Bebob Engineering COCO-EX1 Battery Adapter

Bebob Engineering COCO-EX1 Battery Adapter

Bebob Engineering COCO-EX1 Battery Adapter

B&H # WEVA085R3GX
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days

Product Highlights

  • For Sony PMW-EX1
  • For BP-U60 Batteries
  • Two 14.4VDC Hirose Outputs
  • 14.4VDC Power Tap Output
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  • 1Description

The Bebob Engineering COCO-EX1 is a battery adapter for the BP-U60 battery and Sony PMW-EX1. This device allows the BP-U60 to power the camcorder, wireless receivers and equipment utilizing Power Tap connectivity.

Power Tap
The twist power tap connection allows many video lights and other equipment to utilize a 14.4VDC output.
Hirose 4-Pin
The Hirose connector is utilized by many wireless mic receivers and other 14.4VDC equipment.
In the Box
Bebob Engineering COCO-EX1 Battery Adapter
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Connectivity Battery Bracket on PMW-EX1, for adaptation connectivity
    Battery Connector, for Bp-U60 Battery
    Hirose 4-Pin Connector x2, 14.4VDC output
    Power Tap (D-Tap) Connector, 14.4VDC output
    Weight 5.3 oz
    150g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    COCO-EX1 Battery Adapter is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor build quality lets this item down I found the Bebob EX1 Adapter to do its job but I very much dislike the build on this item. Firstly when the item first arrived I found it had an extra plate (not shown in the instruction manual) that appears to be used to secure the battery to the adapter. The plate is suppose to swing up after loosening a Philips head screw. Firstly who is going to use a Philips head screw driver everytime they change a battery? Secondly once the plate was loosened and the battery installed there was no way the plate was going over the end of the battery. So I made the decision to remove the plate so that it looks exactly like the photos in the manual. As I was removing the two screws I heard something fall inside the box. I was worried that it may have been a metal object and if left it may short something out, so I disassembled the adapter and found a metal nut and plate had fallen when I took the swing arm out. I removed these items and reassembled the adapter. The adapter works fine but I find removing and installing batteries a bit of a pain as there is no positive feel as to whether the battery makes the contacts or not until the camera is turned on. The reason I bought this item was so that I could run a powerful LED Video Light on the EX1 but in hindsight I believe the Switronix EX1 Battery would have been a better purchase as it has the D-Tap I required without all the hassles of the Bebob EX1 Adapter.
    Date published: 2010-02-01
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