Bolt PP-SC Splitter Cable for Power Packs

BH #BOPPSC • MFR #PP-SC
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Bolt PP-SC Splitter Cable for Power Packs
Key Features
  • Works with 4-Pin DIN HV Ports
  • Power Two Flashes from Single Power Port
The Bolt PP-SC Splitter Cable allows you to power two flashes from one 4-pin DIN HV power pack socket, such as those found on the Bolt Cyclone PP-400DR.
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Bolt PP-SC Overview

The Bolt PP-SC Splitter Cable allows you to power two flashes from one 4-pin DIN HV power pack socket, such as those found on the Bolt Cyclone PP-400DR.

Compatible Power Packs

Bolt Cyclone PP-310 Compact Power Pack
Bolt Cyclone DR PP-400DR Dual Outlet Power Pack
Bolt Cyclone X PP-600 Compact Power Pack
Any power pack that utilizes a 4-pin DIN HV port
UPC: 847628577220

Bolt PP-SC Specs

Interface
Connector 11 x Proprietary
Connector 21 x Proprietary
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.75 x 4.25 x 1.55"
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question

Is this compatible with Bolt PP-300?
Asked by: Juan C.
Yes, this splitter cable is compatible with the Bolt PP-300.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Is it safe to use this splitter cable with a Bolt Cyclone DR PP-400DR power pack and 3 Nikon SB-910 speedlights (or similar flashes) set to full power? I want to connect two flashes to one power pack socket using the splitter and another flash to the second socket. But I am hesitant whether the power drawn by three SB-910s simultaneously could overheat the battery pack or cause a malfunction.
Asked by: Till U.
Here is a response from Bolt:It would be safe, but only if you leave enough time between shots for the battery to cool down. 20 second interval minimum.
Answered by: Till U.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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