LR41 batteries are compatible with watches, small toys, calculators, laser pointers and small LED lights. These batteries are suitable for devices that require a thin and small source of power.
The LR41 battery is a non-rechargeable, alkaline battery that is shaped like a button, with a diameter of 7.9 millimeters and thickness of 3.6 millimeters. It has a nominal voltage of 1.5 volts and can discharge around 45 milliamp-hours of current. The battery discharges current until it reaches a point at which it can generate power of not more than 0.9 volts.
These specifications make the battery compatible with small devices that require less power such as light crochet hooks, nano and pen flashlights, music boxes, and LED lights that are present in incense burners and magnifying glasses. Some electronic toys that require the LR41 battery are toys for cats, toys from Jeff Dunham, and toy birds that move and chirp. The LR41 battery is also compatible with Columbia pliers and magnifiers with a source of illumination.
In all these devices, the life of the LR41 battery depends on how the device is used. The battery constantly discharges 0.083 milliamperes of current at a voltage of 1.25 volts. With this, the battery can last a maximum of 542 hours, at the end of which its power discharge decreases to 0.9 volts.