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batteries for HP 10C
Message #1 Posted by Thomas Zumbrock on 28 July 2002, 12:29 a.m.

Hi!

Im looking for the needed batteriy type aof an HP 10C calculator. Is there anybody arounf, who can gove me the appropriate information?

Greetings Thomas

      
Re: batteries for HP 10C
Message #2 Posted by Ellis Easley on 28 July 2002, 12:54 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Thomas Zumbrock

If you mean the Voyager series like the 11, 12, 15, and 16C, it uses 3 button cells, either the LR44 alkaline type or the SR44 silver oxide type which last much longer than the alkaline. There are some details and alternate numbers in the Museum "Collector's Corner" section:

http://www.hpmuseum.org/collect.htm#batts

            
Re: batteries for HP 10C
Message #3 Posted by thibaut.be on 28 July 2002, 7:07 a.m.,
in response to message #2 by Ellis Easley

Indeed, all "44" batteries do the job...

For European collectors : most of you know that I work in the watches business. I can supply (by box of 10, indivudually sealed) RENATA 357 (equivalent to 44, Swiss made) batteries for 12.57. This is "my" purchase price, so I make no money on this. This price is far down below retail price in Europe that is awfull for batteries...


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