[AH] Does mAh value matter on a memory backup battery?

From M V
Sent Thu, Jan 23rd 2014, 20:33

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I'm looking to replace a memory backup battery on a synth. The original was=
 a 3.6V 100mAh battery=2C but the available mAh values for new ones are 80 =
and 150. I'm guessing that such a small difference won't matter=2C but am u=
nsure whether it's better to shoot high or low.

thanks=2C

Matt


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