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Topic # 151241 18-Aug-2014 22:06
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This RAID controller is in a reasonably flash (for it's year) server. The battery shown is not the write cache backup (this is a separate larger battery)... so what is it for, how often should it be replaced and where do I get these?

It's not a 2032, 2450 or other common lithium battery. It's chunkier and has a ridge around the top side.

The battery is 16.3mm x 6.1mm. The server is a Fujitsu Primergy RX300.

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  Reply # 1110882 18-Aug-2014 22:34
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Does it match one of the larger CR sizes eg; CR24/50? (=24mm x 5mm)

Is that a Dell server?



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  Reply # 1110887 18-Aug-2014 22:39
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gzt: Does it match one of the larger CR sizes eg; CR24/50? (=24mm x 5mm)

Is that a Dell server?


Good questions.

I've just updated the original post.

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