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Hello,

Non rechargeable (AAA, AA, D, C) batteries are 1,5 V.
Rechargeable batteries of the above types are 1,2 V.

But it will not make a difference using them, except maybe that the rechargeable ones drain sooner than the alkaline ones.

Hope it helps

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

  • k24674 Dec 25, 2009

    The HP 19 BII requires small 1.5 V batteries. Equivalent model numbers are MN9100, E90, LR1. The Duracell model is labeled MEDICAL

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Batteries are 1.5 volt.

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