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Ruggidised Batteries

    • LexBatt Special Edition
    • LexBatt Special Edition

The L*xBatt Range of Ruggidised Batteries

Machined from solid Delrin engineering plastic and 6061-T4 aluminium, these batteries are watertight and ultra tough.  

The cable entry is designed not to allow any ingress of water in to your batteries, even if the cable itself is damaged!

At ArcEye we view the cable as a consumable part of these batteries and have designed the battery to allow for the replace-ability of the wire.

These ruggedised battery packs come in both 14.8v for ArcEye lamps and 7.2v versions, as replacement batteries for other suitable lamps.

LexBatt

  • 14.8v or 7.2v
  • 115 Watt hours
  • 12 high quality Li-ion 18650 cells with protection circuits

Our largest capacity battery pack.

It is ideally suited for extended expedition use where charging may be inconvenient

 

The LmxBatt

  • 14.8v or 7.2v
  • 63 Watt hours
  • 8 high quality Li-ion 18650 cells with protection circuits

LsxBatt

  • 14.8v or 7.2v
  • 38 Watt hours
  • 4 high quality Li-ion 18650 cells with protection circuits
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