Battery for the Intermec PR2, PR3 Mobile Printer, Part # 318-049-001

$50.00
Current Stock:
SKU:
318-049-001
Phone:
1 (800) 434-9011
Condition:
New
Availability:
in stock

Why buy our Intermec 318-049-001 compatible battery? It is simple: Our batteries offer 450 discharge cycles and 1650 mAh capacity, charging to full in 1 to 3 hours.
We believe our Intermec compatible batteries offer a Compelling Price Value Benefit.
The batteries meet all the standards of the Intermec battery and do not violate your warranty.
Our batteries are fresh. We do not leave our batteries degrading in a warehouse.
Our protection circuits are designed to prolong your batteries life by preventing overcharging and over-discharging.
The printer batteries were built for easy charging by using gold connectors. Our batteries can handle trickle, standard and rapid charging techniques.

Questions? Call Us at: 1-800-434-9011
For use with Printer Models: Intermec PR2, PR3
Replacement for OEM Battery #: 318-049-001
Chemistry Capacity(mAh) Volts Watt Hour Weight (g/oz) CHG Temp DHG Temp
Lithium Ion 1650 7.4 12.21Wh 90/2.5 0˚C to 45˚C -20˚C to 60˚C

Ganson Mobile Printer Batteries for the Intermec PR2, PR3 mobile printer

  • Normal charge time is 1 – 3 hours, depending on the charging technique.
  • Estimated useful life is 450 discharges aka cycles. Bringing the battery up to full charge and then fully emptying the battery of power is considered a cycle.
  • Our Ganson battery packs contain duel circuit protection. Our circuitry protects the entire battery and each individual battery cell. This circuitry is designed to prevent overcharging and over discharging.
  • Each individual cell contains a safety vent. These safety vents prevent the buildup of internal pressure. This internal pressure will reduce a battery's expected useful life. Our safety vent will open under pressure and allow a controlled release of discharged gas.
  • External Protection Circuit. The electronic protection circuit external to the cells opens a solid state switch if the charge voltage of any cell reaches 4.30v. A fuse cuts the current flow if the skin temperature of the cell approaches 194 degrees. To prevent the battery from over-discharging, the control circuit cuts off the current path at about 2.50 volts per cell.
  • We store our batteries in a climate controlled warehouse. Our batteries have minimal exposure to excessive heat and cold
  • Do not keep the battery in extreme heat. Your battery should not be exposed to tempertures greater than 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Subjectingthe battery to extreme heat and cold substantially shortens your battery's life.
  • The external contacts are gold plated nickel connectors. These gold plated connectors provide corrosion resistance with a tolerance close to zero.
  • Battery Storage: Do not store Lithium Ion batteries in a discharged or full state. You should try to get the battery at about 50% capacity for storage. Lithium Ion self-discharges about 5% in the first 24 hours then loses 1 – 2 % per month. The protection circuit adds another 3 % self-discharge per month.