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    Case Travla and Internal Power supply

    Does anyone know if the internal power supply of travla cases need and external regulator or not?

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    Yes, they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    Yes, they do.
    you mean I have to buy also an external stabilazer right?

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    They come with a house adapter, and yes they do have an external converter.

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    The supplies require a regulated 12V input. They come with a standard AC wall wart for in-house (or inverter) use. To run without an inverter in your car, you'll need a 12V regulated supply such as the Carnetix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    The supplies require a regulated 12V input.
    Depends on which case you're talking about. The C137 requires 19VDC input.

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    Fine, either way the answer to his question is the same. The supplies need an external regulated supply.

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    thank you to all

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