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AdvanceTec 128 Bay Radio Drop-in Charging Solution

Date: 2014-07-22
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The Enterprise 3000™ is a new space-saving system from AdvanceTec designed to manage and control Motorola APX™ rechargeable batteries while attached to the radios (or battery alone).  The system will process up to 128 units with the same Master Control Unit.

It will pre-condition new devices, analyze, recondition and recover older ones, identify capacities and faults, and help manage the entire battery fleet.

With an integrated LCD touch screen and bar code reader, processing radios with the batteries (or battery alone) and retrieving data is efficient and seamless.

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Interchangeable charging pockets support a variety of radios and/or batteries.

For more information on AdvanceTec, see

To download a PDF brochure on the Enterprise 3000™, click here

 - Product Profiles / (via AdvanceTec, 7/15/14)



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