Tekkeon MyPower All Battery – Back in Stock

Contrary to the belief, i'm a victim of my own blog too. I posted about this particular Tekkeon Battery pack and how it can supply proper 14V to the 600 or 900 LED light panels. In fact, we were using a 900 LED video light with this battery pack outdoors this past Friday as fill light to balance our exposure. Way cheaper than a V-Mount battery solution and great for powering up other devices from 5V-19V. (Old video post below)

Once I decided how well these have been working out on our location shoots, I wanted to purchase more. Unfortunately it quickly went into 'backordered' status for the last two months!! Now everyday i've been peeking and poking around trying to locate more, so I can run the other large LED lights on battery power. Now that they are finally back in stock, I learned my lesson, and was smart enough this time around to purchase a few more before posting up here. I test out gear all the time, and these are hands down the best battery solution for these large LED lights for the price. Hopefully you guys get the chance to try it before it's on backorder status again.

The battery is good to travel with and charge your cell phones with the USB port, charge your iPads, GoPro Cameras, power up LCD monitors, on Camera lights, etc. There are many versions of the Tekkeon battery, and I purchased the 3450i specifically because of the features it offers. I believe the 'i' stands for 'industrial grade'. The best price I could find online was over at B&H (click here).

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23 thoughts on “Tekkeon MyPower All Battery – Back in Stock

  1. Emm

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    @Mike C - It might too much of a load on the battery. It does not have the same amp capabilities as the larger V-Mount.

  2. Mike C

    Are you able to use these Tekkeon batteries to send out to a distro box, a la Anton Bauer and V-Mount setups that you see with powered cages these days? It's typically to house the battery behind, and send a power out from the battery to the power distro/cage unit under the DSLR. I assume the distro box would need the full amount of power, and then whatever taps you have on the distro box would send out to the various devices...

  3. efex

    I'm also interested in a 4-pin XLR cable to connect the Tekkeon to a 500 LED Panel.

    Or should I just spring for the more expensive 600 LED panel which seems to be better.

  4. Jake

    Anyone know if there is a 4-pin XLR connection for this? The ePhoto bi-color 500 LED I just got uses the 4-pin connector.

    I got the 500 due to size restrictions on some of the documentaries I do. In case anyone is wondering.

  5. Emm

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    @Jean-Philippe Archibald - This is more tailored to my usage. I'm using my packs for more than just this LED video light. V-Mount is great, but I don't see how I'll be able to power my 5V USB items, 7V, 12V accessories straight from a V-Mount (without bulky adapters). I think it would look quite odd to try to use V-Mount batteries on a Z96, or 352 LED ring light. My Tekkeon also powers my wireless HD setup like this http://cheesycam.com/asus-wicast-its-alive-its-alive/.

    So for the money, I'm getting much more use out of the Tekkeon. I carry it religiously in my bag to even charge my USB items while traveling. If all you need is just to power one LED panel, then I guess V-Mount will work.

  6. Emm

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    @Brendan - Yes we are using Velcro to attach the brick behind the panel to relieve stress. Otherwise I am using Velcro to attach the Tekkeon behind my LED panel.

  7. Emm

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    @Ben - Yes I have other CCTV small battery packs that operate average 12V, but they can't handle the Amps load. The Tekkeon was something I bought specifically for the 14V output, but it can also adjust to operate anywhere between 5V-19V.

  8. Hey Emm,

    Great review. I have two questions, though. If we weren't looking necessarily for carry-on sized batteries, would you still recommend the "car jumper battery" you wrote about way back? http://cheesycam.com/portable-battery-powers-the-cheap-500-led-light-panel/

    Secondly, I can't seem to find it, but did you ever put an article out with a quick solution for the hanging cords that weren't planned out by the LED light manufacturer? I've always worried that they're putting on too much strain, so was wondering if velcroing it to the back like you did with this Tekkeon would be the best option??

  9. I'm not sure it's a good deal for this application. 140$ for 58 Wh...

    You can buy a 95 Wh Global Media Pro battery for about the same price: http://www.globalmediapro.com/dp/A00UV7/Globalmediapro-Li95S-Lithium-ion-Battery-95WH/

    I am using these, they are great and reliable. You get almost twice the power, and an indistry standard mount and you will be able to use them on other professionnal equipement.

    Of course, you need a charger, but GMP have one for 50$. It's more logical to spend money on an industry standard battery solution IMO.

  10. Ben

    If my math is correct, that means the LED panel you did the test with was roughly 50 watts... Right? It says 58 watts hours; that would mean 58 watts for an hour, 29 watts for two hours, etc... Right?

  11. Emm

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    @Nathan - Actually the battery is strong enough, but you'll need to find the XLR adapter to fit.

  12. Hey Emm,

    How long does this Tekkeon last for the 900 LED? What about 600 LED? Have you ever did a test to try how long is the maximum output it can last?


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