Interfit Nomad Portable Battery Pack

BH #INNOM100 • MFR #NOM100
Interfit Nomad Portable Battery Pack
Key Features
  • Pure Sine-Wave Inverter, 120 VAC
  • 400W Detachable 158Wh Battery
  • Up to 800 Full Power 500Ws Flashes
  • Can Also Run AC-Powered LED Panels
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The Nomad Portable Battery Pack from Interfit is an optimal solution for photographers who want to use their AC-powered studio flash heads in the field or remote locations without resorting to a heavy, noisy generator. Smaller than a shoe box and weighing 6 lb, the Nomad has two standard electrical outlets for flash heads and a USB port for powering small devices. Its 400W battery is detachable from the pack so that it can be swapped out with an optional spare. The Nomad will provide up to 800 full-power flashes from 500Ws monolights such as Interfit's S1A without lengthening its recycling time, as well as 200 minutes of run time for LED panels such as the Studio Essentials 600. Interfit also provides a stand mount that not only gets the Nomad off the ground, but lends stability to your support.
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Interfit Nomad Overview

The Nomad Portable Battery Pack from Interfit is an optimal solution for photographers who want to use their AC-powered studio flash heads in the field or remote locations without resorting to a heavy, noisy generator. Smaller than a shoe box and weighing 6 lb, the Nomad has two standard electrical outlets for flash heads and a USB port for powering small devices. Its 400W battery is detachable from the pack so that it can be swapped out with an optional spare. The Nomad will provide up to 800 full-power flashes from 500Ws monolights such as Interfit's S1A without lengthening its recycling time, as well as 200 minutes of run time for LED panels such as the Studio Essentials 600. Interfit also provides a stand mount that not only gets the Nomad off the ground, but lends stability to your support.

Battery

The Nomad's converter is powered by a 25.6V, 6.2Ah lithium-ion battery with a total capacity of 158.7Wh. This high-capacity battery is fully certified, making the Nomad safe for airline travel in carry-on luggage (subject to individual airline approval). When using the Nomad to power a single strobe, users can expect no loss in recycle time (recycle time is doubled when powering two strobes).

Stand Mount

The Nomad comes with a sturdy metal light stand mount that fits securely around the base or leg of your light stand or C-stand. This keeps the Nomad up off the ground, while also serving as a weight on the base of the stand. When not in use, the stand mount can be removed, making the unit more compact and easier to transport. Additionally, the three-pin configuration of the light stand mount matches the pin configuration of the popular Super Clamp, providing even more security and the ability to mount the Nomad to stands and poles with a larger diameter.

Interfit Nomad Specs

Outlets2 x 120 VAC, 60 Hz US/North America outlets
1 x 2 A USB port
BatteryLi-Ion
Capacity25.6 VDC, 6.2 Ah, 158.7 Wh
800 Full-power 500 Ws flashes with S1a head
Maximum Continuous Output: 400 W
Fuse30 A
Weight6.0 lb / 2.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13 x 8.2 x 7.2"
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I would like to use this with one or two ...

I would like to use this with one or two LitePanels Astra 6X lights. They are pretty power hungry. Would this work? Would it work for two or just one? How long would it last?
Asked by: Brian
This can be used with up to 400w of load. At 158wh it would run 2x100watt Astras for less than an hour.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-09-16

Is this a near exact clone of the Paul C. Buff ...

Is this a near exact clone of the Paul C. Buff Lithium Extreme? It looks identical in design, button layout, etc.
Asked by: Stephen
For using it a year and owning both it feels and functions like the Buff.only difference is the charger holes are different. Not interchangeable.
Answered by: ernesto
Date published: 2020-09-13

Could this be used to safely power one Godox ...

Could this be used to safely power one Godox SL-60W Video light?
Asked by: Aaron
This unit is capable of running one SL60.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-09-10

Is this compatible with Interfit Honey Badger ...

Is this compatible with Interfit Honey Badger strobes?
Asked by: Gregory
Yes Honey Badger is a 320w power and this works with up to 500w power
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2020-09-07

I have a 600Wt Flashpoint Monolight is compatible ...

I have a 600Wt Flashpoint Monolight is compatible and will the battery power it?
Asked by: Kim
I wold not use it at fool power , as it was test it to 500W
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2020-09-07

Can it run with lights equally to 600 watts?

Can it run with lights equally to 600 watts?
Asked by: Brandi
This pack only has a continuous draw of 400 watts, so it will not handle a 600 watt draw.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-07-22

Willl this power a godox sk400iii? How about two?

Willl this power a godox sk400iii? How about two?
Asked by: Robert
This battery can power two SK400II at once.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-09-09

Would this be able to power FotodioX LED ...

Would this be able to power FotodioX LED Studio-In-a-Box (28 x 28")? And for how long?
Asked by: Kerianne
According to Fotodiox the 28" studio is about 65w. That would be about a two hour run time.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-10-04
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