:wink: Never going to happen. Things like this are considered in the initial design phase (including revisions), and way too expensive to design into a platform that is years into production. :wink:Ok, thanks if I use an external charger.
But Whitsler, could you put batteries type: of the li-ion?
Some past models of Uniden scanners had battery 'packs'. The old BC3000 had a slide on pack that went on the bottom of the scanner. Units like the BC250D have a proprietary pack that plugged in on the scanner under the cover.
DO NOT put those in your scanner. Those are 18650 cells, not AAs. They may not even fit anyways as 18650s are a little longer than AAs. They are 3.7 volts EACH which is more than double what a AA is supposed to be. Would surely fry your radio.Hello, again and thanks for the answers.
I bought Ebay these batteries, to try.
Made in china (like almost everything)
Will explode Or will they burn?
FROM YOUR MOUTH TO GODS EARS!!! :wink:
Not sure where you are going with this thread. There are several very good Ni-MH batteries out there, work perfectly well, and do not kill the environment.FROM YOUR MOUTH TO GODS EARS!!! :wink:
It's almost a CRIME, and personally I think it SHOULD be a crime, to design a hand held electronics device today without using a Li-On battery pack.
Forget the fact it would make life 1000 times easier, last longer, be cheaper, and allow the unit to work for WEEKS on a charge instead of hours, but it would also greatly reduce the HUGE amount of acid and chemical that are just killing the environment from people throwing away AA and AAA batteries because manufacturer's are too lazy in most cases to design the product properly.