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Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15

Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15 Chargers
Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15 Chargers
Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15 Chargers
Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15 Chargers
Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15
€21.99
Ex Tax: €18.17
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: UNK1
  • EAN: 6952506491780
Nitecore UNK1 charger for Nikon EN-EL14 / EN-EL14A / EN-EL15
Charger
BrandNitecore
ModelUNK1
Suitable for battery technologyLi-ion
Suitable for batterytype1x EN-EL14(A) - 1x EN-EL15
Microprocessor controlYes
Charging channels2
Charges independentlyYes
Charging current2x 1000mA
Charging methodCC, CV
InputDC 5V/2A
OutputSlot 1 (EN-EL15) 8.4V±1%, Slot 2 (EN-EL14/EN-EL14a) 8.4V±1%
Battery testerTest battery for defects before charging is started
Safety featuresShort-circuit and reverse polarity protection
Length85 mm
Width50 mm
Height25 mm
Weight59 grams
EAN6952506491780
Included in packagingNitecore UNK1, manual
Batteries includedNo
Made inChina

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