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136 – Battery Pack Instructions – BAT100

The BAT100 is a sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery pack and recharger designed to operate with the MP100 system. The battery pack comes in a handy carrying case equipped with a shoulder strap. The fully charged battery pack will operate an MP100 system for up to 48 hours. The battery pack can be recharged only when disconnected from the MP100. The BAT100 includes all necessary cables.

Effective June 2011, the BAT100A replaces the BAT100;
see the MP Hardware Guide for BAT100A details.

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