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Charger 20 places

Cod. MTP 085
315€ (esc. iva)

The MTP 085 multiple charger allows simultaneous charging of up to 20 myWER series MTP 03x transponders and serves two specific functions: the first is to recharge the batteries, and keep them powered off, when the MTP 085 transponders are connected to its external power supply. The second is to just to keep the transponders off, without the need to connect them to an external power supply by simply keeping them inside the charger. This allows you to simultaneously carry the transponders and avoids that is turned on inadvertently. This will safeguard their autonomy for months. The restraint system, which ensures the electrical contact between the transponder and the charger is of the magnetic type and is without “friction”. This ensures a perfect fit between the parts and does not cause any signs of wear and tear typical of charging systems that require force when inserting in its holder. The MTP 085 multiple charger is easy to transport as its entire charging system is housed in a handy plastic case. The external 7.5Vcc power supply works with input voltages from 90 to 264VAC and is equipped with a power cord supplied with either Euro, UK, or USA plug. The MTP 085 multiple charger does not include transponders which must be purchased separately.

NOTE: myWER recommends charging the transponder at least every 3-4 months in the event of total inactivity

WARNING ! prices and products valid in Europe, for international proposal:


Technical data

Input voltage, power: 90/264 Vac, 135/370 Vdc - max 12 W
Power cord: option of Euro, UK, USA plug
Charging voltage: 7,5 Vdc
Warranty: 3 years
Dimensions: mm
Weight: kg
Operating temperature: 0/+25 ° C
Protection degree: IP44


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