BTW it is for a Memorymoog ( sorry - only had it stated in the title).
Yes, and it was my stupid question,- sorry.
While quoting, I was looking in a box for the batteries I got because these were in their original package w/ the details printed,- and I forgot the title of the post.
and yes it is a yellow panasonic battery. Haven't opened it up recently to check for specific part number and such as I was hoping to have this in hand before doing so. Thanks again.
Iīm sure my batteries will work for you and your Memorymoog too.
At that time, all the synths used these batteries.
Actually, I have an empy one, also yellow and Panasonic, in my hands.
If you read the printing on the battery in the Memorymog, I must be:
Do not recharge
There arenīt Pt.Nos on te battery itself,- these are only on the DigiKey sticker of the plastic bag.
If you visit DigiKey website, just enter the DigiKey Pt.No..
The batteries work for Oberheim Xpander, Prophet 5, Roland MKS80 and 70 too.
Most important for you is to find out if the battery in your Memorymoog has flat soldering lugs or round pin-type ones.
The part I recommended in the former post has the round pin-types and the empty one here in my hands has flat ones.
So, if you need the flat soldering lugs, the DigiKey Pt.No. might be slightly differernt.
Technically, the batteries are the same, but having the right lugs makes exchange easier.
These batteries also exist w/o any soldering lugs, in the case you have a battery holder in the Memorymoon.