Next Generation Cellink Battery Pack
Longest Parking Mode Power Source
Powers Dash Cam when engine is OFF
View battery status via Cellink App
Charges from either cig lighter or fusebox
Up to 25 hrs run time 1-CH Dash Cam
Up to 15 hrs run time 2-CH Dash cam
Highest Quality LiFePO4 Battery
Compatible with car 12V electrical systems
Authorised Australian Cellink Reseller
12 Month Warranty
The next generation Cellink NEO is the refined and improved successor to the Cellink-B Battery Pack. The Cellink NEO is globally renowned as the leading and most dependable Dash Cam Battery Pack.
The NEO has a sleeker and more minimalist design to stylishly blend in with your car. It now has integrated Bluetooth connectivity to pair with a smartphone. The dedicated Cellink NEO App allows you to view the battery % level, whether it is charging or discharging, how long it can power the Dash Cam for and how long it will take to fully charge.
The system works by charging a high quality lithium iron phospahte (LiFePO4) battery through your cig lighter socket socket while your car is running. When your car is turned off, the charged battery is then used to provide continuous power to your Dash Cam without the need to draw any power from your car battery. This process is very effective in reducing the risk of battery discharge, low voltage electrical warnings and flat car batteries.
If you can’t or don’t want to install a Dash Cam hardwire kit to your car’s fuse box, the Cellink NEO is the DIY solution for powering your Dash Cam during Parking Surveillance Mode recording.
When charging through a cigarette lighter socket, the Cellink NEO fully charges after only 80 minutes of driving time.
When charging through the included hardwire cable, the Cellink NEO fully charges after only 45 minutes of driving time.
It offers the longest duration of recording time compared with any other model. Continuous running times include up to 15hrs for a 2-channel Dash Cam and up to 25hrs for a single channel Dash Cam (approx depending on camera brand/model and settings). However, these running times are for continuous, non-stop recording. Most proper Parking Mode Dash Cams record only when motion is detected so the battery life/recording time is even longer.
The high quality lithium iron phosphate battery means the system can reach temperatures of up to 70°C before the internal sensor automatically shuts the system off safely.
The new Cellink NEO is an advanced mobile power pack for your Dash Cam – this is the latest model by the Korean manufacturer, Egens Co.
The Cellink NEO is a high quality unit with exceeding reliability, performance and clean looks.
*Not compatible in 24V systems (trucks, commercial vehicles)
1. If charging the Cellink NEO through your vehicle cigarette lighter socket, make sure the input power switch is set on LOW (5A)
Once the Cellink NEO is connected to the cigarette lighter socket and operating, never turn the switch to HIGH (9A) during operation. This may cause functional failures, overheating, or damage to the cables and ignition due to overcurrent.
2. If hardwiring the Cellink NEO into a fusebox, make sure the power switch is set on HIGH (9A)
3. Not compatible in 24V systems (trucks, commercial vehicles)
4. If connecting the Cellink NEO to a Lukas, BlackSys or FineVu Dash Cam, the Dash Cam hardwire cable must be connected to the 3-wire output cable of the NEO
If connecting the Cellink Neo to a BlackVue Dash Cam, the BlackVue cig lighter power cord must be connected to the female cig lighter output cable of the NEO
Typical non-hardwire set-up (male cig lighter plug charges NEO through vehicle cig lighter socket + female output socket for Dash Cam connection):
What’s in the box?
- Cellink NEO battery
- 2 x charging input cables to charge the NEO – either charge the NEO via the included hardwire cable or the 12V cigarette lighter cable (male adaptor)
- 2 x output cables for the Dash Cam connection – included is a female cig lighter socket & a 3-wire cable for Dash Cams with hardwire cables
- Adhesive velcro strips
- Fusetaps (if hardwiring, we recommend hardwiring is performed by a qualified electrician and a suitable circuit that loses power when the engine is OFF must be used)