Panasonic Poly-Carbon monofluoride Lithium Battery
This product is a consumer product which is used in a hermetically sealed state. So, it is not an object of the SDS system. This document is provided to customers as reference information for the safe handling of the product. The information and recommendations set forth are made in good faith and are believed to be accurate at the date of preparation. Panasonic Corporation makes no warranty expressed or implied.
PRODUCT SAFETY DATA SHEET
Chemical product and company identification
Name of Product: Poly carbonmonofluoride lithium battery
Name of Company: Panasonic Corporation Automotive & Industrial Systems Company
Address: 1-1 Matsushita·cho, Moriguchi-city, 570·8511, Japan
Emergency Contact: Outside the United States +1-703-527·3887 in the United States 1·800-424·9300
Composition/information of ingredients
|Positive electrode||Poly·carbonmonofluoride||513ll·17·2||5 · 15|
|Negative electrode||Lithium metal||7439·93·2||0.9 · 4|
|Organic electrolyte||4· 10|
(Steel or Plastic parts)
|Steel||7439·89·6, 7440·47·3||60 · 90|
|Polypropylene||9003·07·0||1 · 10|
Lithium content per cell
|Model Number||Lithium Model
|BR1216||0.008 BR1616||0.02 BR2016||0.02 BR2320||0.03|
|BR1220||0.01 BR1632||0.04 BR2020||0.03 BR2325||0.05|
First aid measures (in case of electrolyte leakage from the battery)
Eye contact: Flush the eyes with plenty of clean water for at least 15 minutes immediately, without rubbing. Get immediate medical treatment. If appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause eye injury.
Skin contact: Wash the contact areas off immediately with plenty of water and soap. If appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause sores on the skin.
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air immediately. Get medical treatment immediately.
Accidental release measures (in case of electrolyte leakage from the battery) Take up with absorbent cloth, treat cloth as inflammable.
Move the battery away from the fire.
Handling and storage
- When packing the batteries, do not allow battery terminals to contact each other, or contact with other metals. Be sure to pack batteries by providing partitions in the packaging box, or in a separate plastic bag so that the single batteries are not mixed together.
- Use strong material for packaging boxes so that they will not be damaged by vibration, impact, dropping and stacking during their transportation.
- Do not short-circuit, recharge, deform, throw into fire or disassemble.
- Do not mix different type of batteries.
- Do not solder directly onto batteries.
- Insert the battery correctly in electrical equipment.
- Do not let water penetrate into packaging boxes during their storage and transportation.
- Do not store the battery in places of the high temperature or under direct sunlight.
- Please also avoid the places of high humidity. Be sure not to expose the battery to condensation, rain or frozen condition
Exposure controls and personal protection
Acceptable concentration: Not specified about Lithium Battery.
Facilities: Nothing in particular.
Protective Equipment (in case of electrolyte leakage from the battery)
Respiratory Protection: Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for organic gases
Hand Protection: Safety gloves
Eye Protection: Safety google
Physical and chemical properties
Appearance: Coin shape
Nominal Voltage: 3V
Stability and reactivity
Since batteries utilize a chemical reaction they are actually considered a chemical product.
As such, battery performance will deteriorate over time even if stored for a long period of time without being used. In addition, the various usage conditions such as discharge, ambient temperature, etc. are not maintained within the specified ranges the life expectancy of the battery may be shortened or the device in which the battery is used may be damaged by electrolyte leakage.
Dangerous Goods Regulations because they meet the following:
- for cells, the lithium content is not more than 0.3g ;
- each cell is of the type proven to meet the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Partffi, sub-section 38.3.
- each cell is manufactured in 1809001 certified factory.
Please refer to the following reference information about concrete ways of transportation. Actual content of packaging label and shipping documents varies by shipping companies. Make sure to confirm in advance with your shipping company.
Information of reference
|Air transport||IATA DGR||PI 968 Section I A||Cells, Cargo Aircraft only; Net quantity per Package Max. 35kg|
|PI 968 Section I B||Cells, Cargo Aircraft only; net quantity per Package Max. 2.5kg|
PI 968 Section II
|Cells, Cargo Aircraft only, not more than one package in any single consignment; net auantity per package Max. 2.5kg|
|PI 969 Section II||Cells packed with equipment|
|PI 970 Section II||Cells contained in equipment, button cell batteries|
|Marine transport||IMDG Code||SP 188|
- IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 60th Edition (IATA DGR)
- IMO International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code 2016 and 2018 Edition (IMDG Code)
- UN Recommendations on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Model Regulations
- UN Recommendations on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests and Criteria
- EU Battery Directive (2006/66/EC, 2013/56/EU)
- Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
- State of California Regulations – Best management practices for Perchlorate Materials
- Act on Preventing Environmental Pollution of Mercury (Japan)
This PSDS is provided to customers as reference information in order to handle batteries safely.
It is necessary for the customer to take appropriate measures depending on the actual situation such as the individual handling, based on this information.