CU4000

Features

CU4000 Accurate remaining battery life intelligent charge count - Image

Accurate remaining battery life intelligent charge count

For twelve hours of operation

CU4000 One-hour quick charge - Image

One-hour quick charge

For HT4500 and PT4500 transmitters

CU4000 Charger with two charging compartments - Image

Charger with two charging compartments

For added convenience

CU4000 Smart current management system - Image

Smart current management system

Prevents overcharging and shows recovery time

CU4000 Microprocessor-controlled life-cycle management - Image

Microprocessor-controlled life-cycle management

With up to 1000 charging cycles

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Item# 2887X00060

Description

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The BP4000 and CU4000 represent a premium charging system for the transmitter of the WMS4500 wireless microphone system as well as for the body-pack receiver of the IVM4500 IEM in-ear monitoring system. The CU4000 provides two charging compartments for simultaneous charge of two devices. An integrated microprocessor monitors battery status and calculates the remaining battery life. It informs the user about the time needed to return to maximum service capability. Integrated charging contacts allow the BP4000 battery-pack to be used separately or to remain inside the transmitter or receiver while charging on the CU4000. The BP4000 plus CU4000 system helps to reduce battery costs as well as environmental hazards from used batteries.

General Specifications

Charging current
1.4 - 1.4 mA
Charging time
1 - 1.5 h
Number of charging slots
for 2 HT4500, 2 PT4500, 2 SPR4500 or 2 BP4000

Dimensions

Width
173 mm
Height
85 mm
Depth
30 mm
Weight
590 g (1.3 lbs.)

Design

Body
plastic
Finish
black

Powering Interface

Voltage
12 to 12 V

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