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Dolgin Engineering TC400 4-Position Charger for Sony L NP-F97X Camcorder Batteries with Test Discharge Module (TDM) -120-240V AC


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About Dolgin Engineering TC400

The Dolgin Engineering TC-400 4 Position Battery Charger for Sony L/ NP-F970 batteries is a 4-position microprocessor-based battery charger; it provides fast, safe simultaneous charging of 7.2V Sony L/ NP-F970 and non-OEM batteries. This unit features a Digital LCD display indicating the battery pack charge in progress status and battery capacity upon charge completion. True capacity is determined by a built-in Test/Discharge module in the charger.

The module cycles a battery through a charge-discharge-charge process to test the battery's capacity.

Dolgin Engineering TC400 Features

  • Accepts Sony PD-170O and similar battery packs
  • Fast, safe simultaneous charge; high capacity battery packs (up to 6 AH) are ready in about 3.5 hours.
  • As a battery being charged, charge status is displayedin Volts, Ah (as counted by the charger fuel gauge) and percent of charge (estimated, using proprietary algorithm)
  • Digital LCD display indicates the battery pack capacity, if fully discharged before insertion.
  • Each of the 4 channels is fully independent of the others, batteries can be inserted/removed at any time.
  • Worldwide 100-240V AC @ 50/60 Hz
  • Built-in Battery Test/Discharge Module cycles the pack through charge-discharge-charge, reports true capacity as tested (included with this version)
  • 12V DC car power source (optional)
  • Small lightweight package
  • Dolgin Warranty 2 years parts and labor
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