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IndiPRO Tools 2.5mm DC to LP-E6 Dummy Battery Cable (Regulated, 24")

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IndiPRO Tools
IndiPRO Tools 2.5mm DC to LP-E6 Dummy Battery Cable (Regulated, 24")
Key Features
  • Power Various Cameras and Devices
  • 19 VDC, 5 A Max Power Input
  • Polarity-Tested
This 2.5mm DC to LP-E6 Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools is a 24", 7.2V regulated cable that lets you power various cameras and devices that use an LP-E6 battery. It's compatible with power sources with a 2.5mm barrel connector and up to 19V, 5A output, which gets regulated down to 7.2V. The cable is polarity-tested to prevent the risk of crossed polarity when powering your camera.
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IndiPRO Tools RLP25 Overview

This 2.5mm DC to LP-E6 Dummy Battery Cable from IndiPRO Tools is a 24", 7.2V regulated cable that lets you power various cameras and devices that use an LP-E6 battery. It's compatible with power sources with a 2.5mm barrel connector and up to 19V, 5A output, which gets regulated down to 7.2V. The cable is polarity-tested to prevent the risk of crossed polarity when powering your camera.

UPC: 859576003300

IndiPRO Tools RLP25 Specs

Connectors
1 x 2.5 mm DC barrel
1 x Canon LP-E6 type dummy battery
Wire Gauge
18 AWG
Volts
7.2 V
Power Input
19 VDC, 5 A
Cable Length
24" (61 cm)
Weight
3.2 oz (91 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.7 x 3.3 x 2.3"

IndiPRO Tools RLP25 Reviews

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Hi, I have a battery plate with both 8v and 12v ...

Hi, I have a battery plate with both 8v and 12v barrel ports, so I should use the 12v port?
Asked by: Neil
Use the 12v Port for best performance.
Answered by: Indipro Product Expert
Date published: 2022-06-14

question

Is there a minimum power voltage for this unit? Can I use a 9-12v source?
Asked by: Anonymous
This adapter is regulated, which means that - within reason - it is stepping down overvoltage supplies. So if you have 9-12v supplied it should step down to the nominal 7.2v of the LP-E6 spec. There is another unit (near identical) from IndiPRO that does not regulate power - it's 1:1 with whatever you supply.If you're powering a device that requires 7.2v and you use this device, it should get the job done. If you need to pass through the 9-12v of your supply, get the other item.
Answered by: Christian J.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Is there a minimum voltage to power this? Can I use a 9v-12v source?
Asked by: Anonymous
Voltage has to be over 9V
Answered by: Indipro Product Expert
Date published: 2018-12-14

question

Is it fully decoded so the camera show the battery capacity?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, it is full decoded. This cable includes a smart chip in the dummy battery that communicates with the camera to show the battery capacity as well as other information.
Answered by: jaycee i. IndiPRO Tools Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

I want to power this from another 12V source. But I don't see anything indicating if the power supply is center-positive, or center-negative. Any idea where to get that info?
Asked by: Thomas
The power supply is center-positive. Please let us know if you have any more questions.
Answered by: jaycee i. IndiPRO Tools Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26
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