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IndiPRO Tools IndiPRO Grid Battery System for Panasonic YAGH Interface (Two Sony L-Series Type)

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IndiPRO Tools IndiPRO Grid Battery System for Panasonic YAGH Interface (Two Sony L-Series Type)
Key Features
  • Powers from 2 x L-Series Type Batteries
  • 4-Pin XLR Cable
  • 30" Long Cable
  • Blue LED Power Light
The IndiPRO Grid Battery System for Panasonic YAGH Interface from IndiPRO Tools powers an optional interface unit using two available Sony L-Series type batteries. The unit requires two batteries to supply enough power, running the batteries in series to provide sufficient power to run the audio interface.
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IndiPRO Tools SYIF12 Overview

The IndiPRO Grid Battery System for Panasonic YAGH Interface from IndiPRO Tools powers an optional interface unit using two available Sony L-Series type batteries. The unit requires two batteries to supply enough power, running the batteries in series to provide sufficient power to run the audio interface.

Attach two batteries to the unit, and insert the 4-pin XLR connector into the YAGH. An integrated blue LED lights up when you have sufficient power. The 30" long cable allows you flexibility in mounting the battery system to your tripod or rod support system.

Key Features

  • The blue LED lights up indicating sufficient power for the Audio Interface
  • When the unit can no longer convert the power to 12 volts, the blue LED will go out
UPC: 859576003676

IndiPRO Tools SYIF12 Specs

General
Connectors1 x XLR 4-Pin Female
Plate Front / Battery MountSony L-Series
Number of Battery Bays2
Cable Length30" / 76 cm
Dimensions3 x 2.5 x 2.5" / 7.6 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm
Weight0.3 lb / 136 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.8 x 5.4 x 3.4"

IndiPRO Tools SYIF12 Reviews

Great battery solution

By Stephen Z.
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-27

I use this battery system to power my Sound Devices 664. It has allowed me to use Sony L type batteries in place of my lead acid battery which has lowered the weight of my rig.

Its worth the money

By LWACreative
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-01-14

I use this to power my Panasonic YAGH Interface. It does the job nicely but there is one draw back. The only way they have to let you know the battery is low is via the little blue led on the system. Once the light turns off, there isn't enough juice to run the interface unit and it just shuts off, with no warning.

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Can this unit be used with a Sony A7s if I already have the cable with the dummy battery? I have this style unit from indipro that uses Canon LP-E6 style batteries, but I'm looking into a monitor that uses Sony L series batteries and I'd like to migrate my whole rig to the same style batteries. The issue I'm seeing is that this unit outputs 14.4v while the canon style unit outputs 7.2. Can this unit still work, or is the higher output going be a problem for my camera? If this doesn't work I'll probably go v-mount, but I'm trying to avoid investing thousands of dollars in batteries.
Asked by: Andrew
The output of 14.4v will be too much for a camera running on 7.2v. You might think about running a much larger 14.4v v-lock or Anton Bauer style battery on a plate that knocks down the voltage to 7.2 volt via a d-tap (IDX makes one with a switchable voltage output (14.4, 7.2,etc)). You could then add a D-Tap distro box and run everything off that single power source. You could run a single battery almost all day, powering all your accessories.
Answered by: Chris M.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Hallo, has this adaptor for the YAGH Interface the correct polarities described in the YAGH-manual: Pin 1 = GND, Pin 4 = 12V, Case = Frame GND?Thanks a lot,Sascha
Asked by: Sascha Q.
I bought this unit, and returned it. It has the right polarity but it drained one of my batteries to the point of no return (could not charge after using it). I put 2 batteries on it: it seemed to drain one first and then move to the second. The one battery would not charge after using it on this unit and the other needed a kickstart to get it above 55%. Good idea but a bad execution. I use v bricks on a plate mounted to rails. Works great. The YAGH powers the camera as well. I tested it with a camera batt in and then out; no difference. If the battery is in the camera, the base unit bypasses it and powers the camera without discharging internal battery. Panasonic doesn't mention that either. I've been shooting like this for a few weeks (long days of interviews) and have had no problems.
Answered by: Kimmer O.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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