The SAFEST way to power your dashcam when you are away. The Cellink is built with the safest battery technology using LiFePO4 (lLithium Iron Phosphate) which will keep your dashcam running for long hours in parking mode with just 50 minutes of charging. The latest Cellink NEO 8+ comes with 25% more power (*) and USB 3.0 power outlet for fast charging of accessories such as mobile router and smartphone.
Capacity: 12.8V | 7,500mAh | 96Wh
Works independently: Yes
Bluetooth built-in : Yes
App Name: Cellink NEO Plus
USB 3.0 Power Outlet: Yes
Power duration: Up to 30 hours to dual-channel dashcam and Up to 55 hours to single-channel dashcam
Charging Time: ~50min [Hardwire | 9A] or ~1hr 40min [Cigar jack | 5A]
Default Charging Cable: Hardwire cable (to fuse panel)
Colour / Size / Weight: Black / 157 mm (W) x 207 mm (L) x 39.5 mm (H) / 1.7kg
Battery Cell: Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4)
Case material: Aluminium
High Temperature Cut-off: ~80ºC
Input Voltage: Cigar jack: 12 V ~ 17 V / 6.5 A (max) or Hardwired: 12 V ~ 17 V / 13.5 A (max)
Output Voltage (dashcam): 11 V ~ 14.5 V / 2 A (max)
Output Voltage (USB): 5V / 2 A (max)
Cigarette jack cable: Optional (Please PM if you require this)
Why using car battery is not recommended?
To power dashcams for parking mode is a challenging problem where mobile power is needed. Even though car battery has much higher capacity than Cellink battery, it is not designed for routine deep discharge cycles while car is parked hence its performance may deteriorate and life is shortened prematurely over time.
Automotive batteries perform differently from regular lithium ion batteries. Batteries for vehicles last much longer when stored in a charged state. The instability caused by leaving it discharge most of the time (during parking mode), will increase the sulfation process, resulting in the built up of lead sulphate crystals. A sulfated battery can lead to loss of cranking power (risk of unable to start), longer charging time, shorter running times between charges and shorter battery life.
Prolong discharge of car battery may cause electrical error on dashboard.