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IDX DUO-C150 V-Mount Li-Ion Battery

SKU: ID-DUO-C150p
  • 143Wh V-Mount Li-Ion Battery
  • 2 x D-Tap and 1 x USB power out connector
  • 12V auto cut-off prevents over-dischargin

 

$485.00

Description

The  from IDX is equipped with 2 x D-Tap and 1 x USB power out connector for powering peripheral equipment.

This Li-Ion battery is designed for the Digital Cinematography market where high current loads of 10A/120W are standard.

The DUO-C150’s high capacity of 143Wh gives extended running times, while being under the 160Wh IATA limit for carry-on aircraft baggage.

High current draw up to an impressive 10A / 120W.
2 x D-Tap DC output (unregulated) connectors, each capable of taking a 50W load.
USB Type-A power output, regulated at 5V (1A/5W maximum draw). Auto shut Off function when not active for 30 minutes
5 Power Status LED’s are located on the side of the DUO-C150 Battery for a quick and accurate check of remaining capacity
Battery circuit protection ensures that the DUO-C150 Battery is fully protected against common causes of battery misuse, guarding against over charge, over discharge, over current, and exposure to high temperatures.
12V auto cut-off prevents over-discharging (while load is applied).
Lightweight, compact, and high-performance Li-ion battery with a durable design.
Attaching DUO-C150 batteries to cameras without a standard V-Mount connection is possible through the use of P-V2 and P-VS2 adaptor plates (sold separately).
The DUO-C150 Battery is fully compatible with all ENDURA V-Mount chargers and accessories
Note: With IDX V-Lock Batteries you must use IDX Charger.

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