Cellink NEO Battery

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Overview

Cellink NEO Battery Pack

The next generation in Cellink battery pack technology is here with the Cellink NEO battery pack. With dash cams getting more and more popular, it’s much more apparent that we need a new way to power these dash cameras. The ever popular Cellink Battery B has been used and recommended by professionals for its dependability and high capacity.

The Cellink NEO is an all-new dash cam battery pack with an integrated smartphone app that lets you quickly see the battery percentage, as well as the power draw. These battery packs are the perfect solution for those who want the maximum protection, as parking-mode recording is extended significantly and the wear-and-tear on the vehicle’s own battery is eliminated. There’s no need to look at the battery once it’s installed, taking its simplicity even further to use! Powered by LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate), this battery pack is designed with dash cams in mind.

Smartphone & Bluetooth Integration

The Cellink NEO battery pack features bluetooth technology. When paired with the app that’s available on iOS App Stores and Google Play Store, it’s super easy to see the status of your power pack. The app itself provides a multitude of easy-to-read information, including overall battery percentage, whether the unit is charging or discharging, how long it can power the camera for, as well as how long it’ll take to fully charge. With these useful new features and extended battery times, it makes it easy to recommend the Cellink NEO as the ultimate solution for powering your dash cam.

Extend Your Battery Pack Protection Further

Get more power by combining your Cellink NEO Battery Pack with a Cellink NEO Extended Battery Pack.

Power Duration Capabilities

A fully charged Cellink NEO battery pack can run a single 1-channel dash camera for about 45 hours, while a dual-channel system can be run for about 25 hours with its integrated 76.8Wh. This measurement based on continuous runtime.

A fully charged Cellink NEO can run a BlackVue DR900S-1CH dash camera for about 25 hours while a dual channel system like the BlackVue DR900S-2CH will be about 15 hours with its integrated 76.8Wh. On the other hand, a BlackVue DR750S-1CH dash camera for about 28 hours while a dual channel system like the BlackVue DR750S-2CH will be about 18 hours.


Resources

Check out our review of the Cellink NEO. We've also written a comprehensive english manual for the Cellink NEO's smartphone app.

Review: Cellink NEO

What is a Battery Pack?

Installation: Battery Pack

Comparison: Cellink NEO vs Cellink B

For more YouTube videos on the Cellink NEO, click here.

What's Included

  • Cellink NEO Battery Pack
  • Add-A-Fuse of your choice
  • Power Input Hardwire Cable
  • Power Input 12V Cigarette Plug
  • Power Output Cable Of Your Choice
  • User Manual
  • 1-Year Warranty

Cables Explained

Input Cables for Installation

Cellink Hardwire Kit:
Allows the Cellink NEO Battery Pack to charge at a higher rate of 9 Amps, so it’s able to charge the battery in 45 minutes to full

Cellink 12V Power Cable:
Easier for install, but it charges the dash camera with lower current of 5 Amps, extending the charging time to 1 hour and 20 minutes

Output Cables for Installation

Female 12V Cigarette Socket Output:
This should be used for BlackVue dash cams and other cameras that switch into parking mode using the G-sensor. These are cameras that switch into parking mode after your vehicle is parked for a few minutes. The BlackSys dash cams can also work with this output method if the 'Use External Power' option is enabled.

Spliced Hardwire Kit Output Harness:
This kit is designed to work with the BlackSys and Thinkware dash cams. The hardwire kit is pre-spliced by one of our technicians so that it will switch into parking mode based on the ignition. Thinkware dash cams will not switch into parking mode if the female cigarette socket is used.

Unspliced 3-Wire Hardwire Kit:
If you already have a three wire (B+, ACC, Ground) hardwire kit, you can splice it into the Cellink Battery B battery pack output yourself. This is a good option for the DIY-ers out there.

If you have any further questions, our product experts are here to help.

App Screenshot

Specifications

BATTERY CAPACITY

76.8 Wh

CHARGING TIME

45 min (9A Hardwire) | 1 hr 20 min (5A Cigarette Plug)

CHARGING VOLTAGE / CURRENT

14.6V / 5Ah

BLUETOOTH

Built-In

LED

Built-In

SPEAKER

Built-In

DIMENSIONS

150mm X 170mm x 38mm

WEIGHT

1.3Kg

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-10°C - 65°C (14°F - 149°F)

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

South Korea

WARRANTY

1-Year Manufacturer Warranty

Compatibility

Do you own a dash cam that is not sold on our website? Not to worry, we have a list of dash cams that are compatible with the battery packs. Don't see your dash cam on the list? Contact us at info@blackboxmycar.com.

