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

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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

Connectors1 x 2.5 mm DC barrel
1 x Canon LP-E6 type dummy battery
Wire Gauge18 AWG
Volts7.2 V
Power Input19 VDC, 5 A
Cable Length24" (61 cm)
Weight3.2 oz (91 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.7 x 3.3 x 2.3"

IndiPRO Tools RLP25 Reviews

Solid and reliable.

By Jeremy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-02

I've purchased 3 of these for long term time lapses connected to a custom built 12 volt battery in a pelican case. So far it's worked for 8 months. They work great regulating the voltage down to the required 7.2 volts. I'm using them on a 5D M2, and 5D M4, 60d. and 60da. No issues at all.

Awesome Tech Support when you need it.

By Wiktor
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-07-03

It's not like other gear. It has one job to do and just has to do it every time. First try it didn't work, but keep reading. Tech support was instantaneous and super courteous. I was helped in trouble shooting the device and assured that even if I destroy it in the process they'll send me a replacement. Turned out that the male barrel connector I had on my end wasn't to spec and its positive post wasn't making contact, hence not providing power. Snipped the connectors as I didn't have other barrel connectors around and everything works as it should. AND it does not generate the "irregular communication with LP-E6" error which is important when remotely operating the camera. Why 5 stars, even though I had issues out of the box? The issues were on my end, plus customer service of this caliber is hard to find. Keep it up IndiPro.

Does not work, contact missing

By Aran
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-04-18

I have purchased two of these, both were missing one of the power contacts on the dummy battery side and won't power devices.

DOES WHAT IT SAYS

By Jimmy the Hills
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-06-10

Use this to power up my Canon 7D, I appreciate the on line regulation, camera stays cool and no noise from regulation. This stays with me in my tool box during long shoots when I want extended life.

Looks LP-E6 compatible... Isn't.

By Ryan
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2015-06-06

Does not work on LP-E6 gear... Nothing lines up with a genuine canon battery. Utterly useless for its intended purpose.

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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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