07.25.2005 01:08 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Anton/Bauer to address HD power requirements


The new Quad Battery Holder–HD (QBH-HD) complements the HyTron 140.

The new Anton/Bauer HyTron140 battery employs a nickel metal hydride cell technology developed for the newest low emission vehicles and e-bikes.

This new cell design provides a capacity improvement greater than 16 percent compared to the current HyTron 120. The new HyTron 140 is capable of loads up to 12 amps.

The new Quad Battery Holder–HD (QBH-HD) complements the HyTron 140. It provides dual voltage outputs of 14.4V and 28.8V simultaneously. The QBH-HD has two 14.4V outputs and one 28.8V output, and is capable of handling loads up to 10 amps.

See Anton/Bauer at IBC2005 stand 11.411, or visit: www.antonbauer.com.

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