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SWIT PC-U130B2 - Portable Dual D-tap Battery Charger

SWIT PC-U130B2 - Portable Dual D-tap Battery Charger

The PC-U130B2 consists of an AC-DC power module and a dual heads D-tap DC cable to connect with the D-tap socket of batteries. So you can charge 2 batteries together. The charger offers DC 14-16.8V, 3A fast charging output in total.

  • Charge battery through D-tap socket
  • Provide 2 D-tap heads
  • 3A fast charging current
  • LED charging indicator
  • Ultra portable charger
Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
One year warranty included!
SWIT S-3602I - 2 channel charger for JVC SSL batteries

SWIT S-3602I - 2 channel charger for JVC SSL batteries

  • Charger for SWIT S-8i75 / S-8i50 battery
  • Compatible with JVC SSL-JVC50/JVC75 batteries
  • 2-ch simultaneous charging
  • 2 DC adapting output sockets
  • 4-level LED charging indicators
Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
One year warranty included!
SWIT S-3010D - Portable Charger for SWIT DV Batteries

SWIT S-3010D - Portable Charger for SWIT DV Batteries

The SWIT S-3010D Portable Charger features a 2-pin pole connector that compatible with all SWIT DV batteries with a 7.2V pole DC output socket, including the S-8972, S-8D62, S-8845, S-8BG6, S-8823, and S-8040. This single-channel charger accepts 100-240 VAC input.

 

Normally ships in 5 to 10 days.
One year warranty included!

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