This AC/DC wall adapter provides a substitute for a 9V battery
to power many of your HiViz.com circuits. The adapter accepts 100-240V input
voltage at 50-60 Hz; output is a regulated 9 VDC.
The power rating is 10 W. The AC plug is a standard 2-pin non-polarized US plug. An adapter may be needed for some countries.
The Multi-Trigger 3 kit includes the parts of one of two types of photogate cables. The type not included in your kit can be purchased separately below.
Variable-width photogate cable kit
The PGv kit includes an IR emitter and detector, a 3-ft
length of 3-conductor cable, a 1.5-ft length of hookup wire, heat-shrink tubing, and a 3.5mm stereo connector.
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Interrupter photogate cable kit
The PGv kit includes an interrupter, a 3-ft length of
3-conductor cable, and a 3.5mm stereo connector.
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Lid Label for Multi-Trigger 3
We include the label printed on photo-quality paper together with 2 sheets of adhesive laminate.
Flash Trigger Cable Kit (PC to 3.5mm)
This cable kit is for connecting the outputs of a Multi-Trigger 3 to a flash unit. The flash trigger cable kit includes a connector for the flash, a 3.5mm mono plug, 3-ft of 2-conductor cable, and heat-shrink tubing. Assembly is required. This trigger cable is intended for connection either to flash units that have a standard PC jack or to a hot shoe adapter with a PC jack. If your flash unit is one of the Vivitar models 283, 285HV, or 3700, you'll need a Vivitar PC-1 cord to connect to your flash unit. Click here for one possible source. If you're triggering your flash wirelessly or your flash unit has a 3.5mm synch jack, see this page for 3.5mm cables.
The Canon 80N3 and the Nikon cables are about 1-foot long and may be coiled or straight, depending on what we can get from our suppliers. The stereo plug is 2.5mm, and a 2.5mm to 3.5mm stereo adapter is included for connection to a HiViz.com trigger box. A 6-foot extension cable may be purchased for just $1.95 more.
The Canon 60E3 cable is 6 feet long with 2.5mm and 3.5mm plugs.
DIY option: If you want to use a shutter release cable that you already own rather than buying one of ours, you can just get the 3.5mm male and female stereo connectors and follow these instructions.