The SBC240 networked docking charger provides a compact charging and storage solution for any
combination of 2 SB910/SB920 batteries or ADX1, ADX2, or ADX2FD transmitters using Shure
rechargeable batteries. The charger is network-enabled to allow for remote monitoring of charger
and battery parameters using Shure Wireless Workbench software. Connect up to 4 SBC240
chargers together to share power and network connectivity.
• Charging for any combination of up to 2 SB910/SB920 batteries or ADX1, ADX2, or ADX2FD
transmitters using Shure rechargeable batteries
• Connect up to 4 chargers together to share power and network connections and save space
• LEDs indicate charge status and battery errors
• Storage mode to prepare batteries for long-term storage
• Network-enabled for remote monitoring
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