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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Hey Jamie, just hope that DOCS don't stumble across your post LOL emoticon

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Date Registered: 09-2006
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I've got one of these units and they vary on their capacity and hence how long they can run a device for. I don't doubt many of them can run a DVD player for extended periods though...

My bigger issue with these units is that I wanted to hook it into my car's electrical system to charge it while at the same time pull power from it to power things as well... in the manual it says you can't do this...
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Date Registered: 03-2021
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Likewise I had been wondering the same thing, In my case however what I hope for is to leave devices charging when leaving the vehicle. I am involved in a hobby that at times requires me to leave the car , of of course but still have a phone or tablet charging inside.

My last car (VS Commodore) I simply added a seperate wire directly from the battery via an on off switch to a number of power outlets that I mounted in the passenger and rear seating areas.

When I needed to have the power on full time I just left it switched on. As they were only charging a few mobile devices there was no threat to draining the battery. This was also the case when I needed to refuel where the SatNav stayed on when the ignition was turned off.

As my exy is only new I am not wanting to muck around with cutting wires etc.

Thanks in advance.

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