The following are dash cam brands that are compatible with our battery packs: Thinkware, BlackVue, IROAD, Garmin, Vantrue, Rexing, GoPro, HD Mirror Cam, and ROAV.

FAQ

How many hours of parking mode will a battery pack offer?

Please note the below are averages and may differ unit to unit.

Battery Pack

1-Channel

2-Channel

Cellink NEO

Up to 36 hours

Up to 24 hours

Cellink NEO + NEO Extended

Up to 72 hours

Up to 48 hours

What is a dash cam?

A dash cam stands for a dashboard camera that is mounted inside the vehicle, usually on the front windshield. A dash cam, depending on the model, can do many things such as record both when the vehicle is being driven and when it’s parked, record audio, provide a connection to a smartphone app so that video can be reviewed and saved on the spot, etc.

What is an IR dash cam?

An IR dash cam is a dash cam with infrared lights that provide recording details under poorly-lit conditions, as well as total darkness. These are dual-channel dash cam setups with a regular front-facing unit and a secondary unit that comes with infrared lights.

The secondary unit is typically mounted to face and record the interior of the vehicle, and thus is especially recommended for rideshare users, such as for Uber and Lyft, or for commercial use, such as fleet managers.

Why buy a premium dash cam?

There are a few reasons as to why this is the case, and these reasons make a huge difference. Learn more about premium features including design, parking mode, smartphone integration, 4K UHD video resolution, g-force, ADAS, memory card storage and more.

What is parking mode?

Parking mode recording is a feature of a dash cam that keeps your dash cam recording footage even when the vehicle is off. Typically found only in premium dash cams, parking mode provides around-the-clock protection and surveillance for the vehicle.

What is Wi-Fi & GPS?

The wi-fi feature in a dash cam is what allows a smartphone to be paired to the dash cams. Unlike a regular wi-fi network signal that gives you internet access, the purpose here is just to connect the dash cam and smartphone together.

The GPS feature in a dash cam shows the vehicle’s speed and, for some models, the location of the vehicle with Google Maps integration.

How much footage will my memory card store?

Please note the below are averages and may differ unit to unit.

Memory Card

1-Channel

2-Channel

16GB

2 Hours

1 Hour

32GB

4 Hours

2 Hours

64GB

8 Hours

4 Hours

128GB

16 Hours

8 Hours

How do I install my dash cam?

There are 4 different methods to installing your dash cam which vary in difficulty. Check out our install guide for details.

Where do I find the latest firmware?

Find the latest firmware and all downloadable content here.

What is a Radar Detector?

Radar Detector is a device that detects invisible radar waves that are used to get a speed measurement of your vehicle. When the radar detector is triggered by the invisible radar waves, an audio and visual alert is set off for the driver to slow down to avoid speeding tickets.

What are false alerts on a Radar Detector?

False alerts are when the radar detector picks up on radar signatures not from a police officer. Two common types are stationary and moving false alerts.

What are the differences between a Ka, K, and X bands?

X Band radar waves fall between 8.0ghz and 12ghz. Law enforcement X band radar guns operate universally on 10.5ghz.

K Band radar waves fall between 18ghz and 27ghz. Police K band radar operates strictly at 24.125ghz and 24.15ghz.

Ka Band radar waves fall between 33.4ghz and 36.0ghz. With very few exceptions, if your radar detector alerts a Ka band, you can be sure there is a legitimate threat ahead or behind you.

What is MRCD or MultaRadar CD?

MultaRadar is a brand new threat to drivers across North America. Unlike traditional technology, MultaRadar does not operate at just one frequency which renders many old radar detectors obsolete from detecting MultaRadar.

What is the return policy?

We fully stand behind our products and are absolutely confident that they will meet and exceed your highest expectations. However, within 30 days of purchase, if you are unhappy with your unit or if you simply wanted to try out a dash cam, we will refund your money. No questions asked. For more details, click here.

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