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Can I Buy This Motorola HNN9628A Two Way Radio Battery?

I need a hnn9628 battery for my motorola GP series two way radio replacement battery,then i search around the website,i don't know which battery on-line store site i 'll is OK?

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Buy original, if you have to much money. Buy OEM chineese, if you need a resonable price. There is no equivalent quality improvement compared to the higher price

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Re: Can I Buy This Motorola HNN9628A Two Way Radio...

You could buy this battery just make sure is original, you can find non original batteries but I strongly recomend to use an original Motorola Battery.

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Extending the battery life?


You have a Motorola CP-680, so that's the Make/Model of the radio.

You haven't informed me as to the type of battery you have powering the set. Is it a battery pack?, is it battery cells and if so what type of cells....AA or AAA? or whether it's a rechargeable type, i.e,. Nicad, Lithium, NMh, this info is required so we can quickly provide the answer, Having said all that, I'll do something I don't like doing, and take a guess....

Because it's a GP series radio, It may in fact be a battery pack, therefore it will either be NiCad or Li-ion. That being the case, you must have a battery charger that came with your radio. If you have a NiCad battery Pack, that is the culprit, as these batteries retain memory between each charge, and unless you completely drain all power from them, before recharging, you will not be getting a fully charged battery, as these will only top up the charge from the previous charge, if you follow my drift.

Better to buy Li-ion battery pack specific to your radio, as these don't have a memory issue, these are available on ebay for a reasonable price.

I hope you've understood my explanation, and that my advice has been useful.


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How to open my motorola gp 300 battery

The battery pack for the GP300 radio is a factory sealed unit. There are no user maintainable parts. Sorry!

If you are wanting to remove the battery from the radio, look along the sides of the radio near the top. There is a spring-loaded tab on each side. These need pulled down and held while you slide the battery down and off the back of the radio.

Best regards.

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I am in need of two batteries for my GP 300 hand held radio`s.

The best price I found for your batteries is on eBay. Here's a link to a current listing:

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I recently purchased a couple of second hand Motorola Two-Way Radio DP3601 which are programed to 10 channels. How can I reprogram them or reset each to factor settings

Sorry to report there is [ No ] Reset line on a GP300
as what one might want to see on a Computer.

So long as you have a stable programming computer
platform to work from, you should be able to restore
the radio by Cloning one radio to the other. The radios
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There are some other proceedures, but much more
complex to detail here....

If you can hunt down the GP tools , that may be able
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I have all motorola Radio software and want to swish with MTS2000

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Motorola gp-68 low battery beeps comes on too soon

I'm not sure that you can manually reset the low voltage threshold on your radio. Most of Motorola radio use programming software to turn on/off low battery beep and many other features. Everything is done by software.


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Problem off,on

First, check the battery and radio terminals. Is everything in place and clean?

There should be 3 terminals on the radio and 6 on the battery. The battery terminals of interest are the bottom 3.

Clean them all with a small flat screwdriver or similar and then give them all a damn good soaking with Brasso or any liquid metal cleaning liquid. wipe off with cotton wool buds or a clean rag.

If the problem persists, its probably the battery itself.
When cold, it affects the internal chemistry of the battery. This can make a poor and tired battery fail early.

Does the same thing happen in the warm?

Get thee to Ebay and purchase a new battery. Its probably not what you wanted to hear, but they really are quite cheap and will last for years if looked after.

P.S. Run the radio until the battery is flat. Do a full charge. And i mean a FULL charge! Then run the radio until flat. Do this 3 or 4 times and the battery might perk up a little!


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On a Motorola charger, when the battery is charging the light should be a constant red (or amber depending on the charger). When the charge cycle is complete the light will change to solid green. Sometimes the solid green time is brief, as the battery will begin to lose charge, and the charger will go back into trickle mode and change once again to red (or amber). In most cases, a flashing light indicates a problem, such as a bad or shorted battery, an incorrectly seated battery, dirty battery contacts, or a bad connection with the battery. (Note: Batteries last 18-24 months typically. Check your date code for the age of the battery.)

There were several chargers made for the GP360, including but not limited to a 60-minute charger, a 90-minute charger, a 10-hour trickle charger and a 6-unit gang charger which would be a rapid rate, either 60- or 90- minute. If you would supply your charger's model number we could tell you which one you have.

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Is the price of this Motorola Hnn9008a two way radio battery too high?

You will find this batteris for $60 or less depends on the dealer, I strongly recomend to buy original Motorola Bateries, I have seen some troubles with radios when are using cheap batteries.

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