After several discussions here I got my first ham radio, a TH-F6A, and a pocket repeater directory and it’s been great, plus I’ve been using it as a scanner. However, I’ve had an interesting issue pop up.
I have the AA adapter pack for emergencies, but I recently was able to get a spare Li-ion pack for it. I’ve never yet depleted by existing pack but I figure it couldn’t hurt as, at the very least, transmitting power with AA’s is lower.
What is the best way to store the extra pack, though? Should I leave it in the package, or charge it first? This is all new to me, I’m more used to Ni-MH. If I do need to be on the move a lot (which will happen with my job later) I will just have them both charged, but for now, I'd just like to keep it good till I actually will used it.
Thanks for the help.
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