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Impres Charger for Lithium Ion Battery

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Mpanella

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I was just curious as to what the appropriate IMPRES charger would be for a lithium ion battery for my XTS 2500.

The battery im looking at is the: NNTN7335B NNTN7335 - Motorola IMPRES IP67 Battery - LiIon 2700 mAh

Would the WPLN411AR charger be appropriate for that type of battery?
 

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You left a '1' off (WPLN4111AR) but yes, that's the one! It's IMPRES and tri-chemistry. Will also work with a bunch of other lines (Jedi, Saber, etc.)
 

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Will it damage my impress or throw off the internal chip if I use a standard tri-chemistry charger in the meantime?
 

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It has to be initialized in an IMPRES charger or you will lose all IMPRES abilities and void your warranty. Otherwise, afterwards, a few cycles is OK but it really should be used with the proper charger.
 
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