Mobile Hotspot in 110V Power Outlet? (1 Viewer)

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Has anyone installed a mobile hotspot in 110V AC power adapter in rear? I can't imagine a mobile hotspot using more than 60-70W of power. It would be much easier for people who come in my car and are trying to log on to internet devices while on the road.
 
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Have you thought about a DC to DC converter? Not sure which hotspot you want to power, but I would guess that most hotspots are in the 5-12VDC range. It would be significantly more efficient to just convert rather than using the inverter.
 
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I did a quick search and it looks like a lot of Hotspots are powered/charged by nothing more than a (micro) USB port. So you can probably put that thing anywhere really.
 
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I did a quick search and it looks like a lot of Hotspots are powered/charged by nothing more than a (micro) USB port. So you can probably put that thing anywhere really.
I just checked, you are right. Will try to use the cigarette adapter in rear and put it under the seat. Thanks!
 

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