PMNN4424AR PMNN4424 - Motorola IMPRES LiIon IP67, 2300mAh Battery -- For APX 4000, APX 3000 Series Portable
- UPC: 607885229580
- EAN: 0607885229580
Specifications for Motorola - PMNN4424AR - Battery pack, Lithium Ion, 7.2V, 2300mAh
|Minimum rated capacity (mAH)||2300 mAh|
|Operating temperature range||-10 to +60 C|
|Warranty||1 Year Warranty|
|What's in the Box||1 Battery|
|Average Battery Life||8 Hours|
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