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Using AC subwoofer on 12 DC battery

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Village Elder
#9
Very possible.

Fungua subwoofer. Hapo nyuma kuna ile transformer yenye hustepdown 230V~ to around 12v-30v~. There's a rectifying/converting circuit that turns the smaller voltage into DC. If you're in luck, this final voltage is indicated huko ndani Kwa hio kacircuit.

If it is 12V, ruka hio circuit ya transformer uconnect battery yako kwa + na -. Sasa tisha wanakijiji na ile ohangla unataka.
 

madova

Village Elder
#11
Very possible.

Fungua subwoofer. Hapo nyuma kuna ile transformer yenye hustepdown 230V~ to around 12v-30v~. There's a rectifying/converting circuit that turns the smaller voltage into DC. If you're in luck, this final voltage is indicated huko ndani Kwa hio kacircuit.

If it is 12V, ruka hio circuit ya transformer uconnect battery yako kwa + na -. Sasa tisha wanakijiji na ile ohangla unataka.
Yeah.seconded.
The only problem is if he finds the output voltage after the capacitor is more than 12v he is dead and buried.
Not economical.
Get a small inverter of say 500-600W and you good to go.
Since you have the battery.
Invest in a small solar and bingo.
Teje ichune with a few lighting points.
Say 2 or 3.
 

hadadoh

Village Elder
#12
Very possible.

Fungua subwoofer. Hapo nyuma kuna ile transformer yenye hustepdown 230V~ to around 12v-30v~. There's a rectifying/converting circuit that turns the smaller voltage into DC. If you're in luck, this final voltage is indicated huko ndani Kwa hio kacircuit.

If it is 12V, ruka hio circuit ya transformer uconnect battery yako kwa + na -. Sasa tisha wanakijiji na ile ohangla unataka.
This is the easiest way if you know what you are doing though you will also need a voltage regulator(buck- boost converter) to regulate the voltage and current otherwise your device may overheat or even burn instantly juu the battery will deliver the max current it can deliver if not regulated
 

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