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Multi-bay NP-50 charger


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I thought I saw a photo either here or on one of the FB pages of a multi-bay slot-loading charger for 6 or 8 NP-50 (Fuji) batteries as used in Lectro SSM transmitters (and the new little Zaxcom one, I think). Search as hard as I can - I can't find it again. Does anyone have a link?

Thanks, Nick

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Sound Guys Solutions are meant to coming out with an eight bay one. Couldn't tell you when, it's all in the rumour mill at the moment. There was a bit of talk about it on the Australian soundie FB forum recently. I for one keenly await.

Cheers Nate.

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 We did do a custom run of some 10 bank charges. We do have 4&8 bank charges in the works but unfortunately have had a delay in our molded parts. 

 We do currently have a USB powered 2-bank charger available.  This does charge the batteries simultaneously.  We've had a couple clients use these and a USB charging hub to make multi chargers.

 

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On 7/27/2017 at 3:26 PM, Gene Martin said:

 We did do a custom run of some 10 bank charges. We do have 4&8 bank charges in the works but unfortunately have had a delay in our molded parts. 

 We do currently have a USB powered 2-bank charger available.  This does charge the batteries simultaneously.  We've had a couple clients use these and a USB charging hub to make multi chargers.

 

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i know this is an old post, but i stumbled oppon.. but what molds ???   the plastic parts  ? 

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