The No. 6 / EB-R40 battery was largely popular staring around 1950. They were first used in 1893 for ignition of explosive engines. They are used in many applications such as self winding clocks, navigation mark, radios, communication equipment, lanterns, SPC telephone, railway lighting lamps, coal mining and more.
The EBR40 is ideal for low voltage, high-power demand applications. The have long shelf life and not subject to leaking. They are great as an emergency power supply
Be sure to add on Fahnestock Clips for your school science experiments, hobby application, antique toy trains and special application. The fahnestock clips make it easy to connect bare wire to the battery safely and easily.
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