Bescor PRB-154XLRN Heavy Duty Starved Electrolyte (Lead Acid) Battery Belt (12v, 14.4 amp hours) Cigarette and 4-Pin XLR Connectors, without Charger

Bescor PRB-154XLRN Heavy Duty Starved Electrolyte (Lead Acid) Battery Belt (12v, 14.4 amp hours) Cigarette and 4-Pin XLR Connectors, without Charger
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Bescor PRB Series Battery Belt Overview

The PRB-154 is a high performance Starved Electrolyte (Lead Acid) battery. The four-pouch battery belt design is constructed of a one piece tubular panel for maximum strength, durability and weight distribution. The PRB-154 is memory free and when properly maintained will offer a consistent run time over the life of the battery. Offers a standard female Cigarette Connector in addition to an XLR Barrel Connector for use with any four-pin XLR powered device.

Fits waist sizes from 28 to 50"

Cell Chemistry

The PRB-154 utilizes Starved Electrolyte, also known as Gel-Cell or Lead Acid.
  • Advantages:
    Low cost, high per cell voltage, no memory effect and good capacity life.
  • Dual Output

    Dual power outputs are included. One Cigarette connector and One Professional 4-Pin XLR connector are built-in to power two different devices simultaneously. A 6' 14 gauge superflex cable lead is supplied for the 4-Pin connection.
    UPC: 741147260321

    Bescor PRB Series Battery Belt Specs

    ChemistryStarved Electrolyte
    Output Voltage12V
    Connection4-Pin XLR
    Cigarette Lighter Plug
    Dimensions101.6 x 660.4 x 33.02mm (WxHxD)
    4 x 26 x 1.3" (WxHxD)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight11 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 8.2 x 4.7"
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    Can i use this on Black magic cameras??
    Asked by: Anonymous
    The voltage range of the Blackmagic camera's is 12 to 30 VDC so this battery is a good voltage match. Three things however. 1. There is no known power cable for this. Most likely a custom cable would need to be made. 2. This is very heavy, 11 lbs. You may not want to lug that around all day. 3. This is a heavy duty battery made for older power hungry lights and cameras thus really it is overkill for most uses with the Blackmagic camera's. You might consider Switronics Power Base 70 or this Bescor:Bescor BM-EPIC Battery & Charger for the Blackmagic Camera B&H # BEBCSBMEPIC
    Answered by: Dennis A L.
    Date published: 2018-08-27
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