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Battery volts check

How can i now exactly the voltage remain on my motorola radio? its a cls 1410 if there is no polarity marks?

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With the battery fully charged, you can us a volt meter. Touching the wands to two separate battery contacts. (I believe it to be the outter two. But you will be able to tell from the reaction of your meter.) If it show you a negative number, simply reverse your wands.

On the CLS1410 and its sister the VL50, there is a battery indicator built into the radio. It will show you on the screen how much charge is in the batteries. Also, with this style of radio, you are using a Li-Ion battery, which will last you about 12-14 months before you need to replace it.

There is a date code on the white portion of the battery label. It is sometimes hard to discern. But if you look you'll see the year followed by the month and date. If the radio was fresh from Motorola when you bought it. The battery date should coincide with its true initial charge age.

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