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8568b Battery

Question asked by zl1kmn on Oct 29, 2007
Latest reply on Nov 27, 2007 by mmazooji
I have a 8568b spectrum analyzer. The battery is empty, so I have to replace them.
There is a 3 AA (joined) Lithium batteries in a separate case, not as in documentation, on A15 board. No voltages labeled, just the part number:

Could somebody recommend me a replacement? Usually lithium batteries are 3.6V, but I am afraid, my ones are 1.5V, so it gives 4.5V.

May I just try it install a 3.6V one, and lets see, how it works? Does
capacity and max current matter?