BATTERY NICAD SC SIZE R TYPE

P-130SCR/A34

Manufacturer Part NumberP-130SCR/A34
DescriptionBATTERY NICAD SC SIZE R TYPE
ManufacturerPanasonic - BSG
P-130SCR/A34 datasheet
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Specifications of P-130SCR/A34

Battery Cell SizeSC - Flat TopVoltage - Rated1.2V
Capacity1300mAhRechargeabilityYes
Termination StyleFlat Top (Non-Extending)Internal Resistance*
Standard Charge Time*Standard Charge Current*
Weight1.66 oz (47.06g)Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS compliant by exemption
Size / Dimension-Other namesP-130SCR
P-130SCR/FT
P159
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Nickel Cadmium Batteries
Technical Handbook ‘02/‘03
PDF File Technical Handbook
Copyright 2002 Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights Reserved. No part of this technical
handbook pdf file may be changed, altered, reproduced in any form or by any means without the
prior written permission of Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.
NOTICE TO READERS
It is the responsibility of each user to ensure that each battery application system is adequately
designed safe and compatible with all conditions encountered during use, and in conformance
with existing standards and requirements. Any circuits contained herein are illustrative only
and each user must ensure that each circuit is safe and otherwise completely appropriate for
the desired application.
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Battery Industrial Co., Ltd., Panasonic Sales Companies and Panasonic Agencies.

P-130SCR/A34 Summary of contents

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    ... Technical Handbook ‘02/‘03 PDF File Technical Handbook Copyright 2002 Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights Reserved. No part of this technical handbook pdf file may be changed, altered, reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. NOTICE TO READERS ...

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    ... NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERIES: TABLE OF CONTENTS Nickel Cadmium Batteries: Table of Contents Precautions for Designing Devices with Ni-Cd Batteries .............. 2 Rechargeable Ni-Cd Batteries ........................................................... 6 • • • • Charge Methods for Ni-Cd Batteries .............................................. 10 Summary Specification Tables .........................................................24 Standard “N” Type ............................................................................26 High Capacity “S” Type ....................................................................28 Rapid Charge “ ...

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    ... PRECAUTIONS FOR DESIGNING DEVICES WITH NI-CD BATTERIES In order to take full advantage of the properties of Ni- Cd batteries and also to prevent problems due to improper use, please note the following points during the use and design of battery operated products. Underlined sections indicate information that is especially important 1 ...

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    ... To connect a battery to a product, spot-weld a tab made of nickel or nickel-plated steel to the battery’s terminal strip, then solder a lead wire to the tab. ...

  • Page 5

    ... Use of batteries for other purposes • Do not use a battery in an appliance or purpose for which it was not intended. Differences in specifications can damage the battery or appli- ance. NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 4 ...

  • Page 6

    ... Batteries should always be charged prior to use. Be sure to charge correctly. 8. Final Point to Bear in Mind • In order to ensure safe battery use and to prolong the battery performance, please consult Panasonic regarding charge and discharge conditions for use and product design prior to the release of a battery-operated product. ...

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    ... In particular, reflecting the needs of the ...

  • Page 8

    ... The positive and negative elec- trode plates, isolated from each other by the separa- tor, are rolled in a spiral shape inside the case and sealed by the sealing plate by means of an insulation gasket. In battery types which are designed for high- current discharge, such as the “ ...

  • Page 9

    ... Panasonic’s “P” type which are specifically designed to meet the need for high-current discharge, such as for power tools, and there are also models such as our new High Capacity and Rapid Charge type which are designed to meet the need for high capacity, such as for high-tech devices ...

  • Page 10

    ... It), cut-off voltage 1.0V Temperature : 20˚ Number of Cycles 5. Safety If pressure inside the battery rises as a result of im- proper use, such as overcharge, short-circuit, or re- verse charge, a resetable safety valve will function to release the pressure, thus preventing bursting of the battery. 400 500 ...

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    ... The battery is repeatedly charged and discharged. This is the most common method for using Ni-Cd batteries. (1) Methods of Charge for Ni-Cd Battery The methods of charge for Ni-Cd batteries can be classified as follows according to the purpose of use and the charge time. Charge Time Cycle Use hours *See Note ...

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    ... CHARGE METHODS FOR NI-CD BATTERIES - CONTINUED (2) General Comparison of the Various Charge Systems Ich Ich : 15( ⊗ " " " " Ο " " Ο " " " " " " ⊗: Most recommended Ο: Acceptable NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ...

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    ... CHARGE METHODS FOR NI-CD BATTERIES - CONTINUED (2) General Comparison of the Various Charge Systems - Continued Ich Ich : " " " " " " " " " " " " NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE Ich Ich 0 1(h) 1( Ich Ich 0 1( FEBRUARY 2002 ...

