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Motorola Charger Identification

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Premium Subscriber
Dec 6, 2005
Kingwood, Texas
Good morning all,

I am trying to identify the (probably third party) Motorola wall mount 6 unit battery changer in the photo attached, Would work perfectly for a project I am working on...if they make them for the APX batteries.



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Database Admin
Jun 5, 2002
Hubert, NC
A standard impres charger can be wall mounted and the displays flipped, so you can read them. They also make charge cup adapters to charge a wide range of batteries. I have a 6-bay impres charger with an XPR7550 and an APX adapter. Even without the adapters, the charger can handle XTS/MTS(Jedi)/Saber batteries.
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