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Tips for Two Way Radio Charging

Tips for Two Way Radio Charging
  • The batteries used in walkie-talkies are generally divided into three types: lithium-ion batteries, nickel-metal hydride batteries and nickel-cadmium batteries.
    At present, most walkie-talkie batteries on the market are already using lithium-ion batteries with high efficiency, environmental protection and longer life. However, there are also some older models that use nickel-metal hydride batteries and nickel-cadmium batteries.
    Different batteries have different charging methods, so these three battery charging precautions need to be clearly distinguished.
  • Charging Tips
  • Lithium Ion Battery:

    The lithium-ion battery itself has no memory effect, so there is no need to activate it. You only need to charge it when the battery power is less than 10% or when the walkie-talkie shows a low-battery reminder. After it is fully charged, you can unplug the battery. Try to recharge the battery after each charge. Use, this is more conducive to protect the health of the battery.

    NiMH batteries:

    NiMH batteries have a memory effect, so regular discharge management is necessary; NiMH batteries need to be activated for the first time, and can be activated after charging for more than 12 hours for the first three charges. The memory effect of NiMH batteries is still slightly weaker. It is recommended that you try to recharge the battery after each use, and at the same time, it should be fully charged at one time before use; the battery will be used for a longer time if the battery is recycled reasonably.

    Nickel-cadmium batteries:

    The nickel-cadmium battery also has a memory effect, and the battery also needs to be activated. It can be activated after charging for more than 12 hours for the first three charges. NiCad batteries must be fully used up before each charge.


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