SKU: GC49-52.HLXR-PMC-G

Core SWX AB Mount PMC Plate for ARRI Mini LF/Mini

Core SWX AB Mount PMC Plate for ARRI Mini LF/Mini

The HLX Power Management Control mount plates take power management concerns away from the camera and provide a “hot-swappable” platform between onboard and block battery/AC mains while providing transparency to the AC on set. The mount plate system uses an 8-pin Lemo connector for the power input on the plates.

The onboard LCD monitors the input percentage/voltage of the power sources, as well as the current draw of the entire camera setup.

The HLXR-PMC-G has a rail mount for ARRI cameras and has a 3-stud mount front.

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Core SWX AB Mount PMC Plate for ARRI Mini LF/Mini

The HLX Power Management Control mount plates take power management concerns away from the camera and provide a “hot-swappable” platform between onboard and block battery/AC mains while providing transparency to the AC on set. The mount plate system uses an 8-pin Lemo connector for the power input on the plates.

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