2500mAh Li-Ion Battery for Motorola 2-way Radio XPR7550 with Belt Clip

2-Way Radio Batteries, 2-Way Radio Batteries & Chargers, Two-Way Radio Accessories

2-Way Radio Batteries

MaximalPower

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Description

MaximalPower™ High 2500mAh Li-Ion Replacement Battery For: 

  • Motorola XPR3500, XPR3300, XPR7550, XPR3500e 
  • Compatible with PMNN4409, PMNN4409ar, PMNN4448 Battery

Features:​

  • Type: 7.4V 2500mAh, Li-ion rechargeable replacement battery. 
  • 100% customer satisfaction, 30 days worry-free money back with One Year limited warranty
  • Compatible with Motorola Motorola two-way radio models:XPR3000 Series, XPR3300 Series, XPR3500 Series, XPR7000 Series, XPR7000E, XPR7350 Series, XPR7550 Series, XPR7550e, DP2600, XIR-P6600, GP328D, GP3338DLKP, DGP8050, DGP5050, DEP550, APX2000, APX4000, DP4400, DP4801, APX2000, SRX2200
  • Excellent endurance longtime,but also high-end explosion-proof, working fine and security
  • Ship same day if order before 2PM Pacific Time


CHARGING NOTES:
  • Please FULLY CHARGE your Li-ion batteries before first use. When in doubt, leave your batteries to charge overnight (8 hours) to ensure a full charge.
  • Please FULLY CYCLE your Li-ion batteries at least once before regular use (fully discharge them before fully charging them a second time). 
  • To discharge your battery, please simply use the battery on your device as normal, but do not recharge your battery until it is complete discharged and your device no longer operates. 
  • Fully charge your battery a second time. Once this second charging is complete, you may now use and/or charge your batteries as much or as little as needed, all with little fear of creating a memory. 
  • DO NOT full charge your Li-ion batteries before storing them for long periods of time, or before storing them in a location with high heat. Li-ion batteries should be stored near 50% capacity in these two scenarios to preserve their life and to help prevent irreversible damage to the battery.