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Yinchem launched a new product 

SAFE D-TAP POWER CABLE

  • No damage even plug inversely  

This is Yinchem patented product with intelligent cell inside small black box to have circuit protection, can be used even plug in inversely, protect your device from damage, to save time and make shooting more efficient.

  • Integrated Design, More Durability

Gold-plated connector pins adopted to have wider contact area and lower internal resistance. Metal pins are integrated during injection molding to reinforce on D-tap connector side for better durability and reduce uncertainty caused by manual assembly. It has excellent compatibility with D-tap sockets of most brands.

If you are interested, please leave message.

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I'm actually gobsmacked that anyone designed a critical power plug like the D-Tap in a way that it could be incorrectly installed. This is design failure at its worst. I used a white industrial marker to highlight my plug/adapter/battery so that I can't incorrectly attach the plug.

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On 5/10/2020 at 1:04 PM, Jay said:

I wonder how it compares to Lentequip

https://www.newsshooter.com/2019/03/20/lentequip-safetap-connector-review/

This one looks to have the safety electronics in-line separately with no LED, where as the Lentequip versions are in the connector themself.

Different. Lentequip version has LED to indicate red when plug in wrong way and stop output, while YINCHEM safetap can continue to work and output normally even plug in wrong way. We incorporate circuit protection with patented technology into the small black box.  What's more. YINCHEM version is quite cheap then Lentequip. If you are interested in review, I can send few samples to you.

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On 5/10/2020 at 1:43 PM, Australian Image (Ray) said:

I'm actually gobsmacked that anyone designed a critical power plug like the D-Tap in a way that it could be incorrectly installed. This is design failure at its worst. I used a white industrial marker to highlight my plug/adapter/battery so that I can't incorrectly attach the plug.

You wont' have this trouble with YINCHEM new safe D-tap. 

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