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Old 09-26-2011, 07:09 AM
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Sun Tach EB-7A info

I have a Sun Tachometer Transmitter model # EB-7A and would like to use it on my 12 volt 6 cylinder Chevrolet Truck. This unit seems to contain only one battery and all the information I have read shows 2 batteries...Does this model contain one or two batteries? My second question is where can I get replacement batteries.

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I have an old Sun transmitter, one battery......Trouble is, they are a mercury battery, 1.35 volts that are not available anymore.......What I used to do is put a used "AA" battery in mine....It did work, but didnt seem real accurate.


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also try

You might also try a rechargable AA battery. There 1.25 volts.
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I've heard that the new Lithium batteries work pretty well also.

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