Thermal imaging cameras
Mains charger for Leader TIC 3.1/3.3/4.1/4.3


The mains charger charges the following Leader thermal imaging cameras: TIC 3.1, TIC 3.3, TIC 4.1 and TIC 4.3.
2 batteries can be recharged simultaneously directly in the camera.
Once the charge is complete the camera is ready to go on the field.

Fast charging

LiFePO4 batteries are charged as follows: 100% in 2h, 90% in 1h30 and 80% in 1h20.

Charge indicator

LEDs visually inform on the state of full charge or not. Orange: charging, Green: battery charged.
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Mains charger allows LEADER batteries to be recharged directly in Leader TIC 3 and Leader TIC 4 thermal imaging cameras. Simple to connect, it quickly charges the batteries (100% in 2 hours). Green LEDs are activated once the charge is complete.


110-240V mains charger for LEADER TIC3 and LEADER TIC4
Batteries to charge
LEADER LiFePO4 rechargeable batteries
On mains
No additions needed
Batteries charged simultaneously
1 or 2 batteries charged in the camera
Charging time
100% in 2h, 90% in 1h30 and 80% in 1h20

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