Sony BC-TRX Battery Charger for NP-BN1, NP-BG1, NP-FG1, NP-FT1, NP-FR1, NP-FE1, NP-BX1 Batteries

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About Sony BC-TRX

The Sony BC-TRX Battery Charger is used to recharge Sony X / N / G / D / T / R / K type rechargeable Li-Ion batteries. The unit incorporates an LED display that shows charging progress. Moreover, there is a USB charging port and supplied micro USB cable that will charge compatible Cyber-shot cameras, as well as standard USB-charging devices. Thanks to its compact design and international voltage you can take the Sony BCTRX charger on your travels, anywhere in the world.

Sony BC-TRX Features

  • Versatile: Quick charger for NP-BX1/BN1/FG1/FD1 /FT1/FR1/BK1 battery
  • Quick charging: Capable of charging battery in just 1.5 hours
  • Retractable plug: Ultra-compact size & retractable plug for traveling

Sony BC-TRX Specifications

Power Consumption (in Operation)
6Watts
AC Power
50/60Hz
Battery Charging (Approx)
150min./90min.
Output Voltage
4.2V, .7A (Charging Mode)
Power Requirements
100-240V, 50/60Hz
Operating Temperature (6Watts)
+32 to +104deg.F (+0 to +40deg.C)
Storage Temperature (50/60Hz)
-4 to +140deg.F (-20 to +60deg.C)
Dimensions
2-1/4 x 1-13/16 x 3-5/8" (5.72 x 4.60 x 9.20 cm)
Weight
3.7 oz (105 g)
Mfr #
BCTRX
SKU
ISOBCTRX

Sony BC-TRX Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Sony BC-TRX battery charger

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from Newark, California

The external charger allows charging of batteries not tied down to the camera. It shows the charging progress (many cheaper ones don't). And, it allows charging a number of different battery types. Also, it handles 110V and 220V without the need of a separate transformer. And, it charges slowly -- the best way to charge batteries safely and for longer life! (It does not come with the European adapter but that is trivial.) Very good product, worth the extra money.

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TERENCE L  Will this charge batteries from the USB cable connected to a laptop, not plugged into the wall socket?
JACQUES G  Well, the unit has a blue USB port (likely USB 3.0). So, I would think that it could be charged via that port. However, I have not tried that. It does work very well by plugging into a standard wall outlet.
Shopper  do you use the micro usb for charging or download pictures ?
Andrew R  There is a USB charging port and supplied micro USB cable that will charge compatible Cyber-shot cameras, as well as standard USB-charging devices.
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