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Hello,

I am having some serious trouble with the devices placed in a vehicle, I am trying to add devices to it and get them powered during the start of the vehicle.

Electricity Source: DC 12V { Battery }
CONVERTER - [ DC -> AC ] 12V
ADOPTER - 12V AC -> 6V AC

Devices Power requirement->
5V AC + 1.2 Amp [Device 1]
WIFI Dongle dont know the power requirements it also requires 5V AC

Graph is also added


The devices circuits are failing due to fluctuating current from the battery, thus the reading of electricity is also different, can you help me achieve this, without increasing the price significantly !
Thanks in advance.....

- Arjch
 

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Why are you stepping 12v up to 120 v ?
So you can drop it down again to 5 v ?

Why don't you just use a 12 to 5 v regulator ?
Much simpler ?
 

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arjch said:
Hello, I am having some serious trouble with the devices placed in a vehicle, I am trying to add devices to it and get them powered during the start of the vehicle. Electricity Source: DC 12V { Battery } CONVERTER - [ DC -> AC ] 12V ADOPTER - 12V AC -> 6V AC Devices Power requirement-> 5V AC + 1.2 Amp [Device 1] WIFI Dongle dont know the power requirements it also requires 5V AC Graph is also added The devices circuits are failing due to fluctuating current from the battery, thus the reading of electricity is also different, can you help me achieve this, without increasing the price significantly ! Thanks in advance..... - Arjch
Umm, that data stick you linked is 5vdc, as are all USB powered devices, not AC.
 

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