The Compact AC/DC Battery Charger from Watson charges many different batteries using dedicated interchangeable plates, which are required and available separately. The charger runs on 100-240 VAC power, allowing for worldwide use. It features a fold-out 2-prong US plug and is supplied with a European plug adapter, as well as a 12 VDC car charger that plugs into a cigarette lighter. This makes it ideal for use both at home and on the road. The Compact AC/DC Charger features a USB power output that allows you to charge and power MP3 players, phones, digital cameras, and other devices with a USB power input - even while charging your camera or camcorder batteries.
- Compact Design, Fold-Out AC Plug
- USB Port for Charging USB Devices
- 100-240 VAC Power for Worldwide Use
- Includes Euro Plug Adapter
Watson ADC Overview
- 5USB Output
- 6Safety Features
Watson ADC Specs
Universal (Battery Plate Required)
|Number of Battery Bays|
1 x USA Type-A Plug
1 x Barrel/Coax Female Input
1 x USB-A Female Output (5 VDC at 1 A)
|AC Input Power|
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 100 mA
|Battery Output Voltage|
4.2 to 8.4 VDC at 800 mA
3.5 x 2 x 1.3" / 8.9 x 5.1 x 3.3 cm
3.1 oz / 88 g
32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
6.8 x 4 x 2.8"
Watson ADC Reviews
Watson Compact AC/DC Battery Charger
I shoot with both a Nikon D5200 and a D7500. Different batteries are required. This charger uses allows different adapter plates to for different batteries. AS a bonus it works on either AC or 12 V DC.
Used to charge an extra battery for my Sony ZV-1
Works well, and is a necessary purchase to charge any extra battery for the Sony ZV-1 camera.
Awesome travel charger
Best replacement for my old sony charger
It works, is light enough for travel. What more could I want?
Convenient to have on the road .
When traveling you can charge batteries while on your way and also at home .
Flawed design for plate retention
I bought this with two battery plates and had a terrible time swapping them due to the small plastic catch located opposite the four electrical contacts where battery plates attach. One plate refused to come off unless a screwdriver or stiff card was slid between the plate and base to disengage the catch. The catch is too prominent and doesn?t have enough spring (on my unit at least) to flex out of the divot on the back the plate. Not surprisingly, the catch broke after a few difficult plate swaps. There?s still enough friction to hold plates in place, and the charger works, but this could have been designed better. Batteries seem to fit into the plates well or adequately depending on the plate. Ultimately, it?s an inexpensive charger built inexpensively so I can?t be too harsh, but it?s a little frustrating.
Very convenient charger
This charger is very versatile. You can get different plates for different batteries and it comes with a car charger cord and European outlet adapter.
Works good for me
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