USAR equipment accessories
Battery charger for Leader Hasty, Cam, Search & Scan

Used anywhere in the world

Charger input voltage is 100-240 VAC allowing it to recharge the batteries of Leader USAR control boxes all over the world.

International adapters

Adapters for international connections are included with the charger: UK, EU, AUS, USA.


Can charge one battery while not connected to the control box. The acquisition of a 2nd battery is recommended to continue the searches during the charge of the 1st.
Product features
Technical sheet


Charger dedicated to batteries for the different control boxes of USAR equipment: LEADER Search, Scan, Hasty & Cam.

Adapters for international connections are provided with the charger (UK, EU, AUS, USA).


Charger dimensions
H 10.5 x D 4.5 x W 3.5 cm
Charger weight
200 g
Charger input voltage
100-240 VAC / 50-60 Hz
International connection adapters


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