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Tony Wiggins June 11th, 2007 09:17 AM

ew100 g2
 
isn there a way i can plug my ew100 g2 receiver into a car cigarette lighter
it says that dc in is 10.5-16v/300ma, im thinking maybe a phone charger would do it, its so i could then use it outside a lot more with my car a few yards away.
cheers for any help!

James Miller June 11th, 2007 01:14 PM

If I were to make one, I would use a regulated 12v DC supply. Here a link to the offical Sennhesider product.


Extract taken from:

http://www.sennheiser.co.uk/uk/icm.nsf/root/21411#

Click on 'Recommended Accessories"

DC adapter DC 2 09827

6-18V DC adapter for external power supply of evolution wireless series bodypack transmitters and camera receivers. The adapter can be inserted into the battery compartment. The cable is open-ended.

Tony Wiggins June 11th, 2007 02:02 PM

cheers for that, but the reciever in question is the indoor one, the one that has two antenna's on the back end, it is powered by the mains

James Miller June 11th, 2007 03:12 PM

Sorry about that,

I would still use a regulated 12v DC supply from Maplins. It covers upto 1500 mA.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?...48574&doy=11m6

Greg Bellotte June 11th, 2007 07:31 PM

i bought a gold mount for the anton bauer batteries my cameras use, and wired it to feed a whole rack of g2 devices. a dionic90 runs two g2500 receivers and two iem300 transmitters for over 8 hours...

the AB's are 14V, I don't see why a 12V cigarette lighter plug wouldn't work...

Tony Wiggins June 12th, 2007 09:42 AM

cheers everyone, greg, does your setup allow you to use in the field then, if so would i be able to make something similar with a camera battery?

Greg Bellotte June 12th, 2007 08:46 PM

yes, my rack was designed to run in the field where no other source of power would be available. if you know what you are doing, i don't see why you couldn't build something similar. Your cam batt should be at least 12V to power that receiver...cheers.

Steve House June 13th, 2007 04:16 AM

Remote Audio, among others, offers a battery power distribution system expressly designed to do precisely what you have been talking about. Check out their BDS Battery Distribution System here ... http://www.remoteaudio.com/bds.htm

Tony Wiggins June 13th, 2007 08:12 AM

wow cheers steve that looks perfect


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