The SR41 battery is a silver oxide battery with a nominal voltage of 1.55V. It was first introduced in the early 1970s by the Japanese company Sony. The SR41 battery is also known as the SR41SW, SR41W, SR41, SR736, SB-B1, 280-41, SR736SW, SR736W, V371, D371, 605, GP60, S736E, and SR716SW.
Typical Chemistry #
The SR41 battery is a silver oxide battery with a nominal voltage of 1.55V. It is composed of a zinc anode, a silver oxide cathode, and an alkaline electrolyte. The battery has a capacity of approximately 80 mAh.
Typical Use #
The SR41 battery is commonly used in watches, calculators, cameras, and other small electronic devices. It is also used in medical devices such as hearing aids and glucose meters.
The SR41 battery is a cylindrical battery with a diameter of 7.9 mm and a height of 3.6 mm. It has a flat top and a flat bottom. The battery has a positive terminal on the top and a negative terminal on the bottom. The terminals are made of nickel-plated steel. The battery is encased in a plastic shell.