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XPR 7550 battery

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N1XDS

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Hey Guys and Ladies,

What extended battery from Motorola are you using with your XPR 7550/7550e? I'm using the stock battery that came with the radio. I'm looking for the extended battery. I know Motorola makes two different extended batteries for the radio which is the Motorola NNTN8129AR IMPRES 2300 mAh and the Motorola PMNN4499A High-Capacity IMPRES 3000 mAh battery. Not sure is the best?
 

TampaTyron

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Because i am lazy, i would use the smallest on that gets me through the day. Personally, i use 2 of the smaller ones. When i am testing or commissioning a new system about 5-6hrs into the day i swap them out. TT
 

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I use the 2150 mAh batteries: PMNN4409AR. I have two of them and swap them out as needed. I have two IMPRES chargers, one in my office and the other on my bedside table at home.
 

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I use the PMNN4409AR 2250 mAh for daily use and PMNN4006BR 1650 mAh as back up.
Im not a heavy TX guy and these get me thought the day just fine.
 
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