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Questions on Motorola Wave

RadioGuy3007

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Hello All,

I have a few questions regarding Motorola Wave.

1.) I currently have a few TLK-110 portables deployed. I am wondering if there is an available desktop and gang charger available. I'm not able to find anything except from a company in Australia. Has anyone seen any 3D printer molds? It's kinda annoying to have to use a USB-C charger or use a tlk-100 desktop charger that charges a spare battery.

2.) How do you push firmware updates to these units? I see there is new firmware released but I'm not able to find anything on the customer hub.
 

JohnSpartan

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The TLK100 uses charging methods:

1. The supplied micro USB cable
2. SL300 single unit charger (I think the part number is: PMLN7109A)
3. SL300 Multi-unit charger (Again, I may be wrong about the part number: PMLN7101A)

I've used all 3 and currently have 6 TLK100s sitting in the MUC right now. Works great.

As for firmware updates, that is all done via the web under the WAVE account's admin dashboard, not customer hub from MOL. I think the link is this: WAVE PTX Portal
 

ZACHLEEZ

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The TLK100 uses charging methods:

1. The supplied micro USB cable
2. SL300 single unit charger (I think the part number is: PMLN7109A)
3. SL300 Multi-unit charger (Again, I may be wrong about the part number: PMLN7101A)

I've used all 3 and currently have 6 TLK100s sitting in the MUC right now. Works great.

As for firmware updates, that is all done via the web under the WAVE account's admin dashboard, not customer hub from MOL. I think the link is this: WAVE PTX Portal
The TLK 110 unfortunately DO NOT, work with the TLk 100 chargers, including the docks (PMLN7101A, ect).

I have 3 of the PMLN7101A docks, and when i upgraded to TLK 110 the radios no longer fit, the width and depth is a tiny bit larger, which is really unfortunate, not sure if its to make more money by creating new models you need to buy.

I have 21 radios, and now have nowhere Neatley to charge and store them, going to try to figure out a 3D printed design, any ideas?

I did hear they were releasing one in a month or two.....
 

JohnSpartan

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100% - buy moar stuffz! New stuffz!

3D printing options would be nice, like the cups for the mission critical line.
 
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