Emergency Light Batteries Low Temperature Nickel-Cadmium Batteries D 6000 Battery T-40°C

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Type: D

TYPE:NiCd 1.2V D6000 T-40℃
Normal voltage 1.2V
Capacity 0.2C5 Ah 1C5 Ah
Min 300min 48min
Typical 310min 51min
Diameter 32.0±0.3mm
Height 59.5±0.5mm
Weight 142g
Internal Impedance ≤10mΩ
( 1000Hz.) (After Charge)
Charge Standard 600mA×16hrs
Rapid 3000mA×2.4hrs
Ambient temperature Charge Standard -40℃ ~ +45℃
Rapid 0℃ ~ +40℃
Discharge -40℃ ~ +50℃
Storage -20℃ ~ +40℃


The specification applies to the following sealed Ni-Cd rechargeable battery made by BASEPONITE .
TYPE ? 3 X D6000 T-40 APPLICATION: Electric appliance, Street lamp, Etc

Product description

• High-temperature NiCd cells for use with emergency lighting units
• 4-year design life
• 1-year guarantee


The negative of Nickel-Cadmium cylindrical battery is metal of Cadmium, the positive is NiOOH,
and the electrolyte is KOH of high purity. The electrochemical processes are represented
by the following reactions:
At the positive electrode:2NiOOH+2H 2 O+2e ------2Ni(OH) 2 +2OH -
At the negative electrode:Cd+2OH - -2e------ Cd(OH) 2
Overall reaction:Cd+2NiOOH+2H 2 O-------- 2Ni(OH) 2 +Cd(OH) 2
During discharge, Cadmium of negative is oxidized to Cd(OH) 2, The free electrons flow into the
positive through the external circuit, NiOOH of positive receives the electrons and is deoxidized
to Ni(OH) 2. Charge process is just the opposition of discharge.