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Re: Eclair ACL Battery Options
I just used a rubber strain relief, and tied a good ole granny knot in the
wire inside the case which keeps the pressure off the solders inside the
battery. It works fine, and the velcro scheme makes changing batteries very
Warren Yeager, SOC
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From: "Wade Ramsey" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, November 16, 2001 12:46 PM
Subject: RE: Eclair ACL Battery Options
Sounds like a good idea to me. No reason why the XLRs couldn't
support a set of AAs so long as the XLRs are mounted firmly.
Can you get a panel mount 4XLR that is not recessed? It could
protrude from the battery pack, which would allow the pack to hug the
camera, reducing the leverage on the connector.
Wade K. Ramsey, DP
Dept. of Cinema & Video Production
Bob Jones University
Greenville, SC 29614
>>> firstname.lastname@example.org 11/16/01 3:31:54 PM >>>
What if I mounted female xlr socket into the case itself and just
plugged it directly into the male xlr on the pilotone module? Do you
think the xlr connector is robust enough to handle it? The batteries
are pretty small and not very heavy.
> NP-1's are pretty big. They're what, 8 inches long? The little
> you built are much like mine, only I used 10 1.2v NiMh batteries
> 12v, you used 12 giving you 14.4v. You've got a little more juice,
> work fine. I also have an XLR pigtail coming off my batteries.
> When I change mags, I take the batteries off the mags (they're
> and let 'em dangle for a minute. They don't get in the way. I
> stress relief on the battery, and XL connectors are solid, so the
> can easily take the strain of hanging for a minute. No problem,
> justs used some zip cord for the cable.
> Warren Yeager, SOC
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