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Thinkware iVOLT BAB-50 Battery Pack

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Thinkware iVOLT BAB-50 Battery Pack

Designed for Thinkware Dash Cams, the BAB-50 is an excellent solution to enhancing the parking mode features of the dash cam and eliminate wear and tear on the vehicle’s battery. When your vehicle is powered off, the BAB-50 will provide power to your dash cam for parking mode recording.

The BAB-50 is compact-sized, making it easy to hide inside the vehicle, especially in smaller vehicles. The BAB-50 takes approximately 45 minutes to fully charge (7A Speed Charge) and can power a dual-channel dash cam system up to 16 hours.

Made up of LiFePo4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) cells, the BAB-50 is designed to withstand extreme temperatures, go through more charge cycles (up to 1,500 charge cycles) and is more environmentally-friendly than traditional Lithium-ion batteries.

Without a battery pack, some vehicles may bring up a ‘Battery Discharge’ warning if you leave your dash cam running in Parking Surveillance Mode for several hours as it is detected as an excessive vehicle battery drain. Fitting a battery pack is the best solution to prevent it from happening.


12V Cigarette Charging Cable is not included. The iVOLT BAB-50 must be hardwired to the fusebox.

Thinkware Hardwire Kit is required for the Unspliced 3-Wire Output Cable option. We strongly recommend soldering the wires for a secure connection between the Thinkware Hardwire Kit and the Unspliced 3-Wire Output Cable. For a plug and play experience, choose the Spliced Hardwire Kit.


Hardwire Installation

12V Outlet Installation

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What's Included

  • Thinkware iVolt Mini Battery Pack
  • Power Input Hardwire Cable
  • Output Cable of Your Choice
  • Add-A-Fuse of Your Choice
  • Velcro Tape
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 1-Year Warranty


Input Power

12.0V – 15.5V / 10A MAX

Output Voltage / Current

12.0V – 14.6V / 2.0A MAX

Charging Voltage / Current

14.6V / 7A (Hardwire)
14.6V / 5A (Plug & Play)

Charging Time

About 45 minutes (Hardwire)
About 60 minutes (Cigarette Plug)

Usage Time

1-Channel: Up to 20 hours (2.9Wh)
2-Channel: Up to 16 hours (3.5Wh)


LiFePo4 (Lithium iron phosphate)

Battery Capacity

12.8V 4,500mAh 57.6Wh

Charge Cycles

up to 1,500 charge cycles


165.4(W) x 131.2(L) x 36.8(H)



Operating Temperature

Charging: 0°C~45°C
Discharging: -10°C~60°C

Storage Temperature

-10°C ~ 60°C

Storage Humidity Range

65% ±20%RH


1-Year Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Gerry J. (Killeen, US)
Works well, but a different hardwire charging cable maybe required.

The Thinkware battery works well. When switching from a Cellink battery (Cellink B or Celling Neo) to the Thinkware battery, you will need a different hardwire charging cable. The hardwire charging cable that connects to the the fuse box and attaches to the battery, has a different plug type. In other words, the cable for the Thinkware battery has a female end while the cable for the Cellink battery has a male end. So, be prepared to replace the cable when switching battery types.

The Thinkware battery does not have any audible tones. You will have to rely on looking at the red or green lights to know if the battery is charging or not charging.

VITO D. (Staten Island, US)

Great company and products and the support is especially awesome!!!!
Thank You

Leo ('Ewa Beach, US)
Velcro Doesn’t Stick

The Thinkware iVOLT BAB-50 battery works fine. Katrina helped me figure out how to hardwire the properly. The only issue I have is with the Velcro. The Velcro doesn’t stick to the carpet under the driver seat in my new 2021 Toyota Sienna. I purchased industrial strength Velcro from elsewhere but that too doesn’t stick. I suggest including Velcro that actually sticks to carpeting in any vehicle, if such Velcro even exist. Other than the Velcro, everything else is good. Katrina responded to my email messages instantly and was able to answer all the questions I had.