IndiPRO Tools 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4

IndiPRO Tools 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4

IndiPRO Tools 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4

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IndiPRO Tools 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4

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  • 9.2 Volt Regulated Power Converter
  • Accepts 11 to 17 VDC
  • Uses Dummy Battery Case
  • 28" Long Cable End-To-End
  • Blue LED Power Light
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The IndiPRO 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4 from IndiPRO Tools draws power from available industry standard batteries that feature a D-Tap, and regulates the power to a constant 9.2 volts. It features a D-Tap connector on one end, and a dummy battery that fits into the GH4 battery compartment on the other end.

The converter regulates any input voltage within the range of 11 to 17 VDC, providing 9.2 volt output. A built-in blue LED power indicator lights up when you have sufficient power. The entire converter, including cables is approximately 28" long end-to-end.

The converter provides regulated power from sources with a voltage range of 11 to 17 volts DC. The unit's power output is regulated to 9.2 volts, matching the power requirements of the camera.
The blue LED lights up indicating sufficient power.
When the unit can no longer convert the power to 9.2 volts, the LED will go out.
The D-Tap connector allows you to power your GH4 from readily available, but not included, brick style batteries.
UPC: 859576003638
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IndiPRO Tools 9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Connectors Line: D-Tap
    Load: Panasonic type dummy battery case
    Cable Length Approximately: 28" / 0.7 m
    Dimensions 1.5 x 1.5" / 3.8 x 3.8 cm
    Weight 0.3 lb / 136 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.7 x 3.3 x 2.3"
    9.2 Volt D-Tap Converter with 28" Cable for Panasonic GH4 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Oh boy. It doesn't properly fit. If you buy this item 2 things will probably happen: You'll open the package and take the battery out. You'll place the battery into your camera (GH4 or GH5) and as you push the battery in you'll soon discover that the placement of the cable on the dummy battery doesn't allow for it to be inserted all the way into the camera. The cable placement not only blocks the battery from being properly placed into the camera but it also doesn't even line up with the little flap that houses the dummy battery cable. You'll wonder why this was designed this way. Did indiPRO even bother to test their battery design with an actual GH4 or GH5? But no bother.� You're smart. You know that if you jam the battery in there you're probably going to damage the cable, most likely by stripping it, thereby endangering the life of the battery and voiding any chance of returning it for a refund.� Then you’ll return the battery for a full refund. -or- You'll do what I did: You'll think "hmm, I imagine the folks at indiPRO designed the battery to be this way because they know how a GH4's battery housing works. After all the title of the product specifically names the GH4 as the intended recipient of the dummy battery they designed so it's probably made this way for a reason." You'll remind yourself of that fact as you forcefully jam the battery into the camera, squashing and stripping the cable, but eventually getting it to fit. Once the DTap is connected to the V-mount battery you'll fire up camera. Hee-Haw! It works!� ..but at a severe cost. By stripping the cable you'll have exposed the wires to potential irreversible damage. You’ll probably have 2 maybe 3 more chances to remove and re-insert the battery before it's totally gone. (I had 2).� Once the battery is rendered useless you'll reach out to the people at indiPRO informing them of the design flaw and resulting damage caused by it. Although they respond quickly and are trying to be helpful even after you state the obvious: "how can you design a battery intended for a specific camera and then not properly design the battery for that camera?" they'll tell you: "that's just they way the battery is designed.” Then they’ll offer you a free replacement cable which is funny in a Sisyphus kind of way. � Looks like the battery wasn't the only dummy.
    Date published: 2018-01-22
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