In my lorry i have an inverter and it powers my laptop easy but thats 24v but must be able to do the same with 12v but as always buy a good inverter the cheap ones are rubbish T:Hello,
I have been asking around and cannot get a straight answer.
I have a small computer and wish to power it in my Van.
Does anyone have any idea how this can be done? Is there large battery's for such an occasion?
Thanks for any help.
I’m a bit confused to how the electronics work.yes. a 12v inverter does the job and the one i used was only 15w. be aware that this will drain the battery/ies during longer use.
nice products but itive got a lead from ebay,plugs into 12v cig socket and can give variable power outputs,mines set at 19v for laptop,as youll find the 240v power lead has a dropper/converter for laptop.itll say on yr laptop underneath whatpower input is.
also comes with various socket adaptors for appliance.only about £20?
I fail to see why an inverter would not be needed with the above? Its just a universal replacement power pack?Get yourself something like this and you've no need for an inverter
With this and a T Mobile wireless pointer I can surf for hours anywhere (up welsh mountains and on remote scottish islands) without worrying about flattening 125 ah leisure battery or not having a broadband connection.
It's a vast improvement on what was possible only a couple of years ago...
Fair point; perhaps it's time to lay off the rum!I fail to see why an inverter would not be needed with the above? Its just a universal replacement power pack?
Not quite a pc but my ipad lasts ten hours before i charge it, then when i do its 2.1amps from a 12v supply and doesnt take long (minutes) to reach full charge again,,
Ahh now thats better A:Fair point; perhaps it's time to lay off the rum!
This should have been the link!
Apologies....and thanks for pointing it out.