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ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD : 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ADVANCED CHARGER TECHNOLOGY, INC. ` ACT - Sales 6060 McDonough Drive Suite J Atlanta, GA 30093 USA 770 263 6337 Fax 770 263 9155 ACT solutions GmbH ACT – UK Ltd. Datamatik HauptstraBe 119 – 121 Top Riley, Eyam Jerikovn 16 AltluBheim Germany Derbyshire UK Oslo, Norway 49 62 05 39 480 44 14 33 63 93 43 47 22 30 17 30

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Battery Chemistries: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Battery Chemistries Lead Acid NiCd NiMh Li Ion

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries NiCd Plus Minus Inexpensive / Mature Moderately Heavy High Current Draw Environmental Issues High Cycle Life Memory Effect Wide Temp Range Moderate Self Discharge -20 to 60C Operating 1000 - 2400 mAh cap. -30 to 50C Storage 5 to 30C Charge Fastest Charge Store Discharge for 5+ years

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries NiMh Plus Minus 25 to 30% Smaller & Lighter then NiCd More Expensive Fewer Environmental Issues ? Lower Cycle Life Less Memory Effect Limited Current Draw 2000 to 2800 mAh Capacity Impedance creep Limited Temp Range 0 to 40C Operating -20 to 30C Storage Greater Self Discharge

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Batteries Li-ion (et al) Plus Minus Light and Smaller Expensive Low Self Discharge Slow Charge Rate Packaging Options Sensitive to Overcharge 2500 to 3500 mAh Cap. Reacts with oxygen Consistent Current Draw Low (est) Cycle Life Prefers partial Discharge Prefers partial Discharges

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Battery Issues: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Battery Issues Cost Life Reliability (especially in adverse weather) Weight Users don’t always know when radio is transmitting (GPS) Safety

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers Trickle Chargers Inexpensive Slow 8-10 hours Continuos Charging Detrimental to the Battery Supplied with Many Products includes in-vehicle adapters

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers Constant Current / Constant Voltage Rapid Charger Faster charge Usually indicate “Charge Complete” at 80% Capacity Revert to a trickle charge after 80% Capacity

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Chargers Pulse Chargers Christy Patent, filed 1967, has expired Provide for rest periods during charge Revert to trickle charge upon completion No Feed Back or Control Repetitive Pulses

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Technical Advantage: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Technical Advantage DYNAMIC ELECTROCHEMICAL WAVEFORMTM (DEW) Accurate monitoring of battery condition Dynamic adjustment of parameters during charge Maintains battery in a charge receptive state Increases efficiency Eliminates the cause of “memory effect” & “voltage depression” while charging Significantly reduces corrosion during battery cycling Precise termination

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Technical Advantage – “The other guys”: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Technical Advantage – “The other guys” Rechargeable Battery Care and Tips: These battery tips will help assure you the highest performance and longest cycle life from your XXXXXXX rechargeable battery. 1. Charge your new battery overnight (14-16 Hours) before using it. This is referred to as :initializing: and will enable you to obtain maximum battery capacity. 2. New batteries can be stored up to two years without significant cycle loss. 3. Store new/unused batteries, at room temperature, in cool dry area. 4. Batteries which have been in storage should be charged overnight. 5. When using a XXXXXXX rapid charger, leave battery in charger for an additional 1-2 hours after the green light appears. 6. Do not leave your radio & battery in the charger when not charging. Continuous charging will shorten battery life. (Don’t use your charger as a radio stand.) 7. Only charge batteries when they need it. If it isn’t fully discharged, don’t recharge it. (We recommend your purchase a second battery for multiple/longer duty cycle applications.) 8. Do not return fully charged batteries to the charger for an “extra boost”. This action will significantly reduce cycle life. 9. Stabilize battery to room temperature (72°F) before charging. Charging below 40°F & above 104°F will decrease cycle life. 10. For optimum battery life and operation use XXXXXXX brand, or a XXXXXXX recommended replacement charger. These simple instructions protect your rechargeable batteries from extreme temperatures and enhance their performance and life. Specify XXXXXXX brand rechargeable batteries. They were designed & precisely manufactured by XXXXXXX engineers to ensure optimum portable radio performance. It just makes good sense.

