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banshee Electronic 15V Battery - Replacement for Eveready 504 - Neda 220

Item# SPM8239648002 | Model# 504A-220A-T1 | Added on December 17, 2014 |
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banshee Electronic 15V Battery - Replacement for Eveready 504 - Neda 220
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Type: Alkaline | Voltage: 15V |Amperage: 60mAh | Length: 34.9 mm | Diameter: 15.1 The A220/504A (Eveready 504 or NEDA 220) battery is Alkaline and cylindrical. It is the perfect replacement for the hard to find Eveready 504. The original Eveready 504 is Carbon Zinc and a rounded-off square in cross section (Height: 34.9 mm, Length: 15.1 mm, Width: 15.9 mm). This Alkaline A220/504A battery is a fine replacement. Also Known As: 10F15, 220, 220A, 2500, 504, 504A, 74, A220, A504, B154, BA332/U, BA332U, BLR154, DH554, DRY1720, E504, GP220, KA74, M504, MN154, Y10, TR149, V74PX, W10, W10E The Morini CM84E and CM84EL free pistols have a light-emitting diode in the trigger guard assembly which will only allow the pistol to fire if the light beam is blocked by the presence of a finger on the trigger. The down-side is that battery consumption is increased by having the light-emitting diode turned on all of the time, so ensure that you shut the switch off, or you will drain your A220/504A battery. Compatibility 10F15, 220, 220A, 2500, 504, 504A, 74, A220, A220/504A, A504, B154, BA332, BA332U, BLR154, DH554, DRY1720, E504, GP220, KA74, M504, MN154, TR149, U, V74PX, W10, W10E, Y10 Avo: METER MODEL 71, METER MODEL 73 Bang & Olufsen: BEOSYSTEM 2400, BEOSYSTEM 6000, BEOSYSTEM 6002 Feinwerkbau: MODEL 90 (FWB 90) Fox: MICRON P ALARM Gossen: SIXTRON EXPOSURE METER Minox: AG-1 FLASH GUN Morini: 162E, 162EI, CM84E, CM84EL BC-7 FLASH UNIT Polaroid: 202 FLASH GUN Rollei: ... read more
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