Motorola Radio Batteries
All Motorola batteries carry a minimum 12 month warranty and have a three digit date code on each battery. NiCD batteries have an 18 month warranty but are prone to developing a memory if kept in the charger for long periods.
Motorola IMPRES batteries when used with an IMPRES conditioning charger provide an extra 6 or 12 months in addition to the standard warranty.
Visit our Battery Care Tips before using your batteries for the first time. New batteries are stored at about 50% capacity. Batteries should be "initialized" before being placed in service.
Link to NiMH batteries for Motorola APX 6000, SRX 2200, and XTS 5000 radios that can be mailed through USPS to APO, FPO, or DPO PO addresses
IMPRES Battery Fleet Management System Benefits
IMPRES Fact Sheet
IMPRES Battery Guide
How to Read a Motorola 4 Digit Battery Warranty Date Code
First digit or 2 digits indicate the year and next 2 digits are the week
For example; 1436 is 36th week of 2014 1408 would be the 8th week of 2014. Our battery inventory turns quickly so it is possible to receive a date code a few weeks ahead in time.
The battery is under warranty for at least 12 months after the date code