Hyper Juice Battery and New MBP

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by RabbitSpatula, Nov 19, 2016.

  1. RabbitSpatula macrumors newbie

    RabbitSpatula

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    Stockholm, Sweden
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    This is a question for all you photographers out there.
    Has anyone found a way to use their Magsafe equipped Hyper Juice batteries with the new 15 inch MBP. I am using the 150 WH sized batteries.
    I know that Hyper juice have a USB C setup for the 29W USB C only macbook, but I don´t think this will cut it for the more power hungry (87W) 15 inch MBP- especially when driven hard on a photo shoot.


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    Remember that power will need to be delivered from the DC out socket on the battery, using the cable with a MagSafe connector on one end. Simply running a USB A to USB C cable between the battery and computer will not deliver enough power.
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    A Magsafe to USB C adapter is what we need. Like this one below which is on Kickstarter-Snapnator.com.

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    This looks like it should do the job, but will not be available until January according to the website.

    I assume/hope the makers of the Hyper juice battery will develop a good solution soon, and I dearly hope I won´t need to replace the 3 batteries I already own.
    But in the meantime, the new MBP will be arriving next week and I would like to put it to work on location immediately, assuming I can keep it powered all day.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks, (and yes, I am also excited to play with my new max spec machine when it arrives soon)

    All the best.
     
  2. Baloch macrumors member

    Baloch

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    #2
    A saw a magsafe to usb-c converter on amazon, that might work
    btw awesome dp ;)
     
  3. cmaier macrumors G3

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    The thing you are linking to isn't really MagSafe. It's similar but it won't fit. Griffin adapter same deal. MagSafe-like idea, but not the same connector.
     

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