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Old 19-04-2013, 08:07   #31
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Re: Question about TV and intro..

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I seem to have started quite the debate. I like it! When I have shore power I have no problem running a 110 volt TV monitor. My boat is completely self contained with no genset so I was looking for a video solution for when I'm offshore on the hook, thus the 12 volt TV suggestion. I have dual batteries. Will an inverter work with the motor off and if so for how long and what size inverter would I need?

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An inverter changes 12 volt from your batteries to 120 volts.

You can run about 15amps on a 180 watt inverter, which should be more than enough for a TV. The next step is 300 watts.

You did not state the size of your battery bank so there is no way to tell how long it will run, but my guess you will have no problem getting a movie a day.

Here is an example... http://www.theinverterstore.com/180-...-inverter.html#
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Old 19-04-2013, 16:16   #32
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Re: Question about TV and intro..

i run a 15" lcd tv, dvd player, and antenna on a 150 watt inverter. how long you can run depends on how much battery capacity you have.

just so you can start your engine the next day, make sure you have a 'house' bank and a 'starter' bank, and only run your inverter off 'house'.
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I don't know of anyway to get input from an iPhone or iPad, except to use Airplay, which requires more components and gives pretty low-grade results (at least in my tests).

Is there an HDMI adapter for the Apple devices? I might have heard of such a thing, but have never seen one operating.
There are adapters for svga and hdmi. They work very well.
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