SKU: GC52-NNBTV148V160

Nanlite BT-V-14.8V160 14.8V 160Wh V-Mount Battery

The Nanlite BT-V-14.8V160 lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 160Wh, it is rechargeable with no memory effect, and it delivers up to 12A of continuous power.The battery can be charged with the Nanlite 14.8V battery charger or any other 14.8V V-Mount battery charger.

Specifications

14.8V lithium-ion V-mount battery

160Wh capacity

Maximum 12A current

Includes a LED charge level indicator

Includes a D-Tap port for charging and powering lights

Includes a USB-A port to charge your phone or other USB powered devices

Compatible with Nanlite BT-CGV-14.8V-1 battery charger

Battery Runtime

The Nanlite BT-V-14.8V160 V-Mount battery will provide 3 hours of runtime at full power for a Nanlite Mixpanel 60, or a Forza 60, or Forza 60B. A pair of these will provide 64 minutes runtime on a Forza 300 or 300B.

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Product Overview

The Nanlite BT-V-14.8V160 lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 160Wh, it is rechargeable with no memory effect, and it delivers up to 12A of continuous power.The battery can be charged with the Nanlite 14.8V battery charger or any other 14.8V V-Mount battery charger.

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