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LiFePO4 Rechargeable 14505 Cell: 3.2V 600 mAh, 0.6A Rate, 2.22Wh (Button Top, Standard AA size) (0.18)-- UN38.3 Passed (NDGR)

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Features  

Nominal Voltage   Average 3.2 - 3.3 V
Nominal Capacity                  600mAh ( at 0.2C rate, 3.8V cut-off)
Energy Density 96.96 wh/kg
Terminals
  • Option 1: Battery without tabs
  • Option 2: Battery with tabs
  • Option 3:  Battery with 4.0" long 22AWG with shrink wrap
  • Option 4: Customized tab
Max.Charging current 0.6A Max
Max.Discharging current 0.6A max.
Operation Temperature
  • Charging: 0 oC (32F) - 45 oC (113F)
  •  Discharging: - 20 oC (-4F) - 60 oC (140F)
Cycle Performance
  • >2000 (80% of initial capacity at 0.2C rate, IEC Standard) 
    • 2 times more than NiMH and 10 time more than SLA
Dimensions (DxH) (max with tab) 14.0 mm (0.55") (Max 14.1) x 50.3 mm  (1.98")(Max 50.8)
Weight 0.7 oz (19.8 grams)

Please download the Specification here

Applications

  • 3.2VDC Device with 0.6A Max drain
  • Solar light 
  • Emergency Light

Warnings

  • Li-Fe-PO4 battery must be cut-off at 3.8V/cell condition when charging
  • You must limit discharging rate below Max rate
  • Please do NOT use NiMH/NiCD smart charger for charge the cell

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Product Reviews

(8 Ratings, 7 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Quality product
R. Ilstrup (Lakeside, CA ) 7/22/2014 1:51 PM
I had been looking all over for these batteries and you made it very easy to find exactly what I needed. Thanks
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good battery.
Marcia Price (SUN CITY, AZ) 12/5/2013 4:22 PM
Again, thank you for carrying the 600mah 3.2V batteries. These batteries are for my customer to replace 300mah batteries that are now being installed in Solar Lights by the manufacturer. The 300mah are worthless, so at my expense I keep replacing the batteries for my customers. Thank you again, Marcia Price
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nice choice and price
Marcia Price (Sun City, AZ ) 10/31/2013 1:53 PM
Seems to be the only place in town that has the 600mah 3.2V AA for solar lights. Hope you keep stocking them since my distributor does not anymore
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Great Little Battery
Tom Fell (Black Mountain, NC) 4/18/2013 3:23 PM
I bought several of these to replace the 2 AA batteries in my digital camera. I was tired of having to replace the lithium batteries so often and thought I'd give these a try. I needed a dummy AA to replace one of the regular AA but that was the only issue. These little batteries are work horses. My camera works great and I can recharge them as needed. No more buying AA lithium for the camera...yeah! These would also work well in solar landscape lights that take 2 AA batteries (using a dummy for one battery).
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Very clear site with accurate descriptions
kbarry64 (Danvers, MA ) 6/28/2012 3:06 PM
Very clear site with accurate descriptions. I was able to find my item quickly. Checkout was easy.
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We already set up our own UN38.3 testing lab. We can provide UN38.3 test service to our customer now.

If you want to set up your own lab, we also provide UN38.3 & IEC62133 equipments and onsite training. Email us for the quote and lead time.
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