1400 KIT, batteri, batterilader og kontroller
Two powerful rechargeable 12 volt Lithium-ion batteries with a microprocessor inside. These batteries can optionally be used for our T-12 heated gloves and XR-12 heated gloves. These batteries can be stored in the cuff of the gloves and are ideal for commuters. Both batteries have a built-in temperature controller with 3 different settings. Red is 100% heat output, Orange is 66% heat output and yellow is 33% heat ouput. A LED-indicator shows how much power is left in the battery.
- When the battery is plugged into a 12 Volt product, push and hold “power” button to turn on
- To change the temperature of the product push and hold “power” again to change power level.
- The batteries lights will display the batteries current power level. 100% (red) indicates the highest.
- The power level push-button indicator can only be activated when connected to a product.
- To check the batteries remaining power first make sure it is unplugged from the heated gloves. Push and hold “power” and the LED lights on the battery will indicate how much power is left.
- Size: 48x70x21 mm and each battery weighs 135 grams.
Each battery is guaranteed for 500 charging cycles and a dual charger is also included in the B12V-1400KIT. The output of the B12V-1400 battery is 11,1 volt. A good conditioned motorcycle battery will give you 13.8 Volt when the engine is running. This means that the heated gloves in this red section will be warmer on a running motorcycle connected with a battery hook-up than connected to the portable batteries.
Sometimes customer asks us why the runtime of the 7volt heated gloves are longer than the batteries of the 12 volt heated gloves. The answer to that is simple. Because the 12 volt battery must be able to power a 12 volt glove, there can be put less amps into a hybrid battery for the hybrid heated gloves. The B12V-1400 battery has a capacaty of 1400 mah (or 1.4 Amps) where the B7V-2500 have a capacaty of 2500 mah (or 2,5 Amps).
Actual run time may vary depending on ambient temperature. Battery capacity decreases in very cold weather, especially if the battery is not insulated, and is left exposed to the elements. At less than -5°C a battery may only produce 80% of its capacity.
To extend battery life, keep even if the batteries are not used always at least 25% charged. In the summer charge the batteries therefore once a month. (Hint: write it in your agenda).