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Help with Jbro Battery Analyzer

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Does anyone know how I can configure the diodes in get the analyzer voltage down to 7.2 on a generic (clip lead cup) and will condition the batteries properly.

I have an old Jabro "3 holer" Tel-power unit I would like to make work on my 6 AA cell (7.2V nominal) vertex batteries. I have an old BK Cup. I can change the diode loading! I know at lot of Motorola radios use 7.5 and you make have one that you can share the diode placement.
 

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Does anyone know how I can configure the diodes in get the analyzer voltage down to 7.2 on a generic (clip lead cup) and will condition the batteries properly.

I have an old Jabro "3 holer" Tel-power unit I would like to make work on my 6 AA cell (7.2V nominal) vertex batteries. I have an old BK Cup. I can change the diode loading! I know at lot of Motorola radios use 7.5 and you make have one that you can share the diode placement.
I just checked our Motorola P1225 adapter and it doesn't have any diodes. The red and black leads going to the battery cup are connected to the red and black leads coming from the analyzer.
 
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