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Cordless Explorer™ Display Cart


The first battery-powered, all-terrain, outdoor-rated large display cart makes pinnacle communication effortless everywhere.

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Cordless Explorer™ Display Cart

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Learn More About Our Cordless Explorer™ Display Cart





1024 Wh, 24V Lithium Iron Phosphate

Display Capacity

32 in - 75 in Display, 200 lbs


66 x 30 x 73 in


100mm x 100mm to 400mm x 400mm


200 lbs


• Cordless Explorer™ Display Cart
• 1024 wH, 24V Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery
• Ergonomic Handle
• 4 GFCI Outlets


Storm Blue


Cart: 3 Year Limited Warranty
Battery: 3 Years, 2,000 cycles

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Cordless Explorer™ Display Cart

The cart comes equipped with the Bretford Power System 1024 battery which has 1024wH of power. Depending on what is plugged into the cart, it can last up to 8 hours on a single charge. Use our battery run time calculator to see the run time with your set up.

The cart can support up to 75" large format displays, outdoor displays and interactive displays with up to 400mm x 800mm VESA mounting patterns. There is a unique model for displays with 400mm x 600mm and 400mm x 800mm VESA mounting patterns.

Absolutely, the BPS 1024 battery can be used simultaneously while charging. This ensures continuous operation without the need for the battery to be fully recharged.

Yes, the BPS 1024 battery is engineered to withstand a variety of weather conditions. It is certified with an IP65 rating, signifying its dustproof nature and ability to resist low-pressure water jets from any angle. A: The battery is designed to function effectively within a temperature range of -4°F to 113°F (-20°C to 40°C). Performance may degrade outside this range. The battery can function down to temperatures as low as -4°F (-20°C). Temperatures lower than this can impact the battery's performance and decrease its capacity. To ensure optimal performance, it's advisable to store and use the battery within the recommended temperature range.

Both Lithium Ion and Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) are rechargeable lithium battery types, but they have significant differences.

Lithium Ion batteries provide high energy density, but their lifespan is shorter, and they pose safety risks such as overheating and fire if not properly managed. On the other hand, LiFePO4 batteries, like the BPS 1024, offer several benefits:

Safety: LiFePO4 is one of the safest lithium chemistries available. It maintains high stability even under high temperatures, eliminating the risk of thermal runaway and fires.

Lifespan: LiFePO4 batteries can endure far more charge/discharge cycles than traditional Lithium Ion (NMC) batteries, extending the overall battery life.

Temperature Performance: LiFePO4 batteries continue to perform well even under extreme temperature conditions, making them ideal for outdoor usage.

While both types have their use cases, LiFePO4 chemistry in the BPS 1024 provides enhanced safety, longer lifespan, and improved performance under various conditions, making it an excellent choice.

The battery features a button and five LED indicators. A press and hold for three seconds will activate or deactivate the battery when it's connected to the receiver. When the battery is not on the receiver, a single button press will display the state of charge (SOC) for five seconds. For best use and care, when storing the battery for an extended period of time, deactivate the battery.

The LEDs show the charge level. If only LED1 is lit, the charge is between 0-20%. Each additional lit light indicates a higher charge, up to LED5, which signifies that the battery is 81-100% charged. When all LEDs are lit, it means the battery is fully charged.

When the battery is charging, the LEDs blink in accordance with the battery's charge level. If the battery is 0-20% charged, LED1 blinks. If it's 21-40% charged, LED1 remains lit and LED2 blinks. This pattern continues until all LEDs are lit, indicating a full charge.

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