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Is fv500/600 charger suitable for fv800r radio. is kebt 071 b nimh battery suits the above radio

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Yes, it should be the same charger.

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I have a UniRoss X-Press 300 charger which takes 4 Nicad AA Batteries. I want to be able to charge sealed Battery Pack of 4.8 V. How can I do it with this charger?


You can't as the charger has bad cell detection so the charger most likely has individual circuits for each cell so wont work as a charger for 4 cells in series (such as your 4.8V pack for instance). You need to obtain a charger suitable for 4.8V NiCd battery packs. Assuming your battery pack is for a specific device there would be a dedicated charger available for it Alterntively there are a number of multi-voltage chargers available that will do the job. I don't know what country you are in or what capacity (mAh) the battery pack is so I'm going to assume it's less than 1000mAh or not much more. A globally available charger that will most likely suit is the Ansmann ACS110 I've linked a supplier in Australia but they are also available in most other countries. The only issue you have if you get one is how to connect to your battery pack. Assuming the included plugs may not be suitable then alligator leads & other output connectors that maybe suitable are generally available from places like Jaycar, Radio Shack etc.

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Know the Disadvantages of Each Two Way Radio Battery?


Li-ion Lithium ion batteries amount conspicuously added than added two way radio batteries, and at the aforementioned time they are beneath abiding and added chemically volatile. Also, Li-ion batteries crave their own chargers (NiCd and NiMH batteries can generally use the aforementioned charger) and at abounding ability can irreversibly lose amid 5-20% of their accumulator accommodation annually.

NiCd The capital disadvantage of a nickel cadmium array is its susceptibility to "memory effect," acceptation that the array gradually loses its accommodation for abounding recharging if it is again recharged afore its accommodation has been absolutely drained. Because of this, nickel-based batteries (both NiCd and NiMH) are almost aerial maintenance. Also, the cadmium in NiCd batteries is toxic.

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Is it ok to use new NiMH battery packs with the original charging base?


Absolutely. NiMH batteries are direct replacements for Nicads - in use and in charging.

Dec 10, 2010 | Motorola T5410 (14 Channels) 2-Way Radio

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I have a pair of sp10 and having trouble charging them and the batteries are new and when i put them in the charger i have to turn them on for the chargeing light to come on is this normal or are the...


You do not mention if you are using a wall plug charger, or a drop-in charger. We will give troubleshooting tips for both. To answer your question: If the light comes on and stays on, on the charger your charger is good. You have a radio or battery problem.

Wall Charger:
The light on the HTN8232 wall charger should come on and stay on when plugged into the radio, with the radio turned off. The fact the light comes on when the radio is turned on indicates your batteries are either no good, too low to charge, or you have a battery contact problem.
Solutions: 1) Clean your battery contacts with a pencil eraser.
2) Be certain the batteries are installed correctly.
3) Check your battery date code (three digit number on back of battery above the stop sign. First number is year, next two numbers are the week of the year. Batteries last about 2 years.)
4) Check to see your new batteries are NiCd batteries. The wall charger method is not compatible with NiMH batteries.
5) Try a charged battery from another radio and see if the charger light comes on and stays on with a different battery.

Drop-In Charger:
If you are using a drop-in charger, you would be using the above listed HTN8232 wall plug charger plugged into the tray. Here are some possible solutions for the drop-in charger:
1) Clean the exterior battery contacts with a pencil eraser.
2) Check to see if the wall charger will work when plugged directly into the radio.
3) If the charge capability of the radio seems compromised, take the battery out of the radio and charge it alone in the drop-in charger.

NOTE: Do not use the PTT if you are turn on the radio when plugged into the charger. This will burn out components in your radio.

The SP10 radio is known to be a repairable radio. (Generally around $69 flat rate.)

Best regards.

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Wondering about a charger


The "alkaline" version of your radio uses thee "AA" batteries and is not equipped for using a charger. Don't panic though, just visit any store with an electronics department. You can pick up NiMH rechargeable batteries and a generic charger. You have to remove the batteries from the radio to charge them, but you can always keep an extra set of batteries charged and ready for use.

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Radio Reset on PPT


The Battery Pack:KEBT-071-B was memory depleted. Just Try using Alkaline Batteries and test again, if the test results OK, Memory Discharge de Battery Pack Full Discharge and them complete the charge Cycle Again until the Memory Charge error disapear, or optional Buy a new Battery Pack.

Jun 12, 2009 | Motorola T8500 Two Way Radio

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T8500 no recieve transmit vibrates when PPP is pressed


http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/T8500%20English%20only%20June5.pdf

Try checking the vibra call settings for your vibrating issue. Also, as for the radios not communicating with one another you should check the programming of the frequency, interference eliminator and the Qt filter. All radios must be identical to work together.

Apr 27, 2009 | Motorola T8500 Two Way Radio

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UNABLE TO COMMUNICATE


It is likely you have the Interference Eliminator Code (aka Private Line or PL) set differently among the 4 radios. Your T8500 has 22 built in frequencies (noted by the BIG number on your screen) and 121 selectable PL codes (noted by the small number below the BIG number on your screen). All four of your radios must match on both numbers to communicate.

Use the menu button until the code starts to flash. Use the + or - button to select the code. Once you have selected the code you can press the PTT button to lock it in; or you can press the menu button to continue programming other features.

You can find a PDF of the user manual at http://snovalleyarc.org/pdf/FRS%20Radio%20Manual.pdf

Aug 20, 2008 | Motorola T8500 Two Way Radio

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Rechargeable batteries


They are a plastic wrap of 5 aaa batteries.......if you can't find the direct replacement for those batteries, you can just make up a battery pack yourself.
The main thing when doing this is to use the same TYPE of battery. For example alot of these battery packs use NiMH or NiCD batteries. The charger that came with the radios is designed to charge this type of battery. So look at the battery pack and if it says they are NiMH bateries... pick up 5 AAA NiMH batteries... connect them in series and your set.

All you really have to do is get the same type of battery that is close to the same voltage.
So if your stuck.... just make up a battery pack.
If you had a charger for Lithium Ion batteries, I would say make the battery pack out of those type insted. They are 1.5 volts insted of the lower voltage of NiMH and other rechargeables.
The slight increase in voltage will increase the output wattage of the radio.
But again, Lithium Ions use a different type charger than NiMH.... so if you want to use the same charger.... use the same type of batteries.
Take care

Dec 01, 2007 | Radio Communications

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