Sale

BlackVue B-124X Ultra Battery Pack

$429.00 $419.00

or 4 payments of $104.75 with Afterpay

Genuine BlackVue Battery Pack

Longest Parking Mode Power Source

Charges while driving

Powers Dash Cam while parked

Bluetooth Connectivity

View battery status via Bluetooth App

Charges from either cig lighter or fusebox

Up to 25 hrs run time 1-CH Dash Cam

Up to 15 hours run time 2-CH Dash cam

Highest Quality LiFePO4 Battery

5V USB port to charge other devices

12V-24V Compatibility

12 Month Warranty

ADD EXPANSION PACK

SKU: 3144 Categories: ,

Description

The BlackVue B-124X Ultra Battery Pack is a high capacity system designed to offer the longest parking mode recording times.

The system works by charging a high quality lithium iron phospahte (LiFePO4) battery through either your cig lighter socket or fusebox while your car is running. When your car is turned off, the charged B-124X battery is then used to provide continuous power to your BlackVue Dash Cam without the need to draw any power from your car battery.

Charging the B-124X via the fusebox is faster (40 min charge time), but if you don’t want to hardwire anything into the fusebox, it can be charged it up via your cig lighter socket (80 min charge time).

The BlackVue B-124X Ultra battery is compatible in both 12V and 24V vehicle systems.

It also has a 5V USB port so you can connect other devices and charge them up (eg. smartphone, tablet)

The battery charge level can also be checked via the battery bluetooth app.

Notes:

1. If charging the BlackVue B-124X through your vehicle cigarette lighter socket, make sure the input power switch is set to “cigarette”

Once the B-124X is connected to the cigarette lighter socket and operating, never turn the switch to HIGH (9A) during operation. This may cause functional failures, overheating, or damage to the cables and ignition due to overcurrent.

2. If hardwiring the B-124X into a fusebox to charge, make sure the power switch is set to “hardwire”.

3. If hardwiring, we recommend hardwiring is performed by a qualified electrician and a suitable circuit that loses power when the engine is OFF must be used

 

You may also like…