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IndiPRO Tools Compact 95Wh Gold-Mount Li-ion Battery

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IndiPRO Tools
IndiPRO Tools Compact 95Wh Gold-Mount Li-ion Battery
Key Features
  • 14.8V, 6.6Ah Battery
  • Supports up to 10A Draw
  • Compact Form for Cameras & Accessories
  • D-Tap Port to Power Accessories
This Compact 95Wh Gold-Mount Li-ion Battery from IndiPRO Tools outputs 14.8V, has a capacity of 6.6Ah, and supports up to a 10A draw. Its features include a Samsung cell, a weight of slightly more than 1.5 pounds, and a standard D-Tap port for powering accessories via a separately available cable. For quick status checks, a built-in LCD display provides remaining power and output voltage information.
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IndiPRO Tools PD-95 DIGI Overview

This Compact 95Wh Gold-Mount Li-ion Battery from IndiPRO Tools outputs 14.8V, has a capacity of 6.6Ah, and supports up to a 10A draw. Its features include a Samsung cell, a weight of slightly more than 1.5 pounds, and a standard D-Tap port for powering accessories via a separately available cable. For quick status checks, a built-in LCD display provides remaining power and output voltage information.

Compact size suited for use with smaller cameras, monitors, lights, and accessories
14.8V, 6.6Ah output with 95Wh capacity
LCD battery capacity and status display
Standard Gold-mount compatibility
2-pin D-Tap for powering accessories directly from the battery
UPC: 741533994588

IndiPRO Tools PD-95 DIGI Specs

Mount / Series TypeGold Mount
ChemistryLithium-Ion
Capacity (Wh)95 Wh
Amp-Hours6.6 Ah
Output Voltage14.8 VDC
Accessory Port1 x D-Tap
Dimensions (W x H x D)3.5 x 6.4 x 2" / 89 x 162 x 51 mm
Weight1.6 lb / 0.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 4.5 x 3.6"
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Anyone know how accurate the LCD display is?
Asked by: Claude
So far, we have not heard of any issues with the accuracy of the battery meter. Overall, B&H customers are very satisfied with IndiPRO Tools products.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can you charge these with the original Anton Bauer gold mount charger?
Asked by: xavier m.
It comes with a d tap charger that does the job. https://<a href= http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1198329&gclid=CjwKEAjw-Oy_BRDg4Iqok57a4kcSJADsuDK1ozedvl4vFTCpcEEbpY1RQDhZhdTKXNlIrshUzh-8wxoCMufw_wcB&Q=&ap=y&m=Y&c3api=1876%2C92051677562%2C&is=REG&A=details target= _blank >www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1198329&gclid=CjwKEAjw-Oy_BRDg4Iqok57a4kcSJADsuDK1ozedvl4vFTCpcEEbpY1RQDhZhdTKXNlIrshUzh-8wxoCMufw_wcB&Q=&ap=y&m=Y&c3api=1876%2C92051677562%2C&is=REG&A=details</a>Original will work to charge.
Answered by: Jon N.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Based on the previous Q&A about using an AB Gold Mount charger to charge these batteries, I ordered two of them. I reviewed the batteries two days ago and cannot get them to charge at all on my AB charger. Is there a solution to my issue?
Asked by: Neil
Unfortunately our batteries are not compatible with AB Gold Mount Chargers. There is a chip is all AB Chargers that communicate with all AB Batteries which allows for them to charge. I would recommend buying one of our chargers or one that is similar in order to charge up these batteries.
Answered by: jaycee i. IndiPRO Tools Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Just got this battery, is it normal that, once fully charged, it discharges itself to empty when not in use?
Asked by: Claude
It doesn't actually discharge, it says 0% (or sometimes 3%) on the LCD but you actually have whatever percentage it had last time you used it. It helps if your camera has a battery voltage indicator (I use these with the Ursa Mini and it shows me the percentage) since that's always gonna be accurate. So in essence the LCD works for the most part but sometimes will say it's at 0% even when it's not. I tested this when I stopped shooting it was still at 20%, then took it off the camera and a few minutes later it was at 0%, but then I used on the camera for pretty much another 30 minutes even though it said 0% the whole time.
Answered by: Joao Felipe K.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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