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Often used in toys, calculators, watches.




AG13 is also called: AG13, LR44, LR154, A76, EPX76, 157, 303, 357, 1128MP, 208–904, A-76, A613, AG14, AG-14, CA18, CA19, CR44, D76A, G13A, G13-A, GDA76, GP76A, GPA7, GPA75, GPA76, GPS76A, KA, KA76, AG76, L1154, L1154C, L1154F, L1154G, L1154H, LR44G, LR44GD, LR44H, MS76H, RW82, SB-F9, V13G, 357A, NSN: 6135-99-792-8475 (alkaline)

Is this equivalent to SG13, SR44, SR44SW, PR44, PX76A, PX675A, RPX675?

It will fit. It will work. However, they have different chemistries, which may impact how long the battery lasts. For example, a silver oxide battery (name starting with S) will last longer and give more constant power than an alkaline battery (starting with L). Although it may work, be aware that it may reduce the play time.

It is often used in: Toys, Digital Thermometer, Calculator, Lasers, Flashlights, Security System Panel, Wrist Watches, Medical Devices and Instruments, Memory Backup Systems


Button/coin batteries are hazardous and should be kept away from children (whether the battery is new or used).
Never allow children to handle button batteries.
If a non-lithium button/coin battery (e.g. alkaline, silver oxide) is swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, the battery can cause serious injuries.
If a lithium button/coin battery is swallowed or placed inside the body, the battery can cause severe or fatal injuries in 2 hours or less.
Seek medical attention immediately, such as on 13 11 26, even if you only suspect that a button/coin battery might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body.
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