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Topic # 183638 24-Oct-2015 12:11
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CMOS battery for Acer Veriton L460

Just wondering where to get these from in Auckland: http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/32016070/aview/RevoCR2032CL-3-3V.jpg


Found: http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=SEVOEM0126&name=Laptop-CMOS-Battery - might do the trick?

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  Reply # 1413314 24-Oct-2015 21:15
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The 2032 is one of the most common batteries for computer equipment.

 

 

Normally, you would just get the 2032 itself as a bare cell about the same size as a $2 coin.

 

 

As such you can get then anywhere for a couple of bucks.

 

 

Can you get the battery out of that yellow housing?

 

 

If so, it should be cheap as chips. If not, the PB tech job looks like what you want.

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  Reply # 1413315 24-Oct-2015 21:20
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The one from pbtech will do the trick.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1413316 24-Oct-2015 21:25
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jpoc: The 2032 is one of the most common batteries for computer equipment. Normally, you would just get the 2032 itself as a bare cell about the same size as a $2 coin. As such you can get then anywhere for a couple of bucks. Can you get the battery out of that yellow housing? If so, it should be cheap as chips. If not, the PB tech job looks like what you want.



Wow that is allot for a bit of heatshrink and 2 wires!
http://www.jaycar.co.nz/Power-Products-Electrical/Storage-Batteries/Cordless-Phone-%26-Specialty/CR2032-VC---3V-PCB-Mounting-Lithium-coin-battery/p/SB1762

 cut the wires then solder them onto that and seal it all up... job done!



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