Intellytech has unveiled new Pocket-Gold and Pocket-V LCD Batteries. These are being billed as premium, 14.8V, pocket-sized lithium-ion batteries built with high amp load capabilities.
The new Pocket-Gold and Pocket-V LCD Batteries are available in two capacities, 140Wh and 210Wh.
The 140Wh version has physical dimensions of 4″ x 3.5″ x 2.4″ and it weighs 1.1 lb / 499g. The 210Wh version has physical dimensions of 4″ x 3.5″ x 3″ and it weighs 2.4 lb / 41.08 kg.
The Pocket-Gold and Pocket-V 140Wh and 210Wh, 14.8V batteries can be used on your camera, or high-wattage LED lights like the Mega-8. They also support up to 12A, making them a good choice for a wide variety of applications. A lot of other Micro batteries can only support up to 6A, limiting their capable power options due to their low power output.
The 140Wh and 210Wh versions have the following inputs and outputs:
- USB-C: Can Power 65W Input/output
- USB-A: Can Power 10W, 5V/2A output
- D-Tap: Can Power 120W/10A 16.8V 5A in
The batteries can be charged via a traditional charger, through USB-C, or via the D-tap.
Both the 140Wh and 210Wh batteries feature an OLED display that can show the following information:
- Remaining battery percentage.
- Run time in hours & minutes.
- Breaks down according to main battery, USB-C, USB-A, and D-Tap.
- Additional 4 LED Indictor located on side of battery.
The batteries are claimed to be drop-proof up to 4 feet / 1.21m.
Price & Availability
The batteries are now available for the following prices:
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