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Fujitsu Amilo PI 3560, Pi 3660, Li 3710 (ML1220-WRS) CMOS RTC Battery

Fujitsu Amilo PI 3560, Pi 3660 CMOS RTC Battery*

Type: Lithium Aluminium Alloy - Manganese Dioxide. Voltage: 3.0V. Capacity: 16 mAh.

Length of Flex: 60 mm. Height: 2.0 mm. Diameter: 12 mm.

Price: 13.99 each. (13.50 if you buy two or more). Postage and packing included.

Functional replacement for: AHL03001416, 34033812, Varta ML1220-WRS, Sanyo ML1220-WRS, Panasonic ML1220-WRS, ML1220-MA1.

Compatible Models: Fujitsu Amilo PI 3560, Fujitsu Amilo Pi 3660, Fujitsu Amilo PI3560, Fujitsu Amilo Pi3660, Fujitsu Amilo LI 3710.

Comments:
This small battery is commonly used in some Fujitsu Amilo SERIES laptop computers. Our battery is a replacement for the AHL03001416, 34033812 CMOS battery mentioned. This battery can be used in many Fujitsu Amilo SERIES laptop computers that use a 3.0 Volt rechargeable clock battery with a twin flex and connector and, with a capacity of 16 mAh, happily substitutes for similar batteries with lower capacities of, for example, 14 mAh. 

Note that this ML1220-WRS replacement CMOS battery has the wrong connector for Acer laptops. For Asus, Acer and Benq laptop computers, click here.............

Our ML1220-WRS replacement CMOS battery comprises:

CMOS & Clock Backup batteries perform an important function when the power is turned off; the CMOS battery maintains the time and date, thus insuring their accuracy when the system is once again restarted. Also important, the battery saves the computers BIOS set-up configuration, so the system can be efficiently rebooted once it is switched on again. For example, the computer knows what type of hard drive it is booting from etc. These batteries are variously known as CMOS batteries, Real Time Clock (RTC) batteries, PRAM batteries or simply internal batteries.

In most cases, replacement of the CMOS battery is an easy task. It is simply a matter of locating the battery on the computer's motherboard, removing it and plugging in a new one.


* Actual manufacturer may vary depending upon availability

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