Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)

Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)

Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)

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Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)

Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)

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Product Highlights

  • Enlarged, Spacious Honeycomb Interior
  • Individually Wrapped, Isolated Cells
  • Increased Airflow & Heat Dissipation
  • 1000 Charge / Discharge Cycles
  • Anti-Ringing Algorithm
  • Built-In Over-Current Sensors
  • Load Run-Time Display in Hours & Minutes
  • % Run-Time Display with No Load Attached
  • Ergonomic Design with Cushion Jacket
  • P-Tap Accessory Port
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The Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh), along with the rest of the Digital Battery Series, represents a major makeover for Anton Bauer, featuring a redesign in several aspects over previous series. The result is a long-lasting, sleek and ergonomic, smart, and safe series of batteries, projected for 1000 charge/discharge cycles. The Digital 90 runs on lithium-ion Sanyo cells which Anton Bauer has found to be highly reliable for them in the past. One of the major changes is a reconstruction of the honeycomb interior, built very spacious and housing the cells physically separated from one another, each individually wrapped in its own plastic case and isolated from the others. This ensures that any potential damage to one cell will have no effect on the others, huge for safety. The additional space in the honeycomb also serves to allow more airflow between the cells, effecting more heat dissipation, which will keep the cells cooler and protect them from aging faster.

As another safety precaution, for instances of above average weather conditions, multiple sensors are built in that detect when the battery is too hot or too cold and trigger a shut down until the temperature is back to normal, at which point the battery automatically turns back on. Designed to the demands of broadcast and cinema digital cameras, the Digital Battery Series employs an algorithm that addresses the issue of "ringing" common to digital cameras. Where batteries are commonly susceptible to sporadic bursts of excess power draw, similar to how a car eats up more gas when the gas pedal is hit too hard, this algorithm smoothes out the power draw, in turn affording longer lasting, more predictable runs with a particular camera and overall longer life.

The Digital Battery Series is compatible with the concurrently released Performance Series of chargers and with all previous Anton Bauer chargers. Used with any of these chargers, via a feature that has become common to the Anton Bauer name, the Digital 90 exchanges certain digital data with the charger that allows the selection of the best charge routine possible for the battery's cell chemistry, maximizing overall life. Via another familiar Anton Bauer feature, the Digital 90 applies a continuous and constant calibration that enables it to provide more and more accurate capacity and run-time calculations over the life of the battery. Run-time is usefully reported in hours and minutes on an easy-to-read LCD when power is being drawn, and as a percentage value when no load is attached. The reporting in hours and minutes will only get more and more precise with each use as a result of the constant calibration feature.

The aesthetics have also taken a redesign, with the body shaped ergonomically for a comfortable hold and modern look, and the outer jacket made of rubber that provides a good grip as well as a cushion against accidental drops. The case is made of high-impact polymer, which is the same material used in motorcycle helmets. A P-Tap output is available for powering accessories.

Key Features
  • Lithium-ion Sanyo cells housed isolated in a spacious honeycomb interior
  • Increased airflow and heat dissipation protects cells from aging faster
  • Multiple sensors trigger an automatic shutdown when the battery is too hot or cold
  • Addresses the issue of "ringing" with an algorithm that smoothes out the power draw
  • Compatible with Performance Series and previous model Anton Bauer chargers
  • Provides more and more accurate capacity and run-time calculations over the life of the battery
  • Reports run time in hours and minutes when power is drawn, and as a percentage when no load is attached
  • Ergonomically shaped; rubber outer jacket provides cushion against accidental drops
  • P-Tap accessory port
UPC: 440001510656
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Anton Bauer Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh)
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Mount / Series Type Gold Mount
    Chemistry Lithium-Ion
    Capacity (Wh) 93 Wh
    Amp-Hours Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Output Voltage 14.4 VDC
    Maximum Load 10 A
    Accessory Port 1 x D-Tap
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 2.7 x 6.5 x 4.4" / 69.0 x 165.0 x 112.0 mm
    Weight 2 lbs / 0.90 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 7.6 x 7.6"
    Digital 90 Gold Mount Battery (14.4V, 93 Wh) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 27.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from You aren't going to like my experience. Have 2 gold mounts for about 2 weeks now. One is causing my AB Interactive charger to want to Power Down, the other will last about 1 hour on my Sony XDCAM F/355. I'm not pleased. The other issue is the size of the battery itself and the odd bulky shape that TOTALLY screws you when packing for trips. Why on earth they designed such an odd and bulky shape is beyond me but it's a really BAD design. For my sake I wish I had better news.
    Date published: 2015-02-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better, but bigger I purchased a set of D90s for my Dragon as a light weight option when I'm using a steadicam, going handheld or using a lighter jib/hot head. Was expecting the same performance as comparable 90Wh batterys, such as Dionics, but these appear to out perform on run times as they make better use of the power they have by regulating output. They are safe to fly with in carry on, but be aware that they are light weight, but considerably bigger then the dionics, so don't pack as well. Definitely need to upgrade to the Performance series chargers as they don't seem to play as well on older chargers.
    Date published: 2015-05-13
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good at all where is my old Dionic Where do I start. First off the battery is to big to be placed on a camera. Yes lighter body but takes up to much space. Second once I gave it a cycle the LCD just didn't work and had to reset the battery. This happened to six out of eight. My Switronix HyperCore has worked flawless and I will be switching to All HyperCore Gold's as they charge on AB chargers.
    Date published: 2015-10-25
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Buy the Dionic HC Instead We purchased a couple of these to replace Dionic 90 batteries. We also have several Dionic HC batteries. On a Panasonic ENG camera we're getting about 2-3 hours max on these batteries. This performance is below what we used to get with the Dionic 90's. While they are more expensive, the Dionic HC batteries last twice as long. The new design by AB is also a bit awkward. First, it's difficult to place velcro on these batteries if you want to stick on accessories. Second, they feel cheap. The casing is much poorer quality compared to the other batteries in the AB lineup. They are also an odd size and make it difficult for us to access the p-tap on the side of the battery plate once the battery is on. These batteries do include a secondary p-tap, which is a nice feature.
    Date published: 2015-09-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Why so big? It's nice that AB are out with a new battery design. The LCD provides plenty of information and the batteries seem as smart as always. The one thing that puzzles me is the size of the new battery. It is gigantic compared to the old ones, which makes it more bulky, take more room and not always fit in tight spaces.
    Date published: 2015-04-04
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed A big step backward for Anton Bauer. The battery is overly bulky and the charger is glitchy. Cross-compatibility with older (read: better) Anton Bauer products seems also not to be the 100% as promised. I used to love Anton Bauer but I am not happy with these.
    Date published: 2015-05-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Upgrade from Dionic 90 Love the new design of these batteries. The rubberized texture is easy to hold. I haven't dropped any of the new ones, YET, but they definitely look like they'll hold up better than the hard plastic of the Dionic 90s or the old fashioned AT Bricks. We use these batteries for both on camera and with our ikan LED light kits. A single Digi 90 battery will power a 512 LED fixture for more than 3 hours, which is AWESOME!!
    Date published: 2015-06-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good battery, very good value. I remember when Anton Bauer was one of the most expensive batteries sold, now the stock batteries for some cameras are more expensive that the Anton's and usually hold less charge. It may be big but it's great for balancing out my EX3. Really like the new look as well. Hopefully B&H keeps this awesome pricing for a while because I will be buying more.
    Date published: 2015-04-15
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