DC Input Lead for PRC Signature Series Cases
DC Input Lead for PRC Signature Series Cases
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DC Input Lead for PRC Signature Series Cases

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Power your Signature Series case with DC power using this purpose-built cable!
$24.99

One of the great features of our Signature Series cases is their ability to be powered directly by DC voltage when you don't have AC available. Every Signature Series case has an XT60 port built into the deck for DC input, with no switching or modification necessary to switch between power types. And this six-foot cable makes it a piece of cake to get that DC power to your case.

Heavy duty clamps let you make an easy connection to the terminals on your battery, while at the other end of the cable you'll have a male XT60 connector to plug right into the DC port on your Signature Series case.
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Length 6'
Gauge (Wire) 12 AWG

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Great Concept! Physics gets in the way

This is great for super low amperage pull (like a couple mini quad batteries), but if you plan on pulling anything over 10 amps with this, expect a hot cable and significant voltage sag.
My hope was to use this for powering my charging case (upwards of 40-50a) right off my lithium battery bank in my van, but the cables almost melted when I tried stress testing it. voltage at the batteries was about 13.8 and voltage at the charging case was 9.5-10v.
Legitimately nothing against the folks at PRC, everything they've done for me has been great! It's no one's fault that XT60 can't handle a larger gauge wire, because that's the main thing this puppy needs.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Great Concept! Physics gets in the way

This is great for super low amperage pull (like a couple mini quad batteries), but if you plan on pulling anything over 10 amps with this, expect a hot cable and significant voltage sag.
My hope was to use this for powering my charging case (upwards of 40-50a) right off my lithium battery bank in my van, but the cables almost melted when I tried stress testing it. voltage at the batteries was about 13.8 and voltage at the charging case was 9.5-10v.
Legitimately nothing against the folks at PRC, everything they've done for me has been great! It's no one's fault that XT60 can't handle a larger gauge wire, because that's the main thing this puppy needs.

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