Hey Cable Makers out there.
Has anyone every made a threaded coaxial cable for connecting external power to the Shure FP-24?
I pulled the specs for its power and it is listed below:
External: 5 – 14 VDC via threaded coaxial connector* (5.5 mm
outer diameter, 2.1 mm inner diameter); Pin positive, sleeve neg-
ative; Voltages above 14 VDC cause no damage to unit, but will
open an internal poly fuse that will reset when voltage is re-
*Threaded coaxial connector provided for use with power sup-
plies not equipped. For instructions on how to solder this connec-
tor to a Shure PS20, see Figure 5
I know nothing of electronics, but does this mean that supplying a minimum of 5volts DC would power the unit sufficiently? If so, I assume some of these USB 5v power bank batteries on the market would work.
Has anyone built a cable that has a threaded coaxial (locking) needed for FP-24 terminated in a USB or MicroUSB on the other end. Is this even possible?
Please let me know as I am looking into this option if someone is willing to make a cable.