Battery Information Web Pages

Rob Dunn dunnr at IX.NETCOM.COM
Mon Aug 2 09:33:29 EDT 1999

Hi All,

While trying to find out what battery I needed for an old B&K VOM I stumbled
across a couple of web pages that I thought might be of general interest.

First is the Eveready Tech Data web page at .
Lots of good information here and if Eveready still makes it you will find
data for it here.  Interesting to note that there are still lots of higher
voltage batteries available (in carbon-zinc, no energizer bunny for

Second is a Denver, Colorado company called Car-Go that has an Eveready
Product Listing that has an exhaustive cross-reference listing that includes
popular battery manufacutuers, the generic number such as "U10", and most
interestingly the military part number such as "BA331/U"  To get there go to , select "products" and then "Eveready".  There are
six pages of Eveready listings and to get to the next one from the one you
are on you have to click the little energizer battery logo at the upper
right hand corner of each web page.

Thanks to all who replied to my request for info about the battery for my
B&K 120 VOM.  With you help I figured out that I needed a U10 15 volt
battery, Eveready No. 411.

Las Vegas

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