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Motorola Saber Charger ntn4734a

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oem4872

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Can someone tell me what chemistry this charger can handle is it only Ni-Cad or can it also charge Ni-MH battery as well.

Thanks for your help !
 

oem4872

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Would you happen to have any links to the new chargers or a model number ?
 

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The 4734 will do both Nicad and NiMH batteries with no problems.
Partial number of the new tri-chem (Non-Impres) charger is, I think, 8813, and they're easy to find on eBay.
 

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Gary,

I've used both versions of charger with both types of battery and never paid any attention to possible differences in the A and B models, but anything's possible, I guess.

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Tom, W2NJS
 

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Gary,

I've used both versions of charger with both types of battery and never paid any attention to possible differences in the A and B models, but anything's possible, I guess.

Regards,

Tom, W2NJS
Maybe someone else knows the difference between the 2 versions. A/B. By the way, I had my ticker checked out last month, & I'm 100%. Hope you are well. 73's. GARY
 

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Gary,

I get checked every three months now and all I can say is "So far, so good!" Coumadin has to be checked monthly which is bothersome timewise but I'd rather have it than not have it.

Glad you're doing okay.

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Tom, W2NJS
 
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