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GPI PRO CineLive 12v vs 24v output for cables

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#1 brett.mayfield


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Posted 28 January 2016 - 09:02 AM

Hi yall

When we flip the CineLive into 24v for using ARRI and other cameras, do the upper electronic switch out to 24v exclusively?

I am having cables made for a Chrosziel MagNum receiver and am wondering if I need a 12v and 24v cable, or 12v only.

The receiver does not care whether it receives 12v or 24v, it will push voltage independent of whats coming in.

Try as I might, I have a difficult time understanding electricity.



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#2 Jarrett P. Morgan

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 02:19 AM


If the device that you are powering can take 12v (and is fairly low amperage, i.e. not a power hungry camera) I tend to do all 12v cables out of the sled. I do this because the pro sled is always spitting out 12v out top, but there are situations in which you wouldn't be able to do 24v out at all (having a camera like the F65 that need so much 12v amperage you have to run both batteries in parallel)

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