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    ... If a large number of battery cells are used batteries having a high nominal capacity are used the heat dissipation of the battery pack is poor, the batteries may generate heat even when charged at 0.1 CmA. In such cases necessary to re-design the construction for better heat dissipation or to lower the charge current. ...

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    ... Timer-controlled Charge System (1) Mechanism At the start of charge timer is started (counts up), and charge is continued at a current of 0.2 CmA for a specified time until the timer stops. After the timer stops, trickle charge continues at 0.05 CmA ...

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    ... Features The most common control method for rapid • charge. The most recommended and widely used • method for the rapid charge of Ni-Cd batteries for use in high-tech devices (for example, portable VCR, notebook PC, digital cordless and cellular phones, etc.). (3) General Specifications N ...

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    ... CmA for 15 hours tery). 7 Initial charge current of 7 approx. 0.2 CmA Rapid-charge total timer (counts up to time corresonding to 150% of the nominal capacity). Temperature range for rapid charge 10 to 40˚C 9 (Temperature detected by a thermistor.) Thermal Protector FEBRUARY 2002 t + ...

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    ... Fig. 8 Battery Pack Circuit for Low-temperature or High- temperature Charge Trickle Charge System There are generally two types of uses for trickle charge standby power supply for devices such as emergency lights, and for additional charge following rapid charge. When used as a standby power supply, the appropriate charge current varies according to the frequency of discharge ...

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    ... While the AC power is being supplied, the battery is disconnected from the load and is charged by a very small current which only replenishes the self-dis- charge of the battery. Only in the event of an interrup- tion in the AC power supply does power flow from the battery to the load. ...

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    ... Fig. 13 Circuit Block Diagram of the V-taper Controlled rapid charge current is supplied as a tapered current, decreased at a predetermined rate over a predeter- mined length of time, and then switched to trickle current. Supplying the decreasing taper current makes it possible to achieve a higher charge level than with the voltage-controlled charge system ...

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    ... Ni-Cd batteries. (3) General Specifications Because this system is currently used only as a rapid charge method for Sealed Lead Acid batteries, the specifications are not included here. (4) Precautions This charge method is basically the same as the voltage-controlled charge system, and it is not appro- priate for charge Ni-Cd batteries ...

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    ... Therefore, if the incorrect type of charge system is used, it will be impossible to match the charger to the batteries, thus leading to problems. The following is a summary of the basic charge methods for the two types of batteries ...

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    ... Ni-Cd batteries for use in those devices. One of the most important points in order to take NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 22 maximum advantage of the characteristics of Ni-Cd batteries is the charge method. The following is a list of some typical examples of devices and of the most commonly used charge methods -∆ -∆ ...

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    ... Other rapid charge control system • Trickle current Summary of the rapid charge system operation ate, not only will the batteries not display their full perfor- mance potential, but the cycle life could be shortened, and in extreme cases, electrolyte leakage could cause damage to the device in which the batteries are used ...

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    ... In order to maximize battery safety, please consult Panasonic when determining charge / discharge specs, warning label contents and unit design. Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • ...

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    ... In order to maximize battery safety, please consult Panasonic when determining charge / discharge specs, warning label contents and unit design. Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • ...

  • Page 27

    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... Discharge Time (Minutes) Temperature Characteristics 1.5 Battery Charge 1.4 Discharge 1.3 1.2 1.1 -20˚C 1 Capacity Ratio to Rated Capacity (%) Self-discharge Characteristics 100 50 Capacity Test Condition Battery Charge Discharge 45˚C Temperature: 20˚ Storage Time (months) NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 27 Cordless phones, and wireless equipment • ...

  • Page 29

    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... Discharge Temperature: 20˚C 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.8 P-120AS (SM60) 0 300 600 900 Capacity (mAh) NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 29 Typical Cycle Characteristics of the SM80 Series 2000 : 17.0 X 43.0mm 1800 : 1CmA X 1.5h : 1CmA 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 1200 ...

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    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared ...

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    ... This makes it is possible to charge “R” type batteries in approximately 1 hour, with the battery displaying virtually 100% of its capacity. Excellent Temperature Characteristics • ...

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    ... C * 0.2C discharge capacity after charging at 0.1C for 16 hours. ** For reference only. Battery performance and cycle life are strongly affected by how they are used. In order to maximize battery safety, please consult Panasonic when determining charge / discharge specs, warning label contents and unit design. ...

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    ... Reliable, Long Cycle Life • • • • • With conditions of charge at 1 CmA and discharge at 10 CmA, High rate discharge & rapid charge “P” type batteries provide hundreds of charge / discharge cycles, displaying reliable cycle life characteristics regarding both voltage characteristics and length of use ...

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    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... TRICKLE CHARGE “H” AND “K” TYPE - CONTINUED Features Excellent high temperature, trickle charge perfor- mance For emergency lighting batteries, the continu- ous discharge time at a discharge current of 1 CmA until a final discharge voltage of 1 specified as 37 minutes or longer in an ambient temperature ° ° range of 5 ...

