Manufacturer Part NumberHHR-75AAA/BF3
DescriptionBATTERY PACK NIMH 3.6V 700MAH
ManufacturerPanasonic - BSG
HHR-75AAA/BF3 datasheet
MSDS Material Safety Datasheet

Specifications of HHR-75AAA/BF3

Battery TypeNickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)Voltage - Rated3.6V
Capacity700mAhBattery Cell SizeAAA - Button Top
Number Of Cells3Structure1 Row x 3 Cells Side to Side
Termination StyleSolder TabRechargeabilityYes
For Use WithP008 - BATTERY NIMH AAA 700MAH W/BUTTONLead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS compliant by exemption
Other namesP008-F031  
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Nickel Metal Hydride batteries (sometimes referred to as “Dry cell” batteries) are not listed as dangerous goods
under the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), 2011-2012 edition, International Air Transport
Association (IATA) U.S. Department of Transportation. (DOT), 49 CFR. These batteries are not subject to the
dangerous goods regulations provided they meet the requirements contained in the following Special Provisions.
Special Provision A123 in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and ICAO Technical Instructions and Special
Provision 130 in 49 CFR 172.102 of the U.S. hazardous materials regulations require these batteries to be packed
in such a way to prevent short circuits or generating a dangerous quantity of heat. In addition, the IATA Dangerous
Goods Regulations and ICAO Technical Instructions require the words “Not Restricted” and “Special Provision
A123” be provided on the air waybill, when an air waybill is issued. By ocean the International Maritime Organization
(IMO) regulates them as a Class 9 dangerous good under UN 3496 and Special Provision 117 and 963 which
allows a total quantity of less than 100 kg gross mass to be transported as non-regulated.
First Aid
If you get electrolyte in your eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes without rubbing and immediately contact a
physician. If you get electrolyte on your skin wash the area immediately with soap and water. If irritation continues,
contact a physician. If a battery is ingested, call the National Capital Poison Center (NCPC) at 202-625-333
(Collect) or your local poison center immediately
General Recommendations
CAUTION: May explode or leak if short-circuited, inserted improperly, mixed with different battery types or disposed of
in fire. Do not open battery.
Fire Safety
In case of fire, use a smothering agent such as dry sand, dry ground dolomite or soda ash. If you use water, use
enough to smother the fire. Using an insufficient amount of water could possible make the fire worse. Cooling the
exterior of the batteries will help prevent rupturing. Burning of these batteries will generate toxic fumes. Fire fighters
should use self-contained breathing apparatus
Notice: The information and recommendations set forth are made in good faith and are believed to be accurate at
the date of preparation. Panasonic Industrial Company makes no warranty expressed or implied.
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