Thanks for your reply Dave.the HE2 has more capacity than the normal CR2032 but since the Trinity came out in the 90's and you're just replacing the battery there should be no reason why the CR2032 won't suffice. You should get 5 years at least out of CR2032. If you put in a battery holder the replacement would take only a few minutes every 5 years.
Battery holders could be vertical or horizontal. Open up the Trinity and see what makes sense. I'm guessng the Trinity's battery is soldered to the board; you'd have to carefully unsolder the battery from the board and then solder in the battery holder. You might want to have a tech do this; too hot of a soldering iron could disrupt other components on the board. Better to let a professional do it for you and then from that point forward swapping out the battery could be done by you.
if you want to tackle the job yourself google "battery holder for cr2032"
Never mind; I didn't realise that there are holes in the PCB to accommodate the installation of a standard CR2032 socket.
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