Yes, an LR14 battery is the same size and dimensions as a C-size battery. They are identical in every respect except for the naming conventions used.
Each LR14 or C sized cell is rated at 1.5 volts and features simple, reliable zinc-carbon battery chemistry. These disposable consumer batteries are intended for single use and are…
These GP C or LR14 sized cylindrical batteries are from the manufacturer’s Ultra range and come in a pack of four. Rated at 1.5 volts, the battery dimensions are 5.0cm high and 2.6cm in diameter; each cell weighs 60 grams.
C-size batteries are smaller than D batteries but larger than AA and AAA batteries. They are: 50mm or 1.97 inches long. 26.2 mm or 1.03 inches in diameter.
Direct replacements for LR44 would be Duracell 76A, Energizer A76 and AG13 batteries. These batteries are exact equivalents of the LR44 battery, the only difference being the name. These batteries can all be replaced.
Alkaline battery Type C or LR-14 1.5V. Pack of 2 units of this type of battery. 0% Mercury/Cadmium.
The C battery (C-size battery or R14 battery) is a standard sized dry cell battery typically used in medium-drain applications such as toys, flashlights, and musical instruments.
Battery of the same size and capacity are referred to as LR41 with a few different variations depending on the manufacturer. Direct replacements for LR41 would be 192, 92A, LR736 and AG3. These batteries are exact equivalents of the LR41 battery, the only difference being the name.
Are C cells and LR14/R14 batteries the same? Yes, they have the same battery size with different names. ANSI calls C cells ’14’ and IEC standards call it ‘R14’.
Here is a short list of common items: My bike headlight uses C batteries. The Maglite S2C016 flashlight requires 2 C batteries! One web listed “hearing aids” as requiring a “C” battery.
Are C2 and CR2 batteries the same? The CR2 battery is not typically labeled C2, but a few small manufacturers offer batteries identical to the CR2, labeled C2. The majority of major manufacturers usually refer to this battery as CR2.
At the same voltage as an AA or AAA battery (1.5 volts), the C battery differs in that it has a capacity of 8,200 milliamps. When converted to watt-hours, the figure is 12.3 watt-hours, showing the difference in battery capacity between the smaller AA and AAA batteries versus the larger C battery.
Is CR2032 the same as LR44? No, they are not. CR2032 is a very popular non-rechargeable 20×3 lithium 3.0v. 2mm battery while LR44 battery is a non-rechargeable 1.5v alkaline battery 11.6×5.