How you make it:
– Download and 3D print this in two parts.
– Make sure you got at power cable 2 pin lemo, D-tap or what ever you prefer.
– Unshield the cable so the copper is visible in the hole in the back. But leave enough shielding to make sure there is no risk of short fusing the cable. Top cable should be + positive and bottom cable should be negative.
– Use your glue gun to secure the cable in place.
– Add some extra glue before you snap the back part in place.
If you want to make it more elaborate you could buy one or two of these two pin lemo connectors which fits on each side, you can use one for in power and the other one for accessory power out.
As the plate is designed to be able to hold such connector, one on each side.
But you could also just run your cable into the plate, glue gun style. So there is just a cable coming out of the plate in your desired length with a connector on it. Then use something like this:
Ofcourse does not need to be from Wooden camera, any kind of power cable works, just cut it and glue it in place.
Email us if any questions so you don’t fry anything.
Before you mount the plate. Hook it up to electricity source and use your volt meter to make sure the top cable is positive. If you go wrong here you will fry your vaxis TX unit.
If all good. Viola, you power plate its ready. Remove the Battery plate from your Vaxis. Use the same screws and mount this bit in its place. Connect the power cable to your power source and you are good to go.
This is a 3D print design by Syndicate. If purchased you are free to print as many as you like for your own personal or company use. But if you would like to use the design for mass manufacturing or such then please contact the Syndicate team for licensing.
The download filed are “.stl” files. Works well to 3D print in PLA or carbon infused PLA for extra strength in pretty much any 3D printer, does not cost much to get one. Happy printing!
Designed as a bolt on solution to power the Vaxis 600KV and Komodo with a single power cable of choice.