"N" cells



#2

Are the "N" cells used in other HP calculators than the 41 series? Are they "LR1" compatible?

Thanks!

Luis


#3

The HP-28C and HP-28S (among other 'clamshell' series
machines) do also take "N" size cell, and yes, they are
equivalent to "LR1".


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