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2VEW1 85175 UNSPSC # 26111711

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CR123A Battery, 3V DC, Lithium, Button, 1,400 mAh, PK 2

  • Item # 2VEW1
  • Mfr. Model # 85175
  • UNSPSC # 26111711
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

123 or CR123 batteries are the most common size of specialty battery. They're often used in flashlights, digital cameras, and other small electronic devices. They have a nominal diameter of 17 mm.

Disposable specialty batteries provide increased capacity to handle spikes in power demand. They're used in high-drain devices such as digital cameras, Wi-Fi-enabled equipment, tactical flashlights, occupancy sensors, defibrillators, microphones, and faucet sensors. These batteries are typically cylindrical and look similar to standard disposable batteries while providing more power for demanding applications. They can be discarded when their charge runs out.

Technical Specs

  • Battery Size CR123A
  • Battery Chemistry Lithium
  • Voltage - Batteries 3V DC
  • Standard Battery Pack Size 2
  • Capacity - Batteries 1,400 mAh
  • Battery Cross-Reference 5018LC, CR123, CR123A, CR17345, DL123A, EL123AP, RL123A
  • Application Flashlight
  • Terminal Type - Batteries Button
  • Diameter 0.64 in
  • Height 1.35 in
  • Max. Operating Temp. 140 Degrees F
  • Min. Operating Temp. -40 Degrees F
  • Item Battery
  • Overall Height 1.39 in
  • Shelf Life 10 yr

123 or CR123 batteries are the most common size of specialty battery. They're often used in flashlights, digital cameras, and other small electronic devices. They have a nominal diameter of 17 mm.

Disposable specialty batteries provide increased capacity to handle spikes in power demand. They're used in high-drain devices such as digital cameras, Wi-Fi-enabled equipment, tactical flashlights, occupancy sensors, defibrillators, microphones, and faucet sensors. These batteries are typically cylindrical and look similar to standard disposable batteries while providing more power for demanding applications. They can be discarded when their charge runs out.

Compliance and Restrictions

  • Hazardous Material - General
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