What is the number of the HP-97 battery charger?



#4

Hello,

I have a HP97, but I do not know which of my AC/DC adaptors that work with it, so if anybody can help me? It is a Swedish standard 220 V adapter since that is what comes out from the wall...

Secondly, is there anyone who can give me information about the specifications for the batteries? Or perhaps sell me a set.'

Thanks in advance!
/Matti


#5

You can use the HP 82066B european charger for the 67, 97 & 41 (tape and printer):

Input 220V 50Hz
Output 8V 3W

#6

Look in your e-mail.

Iñigo
Spain


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