Mevo Boost by Livestream

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Mevo Boost by Livestream
Key Features
  • Extension for the Live Event Camera
  • Internal Li-Ion Battery
  • Powers/Charges Live Event Camera
  • IPX4 Weather Resistance
Do more with your Livestream Live Event Camera by attaching it to the Mevo Boost. Once attached via the electronic interface, the Boost becomes an extension of the Live Event Camera. Inside the Boost is a 12,000mAh battery which can increase the operating time of the Live Event Camera from one hour to 10 hours. Near the base of the Boost are 3 ports; one Ethernet port for reliable data transfer when streaming, a USB type-A port which can either charge a smartphone or connect to an LTE stick for wireless streaming, and a USB mini-B port for charging and powering the Boost itself. A 5/8"-27 screw at the base can be adapted to fit 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads via adapters included with the Live Event Camera, and will natively mount to a standard microphone stand thread.
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Mevo MV103ABL Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Weather Resistance
  • 3Extended Battery Life
  • 4Ethernet Connection
  • 5LTE Ready
  • 6Power Options
  • 7Mounting Options

Do more with your Livestream Live Event Camera by attaching it to the Mevo Boost. Once attached via the electronic interface, the Boost becomes an extension of the Live Event Camera. Inside the Boost is a 12,000mAh battery which can increase the operating time of the Live Event Camera from one hour to 10 hours. Near the base of the Boost are 3 ports; one Ethernet port for reliable data transfer when streaming, a USB type-A port which can either charge a smartphone or connect to an LTE stick for wireless streaming, and a USB mini-B port for charging and powering the Boost itself. A 5/8"-27 screw at the base can be adapted to fit 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threads via adapters included with the Live Event Camera, and will natively mount to a standard microphone stand thread.

Weather Resistance

With an IPX4 rating when properly connected to the camera, you can use the combination of Live Event Camera and Boost in inclement weather conditions.

Extended Battery Life

With a 5-hour charge, the Boost provides up to 10 hours of operation to the Live Event Camera with its internal 12,000mAh Li-Ion battery.

Ethernet Connection

Use the Ethernet port for streaming events over your network with a more reliable connection compared to Wi-Fi.

LTE Ready

Use the USB type-A port to plug in an LTE modem and stream from anywhere you can get an LTE signal (see the Mevo website for supported devices and networks).

Power Options

While the mounted Live Event Camera is charged with the Boost's connection, the USB type-A port can also be used to power/charge a USB accessory, e.g. your smartphone, simultaneously.

Mounting Options

The base of the Boost replicates the base of the Live Event Camera in that it features a 5/8"-27 thread. By itself the Boost can be unobtrusively mounted on a standard microphone stand, or, using the 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 adapters included with the Live Event Camera, to a standard tripod.

Mevo MV103ABL Specs

Battery Capacity12,000 mAh
Battery ChemistryLithium-Ion
Connectors1 x 10/100 Ethernet (RJ45)
1 x USB type-A
1 x USB micro-B
Power OutputVia USB type-A: 5 VDC @ 0.5 A
Power InputVia USB micro-B: 5 VDC @ 2.1 A, 9 VDC @ 2 A, or 12 VDC @ 1.5 A
EnvironmentalWeatherproof to IPX4 rating
Dimensions6.2 x 2" / 157 x 50 mm
Weight10.6 oz / 30 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.16 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 4.9 x 4.2"
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