I have a D-type flip flop (CD4013B) connected to a lithium battery with 240 mAh capacity, and it is stored for eight years at room temperature.
May I know how much quiescent current will be drawn from the battery during eight years storage time?
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The quiescent current of this device is ~20 µA
I have four batteries connected in 2S and 2P (that is, two in series and then parallel with another two in series) => 480 mAh @ 8 VDC
Each battery has a capacity of 240 mAh @ 4 VDC and from the graph of capacity vs OCV, it will have a capacity loss of 20% after eight years storage at 55 °C.
My circuit can work at minimum voltage of 5.7 VDC
Hence, I would like to know how much current is consumed from the IC and the self-discharge of the batteries during the eight years storage.
Will the batteries be able to operate my circuit after eight years?