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BLUESHAPE PWS-RUGGED V-Lock 4 Battery Power Station
PWS-RUGGED V-Lock 4 Battery Power Station
B&H # BLSRUGGEDPWS
MFR # BLS-RUGGED PWS4-48
7-14 business days
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The PWS-RUGGED V-Lock 4 Battery Power Station from BLUESHAPE combines the power of up to 4 V-Lock batteries (available separately) and provides 3 different outputs over 6 XLR connectors - 2 x 14V, XLR 4-pin, 2 x 28V, XLR 3-pin, and 2 x 48V, XLR 3-pin. While the 14V outputs are always available, the 28V to 48V are alternative and user selectable through a switch. An additional double USB outlet is provided inside the case for convenience to recharge small production equipment.
The PWS-RUGGED is constructed inside a lightweight, waterproof, unbreakable case, with a double-hinged locking system and a soft grip handle for field comfort. The case is IP65 tested and approved.
Table of Contents
20 x 4 backlighted LCD
1 to 4 installable batteries, hot swappable (batteries available separately)
Inside: 2 x USB 5 V, 3 A / 15 W maximum/each
Outside: 2 x regulated 48 V, max 560 W (user selectable), 2 x regulated 28 V, max 560 W (user selectable), 2 x regulated 14 V, max 340 W (simultaneous), individually protected by hinged covers
17.1 x 15 x 7.6" (43.4 x 38 x 19 cm)
12 lb (5.5 kg) without batteries
BLUESHAPE PWS-RUGGED V-Lock 4 Battery Power Station Review