LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch

LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch

LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch

B&H # LAABP01 MFR # ABP-01
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Product Highlights

  • Built-In HDMI Splitter
  • Multiple DC Power Outputs
  • Battery Charging Input
  • 15mm LWS Rod Clamp
  • USB Output
  • Can Act as a Rig Counterweight
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LanParte ABP-01 overview

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Power your camera rig with the LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch. Featuring multiple power outputs and an integrated HDMI splitter, this unit provides effective power and video signal management. Three barrel jacks provide 12, 7.4, and 5 VDC of power output to different rig components, while a USB output is available for charging your mobile or wireless device. A barrel jack power input can charge the battery while tethered. Using the integrated 15mm LWS rod clamp, this battery plate can be mounted onto the rear of a shoulder rig. Having the device in this configuration allows you to use it and the battery as a counterweight for an otherwise front-heavy rig.

Battery charging input
Built-in HDMI splitter
15mm rod connectors
USB charging port for mobile devices
Can be mounted to the back of the rig as counterweight
UPC: 840534110055
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LanParte ABP-01 specs

Connectors Inputs:
1 x DC barrel charging
1 x HDMI splitter

1 x 5 VDC barrel, signal switch power
1 x 7.4 VDC barrel, DSLR power (requires adapter)
2 x 12 VDC barrel, monitor power
1 x 15 VDC barrel, Gold-Mount battery voltage
1 x D-Tap
1 x USB 5 VDC power
2 x HDMI splitter
DC Output Voltage 5, 7.4, 12, 15 VDC
Dimensions 10 x 7 x 4" (25.4 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm)
Weight 5 lb (2.3 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 2.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.1 x 6.2 x 3.6"

LanParte ABP-01 reviews

ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent piece of gear...a couple bugs. This is an incredibly useful piece of gear that I would recommend to any shooter who might be on set for long hours or is covering an event (weddings/etc.). I use mine to power my Sony A7s, Atomos Shogun, Aputure V3 monitor & rented Bartech Focus drive (via the D-tap on the side) - powers all four for around 2.5 to 3 hours with a Dionic Anton Bauer battery. The 15mm clamps are great, these allow me to mount the pinch/anton to my rig and use it as a counterweight as well as power my devices. I'd like to try the usb outputs with the Nyrius Aries Pro at some point but still need to purchase. I also use this with my Laing m30s steadicam (mounts onto the bottom nicely and acts as a counterweight). What I do not like about this piece of gear is that it DOES NOT charge my Anton...maybe I have a faulty unit...not really sure. When plugged in with the charger, the LED indicator simply blinks and even after many hours no charge is given. If you are buying this with the intention of charging your Anton Bauer batteries, be aware that this might be an issue...other solutions for charging Anton Bauer bricks are pricey (think $200 - $600 for a charger of some sort).
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great features..not everything works..15mm mounts are cheap. This is a great piece of gear..and a terrible one at the same time. I love the power output options..price is okay. It DOES NOT CHARGE your batts...I have three of these and none of them will do this. You'll have to drop the extra cash on a real charger. Also - the 15mm rod clamps are cheap. All have broken despite good care. All of my pinches only tighten on one side. Look into something higher quality if you can/have the money.
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Maybe not perfect, but very proficient I use this unit with my Panasonic GH4, Quick Release Gini Rig, and Atomos Shogun. It powers my GH4 and Shogun for many hours (4-5) with my AB Hytron 120. In addition, it helps to balance my Gini Rig, which also includes a Fotga DP3000 matte box and Gini Rig follow focus. I use d-tap to d-tap with the Shogun's dummy battery, and the dummy battery for the GH4 plugged into the 7.4v. I couldn't be any happier.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is Essential Gear This is one of the most important parts of your rig. Absolutely essential! An Anton Bauer Gold Mount Battery easily mounts and supplies power to any number of devicesit has plenty of ports. It's rugged and durable too. It also also charges the battery when plugged into a wall socket, so an external charger isn't required. The Lanparte comes with all the cables too.
Date published: 2015-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must Need For Professionals! This plate is by far the best investment for its price and quality compared to standard battery plates. Any type of power source can be powered through this device at the same time. Solid design and good price!
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from More features that don't work! The charging doesn't work as stated. I return the gear and requested a refund.
Date published: 2015-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Anton Bauer 90 Doesn't Fit! Headline says it all.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for the purpose for which it was created I use this to power a Sony NEX FS-100 or 700, along with a DP7 Pro monitor, Z96 LED light, Teradek transmitter and BMD HDMI to SDI converter (to feed the Teradek), and a BMD HyperDeck Shuttle 2 and sometimes a Zoom H6 (another AMAZING piece of kit). This is a FANTASTIC tool if you need to output to multiple sources with multiple requirements at one time. I have never tried it with AB batteries because, if I am going to use AB, I am going to buy an AB charging solution (had 8 Dionic 90 HC's and a $1400 4 position simul-charger for several years). With the revolution of tapeless, I do not need that much power anymore, so I moved to Lanpart and have been quite happy with the results. I see reviews that state that they are disappointed that it will not direct charge their AB batteries. That is likely an issue with the battery, not the pinch. AB has a LONG history of only supporting THEIR chargers and vice-versa. Their charging system is SO proprietary, it is nearly impossible to effectively charge them with anything OTHER than an AB charger. AND, if you DO use an after-market charger, it voids the warranty from AB (at least last I checked)... I only use Lanpart batteries with this rig, so I can not state emphatically that this is a universal problem with ALL AB batteries, but I would not doubt it. What I CAN tell you is that, with the Lanpart batteries (which have been excellent), I can shoot for several hours before I need to change out. There is a TON of power in the 150Wh version, and this plate splits, regulates and distributes it without too much overhead. I have found this to be invaluable in long shoot scenarios such as weddings, election coverage and large venue event coverage. Because the output connectors are fairly simple and universal (all are 2.5mm I believe) it is VERY easy to adapt this system to nearly ANY basic power requirement. The D-tap on the plate, combined with the BUILT IN D-tap on the Lanpart batteries makes a VERY convenient power solution for pro gear. USB on board means I can charge my phone, pad, whatever while flying or on location. Awesome on remote shoots. I have made MANY producers, directors and AC's fall in love with me when I took their nearly dead phones, plugged them into my rig and handed them back a nearly full phone a bit later. That feature alone has garnered me repeat gigs. For the money, I do not know of ANY other solution that offers so much for so little. It includes the 15mm mounts (probably $40 in themselves for after-market) and a good quality AB plate (another 20-100 depending on your taste). In all, this is a great little item to have in your kit. One thing to note: IT WILL DRAIN YOUR BATTERY IF YOU LEAVE A BATTERY ON THE PLATE. I am not certain why, but with the battery off the plate it will not drain for WEEKS, but leave it on the plate and it can drain dead in only a few days. I assume there is some overhead when the battery is on the plate, regardless of the draw requirements. Not a big deal, but something to note if you take it remote and leave a battery in place too long. Disconnect when not in use and all will be well... 8-) The ONLY thing I could see that would be a super cool addition would be at least one VARIABLE voltage and amperage output port. This way you could run ANY rig that requires less than 14 volts of power. It could be completely digital and independently switched maybe... Come on Lanpart, lets do an update!
Date published: 2016-01-06
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