USB Charger Enlists For Mobile Military Deployment

Techaya’s MILTECH 8P embarks as an ultra-compact rugged USB charger for mobile military platforms. The unit is powered by a wide range of in-vehicle dc-power inputs (9 to 36 Vdc) to deliver up to 2A of continuous power to every port.

 

The rugged charger is equipped with a MIL STD 1275 power supply, D-38999 power connector, and meets the MIL STD 810, MIL STD 461 and IP 51 specification. The MILTECH 8P measures 4.49” x 3.74” x 1.44”, weighs 0.66 lbs. and can be discretely mounted via integrated screw brackets.

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The MILTECH 8P is available from MilSource. For more details, visit Techaya.

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