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Cell Batteries: GP192 - Where to get?

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Lord-Data, Aug 8, 2004.

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  1. Lord-Data

    Lord-Data Guest

    Anyone know a common source for these cell type batteries? (GP192)

    Searching jarcar and DSE websites finds no matches .. a even a google
    australia search turns up nothing .. need 4 of em for a laser point combo
    pen thats gone dead..

    Thanks in advance!

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  2. Pippa

    Pippa Guest

    You don't give away very much information on the battery!

    What size is it?
    What type of battery? I assume it is probably a silver oxide cell...
    Manufacturer?
    Voltage?
    Is it a single cell or a pack?


    I have looked in the and the Altronics, Radio Parts, Dick Smith and Jaycar
    catalogues, with no luck...

    Different battery manufacturers use different type numbers for equivalent
    batteries, so often you need to look at the back of the Eveready /
    Duracell / Energiser battery cards to see if the type number is listed.
    Failing to find an equivalent listed that way is not the end of the earth,
    you can usually find them using dimensions and voltage......

    Good Luck

    Pip
     
  3. Mike

    Mike Guest

    AG3, G3, G3A, LR736, L736, SR41, 192, V36A, 392, 392A are all equivalents
    for the GP192. You'll find them everywhere under one of these numbers...
     
  4. Lord-Data

    Lord-Data Guest

    Very small cell battery .. out of a laser pointer..

    About .7 of a cm across, says "Alkaline Cell", and thats it on the top of
    it. No brand name or even voltage details. Its a single cell.
     
  5. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

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