PAGlink 9708 Cube Charger, Charge up to 16 PAGlink batteries simultaneously
The PAGlink Cube is a robust and compact location charger. It is an enhanced version of the PAG Cube charger.
The PAGlink Cube is designed for charging linked PAGlink batteries, from any state of charge, as well as non-linking V-Mount Li-Ion batteries. Up to 16 PAGlink batteries can be charged simultaneously (4 linked batteries per channel).
PAGlink means no more power concerns when using high-current camera set-ups, and no more midnight battery swapping on the charger.
At the end of a shoot, simply link your batteries and connect them to the charger. The next day, they will be fully charged and ready to go.
The charging process is managed automatically by the PAGlink batteries’ high-speed network and the Cube’s Intelligent Parallel Charging software.
During charging, the percentage state-of-charge of each PAGlink battery is indicated on its individual display. The most-discharged batteries are given a higher charge priority. Fully charged batteries will stop accepting charge automatically and independently.
The PAGlink Cube can also be used to charge simultaneously the latest non-linking PAG and Sony Li-Ion batteries, or to charge sequentially the previous generation of PAG Li-Ion batteries.
The stages of the charging process for each channel are clearly indicated on the unit’s large backlit LCD screen.
Using a PAG charger to charge and manage your PAG batteries is the best way to achieve the maximum number of cycles and the longest possible working life.
The PAGlink Cube is quiet and cool-running. It features a retractable handle to maintain its compact dimensions for transportation.
A recovery feature is included, to recover Li-Ion batteries if their cut-out has been tripped.
The high-power PAGlink Cube can be used to power your camera from any AC supply worldwide, with the addition of the PAG Camera Power Adaptor Model 9701V. The battery-sized Camera Power Adaptor can be connected to any channel on the charger and used to power any modern broadcast camera via its XLR4 output. The charger is capable of supplying 6A at 16.8V, which is approximately 100W.