SKU: GC49-52.NANO-U98

Core SWX Nano 98WH HDV Battery for Sony PMW-PXW

Core SWX Nano 98WH HDV Battery for Sony PMW-PXW

The Nano-U98 14.8V Battery from Core SWX is designed for use with the FS5 and other select Sony PMW/PXW cameras. This clever solution provides a 12V D-Tap port often found in larger pro-style Gold or V-mount batteries, but in the smaller form of the original battery type. The D-Tap is a smart port with the ability to transmit SMBUS battery data. One 5V, 3A USB port is also provided for powering compatible accessories.

Features of the Nano-U98 include a push-button, four-LED power gauge, and compatibility with OEM battery chargers. When fully charged, this battery has an average runtime of 8 hours based on the draw of a Sony FS5.

Features:

Compatible with the FS5 and other select Sony PMW/PXW cameras

The average runtime is 8 hours based on the draw of a Sony FS5

12V, SMBUS D-Tap port for powering cine-style accessories

4-LED power gauge

98Wh, 6600mAh battery pack

One USB port

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Product Overview

Core SWX Nano 98WH HDV Battery for Sony PMW-PXW

The Nano-U98 14.8V Battery from Core SWX is designed for use with the FS5 and other select Sony PMW/PXW cameras. This clever solution provides a 12V D-Tap port often found in larger pro-style Gold or V-mount batteries, but in the smaller form of the original battery type. The D-Tap is a smart port with the ability to transmit SMBUS battery data. One 5V, 3A USB port is also provided for powering compatible accessories.

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