SKU: GC32-K2.0034127

bebob VS8MICRO 8 Channel V-Mount Charger

bebob VS8MICRO 8 Channel V-Mount Charger

Charging

All Channel Status indicators show green when the charger is turned on with no battery connected

The Channel Status indicator turns red when a battery is placed on the corresponding channel and the charging process has begun

The Channel Status indicator turns back green when the battery is fully charged

The Channel Status indicator turns Yellow when a battery is placed on the corresponding channel and the charging process fails for damage or safety reason

The cooling fan will be activated during the charging process

AC Adapter

You can use your VS8micro simultaneously as a42 Channel Charger and an AC Adapter. Use the rear Channels for charging

The charging functions of the 4 front channels always have priority over the AC function

The AC adapter delivers up to 10.0A under 16.5V

Compatibility

Designed for use with V-Mount Batteries

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bebob VS8MICRO 8 Channel V-Mount Charger

Charging

All Channel Status indicators show green when the charger is turned on with no battery connected

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