At IBC 2019, FXLion was showing their new Nano Two and a high capacity 300Wh 14.8V 20.4Ah battery. The Nano Two is a follow up to the companies Nano One compact V-mount battery solution.
- D-tap Output: 14.8V
- Working current: 10A(Max)
- USB A Output: 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A Compatible QC2.0，QC3.0，FCP，BC1.2 fast charge agreement
- USB C Output/Input: 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A, 12V/2A, 15V/2A, 15V/2A, 20V/2.2A CompatiblePD2.0，QC2.0，QC3.0，BC1.2，FCP fast charge agreement
- Micro USB Input: 5V/3A
The Nano Two is the follow up to the Nano One which I reviewed on the site earlier in the year. It features all of the same functionality combined with a higher capacity.
The 14.8V battery features D-Tap, USB-A, Micro USB, and USB-C ports and a handy display that shows remaining power.
The Nano Two is a really useful addition to your bag – you could use these to power everything from your lights to your computer. And as well as their small size, if you’re on location there’s no need to take a bulky V-mount charger with you.
The Nano Two weighs 520g and it will work with all of the same Nano accessories that FXLion already makes for the Nano One.
Speaking of the Nano One, FXLion is now selling the battery in a variety of different colors if that happens to be your thing.
The Nano Two costs $269 USD.
BP-M300 300Wh 14.8V 20.4Ah
FXLion was also showing their new high capacity BP-M300 300Wh 14.8V 20.4Ah battery that is designed especially for high draw 14.8V devices.
- Capacity: 14.8V 20.4Ah 300Wh
- Power: 18A (MAX)
- USB: 5V / 2
- 4x D-Tap: 10A
- Dimensions: 126.5 (L) * 97 (W) * 96 (H) mm
- Weight: 1700g
The battery can supply 18A and it features four 10A D-Tap outlets, as well as a 5V USB.
The BP-M300 300Wh 14.8V 20.4Ah battery retails for $699 USD.