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HNN4003BR Battery  IP54 LiOn 2350 2500T Motorola

HNN4003BR Battery IP54 LiOn 2350 2500T Motorola


  • MSRP: $108.00
  • Price: $54.50
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HNN4003BR BATT IMP STD IP54 LIION2350M2500T Motorola MTX8250/8250LS

IMPRES Li-Ion high capacity battery for HT-series, PR860 and MTX-series portables.

IMPRES batteries, when used with an IMPRES charger provide automatic, adaptive reconditioning, end-of-life display, and other advanced features. Data is stored in the battery and communicated to the charger via a unique IMPRES communication protocol which is designed to maximize talk-time and optimize battery cycle life automatically.

  • UPC: 607885233549
  • EAN: 0607885233549

Specifications for HNN4003BR Battery IP54 LiOn 2350 2500T Motorola


Battery
Charger required WPLN4182, WPLN4187, WPLN4192, NNTN7618
Chemistry Li-Ion
Intrinsically Safe (FM) No
IP Rating IP54
Minimum rated capacity (mAH) 2350 mAh
Operating temperature range -10 C to +60C
Warranty 1 Year
Works with the following radios HT and MTX series portable radios
Physical
Color Black
Specs
What's in the Box 1 Battery
Average Battery Life Low Power: 18 hours, High Power: 11 hours

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