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NETT+ Wearable Warfighter Power

NETT+ Wearable Warfighter Power

BT-70909

Rechargeable li-ion battery suitable for distributed modular wearable power. Higher energy density than BB-2525/U and BB-3525/U: 210Wh/kg vs. 127Wh/kg and 316Wh/L vs. 194Wh/L.

  • Chemistry#: Li-ion
  • ● Qualified to MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461
    ● Compliant with System Management Bus Specification (SMBus) v1.1 and Smart Battery Data (SBData) v1.1
    ● Absolute state of charge indicator

    Current configurations include

    Bren-Tronics
    Part Number

     Nominal 
    Amp-Hour Capacity

    Nominal
    Energy Capacity

    BT-70909AK 5.0Ah 75Wh
    BT-70909AE 5.6Ah 84Wh
    BT-70909AG 6.4Ah 98Wh
    BT-70909AV
    6.8Ah 101Wh

Size / Weight

  • Length

    7.1 in (180 mm)

  • Width

    3.0 in (77 mm)

  • Height

    0.9 in (23 mm)

  • Weight

    1.05 lb (0.48 kg)

Other

  • State of Charge Indicator

    Yes

  • Connector

    BT Designed Mating Connector

  • Voltage

    14.4

  • Maximum Voltage

    16.8

  • Storage Temperature

    -40°C to +55°C (-40°F to +131°F)

  • Operating Temperature

    -32°C to +60°C (-25.6°F to +140°F)

The following are related products that are not included with featured product and sold separately. Note: Battery charger models BTC-70801 (PP-8498/U), BTC-70844, BTC-70819, BTC-70836 (PP-8481B/U), and BTC-70870 requires battery adapters.

 

Chargers

Adapters

BTC-70801 (SPC, PP-8498/U)
BTC-70819 (SPC Lite)
BTC-70819-1 (SPC Lite, EU)
BTC-70819-3 (SPC Lite, 12V/24V DC)
BTC-70844 (SPC, CE)
BTA-70909-7 (SPC Adapter)
BTC-70824-1 (Solar Charge Controller)
BTC-70663 (Advanced Solar Charge Controller)
BTA-70909S (Solar Adapter)
BTC-70909-1 (Single Station Desktop Charger) -
In development
(Not Required)

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