Question about Motorola Radio Communications
I posted to your last request. The 10X uses dip switches and not the PTT to program. Here is the link again:
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can obtain a wall adapter style charger for your radio at your local Motorola dealer, or online at http://www.eradiostore.com/cart/index.php?target=products&mode=search&subcats=Y&type=extended&avail=Y&pshort=Y&pfull=Y&pname=Y&epcode=Y&q=htn8232
Sidenote: The rechargeable battery is good for about 2 to 3 years. You can tell the age of your battery by looking at the date code on the back of the battery above the stop sign. The first number is the year, the next two numbers are the week of the year. 915 would be 2009 the 15th week. (Or if very old it could be 1999 the 15th week.) A good battery, when charged will go an 8-10 hour day.
Keep both of your charge trays, replacements for these are no longer available.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
When facing the front of the radio you will find the push-to-talk (PTT)/monitor buttosn on the left side, and on the right side you will find a rubber flat which opens up from the bottom, and under the flap you will find the 2.5mm and 3.5mm jack. The bottom jack is the charge jack. OR you can also use a drop-in style charge with this radio (note there are charge contacts on the bottom of the radio.) All of this is with the thought you you have the HNN9044 or HNN9056 rechargeable NiCD battery installed
If your radio only has alkaline batteries they cannot be recharged in the radio (even if a rechargeable kind). Alkaline would require an external charger specifically made for the alkaline batteries.
Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/DistanceDPS_User_Manual_E.pdf
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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