No. Replacement of the battery pack in the Impulse 6000D/7000DP requires disassembly of the unit. Impulse 6000D/7000DP owners who send their units to a Fluke Biomedical Authorized Service Center for periodic calibration may want to consider requesting replacement of the battery pack as preventative maintenance, which can be performed for a nominal charge.
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