Portable Battery to Power Elektron


#145

Slightly related. Constructed a boombox which provides power for any external devices. Amplifier uses 12v, but Drok voltage regulator converts it to 6v for machinedrum. There is also usb power for any device and a 4 channel mono mixer for park jamming! :slight_smile:




#146

Awesome !!!


#147

Wouaow, admirable !
My dream.


#148

@Lukree Mind sharing some details/pointers on the DIY thread, please ?
This is just sooo what I need ! You rule mate !
:smiley:


#149

Sure!

Will post some details once I got a minute. Currently going to a summer cottage with friends to test the damn thing! :slight_smile:


#150

Could this work, just plug your PSU in.
http://www.xtorm.eu/en/power-banks/laptop-power-bank-18-000/


#151

Nope.

85W won’t produce enough amps for the PSU.


#152

This thread feels somewhat deadlocked for MD / MM / OT owners.

Does anyone have a one-piece portable battery solution that they are actively using to power MD or MM or OT ?
Something that can copy with the 6V/3A requirements of their respective PSUs ?


#153

which 3 Elektrons?


#154

Google omnicharge pro


#155

i use tbe xtorm it with OT, MnM and MD. i have used it just a couple of times, but it works very well.


#156

How many hours could you run a device on, did you find a way to power more than one device at a time?


#157

The other poster seems to have tried it successfully. I would have thought 230AC and 65 watts would be sufficient but not sure how long it would power the device. 230 volts divide 65 watts equals 3.5 amps.


#158

I’ve been using a pure sine wave inverter and 12v 7AH battery with my OT. Not as portable, but fine to sling in my bicycle panniers and go off into the woods / along the coast. Will last for days and will happily run anything 240v too.


#159




i tested it with all 3 devices running and after ca. 2h the battery was still 2/3 charged.


#160

That’s cool man. surprised it can run all three at once.


#161

Thanks for posting.

Sadly, I cannot find one for sale in the states. :frowning:


#162

Its an EU thing.


#163

Yet these 65W Xtorm batteries are doing the job.

:zonked:

I think I will try a ChargeTech. I can always send it back to Amazon if it doesn’t pan out.


#164

I definitely want to know how that goes! I’m feeling the states pain!