SKU: GC47-ID-EB-424L

IDX 4-Position Power Base Station

IDX 4-Position Power Base Station

The IDX EB-424L V-Mount Power Base Station is a field-portable lithium-ion battery, which supports up to 8 ENDURA batteries to power up to 744Wh in PowerLink or dual stack mode on 4 V-Mount plates. Used in environments where voltage and current capacity are a challenge, it is compatible with high-end broadcast camera systems such as Sony F23, Sony F35, and RED ONE. The batteries can be changed over without interrupting the normal operation.

If the main AC is disconnected or fails at any point in time, the power base mode provides a battery backup to prevent any loss of critical production material or shooting delay. The base station comes with 2 output terminals - industry-standard 12V and professional 24V. A dedicated 24V output switch allows the selection of the output voltage of the LEMO connector; it can be used separately or simultaneously. Depending on cable/pin configuration, the 12V output is continuous from both the LEMO and XLR connector (when the 24V switch is active). The maximum current is 20A for 12V (10A each output), and 5A for 24V.

The base station features a LED indicator for 24V output, which includes detection of protection circuit and dual low voltage warning when below 14V and 12V. The lightweight (approx. 2.87 lbs) Power Base Station has a compact size, and comes with extendable feet up to 5.04" (W), making it suitable for use in studio and desktop surfaces.

Features:

Field portable V-mount lithium-ion battery

Supports up to 8 ENDURA batteries - power up to 744Wh in powerlink or dual stack mode on 4 V-mount plates

Designed for use in environments where voltage and current capacity are a challenge

Compatible with high-end broadcast camera systems such as Sony F23, Sony F35, RED ONE

Battery backup station - no critical production material is lost or shooting is delayed

2 output terminals - industry standard 12V and professional 24V

LED indicator for 24V output includes detection of protection circuit, dual low voltage warning when below 14V and 12V

Maximum current of 12V is 20A (10A each output); in 24V operation, the maximum current is 5A

Selection of 12V or 24V output voltage of the LEMO connector via a dedicated 24V output switch.

Activation of power switch turns on pilot LED; 24V is output from the LEMO connector

Additionally, 12V output is always continuous from both the LEMO and XLR connector depending on how the cable/pin is configured (when the 24V switch is active)

Output voltage - 24V (regulated)/12V (unregulated), which can be selected separately or simultaneously

Uninterrupted battery change-over during normal operation

Lightweight (approx. 2.87 lbs)

Extendable feet - up to 5.04" (W)

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Product Overview

IDX 4-Position Power Base Station

The IDX EB-424L V-Mount Power Base Station is a field-portable lithium-ion battery, which supports up to 8 ENDURA batteries to power up to 744Wh in PowerLink or dual stack mode on 4 V-Mount plates. Used in environments where voltage and current capacity are a challenge, it is compatible with high-end broadcast camera systems such as Sony F23, Sony F35, and RED ONE. The batteries can be changed over without interrupting the normal operation.

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