Neewer CN-AC2 DC 7.5V 2A Switching Power Supply Adapter for Video Light CN-160 CN-126
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- This power supply adapter set is designed for Neewer CN-16
- This Device Can Transform Alternating Current Into Direct Curren
- Easily power your security cameras with this plug-in power supply
- Light Weight and Low Power Consumptions
- This AC to DC adapter also can be used for many common electronic components
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This power supply adapter set is designed for Neewer CN-126 and CN-160.
This Device Can Transform Alternating Current Into Direct Current.
Easily power your security cameras with this plug-in power supply.
Light Weight and Low Power Consumptions.
This AC to DC adapter also can be used for many common electronic components.
Input: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz 0.6A
Output: 7.5V, 2000mA
Plug: US Plug
Cable Length: 79"/200cm
Net Weight: 7.08 oz/ 201g
Package Size: 15 x 9.5 x 5.0cm/ 5.9" x 3.7" x 2.0"
Neewer CN-126 & CN-160 and many more video light that uses DC 7.5V 2A
1x Switching Adapter
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Just like thousands of other YouTube video producers, I started looking for an introductory lighting solution for my studio recordings. I saw how popular Neewer LED lights were with the CN-160 getting particularly favorable reviews so i picked up the Neewer CN AC to DC power converter to avoid buying batteries by the dozen. The Neewer combination of lights and battery pack solution was a good choice. Paired together, you have consistent, quality, powerful lighting. I paid $32 for the LED light, and $16 for the battery power. I felt the battery pack was a bit expensive, considering that was 50% of the cost of the light rig, but I really dislike buying batteries for high-drain electronic devices. The light powered on instantly when plugged in and runs consistently with no light fluctuation.
The NEEWER 160 LED CN-160 is bright!! I mean, you’re not going to look down the eyeline directly of this guy. I use at about 10% of capacity and its plenty bright for eliminating shadows on my face opposite the other light source. The threading device works great for my desktop stand I borrowed from a microphone.
Neewer CN-AC2 DC 7.5V 2A Switching Power will save you a lot of battery money and stress over the life of your light. It works easily, and immediately. Installation takes twenty seconds and you’re ready to go.
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Regardless, it doesn't quite fit. Not quite. The dummy is a "hair" too thick. And it's also a little too short. It does work, but the frame on the LED unit can't seat properly. It bulges outwardly. And, the "too-big" pack should slide and "click" but doesn't - at least not mine. I have 4 of them. I bought them all at the same time. They all suffer from the same problem. Or... It could be me. But, I've tried and tried to make it fit. No dice.
If you experience the same issue, and if you have a dremel-style tool to cut or grind away at the ill-fitting "match", I think you should be okay.
I haven't tried this modification myself yet. But, I suspect a little shaving of the "pretend" battery pack - which I believe is a nearly empty "shell" will do the trick. This sounds like a bigger deal in writing than it probably is. It works fine, but the physical fit, is just not quite perfect. (Also, a little cardboard to wedge the Pack toward the contacts works as a solution to the slight mismatch.)
Get this unit in spite of its possible imperfections. It does work. It's merely a question of physical "pairing" - and perhaps a smidgen of physical "paring" - nothing more.
The adapter fits rather tightly, which is good since it won't pop out of place.
The plastic is very, very lightweight, so it cuts down on extra weight in your bag'o'lights, yet doesn't feel so low quality that it would break easily. The cord on the AC adapter is very thin, so I would expect it to wear out over time, but could be replaced with a universal adapter. Basically, it is the bare minimum of what would be required to get the job done, but I am OK with that since it does, indeed, get the job done.
I received mine two days ago, put it in the CN-160 and as a test left if powered on for about 5 hours at almost full power, happy to say neither the wall wart or the wire got too hot... the wire remained cool to the touch and the wall wart just slightly warm.
I use the CN-160s on 11" friction arms so it is nice not to have the extra weight of one of the larger Sony-style batteries weighing the light down. Even with the slight shortcoming of the size of the dummy battery, I just ordered a second one for my other CN-160.
Side note: Now if Neewer could just make an LED panel that didn't have green or magenta color shifts... that would be wonderful! As it is I use gels to correct the LED color.