Radiodetection precision locators and transmitters support Lithium-Ion, Alkaline or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.
You should set the Locator and transmitter battery type to match the currently installed type. This is to ensure optimal performance and correct battery level indication.
Lithium-Ion batteries will automatically be detected by the locator.
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with mains charger (includes power lead) (1)
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with auto charger (1)
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with mains and automotive charger (includes power lead) (1)
(1) Compatible with RD7200/RD8200, RD8100/RD8100 and Marker (MRX) Locators
(2) Compatible with RD7200/RD8200, RD7100/RD8100 and RD7000+/RD8000 Locators
Replace XX with AU, EU, UK or US
NOTE: Li-Ion charging accessories have 4 pin connectors, NiMH has 3 pin connectors.
To recharge the locator battery pack, connect the battery charger to the DC input connector on the front of the battery pack.
Compatible with RD8200/RD7200, RD8100/RD7100 and RD7000/RD8000
Insert 2 Radiodetection NiMH D cell batteries. Note the polarity of the cells when inserting them in the battery tray.
NOTE: More information will follow in Q1 2022.
Mains PSU (includes power lead)
12V Car Power Lead with Isolation Transformer
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with mains charger (includes power lead) (3)
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with automotive charger (3)
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack with mains and automotive charger (includes power lead) (3)
Li-Ion automotive charger (3)
Li-Ion mains charger (includes power lead) (3)
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack (no charger) (3)
(3) Li-Ion rechargeable packs cannot be charged in the transmitter
To recharge the battery pack, remove the pack from the transmitter and connect the transmitter battery charger.
For more information about recharging batteries refer to the instructions that came with your charger.
To fit the D-cell batteries in the transmitter, unlatch the accessory tray. The battery compartment is located underneath the transmitter body. Use the turnkey to unlatch the battery compartment. Insert eight D-Cell NiMH batteries.
Radiodetection Cable Avoidance Tools support Alkaline or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.
NOTE: When installing batteries always observe the correct battery polarity as indicated on the battery tray.
To replace batteries, open the access cover using a screwdriver or coin. Use two HR20 (D-cell) NiMH batteries.
To replace batteries, open the access cover using a screwdriver or coin. Use four HR20 (D-cell) NiMH batteries.
To replace batteries, open the access cover using a screwdriver or coin. Use two HR20 (D-cell) NiMH rechargeable batteries.
Charging the lithium ion packs
WARNING! Only use charging equipment provided by Radiodetection. The use of alternative chargers may cause a safety hazard and/or reduce the life of the battery.
CAUTION: Do not let your battery completely discharge as this may reduce its life or damage it permanently. If you are not using your equipment for a long period do charge them at least once a month.
WARNING! Batteries can get hot after prolonged use at full output power. Take care while replacing or handling batteries.
WARNING! Do not tamper with, or attempt to disassemble the battery packs.
CAUTION: If battery failure is suspected or if the battery shows any sign of discoloration / physical damage return the entire unit to an authorized repair center for investigation and repair. Local, national or IATA transport regulations may restrict the shipment of faulty batteries. Check with your courier for restrictions and best practice guidelines. Your local Radiodetection representative will be able to direct you to our authorized repair centers.
You can re-charge your batteries using the Radiodetection mains or automotive chargers.
NOTE: The charging temperature range is 0 to 45 °C, 32 to 113°F. Do not attempt to recharge your batteries outside this temperature range
WARNING! do not heat the rechargeable battery pack above 60°C (140°F) as this will damage the battery's thermal fuses.
WARNING! Do not crush, do not heat or incinerate, do not short circuit, do not dismantle, do not immerse in any liquid. The cells inside may vent or rupture. Observe charging instructions.
This symbol on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) must not be treated as domestic waste, but must be disposed of professionally. It is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, your disposal service or product supplier.Please dispose of this device in a manner appropriate to the relevant legal requirements at the end of its product lifeBatteries should be disposed of in accordance with your company’s work practice, and / or the relevant laws or guidelines in your country or municipality.
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