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Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel

Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel  Lithium button cells
Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel  Lithium button cells
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Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel  Lithium button cells
Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel  Lithium button cells
Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel
Renata SA, a subsidiary of Swatch Group Ltd in Biel, was founded in 1952 as a manufacturer of components for mechanical watches. Within only a few years, the company became a leading manufacturer and supplier of coin cells for watches and many electronic product areas (medical technology, RFID, radio control, metering, and many more…. )l.
€3.49
Ex Tax: €2.88
  • Stock: Out Of Stock
  • Model: CR2477N 1-pack
  • EAN: 785618132922
Renata CR2477N 3Volt Lithium Knoopcel
Batteries
Brand Renata Batteries
Model CR2477N
Technology lithium
Nominal voltage 3 Volt
Capaciteit 950 mAh
Diameter 24.5 mm
Height 7.7 mm
Typical weight 8,3 grams
Packaging 1 button cell
Operation temperature range -40°C to 85°C
Expiration date 2024
Rechargeable No
Production country Switzerland
EAN 785618132922

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