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Aaron Martin @ OH

Arri 16s

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It's been years, but I remember we used to take the rechargeable batteries from RC cars (7.2 volt) and use them to run the Arriflex 16S variable speed and constant speed motors. Worked really well.

Best, -Tim

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I built this power supply for my arriflex 16 st.  Two 15.2 Quad copter lipo batteries,  separately accessible, and with adjustable output voltage from  3.7 volts up to 15.2 volts, adjustable amp output and two different plug types.

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