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Re: how to use a motorola battery maintenance system
We are unable to find a user manual posted online. The Motorola part number is 6880309J85 you should be able to get one from your local Motorola dealer for $15 or under. (If not, post again and we will help you purchase one.)
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The battery is readily available online or through any Motorola 2-way radio dealer. You can use part number NTN8971 or NNTN4190 NiMH battery. The phone should also accommodate 4 AA batteries instead of the NiMH battery. (Be certain to never try charging the phone with the AA batteries inside, as it is not designed to do this.)
The wall charger part number NTN1680 is listed as being no longer available from Motorola Solutions. However, during a Google search it appears several vendors still have these available for just over $7 US dollars.
The i550 was a primary phone used in the iDEN Nextel system. It operates on 800 MHz and likely needs to be connected to a system to work. I do not know if it will work as a 2-way radio without being connected to a system. The type of system these were used on has been completely or for the most part shut down. According to this article it will be completely shut down by June 2013. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9227557/Sprint_to_shut_down_Nextel_iDEN_network_next_year
Basic instructions: When you have the battery, in the appropriate cup/adapter of your BMS WPLN4079 charger, wait for any sporatic activity on the screen to cease (there is usually a little number jumping from dropping the battery in), then press the analyze (or condition) button. Now your battery will cycle for anywhere from 1 to 4 hours. When it is done you will see a number representing the mAH on the screen. You take this number and divide it by the mAH capacity of the battery. This will tell you how good your battery is. 70% and above is acceptable. Anything below 70% you should consider replacement.
Conditioning your batteries once per month is usually sufficient. Rechargeable batteries have a two year life expectancy. With reconditioning on a monthly basis you can usually get up to 3 years out of a battery, if it is treated well.
You can read the date code on a Motorola battery by find a 3 or 4 digit number on the battery. The first number(s) are the year and the last two digits are the week of the year. Example 1130 or 130 would be 2011 the 30th week.
We are unable to find a user manual posted online. The Motorola part number is 6880309J85 you should be able to get one from your local Motorola dealer or online for $15 or under. Best regards.
Cycle test sees how many charge cycles a battery has left in it. The average number of charge/discharge cycles of a new battery is: NiCd 500-700; NiMH 300-350; Li-Ion 400. (These are averages, batteries will differ.)
Analyze looks at the mAH capacity of the battery. With this number you can see what capacity the battery is still holding. (How much gas will fit in the gas tank.) You can improve this number often by running the conditioning cycle.
These are better explained in the user manual which comes with the unit. Motorola part #6880309J85.
When you have the battery, in the appropriate cup/adapter of your BMS WPLN4079 charger, wait for any sporatic activity on the screen to cease (there is usually a little number jumping from dropping the battery in), then press the analyze button. Now your battery will cycle for anywhere from 1 to 4 hours. When it is done you will see a number representing the mAH on the screen. You take this number and divide it by the mAH capacity of the battery. This will tell you how good your battery is. 70% and above is acceptable. Anything below 70% you should consider replacement.
Note: This part number is for a BMS charger, not an Impress. However, you can charge and condition impress batteries on this charger provided you have the correct cup.
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