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Unread 04-11-2015, 02:51 PM   #1
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Default LED light bar wired to a house plug?

I've got a 24 inch 120w 10-30v LED Light bar on order and I plan to mount it to my roof. Does anyone know the wiring setup I would need in order to run it off of my batteries when I'm driving then be able to unplug it from the cart and run it off of a standard house current on an extension cord? Has anyone done this setup?
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Unread 04-11-2015, 03:57 PM   #2
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You can use an invertor 36v/48v depending on your battery pack to 110v the advantage is LED lights are very low draw so it shouldn't cause you any real problems with your battery pack. You can find them on Amazon for about $125
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Default Re: LED light bar wired to a house plug?

To use the light on your cart you will want a voltage reducer, for use on 120 volt ac you will need a ac to dc power supply. 12 volt output will be fine for both. Don't mess with either till you know what your doing.
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Default Re: LED light bar wired to a house plug?

The cheapest and easiest way would be to buy two seperate lights one AC and one DC. You'll wind up spending hundreds of dollars to buy the converters.
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The cheapest and easiest way would be to buy two seperate lights one AC and one DC. You'll wind up spending hundreds of dollars to buy the converters.

Agreed
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To use the light on your cart you will want a voltage reducer, for use on 120 volt ac you will need a ac to dc power supply. 12 volt output will be fine for both. Don't mess with either till you know what your doing.
I think you are right...the best would be two separate light bars...
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