MR6400 : 220 volts vs 12 volts ?

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MR6400 : 220 volts vs 12 volts ?
MR6400 : 220 volts vs 12 volts ?
2017-11-29 18:21:30
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Is it possible to electrically power MR6400 directly from 12v batteries on solar panels without going through a first converter that transforms the 12 volts into 220 volts and then the power supply that converts the 220 volts back to 12 volts?

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Est-il possible d'alimenter électriquement MR6400 directement à partir de batteries 12v sur des panneaux solaires sans passer par un premier convertisseur qui transforme le 12 volts en 220 volts et ensuite le bloc alimentation qui converti de nouveau le 220 volts en 12 volts ? Merci
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Re:MR6400 : 220 volts vs 12 volts ?
2017-11-30 16:55:46
yes there is no problem at all since you keep the same voltage and ampere
read the exact output voltage and ampere on your router adapter , then you can buy one similar jack , insert it into the router and its wires hook up to the right voltage and ampere no matter what the source is .
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