How Does the AG10 Battery Compare to Other Batteries?


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The AG10 Battery has one of the strongest operating voltage in all of button cell batteries. At 1.5V, it delivers high performance and has a higher operating voltage with extremely stable power supply. It is small in size, as compared to other battery types.

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AG10 is an alkaline battery button cell battery with a nominal voltage of 1.5V, as compared to lithium button cells which are rated nominally 3 volts (on-load) and about 3.6 volts with an open circuit. It also has a high declining voltage and has less leakage resistance compared to silver oxide cells of the same size. Being an alkaline battery, AG10 is a cheaper battery as compared to lithium and silver oxide batteries. Like most alkaline batteries, AG10 is a non-rechargeable battery, so once it is depleted, it is no longer usable. Most rechargeable cells include the AA cells and the AAA cells.

It is commonly used in cameras, calculators, toys, watches and other small electronic gadgets. Other batteries are used to power phones, radio, and torches, according to their shape and size. AG10 Battery is a suitable substitute for the MR54 which is a Mercuric-Oxide cell of the same dimensions. The MR54 cells are no longer manufactured because of their toxicity. In comparison to other button cells, AG10 Battery provides excellent power sources to your devices. It has high energy density and a long life cell battery.

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