What button cell battery is equivalent to the LR1130?
LR1130 is a type, not a battery.
The following are the two types of button cell batteries that are most often used in watches and hearing aids and have the same voltage as an LR1130:
(1) S-16P – It provides the energy for most digital watches. This battery lasts from 12 months to 18 months depending on how frequently you use your watch.
(2) 392/386 – These batteries can power all types of timepieces, including watches, wristwatches, clocks or wall clocks. They last from 6 to 25 days depending on how much they are used per day and whether any luminosity is emitted by means of a backlight or display window.”
I think CR2032 and LR1130 are the same
The LR1130 is a lithium battery, so you would need a button cell with both high voltage and high capacity ratings.
The LIR2032 (2460 mAH) should work in most cases. You can also try the CR1216 (1200 mAH), which is about half the watt-hours of the LIR2032 but should still be able to provide enough power for most applications.
The LR1130 is equivalent to the DL2032/L1154.
The LR1130 is a battery that doesn’t exist, so it can’t be the equivalent of any other battery or type of battery. It’s not possible for there to exist a button cell that isn’t equivalent to something else.
The most common equivelant to the LR1130 are the following chemistries: CR1225, CR1216, CR1010. These cells can easily be found on sites like Amazon and can be bought in sets of 20 or 50. Additionally, these cells come in a range of voltages – 3V, 4V or 5V.) It is not advised to put this type of battery into devices other than emergency lights because they do not have the same charge voltage as alkaline batteries (1.5 V) which may damage the device it is used for if it requires a higher voltage (i.e., Alkaline battery might need a 9V battery instead of a 12V one).
The equivalent battery to the LR1130 is the AG5. But there are many others that will do just as well. Searching online for equivalent button cell batteries like an AG5 and your question help, should give you a good range of suggestions to browse through.
Calculating battery equivalents from parameters is not as straightforward an equivalency than it might seem at first. If you want to find a rough equivalent to the LR1130, we need more information about what type of device the battery powers…
Cellular batteries are lithium ion or alkaline with a nominal voltage of around 3 volts and are usually labelled either by their size or shape, such as AA, AAA, C and D cell types for example; button cells batteries are often concealed forms of battery which could be in the form of watch back ups for example which might not adhere to these sizing specifications.
Button batteries are usually very small cylindrical in shape and are around the size of a coin. A typical button cell battery is LR1130 type which has dimensions of 1.6mm x 12.5mm (or 0.06in x 0.49in). The weight of this battery type is around 3g (0.11oz).
The LR1130 battery is the size of a dime and typically used as the primary button cell battery in toy robots.
The equivalent volume for an LR44, which is half the size of an LR1130, would be about one fifth of a teaspoon. This would work for cases where you have less space constraints.