I am looking at the Primaluce Eagle Control Unit for my imaging rig. I am currently using a rig runner to power all my gear and a separate PC that sits on my OTA. I like the idea of being able to get rid of the rig runner and separate PC and use the Eagle as my power hub in addition to a PC as I am running out of space on top of the OTA.
However, it appears Primaluce want you to buy separate power cables for each device at around $45 each. Does anyone know if the power plugs on the Eagle are proprietary or can I purchase generic plugs that I can then add Anderson PowerPole connectors to so I can use my existing power cables? The other benefit of being able to use generic connectors is that I can customize the length of each cable so I don't have a bunch of excess cable to deal with.
If anyone who is familiar with the Eagle Control Unit can answer if the power plugs are proprietary that would be helpful.
Thanks for the info.