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Need a alkaline battery tray 6 cell- for sport 10x

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SOURCE: Alkaline tray for CP200?

The alkaline tray was never offered for the CP200 style radio. Sorry.

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I can program my distance radios by holding button then turning on.but that dose not work on the 10x


Correct. The 10X by Motorola uses Dip Switches for both frequency and tone codes. Both are under the battery tray. As you look at it, the left switch which has 4 dip switches is the frequency. On the right is the tone board with 8 switches. You can match the Motorola Distance radios if you have the settings. The 10X has a lot fewer frequencies and tones to choose from. Try this link:
http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/DistanceDPS_User_Manual_E.PDF

Nov 30, 2014 | Radio Communications

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TalkAbout Distance Charging & Battery Options


The Motorola TalkAbout Distance and Distance DPS radios have a rechargeable NiCd battery pack (HNN9056 and/or HNN9044). Use of this battery pack is the best method for powering the radio. This type of battery pack has a 18-24 month life expectancy. You can determine the age of your battery from the date code on the back of the battery above the stop sign. The first digit is the year and the next two are the week of the year. Ex: 919 would read 2009 the 19th week.

The DPS model came with both a NiCd battery tray and an Alkaline battery tray. While the NiCd battery pack is the best option for fully powering your radio, along with being the most economical option, in a pinch or when charging is not available the 6 Alkaline batteries will power the radio for up to 18 hours. Note: Replacement battery trays are no longer available, it is advisable to keep both trays. If one fails, you will have the other as a backup.

The TalkAbout Distance is a repairable radio. The consumer replaceable parts are the NiCd battery pack, belt clip, antenna and charger.

on May 06, 2009 | Motorola Talkabout Distance DPS (10...

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Need battery tray for motorola sport 10 x


Unfortunately, the battery trays for this Sport 10X radio, Sport 7X and the later model TalkAbout Distance DPS are no longer available. In our repair facility we often get requests for these battery trays, and as a dealer we have not been able to get them for several years. Your best option is finding a used parts radio somewhere like ebay. In some instances the original tray can be fixed if you still have it.
Best regards.

Feb 20, 2014 | Motorola Talkabout Distance DPS (10...

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Alkaline tray for CP200?


The alkaline tray was never offered for the CP200 style radio. Sorry.

Feb 08, 2014 | Motorola CP200 Two Way Radio

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I have a Motorola Sport 10 2-way radio. I would like an alkaline battery tray.


No longer available. Watching for a parts radio on ebay is your best bet.

Nov 14, 2013 | Motorola Radio Communications

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I have a pair of walkie talkies, rechargable, but one of them wont work with the battery pack. Both battery packs work in the other one, but this one will only work with 5 AAA batteries. Any ideas out


If your rechargeable battery pack takes a different battery tray than the alkaline, you possibly have a bad connection in the battery tray. If they appear to use the same battery contacts, look at where the rechargeable battery touches compared to the alkaline. There may be a problem in this area. Clean all contacts with a pencil eraser to insure your radio is free of debris on the contacts.

Best regards.

Feb 24, 2012 | Columbia Telecommunications Group Radio...

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I have an older model Motorola sport 10X radio that has two pin connection. I tried several of the Motorola two pin accessories but the pins are too far apart. Are there any adapters available?


You might try contacting the people at http://www.wirelesspro.com/. They seem to have a variety of accessories for the Motorola Spirit and TalkAbout line of radios. The Sport 10X was a predecessor to the TalkAbout Distance DPS.

Otherwise, you might check with your local Radio Shack. It is possible they might have a 1-pin device which might work with the Sport 10X. On some audio devices the second pin is only for stability. The main thing which would make a difference is size, length and placement of rings.

Best regards.

Jan 04, 2011 | Motorola 2 Pin Adapter 2-Way Radio

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Need battery tray for motorola dps radio


[This is not a solution, but a commentary on the need for a tray. Please do not rate this post, as it is meant for informational purposes only.]

This is more common that you might think. The battery trays (both 6-AA Alkaline and NiCd rechargeable-style) have not been available for a few years from Motorola. From a nationwide repair center perspective, we find some damaged trays can be repaired, and some owners find a "parts radio" from sources such as ebay.

For those of you reading this posting which have the TalkAbout Distance or Distance DPS, let this please be a reminder to take care of your trays. Once the tray is gone, the radio is not functional, nor can it be repaired.

Best wishes on your search and please post back if you do find one.

Best regards.

Aug 13, 2010 | Motorola Talkabout Distance DPS (10...

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We have managed to lose the rechargeable battery pack. Where can I get another one?


Oh my, not good. Well, you do need a battery pack. Contact the MFR for replacement pack via customer support, or check the voltage on the side, if using 9V, get a battery holder that uses 8 batteries[2 Xtra cells are used to disable the shutting off at too high a voltage due to the missing battery pack]go to battery space.com, and go to wires/connectors, and get the laptop connectors to make an external battery pack. Therte is a battery pack charger/I recommend accupower evolution. You have to google and go to other sites to get the rechargeable batteries and battery holder. You can get by with alkaline, but they would go rather fast due to the large screen size. You need that good brand name so they can be evenly charged due to the batteries being able to be run down further. You wont be wasting much voltage with alkaline due to the lower cutoff voltage, but 1st try contacting the mfr or googling to get that battery pack!!!I Hint: if using battery pack and you still want to add more battery life, drop the batteries to 6 on a 9V circuit. with original battery pack on, a 9V circuit would use 6 D cells on an external pack, 8 for a 12 volt.

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"Battery Empty" sign with camera shut off


You may try to set in setup the kind of batteries you are using. Many digital cameras allow you to set the kind of batteries being used. Whether or not this will solve the problem, is yet to be seen.

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