GESXEXPSU-0

Geneq SXBlue II/III External Power Supply

Geneq SXBlue II/III External Power Supply

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The Geneq EXPSU uses the external power (11-28 VDC) from a vehicle or external battery to power an SXBlue II/III GPS receiver.

Features

  • Easily switch between battery and external power sources
  • Same dimensions as rechargable battery
  • Includes 6 ft. power cable with mounting brackets
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The EXPSU uses the external power (11-28 VDC) from a vehicle or external battery to power an SXBlue II/III GPS receiver. The unit allows the user to switch back to the standard battery at any time, offering flexible power options.

The EXPSU has the exact same dimensions as the battery of the SXBlue II/III. It attaches via four thumb screws similar to the standard battery. Once powered, the receiver will turn on automatically and a light at the front of the EXPSU will indicate external power is being supplied.

The unit comes with a 6 ft (92cm) power cable and 2 brackets to fix (if needed) the SXBlue II/III receiver on a flat surface.

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Geneq SXBlue II/III External Power Supply GESXEXPSU-0 External power supply for SXBlue II/III, 11-28 VDC
$250.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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