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Rechargeable Battery, Fluke 190/430 Series, Single Cell, Nickel Metal Hydride

BP190 - Rechargeable Battery, Fluke 190/430 Series, Single Cell, Nickel Metal Hydride

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Manufacturer:
FLUKE FLUKE
Manufacturer Part No:
BP190
Newark Part No.:
93B7966
Product Range
Fluke 190/430 Series
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Nickel Metal Hydride
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Fluke 190 & 190C Series ScopeMeter and 430 Series Power Quality Analysers
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Fluke 190/430 Series
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A rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery pack for use with a variety of Fluke instruments.

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FLUKE - BP190 - RECHARGEABLE NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE-NIMH BATTERY PACK, FLUKE SCOPEMETER 3 5 4 4
Fluke BP190 RECHARGEABLE NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE-NIMH BATTERY PACK, FLUKE SCOPEMETER; Battery Technology:Nickel Metal Hydride; For Use With:Fluke 190 Series Hand Held Oscilloscopes & 430 Series Power Quality Analyzers; Features:NiMH, 3.5Ah, 7.2V ;RoHS Compliant: NA May 26, 2015
Fluke BP190 Easy to use website and find what I needed. Good price and customer service. Came quickly. March 26, 2015
Poor Quality!!! I have had the Fluke Scopemeter for 4 years now, it is in constant use as well, it works really very very well, however the battery is another issue, I have had 2 batteries now in 4 years!!!! I suspect that there is a higher than normal current drain on the unit when switched off and unplugged. Battery voltage was 2 volts!!!!! This is after only 10 days of no use!!!! I cycle the battery charge regularly!!! I will try and aftermarket unit next!!! April 19, 2013
Poor Quality!!! I have had the Fluke Scopemeter for 4 years now, it is in constant use as well, it works really very very well, however the battery is another issue, I have had 2 batteries now in 4 years!!!! I suspect that there is a higher than normal current drain on the unit when switched off and unplugged. Battery voltage was 2 volts!!!!! This is after only 10 days of no use!!!! I cycle the battery charge regularly!!! I will try and aftermarket unit next!!! April 19, 2013
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kindly provide me information about the connector of above mentiond battery.
what is function of four wires that connected the battery with main board.
kindly tell me briefly about the function of these wires
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The wires support for the charging circuit and supply voltage. Fluke purchase BP190 battery from Panasonic and Fluke don't offer the connector.
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