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The name of CR2025 is defined by International standard IEC 60086. The first letter, C, identifies the chemical composition âlithiumâ and a nominal voltage (3V) of battery. The second letter, R, indicates a round (cylindrical) form. The first two digits encode the outer diameter of battery in mm. The last two digits are the overall height of battery in tenths of mm. Therefore, CR2025 stands for âlithium, 20 mm diameter, 2.5 mm heightâ.
This product includes both anode and cathode cases. These CR2025 coin cell cases are made of stainless steel (316SS) with sealing O-ring (PP). 316SS has a better anti-corrosive resistance to the electrolyte compared with 304SS.
SpecificationsProduct SKU#BR0105Pack Size100 pcs per pack
Grade 316 stainless steel (316SS)
(Dia x Height)
CR2025 20mm x 2.5mm
Cathode: O.D. = 20.0mm, I.D. = 19.4mm
Anode: O.D. = 19.3mm, I.D. = 16.9mm
0.1 oz (2.0 grams) each
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