The Dionic XT 150Wh batteries are certified as flight safe, however as per the IATA Guidelines only 2 units may be transported in carry-on luggage, per person.
For more information please read the VMEDIA IATA Guidelines For Air Transport of Lithium Metal and Lithium-ion Batteries
The XT series of batteries from Anton Bauer is designed and engineered to give the longest lasting and most reliable Li-ion batteries in their class.
With a 12A constant current capability (20A for 2s to deal with inrush on challenging loads) the XT series will power even the most demanding 14.4v cameras and LED fixtures.
Each battery comes equipped with a multi-mode backlit display (with touch switch for backlight activation and mode selection) as well as USB and P-Tap power outputs for accessories.
Air Transportation Regulation
Dangerous Goods Regulations 49CFR Parts 100-185, Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations apply to all Lithium-Ion battery transport.
Air Transportation Declaration
Vitec Videocom, Inc. declares that the Anton/Bauer Dioni XT lithium-ion battery packs contain equivalent Lithium content (ELC) in a quantity exceeding 8 grams and therefore is considered and must be handled and transported as a class 9 Hazardous article and is subject to regulation under Dangerous Good Regulations.
49CFR PARTS 100-185
Since the interpretation and application of regulations may vary with the aviation company, the transport of the Anton/Bauer Dionic XT Series battery may be disallowed even when the conditions described above are satisfied. Anton/Bauer therefore strongly recommends that you consult with your transportation company prior to transporting the battery pack.
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