Ok, I have been going back and forth on how to power all the 5V devices I have. I have so many USB hubs and 6 KVMP switches which require 5V power also. My idea was to buy a sine wave inverter and call it a day. BadMopar suggested a 12V to 5V device that I guess reduces 12V to 5V, but I am scared that if it were to malfunction, everything connected to it will die. So I figured a sine wave inverter coupled with a surge protector is easier for me.

Thing is, I do not know what power amount to buy, or how to calculate what I need.

There are three 7 port USB hubs. That equals 5V 4.5 amps.

Then a Ehternet Switch. That equals 5V 2.0 amps.

An Access Point. Thats 5V 2.6 amps.

Then 6 KVMP switches. Thats 5V 16 amps.

So thats a total of 5V 26 amps. How do I calculate what inverter I need?

Thing is, I do not know what power amount to buy, or how to calculate what I need.

There are three 7 port USB hubs. That equals 5V 4.5 amps.

Then a Ehternet Switch. That equals 5V 2.0 amps.

An Access Point. Thats 5V 2.6 amps.

Then 6 KVMP switches. Thats 5V 16 amps.

So thats a total of 5V 26 amps. How do I calculate what inverter I need?

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