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Profoto Pro 7b Battery Operated Power Pack

B&H # PRP7B1200 Mfr # 900721
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Product Highlights
  • 1200 Ws
  • Asymmetrical Power Distribution

The Profoto Pro-7b Battery Operated Power Pack is the standard of rental studios and the portable equipment of choice for the most demanding photographers worldwide.

The Pro-7 line is made to deliver thousands of flashes at a blazing recycling rate, without over-heating, shifting color temperature or power output.

Achieve action-stopping flash durations, even at maximum power output. At minimum power, the flash fires @ 1/3,000 second. Recycle time is 2.8 seconds @ full power, and 1.4 seconds @ 600 w/s. Power can be distributed asymmetrically or symmetrically to two lamp head outlets.

The removable 12V battery inside the 7B has a capacity of 250 full power flashes, or 1000 flashes at .25 power, and can be quickly replaced with an optional spare battery in a special cassette. The battery can be fully charged in 5.5 hours with the supplied Multi-Voltage AC charger, or via a car cigarette lighter in 2.5 hours. One or two Pro-7B packs, a few batteries, and a few lampheads provide the ultimate solution for the most involved location shoots.

7 F-Stop Range
The power output is variable from 1200 w/s to 18 w/s in 1/6 stop increments.
Large Charge Capacity
Each fully charged battery will provide 250 flashes @ full 1200 Watt/second output.
Multi Voltage
The battery may be charged from a wall outlet in any country in the world, using the battery charger which is supplied with four different removable plug adapters.
Charging Options
The battery may be charged directly from an automobile cigarette lighter with the optional 12V DC automobile charger.
Short Flash Durations
Stop action with 1/1400 sec. @ full power to 1/3000 sec. @ minimum power.
Fast Recycling Time
Requires only 2.8 seconds @ full power.
Power Distribution
Can be symmetrically or asymmetrically distributed through two lampheads.
Flash Ready Indication
Switchable acoustic signal "beeps" when unit is fully recycled. Also the "Test" button lights up when the power supply is ready to fire.
Built in Slave
Switchable slave enables synchronization with other flash sources.
Modeling Light
100W modeling light is powered for 20 seconds before automatic cut-off, conserving battery power.
Optional AC Adapter
Charges the battery while shooting, allowing significantly more flashes (701248).
Maximum Watt/Seconds 1200 w/s
Guide Number F-45.3 @ 2M, ISO 100 with standard zoom reflector
Recycle Time 2.8 sec @ maximum power, .1 sec. @ minimum power
Flash Duration 1/1400 sec. @ maximum power, 1/3000 sec. @ minimum power
Flash Variability 7 F-Stops
Voltage Stabilization Yes, +/- 1%
Distribution Asymmetrical or Symmetrical
Head Outlets 2
Flash Ready Indicator Charge Ready Light/Open Flash, Switchable Audible Beep
Built-in Slave Cell Yes, switchable
Sync Voltage 20V, less than 0.3 mA
Operating Voltage of Charger Auto ranging 90-130V and 180-260V, 45-65HZ
Battery Level Indicator Four Color LED's on Top Panel
Battery Charge Time 5.5 hours with AC Multi-Voltage Charger, 2.5 hours with Car Charger
Number of Flashes 250 @ full power, with full charge
Auto Dump Yes
Fan Cooled No
Dimensions 9.5 x 6.75 x 9" (24 x 17 x 23cm)
Weight 27lbs (12kg)
Profoto Pro 7b Battery Operated Power Pack
  • 12 Volt Battery with Cassette
  • Multi-Voltage 90-260V AC charger
  • Sync Cord
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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