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NEC VERSABAY IV 6-CELL SECONDARY BATTERY Using Manual

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NEC VersaBay IV
6-Cell Secondary Battery
Congratulations on purchasing an NEC
®
Versa
notebook computer! Use the VersaBay IV secondary battery in addition to the primary
battery to extend the amount of time you can run your system on battery power before
recharging.
Before installing the battery be sure to read the information in this document about:
Features
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Removing a Device from the NEC VersaBay IV Slot
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Installing the VersaBay IV Secondary Battery
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Removing the VersaBay IV Secondary Battery
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Using the Secondary Battery
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Charging the Battery
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Determining Battery Status
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General Battery Precautions
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Battery Disposal
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Battery Specifications
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following:
Keep the battery away from extreme heat.
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Keep metal objects away from the battery connector to prevent a short circuit.
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Make sure the battery is properly installed in the battery bay.
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Do not alter or disassemble the battery.
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Read any precautions printed on the battery.
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Keep the following in mind when removing or replacing a battery.
Use only the battery designed for your system in your NEC Versa notebook computer.
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Mixing other manufacturers' batteries, or using a combination of very old and new batteries
can deteriorate battery and equipment performance.
Clean the battery connector with a dry cloth when it gets dirty.
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Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
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Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. NEC is a registered trademark and Versa is a U.S.
registered trademark of NEC Corporation and/or one or more of its subsidiaries. Both are used under license. Microsoft
and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the
property of their respective owners. Printed in the U.S.A. 04/2001.
©2001 NEC Computers Inc.
®
VersaBay™ IV 6-cell secondary battery for your NEC
To prevent accidental battery ignition or explosion, adhere to the
NEC VersaBay IV 6-Cell Secondary Battery 1

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   Summary of Contents for NEC VERSABAY IV 6-CELL SECONDARY BATTERY

  • Page 1

    Keep the battery out of the reach of children. Information in this publication is subject to change without notice. NEC is a registered trademark and Versa is a U.S. registered trademark of NEC Corporation and/or one or more of its subsidiaries. Both are used under license. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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    Features The NEC VersaBay IV 6-cell secondary battery can be installed in the VersaBay IV slot, for use in addition to the primary battery. See the following figure for features. The VersaBay IV secondary battery A – Battery Connector B – Notch for Latch/Eject Lever...

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    Locate the NEC VersaBay IV release latch to the right of the VersaBay IV slot. Flip the latch to the open position. Align the battery in the NEC VersaBay IV slot and push it in until it fits securely into the bay.

  • Page 4: Charging The Battery

    For directions on getting a detailed battery status, see the section, “Determining Battery Status.” Determining Battery Status Your NEC Versa system provides tools to help you keep track of the primary and secondary battery power level. If your system is configured (default setting) to display the Power icon on the taskbar, an electrical plug appears when the system is connected to an AC power source or a battery icon displays when the system is not connected to an AC power source.

  • Page 5: Battery Disposal

    Take extra precautions to keep a leaking battery away from fire. There is a danger of ignition or explosion. Battery Disposal The VersaBay IV 6-cell secondary battery is made of lithium ion (Li-Ion). Do not place used batteries in your regular trash. The batteries must be collected, recycled, or disposed of in an environmentally approved manner.

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    819-200746-000 04/2001 *819-200746-000* 6 NEC VersaBay IV 6-Cell Secondary Battery...

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