Exell Battery 416A Alkaline Industrial Battery (67.5V, 180mAh)

BH #EX416A • MFR #416A
Exell Battery
Exell Battery 416A Alkaline Industrial Battery (67.5V, 180mAh)
Key Features
  • Replaces ANSI/NEDA 217
  • Assembled in the USA
Using this 416A Alkaline Industrial Battery from Exell Battery, you can power vintage camera equipment, transistor radios, medical testing apparatus, and electrical measuring instruments such as AVO meters. It serves as a spare or replacement for the ANSI/NEDA 217 cell commonly found in these electronic devices. This alkaline battery was designed as a longer-lasting replacement for the previous cell of this type, which contained carbon/zinc chemistry. It features 67.5V of output power, a 180mAh capacity, and a rating of 12.15Wh.
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Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
  • This product may contain mercury. Consult your local environment authorities for regulations regarding how to properly dispose of products containing mercury.
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Exell Battery 416A Overview

Using this 416A Alkaline Industrial Battery from Exell Battery, you can power vintage camera equipment, transistor radios, medical testing apparatus, and electrical measuring instruments such as AVO meters. It serves as a spare or replacement for the ANSI/NEDA 217 cell commonly found in these electronic devices. This alkaline battery was designed as a longer-lasting replacement for the previous cell of this type, which contained carbon/zinc chemistry. It features 67.5V of output power, a 180mAh capacity, and a rating of 12.15Wh.

Exell Battery 416A Specs

Battery
Battery Type1 x 416A
Battery ChemistryAlkaline
Battery Voltage67.5 V
Capacity (mAh)180 mAh
Capacity (Wh)12.15 Wh
Battery DimensionsH: 3.5 x W: 1.0 x L: 1.3" / H: 89.0 x W: 25.0 x L: 34.0 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.24 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.55 x 1.5 x 1"
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