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AT Power to Car Cigarete Connection

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I am planing to have my own CAR MP3 Player.

I have one casing with AT power and I would like to use power from the car cigarete connection. It is 220V source for the AT Power.

Does anyone have idea how should I do it ?
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A device known as a power inverter will allow you to plug in AC devices to your cigarette lighter. They are rated in watts, and are available at your local auto parts super store. Lots of people use them for lap top computers, small TV's, or other low voltage appliances. You'll want one with the same wattage as your AT power supply's max output.
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