SKU: GC47-KB-DTAP-HUB

Kondor Blue 12V Metal D-Tap Hub 4 Way Port Power Tap Splitter (1/4"- 20 Thread)

Kondor Blue 12V Metal D-Tap Hub 4 Way Port Power Tap Splitter (1/4"- 20 Thread)

Power multiple accessories from a single D-Tap power source with this 12V Male D-Tap to 4-Port Female D-Tap Splitter Hub from Kondor Blue. The hub is suitable for powering multiple devices including wireless receivers, external monitors, cameras, and LED lights from a single D-Tap power source.

The durable aluminium hub features one regulated 12V female D-Tap port and three 14.8V D-Tap ports. The flexible 16" braided nylon cable features reinforced cable joints and a male D-Tap connector to plug into a power source such as a professional V-mount or Gold mount battery. There is one 1/4"-20 thread on the hub to mount onto a cage or rig. A status LED on the male connector indicates power status.

Features:

1 x Male D-Tap Connector Cable

1 x 12V Regulated, 3 x 14.8V D-Tap Ports

1 x 1/4"-20 Mounting Thread

Nylon Braided Cable Measures 16"

LED Power Status Indicator

Durable Aluminum Construction

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Kondor Blue 12V Metal D-Tap Hub 4 Way Port Power Tap Splitter (1/4"- 20 Thread)

Power multiple accessories from a single D-Tap power source with this 12V Male D-Tap to 4-Port Female D-Tap Splitter Hub from Kondor Blue. The hub is suitable for powering multiple devices including wireless receivers, external monitors, cameras, and LED lights from a single D-Tap power source.

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