IDX CUE-D150 145 Wh Li-ion V-Mount Battery
The CUE-D150 Lithium-Ion V-Mount Battery from IDX is designed for digital cinematography equipment where high current loads of 10A/120W are standard. This Li-Ion battery is equipped with a D-Tap connector for powering external equipment. This battery provides 146Wh high capacity for extended running times while being under the 160Wh IATA regulations limit for carry-on aircraft baggage. (Restrictions may vary in Australia).
High current draw up to 10A / 120W
1x D-Tap DC output connector capable of taking a 50W load within the maximum battery draw of 120W
4 Power Status LED's are located on the side of the CUE-D150 battery for a quick and accurate check of remaining capacity
Battery circuit protection ensures that the CUE-D150 Battery is fully protected against common causes of battery misuse, guarding against over charge, over discharge, over current, and exposure to high temperatures
Lightweight, compact, and high-performance Li-ion battery with a durable design
Attaching CUE-D150 batteries to cameras without a standard V-Mount connection is possible through the use of P-V2 and P-VS2 adapter plates (sold separately)
The CUE-D150 Battery is fully compatible with all ENDURA V-Mount chargers and accessories
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