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Desktop Charger - Siemens S6 GSM Service Manual

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Desktop Charger

This charger can be used to charge the battery alone or the battery inserted into the
handset, but not both at the same time!
Furthermore ist is helpful to reset disabled batteries.
The desktop charger is supplied by the AC-adapter coming with the handset.
Car Charger
The car charger is connected to the cigarette lighter of the car with a flexible cable.
This accessory will charge the handset battery, it can not be used as a car kit
because it does not have a RF connection to the external antenna.
Note: The cigarette lighter plug is only usable for 12V car batteries.
Do not connect it to a 24V truck battery!
Never cut off the cigarette lighter plug and never make a direct connection to
the car battery. There is a voltage regulator in the plug which is regulating
the 12V down to the charging voltage of the handset!
Car Kit Basic
The car kit basic is connected to the cigarette lighter of the car with a flexible cable.
This accessory will charge the handset battery, and it can also be used as a car kit
because it does provide a RF connection to the external antenna.
You have to use a external antenna because the phone automatically switches off
the internal antenna!
Note: The cigarette lighter plug is only usable for 12V car batteries and for 24V truck
batteries!
Never cut off the cigarette lighter plug and never make a direct connection to
the car battery. There is a voltage regulator in the plug which is regulating
the 12V/24V down to the charging voltage of the handset!
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Private Communication Systems
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Mobile Phones
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  • C. De Wever Feb 26, 2018 12:13:
    a Li-ion battery 3.6V for Siemens S6 use -- are they still available?​
    please advise.
    Th​anks and regards,
    C​. De Wever