What Battery Goes Into My Remote?

What Battery Goes Into My Remote?

The 1-channel and 15-channel handheld remotes take a CR2450 coin cell battery.
Push 5 remote takes a CR2430 coin cell battery.
Other remotes and switches take different batteries as is appropriate.

High End CR2450 Coin Cell Replacement Battery Button Cell Batteries
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