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#1 JohanPhillips



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Posted 10 July 2010 - 03:58 PM

PRO Generation I Sled with bayonet mount
PRO Center-post
PRO Donkey Box I (low hours, has been on my super-post)
PRO Upper Junction Box
PRO Battery Module I
CP 3A Gimbal with MK-W tool less clamping
Custom thin side cable down the post
PRO "T" MDR bracket
10 Ni-MH Batteries 13,2v 4.5 AH, weight 0,9 kg/1.9 lbs each
TB 6 Monitor with Duo digital frame-lines Bought from XCS-Greg Bubb 2006 (low hours)
XCS level with X-hair. Bought from XCS-Greg Bubb 2006
Camera Essentials Rain-cover for monitor plexi/plastic
Camera Essentials Rain-cover for battery cage
Monitor bracket
Sled hard case manufactured in 2007, 3 extra storage compartments, compact & light
Jerry hill dock (the fork)
Jerry hill MAG dock
2 Black Jerry Hill locking-docking clamps
2 PAG multi format Battery Chargers 110-230W (Li-On/Ni-Mh/Ni-Ch)
2 AC power cables
Battery and charger hard case. Manufactured in 2007 very compact and light
6 PRO Battery charging cables
2 PRO-12v to 4-pin XLR power cables
PRO gyro system, complete with cables and inverter, backpack, post clamp, (no gyros)
Schematics for sled / manual
Manuals for chargers



This sled is a PRO generation I.
The rig was bought by me in 2000.
It has been meticulously cared for with regular service and maintenance. It has only had two owners and has never been used as a rental rig. It is in great condition for a used system. That is a testament to the quality of the product that it is still in such a good state.

The center-post extends from 17” to 26”.
There is a Custom extra cable down the center-post for tally or other function.
The connector is on the left side of the monitor Lemo.

The gimbal is a CP 3A that is in excellent condition and has been on the super-post all this time so naturally it has low use. It has been fitted with a MKW tool less lock.

10 PRO Ni-MH batteries. 13,2v 4.5Ah. All ten batteries are in good condition.
5 were re-celled in 2010 and the other 5 in 2007. They all work perfectly.
In 2009 The 10 batteries were rebuilt changing the voltage-push button on the back. The new button has a better click "easy-puch " function and are better than the original. On one battery the voltage-display is dead. I normally use that for the monitor so thats no problem. The display is probably easy to replace.
The Ni-MH batteries weigh (0,9-kg)less than standard Ni-Cd and also have a lot more Ah.
Two 4-channel PAG battery chargers in excellent condition fairly low hours, bought in 2005 and 2006. They come with 6 battery charging cables and two AC power mains.

The TB-6 is in good working order. A fantastic product and definitely the best green there is. Together withe the XCS- level it is a truly great unit. On the screen there are a few small scratchers. They disappear when the monitor is turned on.

The GYRO system just needs 2 gyros and is ready to go.
Or maybe as a rebuild for a GoldMount-light-weigth system.

$ 12.500

Will ship worldwide

Johan Phillips Film & Steadicam
M +46 70-733 06 91
Email me

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