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BATTERY

The capacity of the Motorola battery used with the XTS3500R is rated for approximately ___________.

8 HOURS

The capacity of the Motorola battery used with the XTS3500R is rated for approximately 8 hours.

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BATTERY

It is expected that the battery will last approximately __________ at 2 watts; if using a 5-watt channel expect _________ of service.

It is expected that the battery will last approximately 4-5 HOURS at 2 watts; if using a 5-watt channel expect 2-3 HOURS of service.

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BATTERY

When shall the batteries be exchanged with fully recharged batteries from the charger?

- beginning of each tour

- after extensive use

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BATTERY

Radios that chirp have aprx how much of its full charge remaining?

5-10%

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BATTERY

TRUE/FALSE

While these batteries will power the radios enough to still receive transmissions and transmit at 2 watts, testing has shown that the battery power is just above the power threshold for transmitting a 5 watt emergency alert. Such batteries shall be replaced immediately, or as soon as possible.

TRUE

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BATTERY

How many batteries per handie-talkie are units issued?

Units are only issued 2 batteries per assigned handie-talkie

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BATTERY

What is considered an UNSAFE ACT in regards to the charging of batteries?

Batteries need to be used and charged on a regular basis. If this cycle is disrupted for more than 2 weeks, the batteries charging capacity will become greatly diminished. THEREFORE STORING BATTERIES FOR AN EXTENDED PERIORD OF TIME WITHOUT USAGE IS CONSIDERED AN UNSAFE ACT.

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BATTERY

Who ensures the exchange of batteries on a rotating basis?

FDNY radio repair shop

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BATTERY

TRUE/FALSE

If a radios battery is unable to be removed from the back of the radio, members are allowed to use a screwdriver to pry it out and detach it from radio.

FALSE

**Members shall refrain from using screwdrivers or other tools to detach battery from radio. If battery removal is too difficult, the entire HT with battery shall be placed OOS.**

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BATTERY

Batteries will normally charge in __________.

APPRX 1 HOUR

The battery will normally require approximately one hour of charging.

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BATTERY

A steady red light on radio means?

Radio is transmitting

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BATTERY

A flashing red light on radio while transmitting means? (2 meanings)

- low battery

- radio voltage temporarily dropped below the preset alert level

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BATTERY

A flashing green light on radio while transmitting means?

Battery too low to transmit but reception possible

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

When charging the battery, if battery contacts need to be cleaned, what is used?

Clean dirt, grease or foreign material with a SOFT CLOTH, if needed

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

As battery is inserted, the red "charging" LED on the charger will light to indicate?

Battery is being "rapid" charged

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

What does a flashing yellow light on the battery charger led indicate?

- inserted battery is too cold or too hot to be "rapid" charged (outside temperature range 50º F - 95º F), the battery charger will show a flashing yellow LED and will begin charging when the battery is in the correct temperature range.

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A green light on the charger led indicates?

Charging is complete

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TRUE/FALSE

Batteries do not need to be removed from charger when turning green. The battery can remain in the charger and will receive a trickle charge. There is an auto shut-off feature if the battery gets too hot.

TRUE

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A single flash green light on the LED of the charger means?

Successful power up or recovery from fault condition

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A steady red light on the LED of the charger means?

Battery is being rapid charged

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A flashing red light on the LED of the charger means?

Battery is unchargeable or not making proper contact

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A flashing green light on the LED of the charger means?

Battery greater than 90% charged

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A steady green light on the LED of the charger means?

Charging is complete

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

A flashing yellow light on the LED of the charger means?

Battery too cold to be rapid charged, charging resumes after condition is corrected.

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BATTERY CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS

If a fault condition occurs, what must be done?

 Pull AC plug from AC outlet to remove power from charger.

 Remove battery from charger and clean contacts on both charger and battery.

 Restore power to the charger.

 Reinsert battery into charger.

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PRECAUTIONS

A fully discharged battery is "rapid" charged in ________.

One hour

A fully discharged battery is "rapid" charged in one hour.

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The radio should be turned _______ while attached to a battery being recharged in a charger.

OFF

The radio should be turned OFF while attached to a battery being recharged in a charger.

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TRUE/FALSE

If a battery is removed from a charger indicating green and then quickly replaced, it will read red for a short time. This practice has no effect on the batteries capacity.

FALSE

**If a battery is removed from a charger indicating green and then quickly replaced, it will read red for a short time. This practice will reduce the batteries' capacity and should be avoided.**

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If a battery gets too hot to hold after charging, it indicates __________.

A DEFECT

If a battery gets too hot to hold after charging, it indicates a defect.

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Exchanged batteries received from the depot must be left on the charger for a minimum of _________ before using.

14 HOURS

Exchanged batteries received from the depot must be left on the charger for a minimum of 14 HOURS before using.

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