Photogenic Lithium- Powered Pure Sine Wave Inverter - Portable Power for Studio Lights

Photogenic

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Photogenic ION PURE SINE WAVE INVERTER LITHIUM-ION 8.8AH 120WH

Eliminate your large noisy gas generators and old fashioned humongous inverters. The all new Photogenic lithium-ion battery powered ION pure sine wave inverter takes your studio flash units on location the easy way. The ION is a powerful, lightweight, get outta town AC power supply that features two AC outlets for two monolights. Weighing in at only 3.5 lbs with a compact 7.5" x 4.4" x 3.3" profile, ION is the perfect lighting travel companion. Pack the ION and a couple of extra batteries with your lights and head out to your next shoot. It doesn't matter if your destination is the top of Mount Everest, the middle of the Kalahari or your sister in-law's wedding, this powerful combination will give you over 3,500 flashes (about 1200 per battery) at an amazing 320 watt seconds. While on your way to the next job, use ION's built-in USB port to power-up your phone or other electronic devices. Charge time to 100% for the lithium-ion battery is 3-4 hours. A glance at the LED battery meter on ION's control panel verifies the battery power level.

Photogenic Features

  • 120V pure sine wave inverter
  • Replaceable 8.8Ah Lithium-ion battery
  • Dual 3-prong outlets
  • LED battery level indicators
  • .5 USB standard charging port
  • Lightweight
  • Portable
  • Affordable

Photogenic Specifications

Dimensions
7.5" x 4.4" x 3.3" (6.0" x 4.4" x 1.8" battery only)
Weight
3.5 lbs (2.0 lbs battery only)
Volts
120V
Wattage
120W Continuous Power Max
Amps
8.8Ah
Mfr #
956055
SKU
POLPPSWI

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Whew- This thing rocks. "No Cords"

By

from Mississippi  -  Pro Photographer

Using speedlights is fine. I use them more than any other light source, but with this pac, I had my assistant carry 1 of my strobes with softbox attached to get lighting I could not achieve with speedlight. I shot for several hours and only dropped 2 bars... Im estimating that's about 35% used leaving 65% for the reception that was outside at night.......

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Shopper  Can you buy an extra battery for this unit?
DAVID L  Yes. You can. The unit is designed to conveniently swap batteries.
Vickie R  Can this be used with Alien Bee 800?
MARVIN F  Yes it can be use with most any studio light.
ted a  Can I power as small profoto acute with this pack?
DAVID L  Can it and will it can be two very different things. Caveat - Maybe I have a bad pack. Don't know. I have tried to power a PL2500DR which is a single 1000ws moonlight, and I am supposed to get 300 or so flashes at full power... I have trouble recycling at 1/3rd power where I can here the light struggle to recycle. I have been able to power a PL1250DR which is a 500 watt and generally once I start to push it to full power it struggles sometimes. I have also tried using this to power Dynalite packs, from the M1000wi, M500wi and even a M500XL. M1000wi I was afraid after one shot that I would damage the pack, the M500wi and M500XL were moderately acceptable, but still am afraid of using this in the field. Maybe I got a bad pack - sent an inquiry into Photogenic. Only reason I have kept it as I can generally use it with a single PL1250DR, but that is still a lot of money to spend for 500ws at full power. Given the price of the PL1250DR and the price of the pack, I would more out of a bunch of Yongnuo speedlites, as well as have about the same or fast recycle time, and more reliability I imagine. I have been waiting to find a good price on an XP1100 or something similar. This I find is a glorified cellphone / USB charger. I bought this because the Photogenics are digital, I know the power draw is different because of the digitals, and when I tested the Paul C Buff, I know the brownouts / drop offs were not good. I though this would be better, my solution, but it has been a paperweight and only used on 1 shoot with any success outdoors. I don't trust this with anything more than a PL1250DR, so a single up to 500 watts you may be o.k. After that? How good is your relation with the Profoto Service Department?
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