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Old 09-03-2012, 11:20 AM
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Have a Aurora 9 radio. Also have 2 extra 7.2V 1300mAh batteries for that radio. Where can I get a adapter to go between the wall charger I got with my radio and the extra batteries I have. I suppose I could just take out the charged battery in the back of the radio and out in another one and charge it..... but there must be another way to do this. The pictures below show the plug that goes into the back of the radio from the wall charger to charge the battery in the radio, and the plug on the battery that plugs into the inside of the radio itself. Any help will be appreciated.
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I think Radical RC has what your looking for. http://www.radicalrc.com/category/Ch...Transmitter-75

"Hitec White TX Plug Direct Charge Cord

At long last, the first ever direct charge cord for the Hitec white TX plug. Useful for fast charging or any general charging/testing outside the TX. Custom made in our shop. Medium length.

SKU Number: RRCCGCDTXHTWHT"

They're great folks to deal with anyway.Give Dave a call,and I'm sure He will take care of You.
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ORIGINAL: cotman Have a Aurora 9 radio. Also have 2 extra 7.2V 1300mAh batteries for that radio. Where can I get a adapter to go between the wall charger I got with my radio and the extra batteries I have. I suppose I could just take out the charged battery in the back of the radio and out in another one and charge it..... but there must be another way to do this. The pictures below show the plug that goes into the back of the radio from the wall charger to charge the battery in the radio, and the plug on the battery that plugs into the inside of the radio itself. Any help will be appreciated.
Plugs and additional information are detailed para 6, see pictures also,under:
Hitec Aurora, Eclipse, Flash, Optic & Prism series TX - Lipo and Field / Fast Charging

and much more information on the A9 batteries and chargerunder the Hitec USA Support Forum Sticky:
Aurora 9, AFHSS Modules, Optima & Telemetry
- FAQ & Undocumented Features
- Mixes, Setups,Tips. {Individual Links often updated}

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