The AXT920 Axient Handheld Rechargeable Battery is an advanced lithium-ion, high-efficiency, rechargeable battery for Axient handheld transmitters. It provides up to 10 hours of battery life for extended performance, zero memory effect and real-time metering of remaining charge and other battery status parameters. It integrates seamlessly into transmitters and offers a sustainable, powerful and reliable alternative to disposable batteries.
- Advanced lithium-ion batteries provide reliable, rechargeable power with up to 10 hours of run time.
- Real-time metering reports remaining battery power in hours and minutes to receivers and WWB6, to within 15-minutes’ accuracy.
- Zero memory effect through lithium-ion chemistry eliminates the memory effect problems inherent in previous generations of rechargeable batteries.
- Rapid charging brings batteries to 50% capacity within 1 hour.
- Integrated battery design seamlessly and securely locks the rechargeable battery into transmitter body.
- Practical, sustainable design provides an efficient, systematic power management alternative to disposable batteries.
|Rechargeable components?||Li-Ion batteries (AXT910/AXT920/920SL)|
|Component Material||Molded ABS, Cast Aluminum|
|Battery Life||up to 10 hours|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
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