I also have five "Kenwood ProTalk XLS TK-3130" business radios that transmit on private frequencies. They use a stand-up charger and came with an extra rechargable battery.
For specifications of all these radios along with pictures, please feel free to scroll down to view them ...
My AudioVox GMRS-7000 radio ... 15 channels with 38 sub-codes for each 10 WX channels 10 ID settings 3 different call tones Channel scan Dual channel scanning Emergency channel button Switchable roger beep VOX Monitor button Low/high power (1 watt low, 3 watts high) Signal strengh bars Battery power level
My Uniden GMR885-2CK radios ... 22 channels with 38 sub-codes for each 7 WX channels 5 different call tones Channel scan Always on roger beep VOX Monitor button Low/High power (1.75 watts low, 3.5 watts high) Battery power level
My Kenwood ProTalk XLS TK-3130 radios ... 2 channels Voice scrambling Monitor button Low/High power (0.5 watts low, 1 watt high) Battery power level