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Old 12-28-10, 09:49 AM   #4
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I'd imagine searching for 12v appliances used in RV's might help you a bit. Some RVs just use an inverter and run things at 120v but it seems that there is enough stuff out there to power most rudimentary things. ...then again I'm not sure what you have in mind. I don't think you'll save too much on lighting costs and for most things, pulling out transformers might be more work than it is worth and finding out of that 9v, 12v, or 15v appliance will work with a 12v battery that could be 11v discharged and over 14v charging could cost you while trying to set this stuff up.
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