Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries

BH #WADXSLM • MFR #DX-4203
Watson
Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries
Key Features
  • Charges Two Batteries Simultaneously
  • Interchangeable Battery Plates
  • Includes AC Cord & DC Car Adapter
  • USB Power Output (5 VDC)
The Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Batteries from Watson conveniently charges two batteries simultaneously, drawing power from either an AC wall source (an AC cord with two-prong plug is included) or a 12/24V DC power source (a DC car charger is also included). Additionally, the Duo Charger features a USB power output that supports up to a 2A draw to charge and power smartphones, digital cameras, and other devices with a USB power input.
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Would I be better off buying two of the single ...

Would I be better off buying two of the single chargers?
Asked by: Jeff
Using the Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries will provide the same charge results as using two single Watson Compact AC/DC Charger for L & M Series Batteries. The Watson Duo LCD Charger will charges two batteries simultaneously.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-09-05

I have noticed that the charger (DLC) displays ...

I have noticed that the charger (DLC) displays different battery capacity depending on charging bay used: right and left. For example: same battery shows 100% capacity when tested in the right charging bay but it shows only 95% when it tested in left charging bay. It means the left bay will never give a 100% capacity? What is the reason for this inconsistency?
Asked by: Michael
I contacted the distributor "The Gradus Group" via email and they contacted the developer who confirmed that its not normal. The battery capacity measurement results in both charging bays for the same battery must be identical.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-10-19

What year the old model D-4203 was discontinued?

What year the old model D-4203 was discontinued?
Asked by: Michael
The Watson D-4203 has discontinue in 2021.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-11-05

does this REALLY charge both batteries at the ...

does this REALLY charge both batteries at the same time, or does it charge them one at a time?
Asked by: steven
The Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries will charge two batteries simultaneously or independently.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-09-05

Does it work to charge NP-ZF100 batteries with ...

Does it work to charge NP-ZF100 batteries with the adapter?
Asked by: William
The Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries will not charge the ZF100 batteries. To charge ZF100 batteries, you will need to swap the available plates with Watson Battery Adapter Plate for NP-FZ100 (BH #WARPNPFZ100 • MFR #P-4237).
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-10-18

Would this charger work with the Blackmagic ...

Would this charger work with the Blackmagic Design 3500mAh Li-Ion NP-F570 Compatible Battery Blackmagic Design 3500mAh Li-Ion NP-F570 Compatible Battery for the BMPCC 6K Pro? Thanks
Asked by: Marcus
The Blackmagic Design 3500mAh Li-Ion NP-F570 Compatible Battery is an L-series battery that will work great with the Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-11-08

How I can visually distinguish the new MFR ...

How I can visually distinguish the new MFR #DX-4203 from the old MFR #D-4203 ? Is there any label information on the charger's body?
Asked by: Michael
The Watson Duo LCD Charger for L & M Series Rechargeable Batteries (#DX-4203) that replaces the older (D-4203) wiil not bear a difference in physical appearance and will operate the same.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2021-11-02

This is MFR #DX-4203. The old model was MFR ...

This is MFR #DX-4203. The old model was MFR #D-4203. What are the differences between the new and old (MFR #D-4203 is discontinued) models?
Asked by: Michael
No explicit differences are defined. Newer model has just improved on some internal design issues.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2021-11-01
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