The super long-lasting High Capacity Rechargeable 12V Battery provides portable power for our LED light bars, Flexible LED Strip Lights, or any 12V DC electronic device, whether it features LED lights or not. This battery pack is made of high capacity Lithium-Ion, which is commonly found in laptop and cell phone batteries, and you will be amazed by how long it lasts. This battery will power one of our 20” Brighter LED Light Bars for about 30 hours! This low voltage battery pack is easy to use, takes just seconds to connect, and comes with a 4 foot extension cable featuring standard 1/4 inch DC plugs.
Although this Battery is not waterproof, you can use it both indoors and outdoors in fair weather. Use it while camping for subtle but adequate lighting; use it with our full color and solid color flexible LED Strip Lights for a party in a special place; you can even bring it on a long car trip for reading.
The High Capacity Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery includes these accessories:
Charging this battery pack is simple:
To calculate the battery life: Divide the Battery Capacity in milliamp hours (mAH) by the Fixture Power Consumption in milliamps (mA) to get the Battery Discharge Rate (hours). For example, this battery has a capacity of 9800mAH and is powering 5 feet of strip light rated at 120mA/ft. First, determine the total power consumption by multiplying 120mA x 5ft. = 600mA. Next, divide 9800mAH / 600mA = 16.333 hours. Therefore, the battery will power the fixture (or discharge) for 16.333 hours.
(Discontinued Product SKUs: EL-UNIPWR)
Adapter Input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Adapter Output: 12.6VDC / 1000mA
Battery Input: 12.6VDC / 350-1000mA
Battery Operating Voltage: 10.8-12.6V DC
Maximum Load: 3A / 36W
Max Operating Temperature: 133° F
Environment: Dry Location Only
Charge Time: 8 hours max.
Weight: 1.1 lb.
Battery Dimensions: 4.73 x 3.4 x 1.34 in.
Adapter Dim.: 3.4 x 2 x 1.3 in.
Adapter Cable Length: 58 in.
DC Cable Length: 45 in.
Battery Overload / Short Circuit protection: This battery pack employs a safety feature that, should any overload / over voltage / short circuit be detected, the battery will automatically cut off the output voltage. In the event that this happens, you will need to recharge the battery again.
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