LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch

BH #LAABP01 • MFR #ABP-01
LanParte
LanParte ABP-01 Gold-Mount Battery Pinch
Key Features
  • Built-In HDMI Splitter
  • Multiple DC Power Outputs
  • Battery Charging Input
  • 15mm LWS Rod Clamp
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.
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LanParte ABP-01 Overview

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
Gold-Mount
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

LanParte ABP-01 Specs

Power
Output Voltage5 to 15 VDC
General
Connectors5 x DC Jack
1 x D-Tap
1 x USB Type-A
2 x HDMI
Plate Front / Battery MountGold Mount
Accessory Mounting19 mm Rod Mount
Dimensions10 x 7 x 4" / 25.4 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm
Weight5 lb / 2.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.1 x 6.2 x 3.6"
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Anyone notice very loose DC output ports? Mine feel very loose and unsteady, even with the included cables. Thinking maybe I got a dud.
Asked by: Matthew S.
If you feel that a product you received is defective please contact us directly at [email protected]<a href= http://bhphoto.com target= _blank >bhphoto.com</a> so we can help you trouble shoot the product and set up an exchange if needed.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I want to power my BlackMagic VIdeo Assist 4K unit with this, but want to know if the power output is voltage regulated. is it?
Asked by: Marc A.
The Pinch is voltage regulated so your Video Assist 4K is safe. We have not heard of any damage of any device caused by the Pinch. Also do know, battery operated devices have nominal voltage ratings meaning they are designed to work with voltage that varies. So even though the Video Assist 4K says 12DCV, it will work in the range of 10-14 volts.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

can I plug in a S-7500F dummy adapter, which ...

can I plug in a S-7500F dummy adapter, which comes with SWIT S-3602F?
Asked by: Sebastian
Not that we are aware of. This product is only compatible with Lanparte Dummy Batteries.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-05-31

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Is there a cable that can be used with this system to power the Sony FS-700 camera?
Asked by: Eric
What cable do I need to get to connect my JVC LS300?
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-02-10

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Am I missing something here? I was under the impression that I pop the battery onto the plate, run a cable out of the plate and into the camera/monitor/ipad/etc... and that was all there was to it. HOWEVER, I get nothing. I have four Anton Bauer batteries that are all fully charged. I find it hard to believe that all four would have gone bad. Yet, when any of them are attached nothing happens. I've flipped every switch on the batteries and Lanparte plate I could find, I've used different cables and adapters - nothing! Now, I do get power when plugged into the wall via the charging cable. So I guess what I am wondering is - am I supposed to run D-tap OUT and then back IN to the 12vDC charging port to power the whole thing? or what? Could mine be defective? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
Asked by: Chris C.
The unit may be defective. You should get power from any of the plugs. Are you getting power from the D-Tap?
Answered by: katreena s.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will this work with the Canon DC Coupler DR-E6 for the 5DMKII?
Asked by: Erik L.
The 7.4v camera power port barrel size is 3.5x1.35mm. You can check your DR-E6 connector barrel size to see if it fit.
Answered by: Cheng Huei L. Lanparte Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Has anyone else had the green knobs break and not be able to tighten onto the rods? this happened to me during first use.
Asked by: Patrick S.
You can power you entire rig from ALL ports (at the same time) if the LanParte Battery Pinch is plugged into a home wall outlet with the supplied 110V AC adapter. Unfortunately this unit will not charge original OEM Anton Bauer batteries , since they require OEM Anton Bauer chargers - propriety electronics I guess. Lucky I kept my OEM Anton Bauer charger which I use it to charge my three Dionic 90 AB batteries for use on the LanParte Battery Pinch with no issues to date. In Dec 2018 I replaced one of the dying Dionic 90 batteries with a LanParte AB -150 which I can charge/use on the LanParte Battery Pinch. Now I have the best of two worlds.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-01-12

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Can you tell me all the various output port plug sizes on the pinch? I believe the Camera port is 3.5 x 1.35 but what are the others?
Asked by: Mike
The others are 5.5*2.1
Answered by: Cheng Huei L. Lanparte Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25
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