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Kit-placement on mount?

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Im doing some cable-mannagement re-arranging on my AP setup. Equipment listed in signature.

I've bought a chunzehui f-1005 "powerpole" for fusing each component (camera, af, mount, dew heater), and one external 12v 10A power supply (meanwell NDR 120-12).

I havent done much electronics before, and not so much cable management before so i am a bit unsure of where its safe to put the powerpole. 

will it effect the balancing alot/some by having it placed near the polarscope top opening like on the attached picture? Will the current going through powerpole make vibrations to the mount? I feel the placement on the picture was very good "cable-managing-wise".

Plan is to have the power supply in a plasticbox underneath the tripod. 





Edited by masjstovel

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I have just myself put a similar post up about cable management, just out of interest where did you buy the power bank?

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13 minutes ago, m.tweedy said:

If you live in the UK and want to help small businesses then look at this


apologies if it is deemed Political. I hope not but if it is please delete and let me know. I have been a member on here too long to be barred.

Looks like they can supply everything including custom cables to length to keep thing really tidy.

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