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Powering Studio Strobes Using An Inverter

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How much wattage does a Norman P2000 power pack draw? And why couldn't you run

a strobe system like this on location using an appropriate inverter or portable

generator?

Do you have to keep the engine running when using an inverter like this?

The advantage of using a studio strobe like this is the addition of a modelling

light, and the batteries that don't last forever.

I can't see purchasing a low-wattage portable strobe kit for occasional use.

Has anyone tried powering a studio kit power pack off of an inverter?

Thanks,

TH

 


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