Quantum Turbo AC, All-Day Continuous Power for QFLASH, Shoe & Handle Mount Flashes and Digital Cameras.


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Quantum's Turbo AC (TAC) supplies photographers with reliable power for all-day studio and location shooting. Small and lightweight, take the Turbo AC anywhere in the world, it can be adapted to AC mains voltages from 100v - 240v.

Mounting is fast and easy the Turbo AC has a self-contained thread that screws into the socket on the bottom of a camera, and it accepts tripod threads for mounting to a tripod. An included Quantum clamp allows for mounting to a tripod or light stand leg.

Use the Turbo AC in the studio to power your Qflash, shoe or handle mount flash and digital camera simultaneously, with one power source. For location work, leave your studio lights home and pack light with Qflash and Turbo AC units. Use the Turbo AC for the Qflash room lights and your Turbo, Turbo 2x2 and Turbo Compact Batteries for the portable Qflash, shoe or handle mount flashes.


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Alfredo F  How many full power flashes would a full-charged Quantum Turbo AC provide?
Alfredo F  how many flashes would it provide if it's not plugged into an ac power source?
ROBERT P  The Turbo AC is not a battery at all. It is a continuous power supply for Quantum flashes that use Turbo cables. So the simple answer is, there is no limit to the number of flashes...as long as your electric bill is paid-up. As to how many if you are NOT plugged in...none.
Alfredo F  Also does this item include any of the cables necessary for it to work with the Quantum Q Flash T-5dR Digital? If not, what cables are necessary?
Andrew R  Unfortunately this unit does not include a cable for the T5D-R and Quantum does not provide a specific part number for that cable.
Shopper  Is the TAC factory-preset to 110 - 240V AC? Or do I have to buy optional adapter to operate TAC from 220V AC? Thank You.
TODD F  I use it in a regular household outlet - which I believe is 120VAC. I have not had any problems plugging it into any outlet I have found. I am not 100% sure about the exact voltage. Let me know if there is anything else that I could help you with.
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