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External power via V-Mount Battery?
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ljebautzke
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Hey there,

we're about to buy Tiltas Armor Man 2. Due to it's V-Mount plate at the back, we would like to power the Ronin with V-Mount batteries and over the already powered Ronin our Sony FS7 via the integrated D-Tap. So that basically everything is powered from the one V-Mount Battery at the Armor Mans back.

But if I'm informed correctly, there is no power in at the Ronin right? Is there any way to power the Ronin?

If not, we would at least power our FS7 via the backplate. With that solution we wouldn't need to buy more BP batteries

Thanks for helping.
2016-8-12
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e x R'
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Is there really nothing?
2016-8-15
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valealvarez.s96
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Using a "fake" battery that works as the plug for powering the ronin
2016-8-16
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e x R'
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valealvarez.s96 Posted at 2016-8-17 00:18
Using a "fake" battery that works as the plug for powering the ronin

And where do I get such battery dummy? Seen anywhere? Can't find one on the net...

2016-8-18
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valealvarez.s96
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e x R' Posted at 2016-8-18 18:40
And where do I get such battery dummy? Seen anywhere? Can't find one on the net...

You could do it yourself, if you know about electronic or something.

Buy a battery from DJI, then dissamble it and take out the lipo cells, then solder some cable and make a plug.
I havent done that but it is my guess
2016-8-20
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Alexander_Fat
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Any answers? Really interested in the same question.
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