Lithium Ion Battery Charger (UC-90)
With the Olympus UC-90 Battery Charger you can charge the LI-90B and LI-92B Battery via USB connection. In addition you can charge it via AC connection if you use the power cable and the F-2AC (or F-3AC) Adapter which is supplied with the camera. Charging time for LI-90 B is around 210 minutes.
Item # V621036XW000
Note: The charger's input voltage will automatically regulate between 100V-240V~50/60Hz. For overseas use, we recommend only a plug adapter for the country you will be visiting. Plug adapters are usually sold at stores that feature travel items such as luggage.
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What is the point of selling this of you ate just ripping us off ny making us by a seperate cord! Normally the two come together. And it takes too long to charge, and priced way too high...its ridiculous.
Don't waste your money on this useless accessory
This accessory still requires the power adapter that came with the camera to charge the battery in camera. So you still have to carry an extra piece of equipment. I don't understand why Olympus didn't just make a simple plug in battery charger other than gouging their customers for another $60 or instead of the removable USB plug put an AC power adapter on the end of the charger.