Celestron PowerTank Lithium Pro Power Supply

Celestron PowerTank Lithium Pro Power Supply

Celestron PowerTank Lithium Pro Power Supply

B&H # CEPTLPRO MFR # 18768
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Expected availability: Jul 23, 2018

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Value: $27.00

Product Highlights

  • Large 159Wh Capacity
  • Lithium Iron Phosphate Chemistry
  • Environment Friendly, No Toxic Metals
  • Dedicated Celestron Mount Power Port
  • Two 5 VDC USB Charging Ports
  • 12 VDC Car/Vehicle Port
  • Separate White and Red Flashlights
  • High/Low Outputs for Each Light
  • IP65-Rated, Weather and Dustproof
  • Compact and Lightweight
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Capacity: 159 Wh

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  • 1Description

Employing a more environmentally-friendly battery chemistry than previous iterations of the PowerTank line, Celestron's PowerTank Lithium Pro Power Supply gives you the power required to run your motorized Celestron mount with the added capability of charging small electronics, such as smartphones, tablets, and cameras.

Its Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery has an impressive capacity of 159Wh that will power most Celestron mounts for up to 17 continuous hours. Two USB ports are ideal for small electronics, while a more powerful car/vehicle port can power larger devices. An integrated white LED flashlight with two output settings gives you the illumination you need to get to your observation point and to help you during set-up. A separate red LED light allows you to perform tasks like swapping eyepieces or attaching filters without affecting your night-adjusted vision.

The PowerTank has a compact form factor at 8.75x6x4" and weighs in at 4.5 pounds. A strap is included so you can attach it to a tripod leg, but if you want to leave it on the ground it has an IP65-rating making it dustproof and water-resistant.

Battery
  • 159Wh capacity
  • Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery chemistry
  • Uses phosphates instead of environmentally hazardous elements like cobalt or lead, which are commonly found in other rechargeable batteries
  • Un-recharged shelf life of 10 years
  • Performance degrades at a much slower pace than other chemistries
  • Includes wall charger with assorted interchangeable international plugs
Power Outputs
USB ports:
  • One 5 VDC quick-charge port
  • One 5 VDC, 2100mA USB port
  • Use to charge small electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, and cameras
Celestron telescope port:
  • One 12 VDC 5A power port designed to power Celestron mounts
  • Powers mounts for up to 17 hours
  • Includes a 6.5' power cable for Celestron mounts
Car/vehicle plug:
  • Standard plug for larger devices
  • 12 VDC 10A
Lights
  • White LED flashlight to navigate and for use during set-up
  • Red LED light to preserve night-adjusted vision while performing tasks during observation sessions
  • Each color has two brightness settings, Low and High
Construction Details
  • LED charging and charge-status indicators
  • Compact 8.75x6x4" form factor
  • IP65-rated, dustproof and water-resistant against driving rain
  • Includes strap to connect to a telescope tripod leg
  • Integrated carrying handle
  • Weight: 4.5 pounds
UPC: 050234187688
In the Box
Celestron PowerTank Lithium Pro Power Supply
  • Tripod Strap
  • AC Wall Charger
  • 4 x International Adapter Plugs
  • Power Cable for Celestron Mounts (6.5')
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Battery Chemistry Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4)
    Capacity 158.74 Wh
    Charge Time 6 h
    Inputs 1 x 16 VDC, 2 A charging port
    Outputs 1 x USB port, 5 VDC quick-charge
    1 x USB port, 5 VDC 2.1 A
    1 x 12 VDC, 5 A Celestron telescope power port
    1 x 12 VDC, 10 A car/vehicle port
    Light Panel White LED flashlight
    Red LED flashlight
    Weatherproofing IP65-rated, dustproof and weather-resistant
    Dimensions 8.75 x 6.0 x 4.0" / 22.2 x 15.2 x 10.2 cm
    Weight 4.5 lb / 2.0 kg
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