilated.
  • Don't use different models of battery in series.
  • Soldering the tab should be finished in few seconds.
  • Do not use if the battery casing was mangled

 

Tadiran TL-4903/T 3.6V AA 2.4 Ah Lithium Battery w/ Tabs (ER14505)

Battery technology has come a long way in recent years, with lithium batteries becoming increasingly popular due to their high energy density and long lifespan. However, when it comes to replacing older batteries, there may be compatibility issues that can arise. This is where battery adapters come in, allowing for the use of different battery sizes and chemistries with the same device.


One such adapter is the Tadiran TL-4903/T, a 3.6V AA lithium thionyl chloride battery with spot welded tabs on each end. This battery is commonly used in industrial applications such as remote sensors, wireless communication devices, and security systems. With a maximum recommended continuous current of 60mA and a capacity of 2.4Ah, it is a reliable and long-lasting power source for these types of devices.


The Tadiran TL-4903/T adapter is compatible with a wide range of other batteries, including the Tadiran TL-2100, TL-5903, and TL-5104, as well as Saft LS-14500, LS-14500C, LS33600, Sonnenschein SL-360/S, SL-760/S, Maxell ER6S-TC, Minamoto ER14505, Xeno XL-060F, ER6, XL-060F, SB-AA11, and PT-2100. This makes it a versatile and useful tool for those looking to extend the lifespan of their devices by using alternative battery chemistries or sizes.


One advantage of using battery adapters is that it can help to reduce waste by extending the life of older devices. Instead of having to replace an entire device when the original battery is no longer available, a battery adapter can be used to allow for the use of a different battery chemistry or size. This can be particularly useful in industrial settings where replacing entire systems can be costly and time-consuming.


Another advantage of using battery adapters is that it allows for more flexibility in the choice of battery chemistry. For example, lithium thionyl chloride batteries are known for their high energy density and long lifespan, but they may not be readily available or compatible with all devices. By using a battery adapter, other battery chemistries such as alkaline or nickel-metal hydride can be used instead, depending on the specific needs of the device.


When using battery adapters, it is important to ensure that the maximum recommended continuous current and pulse current capability of the adapter is not exceeded. Using batteries with higher currents can result in damage to the device or adapter, and can be a safety hazard. Additionally, it is important to ensure that the voltage and polarity of the battery and adapter match, as using the wrong voltage or polarity can also result in damage to the device.


In summary, battery adapters such as the Tadiran TL-4903/T can be a useful tool for extending the life of older devices and allowing for more flexibility in the choice of battery chemistry. By allowing the use of different battery sizes and chemistries, battery adapters can help to reduce waste and save money in industrial and other settings. However, it is important to use the adapter within its recommended limits and to ensure that the voltage, polarity, and current capabilities are compatible with the device being used.