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AG10 and LR1130 Battery Equivalents and Replacements

AG10 and LR1130 are the most common labels for button/coin cell batteries featuring physical dimensions of (D x H) 11.6 x 3.1 mm (~0.4567 x 0.1220 inches).

As such, AG10/LR1130 batteries and their equivalents are commonly used in remote keys, remote controllers, medical instruments like thermometers, calculators, micro LED flashlights, toys, etc.

Published: June 23, 2021.

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 AG10 and LR1130 Batteries Features and Specifications

AG10/LR1130 battery is a non-rechargeable alkaline battery featuring a nominal voltage of 1.5 volts, a cutoff voltage of 0.9 volts, and a nominal capacity of 45-70 mAh.

However, actual capacity depends on the battery age, operating temperature, and battery drain current.

The self-discharge rate is low enough to warrant a shelf life of 2-3 years, sometimes slightly more, when the battery is stored at room temperature.

"LR1130" is the most common label for the alkaline 11.6 x 3.1 mm battery, but other labels are used as well, including AG10, LR1131 (IEC standard), LR54, and similar.

Alkaline 11.6 x 3.1 mm batteries are a cheap and reliable source of power for small devices and toys and can be easily found at hardware/office stores and online shops.

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Silver-oxide non-rechargeable 11.6 x 3.1 mm batteries are very similar to alkaline batteries, but they generally perform better.

The most common label for silver-oxide 11.6 x 3.1 mm battery is SR1130, although other labels are used as well, including SR1130W, SR1130SW, SR1130PW, SR1131, SR54, 189, 387, 389, 390, etc.

Note: some manufacturers use labels for alkaline and silver-oxide batteries interchangeably, so one must check other features as well.

SR1130 battery features a nominal voltage of 1.55V, a cutoff voltage of 1.2 volts, and a nominal capacity of 65-90 mAh.

Again, actual capacity depends on the battery age, operating temperature, drain current, battery type, and similar.

Note: silver-oxide batteries are sometimes manufactured as "low-drain" and "high-drain" batteries, with recent models often being manufactures as "general purpose" or "multi-drain" batteries.

Silver-oxide SR1130 batteries feature a shelf life of 3-5 years, sometimes even longer, very constant output voltage, and higher capacity when compared with the alkaline LR1130 batteries.

But, silver-oxide SR1130 batteries tend to be a little bit more expensive than LR1130 batteries.

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LR1130/SR1130 Batteries Cross Reference Chart

The following cross-reference chart lists some of the most popular alkaline and silver-oxide 11.6 x 3.1 mm batteries, with their most important features and specifications:

Battery / Datasheet Nominal / Cutoff Voltage Capacity Operating Temperature Annual Self-Discharge Rate Discharge Current
Ansmann LR54 1.5V; 0.9V 65 mAh 15kΩ down to 0.9V @22°C -20°C to +60°C ~10% at room temperature -
Duracell D389/D390 1.55V; 1.2V 80 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @20°C 0°C to +60°C <10% @20°C 104 μA @15kΩ @20°C
Energizer 390/389 1.55V; 1.2V 88 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @21°C - ~2% @20°C, ~0.5% @0°C 99 μA
Eurobatt AG10 LR1130 1.5V; 0.9V 70 mAh - - 0-10 mA; 1.5mA @1kΩ @20°C
Maxell LR1130 1.5V 45 mAh - - 100 μA
Maxell SR1130 1.55V 79 mAh - - 100 μA (general use)
Maxell SR1130W 1.55V 79 mAh - - 100 μA (high drain)
Maxell SR1130SW 1.55V 83 mAh - - 100 μA (low drain)
muRata LR1130 1.5V 70 mAh -10°C to +60°C - -
Renata 390 SR1130SW 1.55V; 1.2V 80 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @20°C -10°C to +60°C <5% @20°C 101 μA @15kΩ @20°C
Varta V10GA 1.5V; 0.9V 70 mAh -10°C to 65°C - -
Varta SR1130W 1.55V; 1.2V 81 mAh 5k6Ω down to 1.2V @20°C 0°C to +60°C - -
Battery / Datasheet Nominal / Cutoff Voltage Capacity / Discharge Current
Operating Temperature / Annual Self-Discharge
Ansmann LR54 1.5V; 0.9V

