Updated July 22/21
Gold Mount Batteries
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Rolux YC Compact Gold-Mount Batteries
14.8 Volt, 98Wh, Gold Mount, USB, and D-tap. These Li-ion batteries use premium Samsung cells, 12 amp continuous draw and 18 amp peak draw capability, no memory effect, integrated intelligent control circuit for over current, voltage and temperature protection, military grade materials and construction, side mounted D-Tap and USB power connectors capable of simultaneous operation, 5 Led power indication system. 700 grams.
YC-98A (98Wh) - $249 - in stock
YC-135A (135Wh) - $299 - in stock
Rolux Two-Channel Gold Mount Charger RL-2KA - $239 - in stock
The Rolux RL-2KA is a portable Gold Mount battery charger with an XLR 4-Pin DC power output. The unit can charge two batteries simultaneously and features a built-in capacity management system, ensuring the fastest charge possible. 1 Year warranty, serviced in Canada.
Swit S-8192A 92 + 92 Wh Split-Style Gold Mount Battery
S-8192A 3 Stud/Gold Mount - $599 - special order
Split style battery, which can be split into 2 parts of total 92Whx2 (184Wh) capacity. D-tap DC output makes it possible to power the camera and other equipment simultaneously. It has a 4-level LED indicator to give you a view of remaining power and a connecting shoe. The build-in intelligent circuit has multiple protections of abnormal current, voltage and temperature. Warranty - 2 Year Canadian Warranty. Serviced in Canada.
CoreSWX Nano 98 WH Micro Gold Mount Battery - $329 - more in soon
- 98Wh Lithium-Ion Gold Mount Battery
- Supports up to 10A Continuous Draw
- 12V D-Tap & 5V USB Type-A Outputs
- Can Charge Battery Using D-Tap
- 4-Stage LED Status Gauge
- Up to 3.6 Hours of Runtime
- Ultracompact, Travel-Friendly Size
Core SWX Hypercore Neo 9 Mini 98W Gold Mount
$329 - special order
Capacity: 98Wh(14.8v, 6.6Ah)
Size: 3.54” x 4.65” x 1.90”
Normal Runtime: (25w) 3.6hrs.
RED Compatability: Fully compatible with all Red cameras (Red One, DSMC, DMMC2)- time remaining and battery levels are communicated to the camera, and are seen on the LCD screen.