Hawk-Woods NPR 12v Regulated Power Shoe(Select Option)
These NP1 Power Adapters come equipped with 3 different types of outputs to choose from. These regulated outputs allow for the use of any NP1 battery (including Lithium-Ion) to be used as the power source for popular field recorders, phone, tablets, lighting or anything else that's compatible! Pair with an NP1 battery for a massive run time of up to 14 hours of continuous use.
- NPR-USB - Regulated 5v USB w/ 4-Pin Hirose
- NPR-90 - 2.1mm DC Jack Plug
- NPR-FR2 - FR2 Socket
The NPR-USB is fitted with a regulated 5v USB side-exit output. Ideal for powering smaller equipment, making it very handy for phone charging etc. It also features a 4-Pin Hirose chassis mount connector as an AUX output.
The NPR-FR2 is fitted with a compatible FR2 plug. This is suitable for use with the Fostex FR2 recorder.
The NPR-90 is fitted with a 2.1mm DC jack plug. This is ideal for mixer recorders such as the Tascam DR680 mk1 that require a DC jack.
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