Designed to fit the Vertex VX-426 RT handset, these 3rd-party batteries give you greater usable lifespan with Li-Ion cells rated to 2500mAh. Minimal "charge memory" means these batteries can tolerate repeated partial-charging without significantly reducing output over time. Provides 40% more power - stay in touch when you need to the most!
• Lighter with Li-Polymer chemistry and higher capacity.
• Best quality materials.
• Impact-resistant design and dual protection PCM.
• Short circuit protection.
• Ultrasonic sealing technology.
• Radio Model: Vertex VX-426
• Original: FNB-V67
• Type: Li-Ion SANYO Cell
• Voltage: 7.4V
• Capacity: 2500mAh
• Color: black
• Size: 94*58*21cm
Charger - MG216 for Vertex VX-426:
• Circuit design with over current, voltage, Max charge time and short circuit protected function.
• High PWM Charging Output to simplify the charging circuit with limited components.
• Suitable for Lithium Battery Pack.
• SMPS Input Voltage: I/P 100-240V 50/60Hz, O/P DC12V 1A
• Charger Stand Output Voltage: DC 7.2V 650mA/DC 12V 1000mA
• Temperature: Operating temperature at -5oC ~ +45oC, Storage temperature at -20oC ~ +75oC
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