Coco-DVL is a compact and cost-effective method of converting power from a camera's existing NPF battery to simultaneously operate 12V accessories such as a light, on-board LCD monitor, or audio receiver. Designed to draw voltage from high capacity Sony NPF batteries, Coco-DVL can be used with popular Sony camcorders such as the HVR-Z1U, HDR-FX1, VX-1000/2000 series, and DSR PD150/170.
Coco attaches to the back of the camera in place of the battery. The battery then simply snaps onto Coco's special mounting plate. The ingenious design orients the battery at a 90° angle, providing ample space opposite the plate for the system's auxiliary connectors, and access to the camera's viewfinder with minimal interference.
Coco-DVL transfers 7.2V of power and Info-Lithium data from the battery directly to the camera. The Coco DVL also supplies 12V conversion through a secondary connector.
You'll get 12V to run a camera light such as a Lux-DV, or external LCD monitor via a unique new Twist D-Tap connector. The ingenious twist technology allows for 180° orientation of the power cable. Regardless of direction chosen, the same polarity is maintained. The Coco's 12V output is designed to provide a steady output of 15W, which is sufficient for running an LCD monitor, video transmitter or camera light with a 10W bulb. It is also possible to use a light with a 20W bulb, if the light is dimmable or incorporates Softstart electronics.
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|For Use With
||Sony VX-2000, VX-2100, Sony DSR-PD 150, DSR-PD 170, Sony HDR-FX1, HVR-Z1, Most Cameras which accept Sony NPF L-series batteries