LibertyPak Big Genny 1000 Portable Power Supply BG1200 24V

6549.5
  • Filmtools #: 18424
  • Mfr #: BG1200 24V
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Product Features
  • Allows "AC-only" equipment to become completely portable
  • Pure sine wave 117 Volt, 60 Cycle AC power
  • Recharges cell phones, battery camera backs, power tools, walkie-talkies, and other battery operated equipment
  • 3-pin XLR output
  • 2 household style electric receptacles

Availability: In stock

You Pay: $6,549.50
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The Liberty Pack Big Genny 1000 is a portable power solution for a wide variety of applications. It allows your existing "AC-only" equipment to become completely portable. The voltage output of the Big Genny 1000 is 117 Volt AC and 24 Volt DC, and its capacity is 960 Watt hours. It weighs only 19 pounds and has a handle for easy carrying. The Little Genny has (1) 3-pin XLR output as well as (2) household style electric receptacles.

Features

  • Allows your existing "AC-only" equipment to become completely portable.
  • Creates clean, pure sine wave 117 Volt, 60 Cycle AC power needed for safe operation of electronics and lighting.
  • Perfect solution for electrically sensitive motors, cameras, laptops, hard drives and A/V recording equipment
  • Recharges cell phones, battery camera backs, power tools, walkie-talkies, and other battery operated equipment.
  • Operates strobes and modeling lights
  • Manufactured in the USA.
  • Environmentally safe, non-toxic, recyclable, non-hazardous materials.
  • Certified compliant with & DOT for transport
  • LED light showing On/Off status.
  • LCD Voltage measures state of charge.



Exclusive

    • 24 Volt Output for direct operation of motion picture & professional video cameras, and most lights.
    • 24 Volt Input for charging with LibertyPak Solar Panels, and LibertyPak universal voltage chargers.
    • Keeps on going and going - Accepts external LibertyPaks while shooting with NO interruptions. External connector and special circuitry lets you connect more batteries while shooting to extend sessions as long as necessary.