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Cable Techniques Battery Bud II Portable DC Power Distribution Box

BH #CABB002 • MFR #BB-002
Cable Techniques Battery Bud II Portable DC Power Distribution Box
Key Features
  • 4-Pin Hirose Input
  • Set of 5 Hirose Outputs
  • 6A Auto-Resetting Breaker
  • Metal Construction with Powder Finish
The Battery Bud II from Cable Techniques is a lightweight and portable DC power distribution box that allows you to power multiple devices from a single battery or power source. The Battery Bud II accepts 12-18VDC power and uses standard 4-pin Hirose connectors. It offers a single power input and 5 outputs, all of which are on the bottom of the unit for seamless bag integration. An internal 6A electronic auto-resetting breaker prevents damage due to overload. A recessed power switch makes it easy to have a "master" switch for your whole bag of gear. The Battery Bud II has a lightweight metal construction with a removable belt clip and a durable powder coat finish.
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I have a wireless receiver that needs DC7V to ...

I have a wireless receiver that needs DC7V to operate (Sony WRR 855). Can I use Battery bud to power it?
Asked by: terence
The Battery Bud is only a distributor of a power source connected to it. The WRR-855 by itself has a specific din connection, meant for dropping into a camcorder receiver slot. To attempt use of the WRR-855 as a standalone receiver, you'd first need the Sony BTA-801. This will provide a 12V 4 pin connection and a separate audio out. Next, you would need a properly wired audio cable to send power to the correct pins from the Bud to the BTA-801. Then, you would need a 12V lithium battery with battery cup to attach to the Bud.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-03-09

Can use this with a Dtap port from a camera ...

Can use this with a Dtap port from a camera battery using a Dtap to 4pin hirose adapter?
Asked by: Ted
It should work with your camera if you have a cable like the CAMVATE D-Tap to 4-Pin Hirose Cable (B&H # CAC2379).
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-29
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