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Old 12-08-2004, 03:42 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has any experience with HT batteries? I'm thinking of getting a tx pack for my Helios. They sponsor alot of big names as seen on their website www.htbatteries.com

Just thought I'd ask the board before I buy. Not really on e-onroad item but I thought some people might have these in their radios. Thanks.
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They don't show a battery for the helios. I would recommend getting a charger other than there wall one....says it takes 1-2 hours...more like 1-2 days.
If you find one that works let me know I would be intrested n upgrading the helios also.
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I emailed HT batts and they replied saying they can make a tx pack for the helios. They did reply quickly!

As far as the charger goes, I believe you can use any charger that will work with lithium cells. I already have a charging adapter that would work. They will sell the pack alone or with a charger. I would consider getting a lithium charger if it would be that much better than their wall charger. I'll have to check with HT on the charger Q's

Anyone else got any info on these? 3-4hr runtimes seem nice!
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