Meaning of battery name

by Mat NX   Last Updated October 09, 2019 20:25 PM

I'm currently working on making a battery I salvaged from a mowing robot usable. It doesn't have a datasheet or anything, since it was made specifically for the robot and wasn't intended for consumers. That's why I can only use measurements and the sticker on the front to get any data like voltage or capacity. I get most things on this sticker, 2 of them however, I don't understand the meaning of.

First, in the same line that gives me Voltage and Capacity, there is a seemingly random number. Does anyone know what it means? Probably nothing actually concerning the technical stats of the battery, but I just want to make sure.

18.5V / 2.1 Ah / 38.85 WH 1546

Then there is the thing I can only assume is the name of the battery: 5INR 19/66 Rechargable Lithium-Ion Battery. I know it might just be a name, but INR for example, specifies the type of said battery as a lithium manganese nickel battery. I don't know if the numbers mean anything, but again, I just want to make sure.

Here's the entire thing. enter image description here

Tags : batteries

Answers 1

My guess is that it is a date code, probably 2 digit year and 2 digit week. The one in the picture says "Made in PRC 2015", and the code is 1546, so it was probably made in the 46th week of 2015.

October 09, 2019 20:18 PM

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