| thick, while a 2016 CR has the same diameter (20mm) but only half the thickness, only 1.6mm (0.063in). The ACR1620, on the other hand, has a diameter of 16mm and a thickness of 2.0mm.
See battery / button cellVoltage of the battery we carry
|1616||3.0||Electric fence energizer CR1616|
|1620||3.0||CR1620 fence energizer|
|1632||3.0||CR1632 electric fence energizer|
|2016||3. ### 0||CR2016 energizing|
Examples: A CR2032 has a diameter of 20mm (0.787in) and a thickness of 3.2mm (0.126in), while a CR2016 has the same diameter (20mm) but only half the thickness, only 1.6 mm (0.063 inch). A CR1620, on the other hand, has a diameter of 16mm and a thickness of 2.0mm.
Since CR2032 and CR2016 have the same voltage and diameter, it can be tempting to think that the batteries are replaceable. If it fits into the battery compartment of the device and makes a good electrical connection, a CR2016 can replace a CR2032 but will last less than half the life of the CR2032.
The CR2450 battery is based on the same storage technology as the CR2032 type. Therefore, the energy density is the same, but the CR2450 cell offers more capacity due to its larger size.
The 389/390 cell series differs only in chemistry. Combination products are offered today to save model numbers. I think 390 is silver oxide chemistry while 389 is alkaline battery with the same size.
In fact, DL and CR batteries are interchangeable as long as the following numbers are the same. Based on the example above, a DL2032 battery can be used to replace a CR2032 battery and vice versa. So for 2032 it basically means that the battery is 20mm in diameter and 3.2mm thick.
Other names associated with the AG10 button cell are: 389 390 189 L1130 LR1130 L1131 LR1131 LR54 D389 and D390.
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