New flight-safe
broadcast battery delivers up to 150wh and fits in the palm of a hand.

Kent, UNITED KINGDOM—Hawk-Woods, innovative developer of
broadcast power solutions, today announces Mini V-Lok, a new ultra-small and lightweight addition to its V-Lok
battery line.
The smallest battery of its type in the world to date, Mini V-Lok fits
comfortably in the palm of a hand. It is flight-safe, available in two sizes,
100Wh and 150Wh, and capable of powering cameras,
monitors, lights and other types of broadcast equipment. When used in tandem
with an optional dual, hot-swappable adaptor, Mini V-Lok can deliver up to
300wh of power—double that of a standard V-Lok—in a device profile only
fractionally larger.

Mini V-Lok was developed as an
alternative to standard, travel-size batteries for power-hungry broadcast
equipment. “Ordinary batteries have to be swapped out every hour or so,”
explains Hawk-Woods sales manager Jason Stewart. “Mini V-Lok is also an
improvement over stackable batteries that result in cameras carrying lots of
dead weight.”

Hawk-Woods will be demonstrating Mini
V-Lok for the first time at IBC 2017, Stand
. It will also showcase several other new and updated products:
Is a new V-Lok fitting for Atomos
monitors used with Shogun Flame and Inferno systems. The adaptor fits into the
monitor’s original battery compartment and uses a dual, dummy MDV fitting to
accommodate a V-Lok battery. It also includes two power-con outputs that are
ideal for powering transmitter/receivers and other accessories. Shown for the
first time ever at IBC will be VL-AS2, a V-Lok adaptor for the new 19” Atomos Sumo monitor.
the United States, Hawk-Woods products are available through Manios Digital
& Film.
About Hawk-Woods
more than 25 years of experience and expertise in the broadcast industry,
Hawk-Woods offers a wide range of products for camera operators, sound
recordists and lighting engineers including broadcast camera batteries,
chargers, power adaptors, cables and plugs.
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