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Motorola PDR 3500 set up with deep cycle batteries

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KNTRAVEL

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Hi Everyone,
I am new to this forum, and I want to apologies for my ignorance up front. I work for the private security company and we have a PDR 3500. We want to set it up so that is runs off of deep cycle batteries when in location that do not have power. Would anyone know how to do this? Thanks KN
 

ResQguy

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Connect it to the batteries using a standard motorola 12V power cable, but they usually ship with one in the box that has alligator clips and a fuse already attached.
 
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