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Phottix PPL-200 Power Pack

 
williejr
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Jul 22, 2011 14:01 |  #1

http://www.phottix.com …es-and-studio-lights.html (external link)

Anyone out there try this battery pack that can make a comparrison to the 2x2 Turbo?


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tongki
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Aug 01, 2012 14:44 |  #2

williejr wrote in post #12805385 (external link)
http://www.phottix.com …es-and-studio-lights.html (external link)

Anyone out there try this battery pack that can make a comparrison to the 2x2 Turbo?

anyone know this pack compatible to Quantum cables ?

how about the battery voltage inside ?

found out Godox with 9.6V are not ideal


EOS 70D x 2 units + EOS 7D mark II x3 units
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Quantum Trio x2, T5D-R x1 + FW7Q x1, CoPilot x2, Godox AD-180 x5
Propac PB960 head x12, PB960 battery x10
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Aug 01, 2012 15:14 |  #3

The Phottix PPL-200 plugs into the 300 volt input on Canon and Nikon flashes. I would assume that the output voltage is stepped up to 300 volts just like a Canon CP-E4.

Do the Quantum and Godox power packs also put out 300 volts?

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tongki
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Aug 02, 2012 04:29 |  #4

msowsun wrote in post #14801061 (external link)
The Phottix PPL-200 plugs into the 300 volt input on Canon and Nikon flashes. I would assume that the output voltage is stepped up to 300 volts just like a Canon CP-E4.

Do the Quantum and Godox power packs also put out 300 volts?

Godox does mentioned that their product are compatible to Quantum, also the cable,
I can not find any info that Phottix are Quantum compatible

they have to, high voltage input to external port flash should be similar power


EOS 70D x 2 units + EOS 7D mark II x3 units
Newton FR3, Newton modified bracket, EF 17-40mm x4,EF 24-70mm f/2.8 x2, EF 70-200mm f/2.8 x2
Quantum Trio x2, T5D-R x1 + FW7Q x1, CoPilot x2, Godox AD-180 x5
Propac PB960 head x12, PB960 battery x10
sorry, no stupid speedlite from Canon !

  
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tongki
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Aug 02, 2012 04:32 as a reply to  @ tongki's post |  #5

hey, found a way,

what is the adaptor power of Phottix ?

because Godox with 9.6V battery inside should be powered by 9.6VDC adaptor


EOS 70D x 2 units + EOS 7D mark II x3 units
Newton FR3, Newton modified bracket, EF 17-40mm x4,EF 24-70mm f/2.8 x2, EF 70-200mm f/2.8 x2
Quantum Trio x2, T5D-R x1 + FW7Q x1, CoPilot x2, Godox AD-180 x5
Propac PB960 head x12, PB960 battery x10
sorry, no stupid speedlite from Canon !

  
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