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Charger for BioNomadix Logger

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USB charger for Logger
Part #: BN-LOG-CHRG

BN-LOG-CHRG +5 volt @ 1amp – Connects the BioNomadix Logger* to mains power for charging. One supply is included with BioNomadix Logger system.

  • full charge lasts 24 of operation with 30 days stand-by
  • full charge in approximately 12 hours
  • Type: AC/DC power supply for 1 USB
  • Output connector: USB (accepts Logger charging cable USB to USB mini)

All BN series, wall plug-in, chargers are CE marked for the EC Low Voltage Directive and EMC Directive, and have one or more agency listed certifications (UL, CUL, CSA, GS, TUV and/or VCCI). The units have standard, modular/swappable, mains power input connections and operate over mains power ratings of 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz. Specify destination country when ordering.

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