08.07.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Panther Broadcast introduces new battery belt, battery pack for Romy lights

Panther Broadcast is introducing a battery belt and a kidney-shaped battery pack for Romy on-board camera lights.

Both NiMH batteries have deep discharge protection and a capacity of 12V/8.5AH. A Romy 75 with 75W bulb can run for about 80 minutes from one battery.

Chargers with overload protection are also available. They need about four hours to complete a full charge and can be operated from any main source between 100V and 250V.

The whole Romy lighting range will be on display at Panther Broadcast’s IBC stand.

See Panther Broadcast at IBC2003 in Stand 11.529 or visit: www.panther-gmbh.de.

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