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    ... Because high temperature trickle charge “H” type batteries rarely discharge except in the event of an interruption in the power supply, the service life is represented as usage time rather than the number of charge/discharge cycles. The service life during 100 ...

  • Page 38

    ... BATTERY SELECTION The steps for selecting the type of battery for use as the power supply of a device are shown below. Study of the Proposed Required • • • • • Specifications Verify the battery specifications required for the power supply of the device and use those conditions as the standards for battery selection ...

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    ... BATTERY SELECTION - CONTINUED Battery Selection Charts 1. Fig.1 shows the data for Standard “N” type, Rapid charge “R” type, High capacity “S” type, and High rate discharge & rapid charge “P” type batteries, and Fig. 2 shows the data for High temperature trickle charge “ ...

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    ... BATTERY SELECTION - CONTINUED For use under high temperature conditions, High temperature trickle charge “H” type batteries are recommended. Fig. 2 (The Data for the Standard “N” Type is Also Shown for Comparison 800 600 400 200 mA 100 NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 39 ...

  • Page 41

    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

  • Page 42

    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 41 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 42 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 43 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 44 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 45 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

  • Page 47

    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 46 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

  • Page 48

    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 47 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 48 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 49 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

  • Page 52

    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 53 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 54 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... Note: [It] was previously expressed as [C]. [It IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours. ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 56 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 57 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 58 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 59 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 60 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 61 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 62 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 63 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 64 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 65 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 66 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 67 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 68 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared 1.8 Charge: 440mA(0.1It)x 15hrs. 1.7 1 ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 70 Typical Charge Characteristics ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 71 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 72 Typical Charge Characteristics (mm) ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared 1.8 Charge: 40mA(0.033It)x 48hrs. 1.7 1 ...

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    ... Discharge: 1200mA(1It), Cut-off voltage 1.1V ˚ Temperature ( C) 1.7 Charge: 40mA(0.033It)x 48hrs., 20˚C. 1.6 Discharge: 1200mA(1It). 1.5 1.4 1.3 45˚C 1.2 20˚C 1.1 5˚C 1.0 0.9 0 Discharge Time (minutes the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared FEBRUARY 2002 0˚C 20˚C 45˚ ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared 1.8 Charge: 75mA(0.033It)x 48hrs. 1.7 1 ...

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    ... Discharge: 4000mA(1It), Cut-off voltage 1.1V ˚ Temperature ( C) 1.7 Charge: 133mA(0.033It)x 48hrs., 20˚C. 1.6 Discharge: 4000mA(1It). 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 20˚C 1.1 0˚C 45˚C 1.0 0.9 0 Discharge Time (minutes the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared FEBRUARY 2002 0˚C 20˚C 45˚ ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared 1.8 Charge : 40mA(0.033It)x 48hrs. 1.7 1 ...

  • Page 79

    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared FEBRUARY 2002 0˚C 20˚C 45˚C ...

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    ... It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared 1.8 Charge: 133mA(0.033It)x 48hrs. 1.7 1 ...

  • Page 81

    ... The following are the standard pack configurations for Ni-Cd batteries. Refer to these configurations when designing the battery pack. F Type The required number of single cells are lined up in the radial direction of the cells and connected by nickel plates, and covered with an external heat-shrink tube. Composite F Type Single cells are connected rows, and then packed in a heat-shrink tube ...

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    ... Parts for Battery Packs (1) Terminal Plates Because the lead wires are soldered to the terminal plates, the terminal plates must be made of a mate- rial that has good solderability, that can be securely Recommended Terminal Plate Dimensions (Material: Nickel ...

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    ... Upon request, Panasonic can provide the necessary components for protecting both the battery pack and the device in which it is used. NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 82 positive side and black for the negative side are the standard colors ...

  • Page 84

    ... IATA is Special Provision A123 which states: “An electrical battery or battery powered device having the potential of dangerous evolutions of heat that is not prepared prevent a short-circuit (e.g. in the case of batteries, by the effective insulation of exposed terminals the case of equipment, by disconnection of the battery and protection of exposed terminals) is forbidden from transportation.” ...

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    ... IEC standard expression for the amount of charge or discharge current and is expressed as: It( (Ah)/1h. • [It] is the reference test current in ampres • [Cn] is the rated capacity of the cell or battery in Ampere-hours the time base [hours] for which the rated capacity is declared FEBRUARY 2002 ...

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    ... Measured in units of ampere-hours (Ah).Note that CN is used as a symbol to express the rated capacity at a rate of N hours. NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 85 • • • • • ...

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    ... MEMO NICKEL CADMIUM HANDBOOK, PAGE 86 FEBRUARY 2002 ...