|Re: HP 12C|
Message #6 Posted by blurdybloop on 20 Oct 2005, 2:19 a.m.,
in response to message #5 by Gerson W. Barbosa
I checked my (2005 production) HP-12c and indeed it takes a CR2032.
For older HP 10 series calculators, HP lists any of the following as being suitable:
Eveready (or UCAR) A76 (alkaline), 357 (silver oxide)
RAY-O-VAC RW82 (alkaline), RS76 or RW42 (silver oxide)
National (or Panasonic) LR44 (alkaline)
Duracell MS76 or 10L14 (silver oxide)
Varta 4276 (alkaline), 541 (silver oxide)
I don't know if you have Radio Shack stores in Brazil; they are ubiquitous in North America. Radio Shack catalog number 23-104 is a type 303 silver oxide battery which is listed as a substitute for: Type A, WS14, SB-A9, GS14, 9, 521, EPX77, 8002, 303, 1130SO, SR44, D303, D357, SP303, V303, SR44SW.
The Radio Shack batteries themselves are stamped Energizer and either 303 or 357/303.