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Inspiron and Latitude Battery Part Numbers

Li-ion 14.8V, 4460mAh battery

Inspiron 2500, 3700, 3800, 4000, 4100, 4150, 8000, 8100, 8200 notebooks and Latutude CP, CPi, CPiA, CPiD, CPiR, CPt, CPtC, CPtS, CPtV, CPxH, CPxJ, C600, C610, C640, C800, C810, C840 notebooks
Part No. 1J433, 2U265, 3K105, 4K085, 4K087, 4M778, 6M928, 8T993
Can also be used to replace: 1691P, 3149C, 5081P, 53977, 75UYF

Li-ion 14.8V, 4460mAh, 66 Whr

Li-ion 14.8V, 3800mAh battery

Inspiron 2500 Series, Inspiron 3700 Series, Inspiron 3800 Series, Inspiron 4000 Series, Inspiron 8000 Series, Latitude C Series, Latitude CP Series, Latitude CPi Series, Latitude CPx Series
Part No. 1691P, 312-0009, 312-3250, 3149C, 5081P, 5208U, 53977, 66912, 75UYF, 3H625, 851UY, 01J433

Li-ion 14.8V, 3800mAh

Li-ion 14.4V, 3600mAh battery

Inspiron 3000, Inspiron 3000 M233ST, Inspiron 3000 M266XT, Inspiron 3200 Series
Part No. 55506, 56535, F1045A

Li-ion 14.4V, 3600mAh

Li-ion 10.8V, 4500mAh battery

Inspiron 3500 Series
Part No. 312-001, 3932D

Li-ion 10.8V, 4500mAh

Li-ion 14.4V, 5400mAh battery

Inspiron 7000 Series, Inspiron 7500
Part No. 2941E, 312-0508, 6171R, 7491, 8649R, 8823E, 9943E, BAT-30IL, F1450A, 2523T, 5353E

Li-ion 14.4V, 5400mAh

Li-ion 11.1V, 2800mAh battery

Latitude Ls Series
Part No. 4834T, 942RV, 2834T

Li-ion 11.1V, 2800mAh

Li-Ion 10.8 V, 5400 mAh battery

Latitude LM, LMP Series
Part No. 98303, 97682,5821

Li-Ion 10.8 V, 5400 mAh

NiMH 12.0 V, 2500 mAh battery

Latitude LX-Series
Part No. 501484-001, 32499

NiMH 12.0 V, 2500 mAh


Types of battery

NiMH = Nickel Metal Hydride, a newer type of rechargeable battery. Offers higher capacities and improved performance over NiCad. Less prone to the memory effect than NiCd, but can still suffer if treated incorrectly.

Li-ion = The lastest type of rechargeable battery. Lighter in weight and can offer higher capacities over NiMH. Can only be used in laptops that are designed for them.

Tips for Extending Battery Life

Cycle your battery
If you have a laptop with NiMH batteries, allow them to completely discharge before recharging them. If you are going to use your laptop for extended periods of time on AC power, remove your battery altogether and store it in a discharged state. This does not apply to Li-ion batteries as they are unaffected.

Turn the brightness and contrast-control down as far as you can stand it. Use in black & white mode when possible.

Turn off and/or Remove unneeded components
Turn off internal/external modems when not in use. Leaving your PC card modem plugged in can reduce your effective battery time by up to 25%. Remove PCMCIA cards when not in use.

Charging your battery
Once you have started charging the battery pack, do not use it until it is fully charged.

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