New TWC12M Endura 12 Slot AC Charger Supports Most 2-Way Radio Models

Endura  12 Slot AC Charger

Six Dual Charger Pockets in an Ultra-Compact Footprint

Power Products recently announced a new Endura rapid charger that will charge up to twelve batteries while on or off the radios. The charger includes six dual replaceable pockets in a small footprint measuring only 20 x 6 inches. Radios or batteries can be placed in the front or rear position of each pocket.

100-240V AC Power SupplyAn external (100V-240V) AC power supply and cord is included. There are LED’s that provide charging status for all 12 pockets. The charger with power supply weighs only 5.5 lbs and supports all battery types including Li-ion, LiPo, NiMH, and NiCd chemistries.

Dual Pod Design Provides Flexibility and Single Screw Replacement

The TWC12M uses the same pod as the Endura TWC2M dual slot charger. The pods are easy to replace if you change radio models or if you have a mixed fleet. Each pod will charge two batteries for a specific radio type but don’t have to be the same chemistry. The dual pods are available for most radio brands including Motorola, Vertex Standard, Kenwood, Harris, Hytera, Icom, and Relm.

We are impressed with the Endura’s small footprint and 12 slot capacity. We alsoEndura Chargers from Power Products like the flexibility of replacing pods if you ever change radio models. The charger has a one year warranty from Power Products and is now shipping.

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