Highfields Amateur Radio Club
Glossary Appendix.
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Battery Details.

Do not confuse with the A76, L1154, KA button cell.
Do not confuse with the "N" button cell.

Do not try to stack 3 × "1/3N" cells to equal an "N" size battery (as the name suggests), the stack would be 9 volts and an "N" type battery is only 1.5 volts!

Equivalents:

23-023, 114, 117M, 208-904, 357A, 810, 810-2, 910A, 910M, 4001, 5500, A76, AM5, AM-5, D23, E90, E401, E401N, EN90, EP401, EP401E, G13-A, GPA76, KA, KN, KN-2, L, Lady, L20, L1154, LR01, LR1, LR1G, LR1SG, MN9100, MN9100N, MN9100/N, MR1, MR01, N, NR01, NR1, PC9100, PS-N, R401, RM401, RM-401, RN-2, RP401, RW82, SB-F9, SUM5, UM5, UM-5,

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Common
Name.
Dimensions.
Length × Diameter.
Chemical Composition. Nominal Voltage.
battery N 30.2 mm × 12.0 mm

Contacts:
Raised "pip" Positive.
Flat opposite end Negative.

Alkaline (replaces the, now banned, Mercury). 1.5 volts,

(1.35 volts for original Mercury types).

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