recently I’ve been in possession of two STANILITE Ultra High Frequency handheld radio transmitters.
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My main problem is that their battery (7.2 V, Ni-Cd) is down and they do not even last 10 seconds if I press ON.
But what’s the matter ? They have a special battery system. I mean: normally, 7.2V Ni-Cd pins (o = pin) are positioned this way:
my STANILITE, as you can see from the pictures, do not have this kind of pin. Instead, they have
I’ve been travelling a lot on electricity shops, Internet… and have not found a way to charge these batteries.
STANILITE Electronics, a former producer of electricity and radio systems, was in 1996 acquired by A.D.I. (Australian Defence International) Ltd. I have contacted THALES Italy. WTF?! Thales?! YES, the manufacturer of TAGES protection!
They have answered with an email address of ADI Ltd. I have sent an email and the Land & Joint Defence Adressee has said that he will help me.
My hope is still alive, but a bit of time has passed and I have received no answer.
So my desperate question is: do you know how to get a battery charger for them ?
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