The Meade LXPS 18 Lithium Battery is a 222 Watt-hour Lithium-Ion Battery with 12v DC output, ideal for powering your 12v telescope. It features a 110V AC inverter to power your laptop or other 110V AC-powered accessory. It also includes 5v USB charge ports and can power multiple electronic devices at the same time, allowing you the ability to multi-task while observing.
The Meade LXPS 18 Lithium Battery features a capacity of 18Ah, ideal for powering your 12v telescope. It can also power multiple electronic devices at the same time allowing you the ability to multi-task while observing. Power your telescope, charge your phone or tablet, or power your laptop for a short while.
The LXPS is not only ideal for powering your telescope, but is a great source of power during emergencies, camping, road trips, or wherever you need power when on the go.
The LXPS adopts high quality Lithium batteries, featured with long lifespan, high safety, high-power density, high capacity, high temperature resistance, slim size but more portable weight.
The Meade LXPS 18 Lithium Battery is built-in BMS controlled by smart power control processor, features excellent safety, including overcharge proof, over discharge proof, overcurrent proof, overpower proof and short circuit proof.
The Meade LXPS 18 is equipped with an ultra-bright red LED light, making it an ideal accessory to help you navigate in the night.
– LED Display
– Battery Capacity Indicator
– 110V/60HZ AC Inverter
– 3 x DC Output 12V
– 2 x USB Output
– 1 x USB Output with QuickCharge 3.0
– 2 x USB-C Output with QuickCharge 3.0
– On/Off Switch
– Red LED Light
– Carry Handle
– Cooling Vents
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