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Technical Advantage - ACT: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Technical Advantage - ACT Advanced Charger Technology, Inc. Battery Charging Tips: 1. Place Battery in Charger. 2. Ready light - remove battery and use. Advanced Charger Technology, Inc. Norcross, GA

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Company Overview: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Company Overview ACT invented Patented breakthrough battery charging technology which: Provides the world’s fastest charge Dramatically increases cycle life Universal (Lead acid, Nicd, NiMh, Lithium Ion) Scalable (cordless phone to electric bus) Founded in July 1996 Patented and Proprietary Technology (5 Issued US) $40+ Million in funding to develop technology Privately Held Corporation based in Miami FL, USA

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line Single Bay Chargers i10 / i30 Single Bay Desk Top i15 / i35 iv Single Bay In Vehicle

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Single Bay Chargers: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Single Bay Chargers i10 / i30 DEWTM technology Microprocessor controlled interface that requires no user-rules for battery charging. Interchangeable adapters User friendly – Green light = GO! Reconditioning at each charge cycle. i15 / i35 Available for in-vehicle application Ideal in situations where no external power source is available. Hard-wire or use external power (cigarette) adapter.

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line Six Bay Chargers i60 / i70 Six Bay (Desk Top / Wall Mount)

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Six Bay Chargers: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Six Bay Chargers i60 / i70 DEWTM technology Microprocessor controlled means no user-rules. Green = Ready to GO! Fast reliable charge Prolonged battery life Interchangeable adapters for operations with multiple battery types and/or chemistries.

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line Six Bay Charger Maintainors i65 / i75

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Six Bay Charger Maintainors: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s Six Bay Charger Maintainors i65 / i75 Designed for long-term storage of batteries. Ideal for HAZMAT, SWAT or any First Responder Team. Enables storage of batteries for extended periods of time, Rotational battery charging provides protection against battery discharge during storage. User-Friendly, lights show battery readiness.

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line Twelve Bay Chargers i612

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line i612 Specifically designed to support Li-Ion batteries. Feature twelve complete charging stations that operate in pairs, independently. Rapid and simultaneous charging. No complicated charging rules. Fits most popular Li-Ion radio batteries.

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD ACT’s iCHARGE Product Line iGAUGE Installs on the i60/i70 Work with any adapter(s) Three modes Charge Capacity Check ReACTivate

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Manufacturers Supported*: 

*May not include all models from manufacturer MOTOROLA KENWOOD M/A COM BENDIX KING MIDLANDER / EF JOHNSON ICOM TAIT GE / ERICSSON AEG VERTEX MAXON IDEN/NEXTEL BOSCH MARCONI / PUMA SIMOCO / SEPURA NIROS ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Manufacturers Supported*

ACTivator CUSTOMERS: 

ACTivator CUSTOMERS New York Police Dept. Sussex Police UK San Diego Port Authority Detroit Police Dept. South Yorkshire Police UK United States Air Force FBI / Secret Service Lancashire Police UK Bavarian Crime Police Boeing Chrysler Georgia Power Harley Davidson UPS Federal Express NTL UK Lucent Technologies Air Tran ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD

What Customers Are Saying!: 

What Customers Are Saying! “After evaluating the ACT charger / Conditioner we have replaced two-thirds of our standard Kenwood chargers with ACTivators. The ACTivator has become a major asset in restoring confidence in our radio communications and we can now provide a more efficient and reliable service to our officers and to the general public. A major advantage to me is that when we switch to TETRA I can use the same charger and just change adapters. Andy Sanderson Technical Officer, Information Systems Dept. South Yorkshire Police ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD

What Customers Are Saying!: 

What Customers Are Saying! “We carried out a detailed evaluation of the ACTivator, we found that it exceeded the companies claims in recovering older batteries. We purchased a small number of units for our own use. The ACT charger proved very useful in preparing the high number of batteries required to Police the recently held Conservative Party Conference at Blackpool. The speed with which it formed new batteries, <2hrs, and the fast charge time of approximately 30 minutes meant that we significantly reduced the preparation time. Derek Wignal Radio Comms Dept Lancashire Police ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Customer Results: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Customer Results Customers can tell the difference Users attribute better performance to OEM device (Radio Works Better)

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Summary of the selling points: 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Summary of the selling points Fastest Charger - 30 minutes for 1200mAh Fewer bays required per radio Greatest possible availability Conditions Battery to a Like New Condition / each charge Eliminates Memory Effect No Heat - Batteries are not cooked Two to Three Times Life Improvement Patented process, reduces battery expenses Last Battery Charger You Will Ever Purchase Universal Adapters for Most Radios Field Upgradeable

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Conclusion : 

ACT - THE CHARGING STANDARD Conclusion We Don’t Make Batteries We make any battery Better