65 mAh 15kΩ down to 0.9V @22°C


-

-20°C to +60°C


~10% at room temperature

Duracell D389/D390 1.55V; 1.2V

80 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @20°C


104 μA @15kΩ @20°C

0°C to +60°C


<10% @20°C

Energizer 390/389 1.55V; 1.2V

88 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @21°C


99 μA

-


~2% @20°C, ~0.5% @0°C

Eurobatt AG10 LR1130 1.5V; 0.9V

70 mAh


0-10 mA; 1.5mA @1kΩ @20°C

-


-

Maxell LR1130 1.5V

45 mAh


100 μA

-


-

Maxell SR1130 1.55V

79 mAh


100 μA (general use)

-


-

Maxell SR1130W 1.55V

79 mAh


100 μA (high drain)

-


-

Maxell SR1130SW 1.55V

83 mAh


100 μA (low drain)

-


-

muRata LR1130 1.5V

70 mAh


-

-10°C to +60°C


-

Renata 390 SR1130SW 1.55V; 1.2V

80 mAh 15kΩ down to 1.2V @20°C


101 μA @15kΩ @20°C

-10°C to +60°C


<5% @20°C

Varta V10GA 1.5V; 0.9V

70 mAh


-

-10°C to 65°C


-

Varta SR1130W 1.55V; 1.2V

81 mAh 5k6Ω down to 1.2V @20°C


-

0°C to +60°C


-

Of course, there are many other LR1130/SR1130 batteries on the market with similar or perhaps even better specifications.

Zinc-Air 11.6 x 3.1 mm Battery

Zinc-air batteries use moist/wet electrolyte and oxygen from the air and feature somewhat lower voltage (~1.4 volts) with stable output and generally larger capacity than alkaline and silver oxide chemistries.

However, when electrolyte dries, the battery dies, even if it is not fully discharged.

Thus, zinc-air batteries are used for devices that are used on a daily basis and that require high-capacity batteries, like hearing aid devices and similar.

Zinc-air 11.6 x 3.1 mm battery does not - exist, or it is a very uncommon one.

The nearest zinc-air battery is a zinc-air 11.6 x 4.2 mm battery, which is being phased out and is/was labeled as PR43, 7001Z, AC41E, and similar.

Zinc-air 11.6 x 5.4 mm battery is a very popular hearing air battery, commonly labeled as 675 battery, Blue tab, ZA675, PR44, 7003ZD and similar.

Although 675 battery and LR1130/SR1130 batteries feature the same diameter and very similar voltage, these batteries are NOT interchangeable, due to the differences in height, internal resistance, and similar.

LR1130/SR1130 Batteries Safety Issues

LR1130/SR1130 batteries are small, shiny objects that may attract the attention of kids and pets.

Although modern batteries don't contain lead, mercury, cadmium, and other heavy metals, they are nonetheless dangerous if/when get swallowed since they cause electrolytic reactions and internal burns that may be very dangerous - they can easily cause death!

If LR1130/SR1130 or any similar battery gets swallowed, contact the nearest emergency center (or vet) immediately, explain to them what has happened, and act according to their instructions.

Because of these reasons, button/coin cell batteries are often packaged in "child-safe" and/or "pets-safe" packages.


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Long Story Short: If You are looking for a non-rechargeable 11.6 x 3.1 mm coin-cell battery, go for cheap but reliable LR1130/AG10 batteries from reputable brands that have already been used and tested by countless users.

If You have a device that requires a more stable output voltage, higher capacity, and longer battery shelf-life, go for an SR1130 battery.

And whatever You do, keep these (and other) batteries away from pets and kids!



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