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12 volts to 110...
Hello... i was wondering if i could add those small converters to my bike?. i dont want to use a drill or microwave... but i would like to have a 110V outlet on my trunk for charging my cellphone or my camera while on a trip. do you think it would drain my battery really bad?.
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#1 02-14-2008, 05:35 PM,
Not if you had the external alternator Smile
You would need a voltmeter to check how your battery is doing.
A 12 volt cell charger would be your best bet.
I keep spare AA's for my camera.
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#2 02-14-2008, 06:01 PM,
yeah well i was thinking about this with the bike parked. not running.

i would carry a whole set of batteries. but my camera came with an special battery. and the worse thing is that the dealer doesn't even sell replacements for the batteries!!!! its a BenQ. never buy a BenQ. next time ill go for a cybershot.


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#3 02-14-2008, 06:23 PM,
You can geta charger for teh cell phone that plugs into the cig lighter.
And cince batteries for a camera don't need 110 volts, (a home charger actually converts DOWN to charge) I bet if you talked to a radio shack kid that knows his stuff, you can find a 12 volt battery charger for the camera.

Installing a cig lighter in the trunk for the chargers outta be pretty easy.



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