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BatteryJack Introduces Tait Replacement Batteries

June 17, 2011  | 

<p><em><strong>Photo: BatteryJack.</strong></em></p>BatteryJack will introduce a replacement battery for the Tait TP9100 series radios, the company has announced.

The BA-203 replacement battery, which is the first Tait replacement battery from BatteryJack, will be made in 1700mAH Ni-CD and 2500mAH Ni-MH.

Both batteries are fully compatible with all OEM Tait equipment, and is be P25 compliant. The battery is backed by an 18-month warranty.

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Bryan @ 6/21/2011 10:06 AM

This is very exciting to hear!

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