CORE SWX Nano N-98S V-Mount Battery (98WH)

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CORE SWX Nano N-98S V-Mount Battery (98WH)

Product Description

Key Features:

  • Capacity: 98WH (14.8V, 6.6 Ah)
  • Size: 3.8 x 5.87″ x 1.49″
  • Weight: 1.4 lbs (635grams)
  • Normal Runtime: (25W) 3.6Hrs
  • Max Load: 8A
  • P-Tap & USB 5V

New in 2017, the CORE Nano series of Lithium Ion Battery packs replace the ever popular XPL90 series, which was the “go-to” battery solution across all professional video segments for nearly a decade. The packs offer the first economical solution that is “smart,” allowing SMBUS/AN % data to present on the EVFs of most industry cameras, & the AG packs are Anton/Bauer charger compatible.

The series features a much slimmer design, consistent with the Hypercore Slim series. The packs are perfect for the majority of camera powering applications with a maximum load handling of 8A. Given the slim design, these packs can be also be used when powering cameras on handheld gimbals, & UAVs.

The 14.8v, 98wh capacity allows for the packs to be transported carry-on without restrictions under IATA, ICAO & UN regulations. The packs have been UN tested & certified, passing UN38.3 certification.

The CORE Nano packs feature an on-board unregulated P-Tap which can be used to power most 12vdc devices, as well as doubling as a charge input port. The packs also include a 5V, 3A USB for powering/charging mobile devices.

A rubberized, shock absorbent shell casing is used to provide the lightweight pack with greater protection against the rigors of everyday production.

The Core Nano packs feature a 4-LED State of Charge power gauge.

The Core Nano 98S V-mount battery, offers SMBUS data communication, which communicates with Sony, BMD, etc. and RED DSMC2 cameras, delivering the exact percentage of remaining capacity to the camera’s VF/LCD.

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