PAGlink is a revolutionary system of intelligent linking batteries designed to power the wide range of cameras and accessories used for broadcast acquisition, video production and digital cinematography.
- No other battery system gives you as much power.
- No other battery system embraces so many advances in technology.
- No other battery system offers such good return on investment.
- Smaller and lighter batteries and chargers
- More efficient linked battery charging
- More outputs for accessories
A PAGlink Gold Mount System is also available.
PAGlink puts an end to your power worries and lets you concentrate on getting the shots you need.
PAGlink allows up to 8 batteries, in any state-of-charge to be linked for charge or discharge - an industry first.
Two fully-charged 96Wh PAGlink batteries become a super high-capacity 192Wh power source when linked. Three batteries offer a massive 288Wh with a combined weight of only 2.2kg.
PAGlink batteries are the smallest and lightest 96Wh V-Mount Li-Ion batteries in the industry, with the highest energy density.PAGlink batteries that have an individual capacity of 150Wh are also available.
Connect the batteries to your camera, and they will immediately recognise its data system and communicate their state-of-charge. This will be displayed as a percentage in the viewfinder or on the camera LCD.
Turn-on the camera, press the battery display button twice and a prediction of remaining runtime appears on the battery display. There is a choice between an economic 5-light indicator and a more convenient numeric display, which shows remaining run-time to a resolution of 1 minute, and capacity as a percentage.
PAGlink batteries are future-proof, externally programmable and simple to update in the field.
PAGlink PL96 batteries feature a 3 year guarantee with no restrictions on the conditions of use.
Up to 12A can be drawn from the linked batteries, via high-current contacts. The batteries will discharge in the most efficient way. At no time is current transferred from one battery to another. Instead it is delivered using a separate power rail or bus bar. This is one of the most intelligent features of the PAGlink system. The battery with one or more connected to its rear contacts becomes the ‘Master’ and controls the delivery of power using current from all the batteries in the stack.
Sharing the power also prolongs individual battery life.
When power is running low, PAGlink lets you add another battery, or hot-swap the rear battery for a fully-charged one. The ‘Master’ battery ensures continued delivery of power, and the intelligent PAGlink technology allows a fully charged battery to be linked to a discharged one.
A PowerHub for accessories
Connect a PAGlink Powerhub between 2 batteries. Make sure it has the D-Tap, Hirose or Lemo connectors you need on the side you want them. Connect the batteries to the camera and plug in your accessories. When power is
running low, hot-swap the rear battery without interrupting the supply of power. Use the Hub’s USB output to charge
your smartphone. The Powerhub is so much smarter than D-Tap connectors in a battery.
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Compact, lightweight PAGlink chargers
At the end of a day’s shooting, link all your discharged batteries and stack them on a PAGlink charger. By the morning they will be charged and ready to go again. 8 fullydischarged 96Wh batteries will be fully-charged in 7 hours. You no longer have to swap batteries over in the middle of the night to get all your batteries charged for the next day. There is no need to carry one large 4-channel charger for every 4 batteries, because the compact, lightweight 2-channel PL16 charges 16 batteries simultaneously.
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The World’s Smallest Multi-Battery Charger
If you only have 2 or 3 batteries and you are travelling light, the PAGlink Micro Charger will take care of charging those overnight. Similar in size to a phone charger, you will have no trouble finding a space for the Micro Charger in your camera bag; it is the industry’s smallest V-Mount, multi-battery charger.
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