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Zephyr: Lemo -> 12V DC


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#1 Wolfgang Troescher

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 11:53 AM

Hi!

Want to use a wireless video transmitter on my zephyr. Just for a control monitor. I bought a cheap transmitter/receiver for 5.8 GHz. For the transmitter I don´t want to use an extra 12V battery on the stage, but want to use the steadicam battery instead.

My problem: Didn´t find an adapter from 3-Pin-standard-Lemo to 12V DC. Do anybody know a supplier for such an adapter?

Already tried this one from Schuricht, but it was the wrong lemo connector.

Thank you!
Wolfgang

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#2 Ryan Rodinis

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 01:28 PM

Does this help you?

http://www.markertek...GG-0B-303CLAD35
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#3 Mark Schlicher

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 06:34 PM

Any of the cable fabricators who are mentioned on the forum can make one for you.

Consider having a 3-pin to Powertap intermediate connector made up.

Then you have future options that avoid the expensive lemo conector, in case you need a different power cable later. LCD4Video sells a p-tap to 12V cable for $23.00 on their website or on ebay.
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#4 Wolfgang Troescher

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Posted 02 November 2011 - 01:42 PM

Thank you Ryan and Mark!

My head is spinning with all the different Lemo-connectors on the market. Tomorrow I´ll visit Betz-Tools here in Munich (fetching my F-Bracket). Perhaps they have the right cables in stock or they can make one for me.

Wolfgang
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#5 Mark Schlicher

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Posted 02 November 2011 - 03:38 PM

The Zephyr manual (latest revision) lists the correct lemo connector and pinouts. It's the same as the connectors on the Archer and, I believe, the Clipper. I would imagine that Betz-tools can help you.
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