Thermal imaging cameras
Charge base for Leader TIC 3.1/3.3/4.1/4.3 + 2 batteries


The charge base recharges all the following LEADER thermal imaging cameras: TIC 3.1, TIC 3.3, TIC 4.1 and TIC 4.3.
The base can be used to connect cameras mounted with or without a pistol grip.
4 batteries can be recharged simultaneously (2 in the camera + 2 on dedicated pads).
The advantage of charging the batteries in the camera is that it is ready to go on the field.
Mounting on vehicle (12-24V) or mains (110-240V)

Fast charging

Faster charging than with mains charger: Only 1h30 is needed to charge 100% the LEADER LiFePO4 batteries!

Charge indicator

LEDs visually inform on the state of full charge or not. Orange: charging, Green: battery charged.
Product features
Technical sheet
Associated products


Leader TIC 3 and Leader TIC 4 thermal imaging cameras can all be recharged on the charge cradle. This one can be mounted in a vehicle (12-24V) or mains (110-240V). It charges LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries in the camera in a minimum of time without having to remove them, same time it charges 2 extra batteries on 2 dedicated pads out of the camera.


Charging station for LEADER TIC3 and LEADER TIC4 (with or without handle) and 2 additional batteries
Batteries to charge
LEADER LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries
Vehicle (12-24V) or mains (110-240V)
12-24V transformer for vehicles or 110-240V transformer for mains connection
Batteries charged simultaneously
Up to 4 batteries (1 or 2 batteries charged in the camera + 1 or 2 on dedicated charging pads)
Charging time
100% in 1h30

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