Tadiran AA 15-5103-53500 Battery 3 Solder Pins LITH-10-3

Tadiran AA 15-5103-53500 Battery 3 Solder Pins LITH-10-3

Item Specifications
Our PriceUS$15.29
Weight0.25 lbs.
ChemistryLithium Thionyl Chloride
Mfg #LITH-10-3
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Tadiran AA15-5103-53500 3.6V Lithium Cylindrical Replacement Battery - 2100mAh - LITH-10-3 with 2 solder pins on the positive end and 1 on the negative.

AA 3.6v Lithium Thionyl Chloride are not interchangeable with the AA 1.5 types or the AA 1.2 rechargeable.

Power: 3.6 Volts 2100mAh
Type: Lithium Non-Rechargeable

Fits and Replaces:

  • Tadiran 15-5103-53500
  • Tadiran TL-2100/PT

Tadiran Lithium Thionyl Chloride Batteries are designed with unique technology, providing more high performance power in less space. These lithium thionyl chloride (Li/SOCl2) cells feature greater energy density, up to 710 Wh/Kg, and 1420 Wh/I. Operating temperatures range from -55ºC to +125ºC. Tadiran Li/SOCl2 batteries have an open circuit voltage of 3.67V and an operating voltage of up to 3.6V. Available series include standard TL Series batteries, for long term high performance and rated to +85ºC, and TLH Series extended temperature batteries, for operation at temperatures up to 125ºC. Also available is the XOL Series, for extreme long-term operation and memory backup, as well as battery packs. With a 25 year operating life, Tadiran standard lithium batteries are ideal for remote locations and challenging environmental conditions.



  1. Greater energy density
  2. Environmentally friendly
  3. Extended temperature range
  4. Higher operating voltage
  5. Longer life
  6. Patented safety features
  7. Environmentally friendly
USPS, UPS, and FedEx ban international air shipment of any lithium chemistry battery. Please do not order if you are outside the USA. Please dispose of ethically according to the rules of your Solid Waste Department. These batteries must not go into your landfill because of toxic damage to your water supply and contamination affecting all living things.



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