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Traditional Batteries

Notes. There are small variations in size between manufaturers. Traditional batteries expand slightly when depleted
AAA (10mm x 44mm)
Also known as
813, 1009, 3020, 4020, 7520, 14564, 13A, 13AC, 6D, A95‑BP, ALD, AL‑D, AM1, AM‑1, AM2, BA3030/U, E95, EN95, HP11, K4A, KD, LR20, LR20A, LR20N, LR20PA, LR20XP, MN1300, PC1300, R20, R20P, SUM1
AA (14mm x 50mm)
Also known as
216, 522, 14567, 006P, 6AM6, 6LF22, 6LF22XP, 6LF62, 6LR61, A1604, A522‑BP, HP3, K9V, LR22PA, M1604, MN1604, PP3, PP3HP
C (26mm x 50mm)
Also known as
814, 4014, 4106, 7522, 14565, 14A, 14AC, A93‑BP, ALC, AL‑C, AM2, AM‑2, E93, EN93, HP11, K4A, KC, LR14, LR14A, LR14N, LR14PA, LR14XP, MN1400, PL1400, R14, R14P
D (61mm x 33mm)
Also known as
813, 1009, 3020, 4020, 7520, 14564, 13A, 13AC, 6D, A95‑BP, ALD, AL‑D, AM1, AM‑1, AM2, BA3030/U, E95, EN95, HP11, K4A, KD, LR20, LR20A, LR20N, LR20PA, LR20XP, MN1300, PC1300, R20, R20P, SUM1
9V (17mm x 58mm)
Also known as
216, 522, 14567, 006P, 6AM6, 6LF22, 6LF22XP, 6LF62, 6LR61, A1604, A522‑BP, HP3, K9V, LR22PA, M1604, MN1604, PP3, PP3HP
Coin Batteries
CR2016 (20mm x 1.6mm)
Also known as
2016, 280‑202/4/6, 5000LC, BR2016, DL2016, ECR2016, FA, SB‑T11
CR2025 (20mm x 2.5mm)
Also known as
2025, 280‑205, 5003LC, BR2025, DL2025, ECR2025, NA, SB‑T14
CR2016 (20mm x 3.2mm)
Also known as
2032, BR2032, DL2032, EA2032C, ECR2032, L14, L2032, LF1/2V, SB‑T15
Hearing Aid Batteries
Notes. Hearing aid batteries are often protected by a tiny sticker. Do not remove sticker until you are ready to use the battery. There can be a very short delay (1-2 minutes) between removing sticker and a fully functioning battery. "Non stickered" battery technologies sometimes deplete rapidly when used in hearing aids.
Yellow (5.8mm x 5.8mm)
Also known as
10, 7005ZD, AC10, AC10/230, DA10, DA230, PR70, ZA10
Orange (7.9mm x 5.4mm)
Also known as
13, 7000ZD, AG5, PR48, ZA13
Brown (7.9mm x 7.9mm)
Also known as
312, 7002ZD, AG3, P312, PR41, PR41, ZA312
Blue (11.6mm x 5.4mm)
Also known as
675, 7003ZD, AG13, PR44, ZA675
Button Batteries
Notes. Often come as battery packs containing an assortment of sizes. The packs may not include every size. AG0 batteries are rarely included in assortment packs.
AG0 (5.8mm x 2.1mm)
Also known as
379, 618, 280‑59, AG521, D379, JA, LR521, S512E, SB‑AC/DC, SG0, SR521, SR521SW, SR63, V379<
AG1 (6.8mm x 2.1mm)
Also known as
31, 164, 363, 364, 280‑34, 364BP, D364, GP64, LR521, LR60, LR620, LR621, LR821, SD1, SG1, SP364, SR60, SR621, SR621SW, TR621SW, UL364, V364
AG2 (7.9mm x 2.6mm)
Also known as
196, 396, 397, 612, LR59, LR726, SG2, SR59, SR726, SR726PW, SR726SW, SR726W
AG3 (7.9mm x 3.6mm)
Also known as
2, 5, 192, 384, 392, 280‑13, 280‑18, D384, D392, L736, LR41, LR736, MR41, SG3, SP384, SP392, SR41, SR41SW, SR41W, SR51W, SR736, SR736PW, SR736SW, TR41SW, TR41W, UL392, V384, V392
AG4 (6.4mm x 2.6mm)
Also known as
37, 177, 376, 377, 280‑39, BA, D377, LR626, LR66, MR41, SG4, SP377, SR41SW, SR41W, SR626, SR626SW, SR66, TR41SW, TR41W, UL377, V377
AG5 (7.9mm x 5.4mm)
Also known as
193, 309, 393, L750, LR48, LR754, SG5, SR48, SR754, SR754PW, SR754SW, SR754W
AG6 (9.5mm x 2.1mm)
Also known as
171, 370, 371, LR69, LR920, LR921, SG6, SR69, SR920, SR920PW, SR920SW, SR921
AG7 (9.5mm x 2.6mm)
Also known as
395, 399, LR57, LR926, SG7, SR57, SR926, SR927, SR927PW, SR927SW, SR927W
AG8 (11.6mm x 2.1mm)
Also known as
191, 381, 391, LR1120, LR1131, LR54, SG8, SR1120PW, SR1120SW, SR1120W, SR1121, SR55, V8GA
AG9 (9.5mm x 3.6mm)
Also known as
194, 394, LR45, LR936, SG9, SR45, SR936, SR936SW
AG10 (11.6mm x 3.1mm)
Also known as
11, 17, 89, 189, 387, 389, 390, 280‑15, 280‑24, 289/8019, D389, D390, GP89, LR1130, LR1131, LR1139, LR54, M, S120, SG10, SP389, SR1130, SR1130PW, SR1130SW, SR1130W, SR1131, SR54, SRI‑BO_SW, TR1130W, UK387, V10GA, V389, V390, WS‑10
AG11 (7.9mm x 2.1mm)
Also known as
162, 361, 362, LR58, LR721, SG11, SR68, SR721, SR721PW, SR721SW, SR721W
AG12 (11.6mm x 4.2mm)
Also known as
301, 386, LR1142, LR43, SR1142, SR1142SW, SR43, SR43SW, SR43W
AG13 (11.6mm x 5.4mm)
Also known as
7, 9, 13, 57, 157, 303, 357, 280‑08, 76A, A, A200, A76, D303, D357, EPX76, GP76A, GS14, HS‑C, J, KA, KA76, L1154, LR1154, LR154, LR44, MR44, NP313, PX76A, S200, S76, SG13, SP303, SP347, SR1154, SR44, SR44SW, SR44W, UL357, V303, V313, V357
  • This is only a tiny sample of the batteries and battery codes in current use. I have tried to concentrate on the most popular battery sizes. (There are entire websites dedicated to identifying compatible batteries.)
  • There is minimal consistency between manufacturers regarding how they name batteries, I have even seen the same code used to identify incompatible batteries!
  • New codes are still appearing for old batteries, some look very similar to existing codes.
  • It may be necessary to measure the old battery when trying to find a compatible new battery
  • There are several materials used to make batteries. The best materials normally last longer but they are usually more expensive
  • Cold conditions affect battery performance. Hot batteries can be dangerous. Consider seeking advice before purchasing batteries for use in extreme temperatures
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