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I own a 12VDC GE60 Ozone Generator. I will be using it in places where there is only a 12VDC system, but I have other electrical devices which require standard household current. Do you have any suggestions?
=== You didn't mention in your email what type of electrical devices you need to use, but provided the draw is not too heavy (see chart below), you might consider using a DC to AC Power Inverter.
A Power Inverter is an electronic device that converts low voltage DC (direct current) electricity from a battery or other power source to standard 115 volt AC (alternating current) household power.
The power inverter converts power in two stages. The first stage is a DC-to-DC converter that raises the low voltage DC at the inverter input to 16 volts DC. The second stage is the actual inverter stage. It converts the high voltage DC into 115 volts, 60 Hz AC.
Technical Information (for above unit - please check the packaging of the unit you are considering for technical specifications:
This is not a unit which we sell, but is available for purchase at many department and automotive supply stores.
=== I hope this helps,
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