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    Default Nobo Heater NiMH replacement battery

    Hi all
    I have pulled about a Nobo Panel Heater E4EU123 - 097A1X
    and found the NiMH battery on the board has been fried.

    I have pulled the tabs off the battery and found the code 39H but cannot find what size volt or mAh this is for an equivalent replacement

    If anyone can please help that would be appreciated

    Nobo are hopeless and want me to buy a $150 full replacement board for a $5 battery !!

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    view images via these links





    Last edited by macedonranges; 17-02-20 at 05:05 PM.

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    '39H' suggests 40mah ->

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotnot View Post
    '39H' suggests 40mah ->
    Perfect - that looks like them
    How can I be sure it is only 1.2 VOLTS

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    There should be a part number starting with CR. eg CR3032. Most likely 3.2V.

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    guessing i would say it is 3.2 v just go to the supermarket battery stand and get a cr3032 solder a couple of wires on it and stick it in volts and amps dont matter that much as its just to hold the memory when theres no power on it if its works cover it with some gladwrap and forget it , job done
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    Quote Originally Posted by macedonranges View Post
    Perfect - that looks like them
    How can I be sure it is only 1.2 VOLTS
    Measure voltage at connection pads with power on (that is, I take it the unit turns on but has no display due to battery?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by macedonranges View Post
    Perfect - that looks like them
    How can I be sure it is only 1.2 VOLTS
    Because all NiMH or NiCad cells are 1.2V nominal.
    This is not a CR type Li-Ion, please ignore the comments that say otherwise.
    Last edited by Uncle Fester; 18-02-20 at 10:04 AM.
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    Thanks Uncle Fester
    Pretty much what Battery World told me when I ordered it as Master instruments wouldnt supply direct
    Unit needs to be made - but cheaper than replacing the whole board as Nobo wanted me to do for $150 !!

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    So something like this.



    Wagner Electronics - Sydney's Electronic Super Store
    84-90 Parramatta Rd, Summer Hill NSW 2130
    Phone(+61) 02 9798 9233
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Dave View Post
    So something like this.



    Wagner Electronics - Sydney's Electronic Super Store
    84-90 Parramatta Rd, Summer Hill NSW 2130
    Phone(+61) 02 9798 9233
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