The DQC1 features a USB-C input for charging the connected battery and supports up to 45 watts max. The charging module is housed inside a metal chassis. It also features a 4 LED charging meter, allowing you to monitor the progress of your battery's charge.
USB-C Input Standards Supported:
The DQC-1 Smart Battery Charger is super compact and portable, making it an ideal choice for reality TV, news, and documentary crews. It can easily be packed in a bag and taken on location, ensuring that your batteries are always charged and ready to go.
The DQC1 can also be used as a USB-C output device, supplying up to 45 watts. Because of its high wattage output, it is powerful enough to even run a laptop on set.
USB-C Output Standards Supported:
|Battery Life Meter||LED|
|Battery Cup Output Voltage Max||16. 8V @ 45W|
|Battery Cup Connector||2054 - 5 Blade|
Technically yes, you can. But it would be very slow.
If you use a 20V 2.5A USB-C power supply (like those used for laptops), you can expect a charge time of roughly 2.1 hours.
Yes. The DQC1 is designed to work with any 2054-style battery that meets the SBS Specification Version 1.1 standard.