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What is the voltage and number of the battery for a Tasco red dot Propoint PDP2

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The battery that is supposed to be used in there is the cr1/3n sometimes called cr13n.
It is a 3 volt lithium battery. 11mm Height x 11.6mm Diameter

In a pinch some folks have had success using 2 stacked lr44 batteries which are the same diameter, but half the height and half the voltage.

You should use the lithium battery.

Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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Tasco's Contact Information is here

Thier website didnt have an information on scopes that old that i could see. however if you contact them im sure they would know what size the battery needs to be, and would be happy to refer you to a place to purchase them (if not a product they themselves supply)

NOTE Tasco is a European company residing in Spain Madrid. You may be asked to send it overseas to be identified? (worst case scenario) if this is the case be sure to purchase a number of batteries for the device to make it somewhat cost effective

:) (I couldnt find the battery type as i dont know exactly what scope you have :(

Brad

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