Maxell CLB Series Coin Type Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery

Superior recharging properties ensure a service life of about 500 charge/discharge cycles under normal usage conditions.

Description

Developed by Maxell, the coin type lithium-ion rechargeable battery has a high-rate discharge characteristic of up to 2ItA by means of an original stacked electrode structure. This compact high-power rechargeable battery is designed for small portable devices such as IoT devices, wearables and hearables that have communication functions.

Superior recharging properties ensure a service life of about 500 charge/discharge cycles under normal usage conditions. The superior cost/performance ratio ensures that lithium-ion batteries are ultimately more economical than primary batteries.

Brand

Maxell

Maxell

Maxell was formed in 1960, when a dry cell manufacturing plant was created at the company's headquarters in Ibaraki, Osaka. In 1961, Maxell Electric Industrial Company, Limited was created out of the dry battery and magnetic tape divisions of Nitto Electric Industrial Company, Limited (now Nitto Denko Corporation).

On March 18, 2014, the company was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In 2013, Maxell, Ltd. acquired Hitachi Consumer Electronics, Co., Ltd.’s projector design, development and manufacturing assets and resources. On October 1, 2019, Maxell Corporation of America announced it would assume responsibility for all operations related to both Hitachi- brand and Maxell-brand projector products and accessories in the North American market.

Features

  • High Power : A unique stacked electrode structure enables power of up to 140mA (CLB2032).
  • Discharge capability of CLB2032 is approximately 40 times better*
  • Excellent cost performance : Superior recharging properties ensure a service life of about 500 charge/discharge cycles under normal usage conditions. The superior cost/performance ratio ensures that lithium-ion batteries are ultimately more economical than primary batteries.
  • High reliability : Maxell has incorporated unique technologies gained during its development of crimping and electrode coating. The stainless steel battery body minimizes swelling.
  • Superior safety : Separator-wrapped positive electrodes prevent to make internal short-circuit. Safety is ensured even if external short-circuit occurs.

Applications

  • Biological information monitoring systems
  • Wearable data devices
  • Medical sensor networks
  • Environment monitoring systems
  • Logistics management systems
  • Rechargeable hearing aids
  • Remote keyless entry systems (RKE)
  • Multifunction watches

Specifications

Model Nominal Voltage (V) Nominal Capacity (mAh)*1 Charge (CCCV) Discharge (CC) Initial Dimensions*3 (mm) Weight (g)*3
Max. Voltage (V) Standard Current (mA) Temperature (deg. C) End Voltage (V) Max. Current (mA) Temperature (deg. C) Diameter (mm) Height (mm)*4
CLB2032 3.7 70*1 4.2 35 0~+45 3.0 140 -20~+60 20 3.45 3.0
CLB2016 3.7 30*1 4.2 15 0~+45 3.0 60 -20~+60 20 2.0 2.1
CLB937A 3.7 18*1 4.2 9 0~+45 3.0 36 -20~+60 9.5 3.9 0.7
CLB740H 3.8 19*2 4.2 9.5 0~+45 3.0 19 -20~+60 7.85 4.0 0.5
  1. Nominal capacity is according to the following conditions: Charge: 0.5ItA/4.2V (CCCV)/End current 0.03ItA, Discharge: 0.2ItA/E.V. = 3.0V, Temperature 20 deg. C
  2. Nominal capacity is according to the following conditions: Charge: 0.5ItA/4.2V (CCCV)/End current 0.03ItA, Discharge: 1mA/E.V. = 3.0V, Temperature 20 deg. C
  3. Dimensions and weight are for the battery itself, but may vary depending on terminal specifications and other factors.
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