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Old 08-11-2015, 03:22 PM   #1
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Fan-Tastic Endless Breeze 12V Fan

I have 2 and my new coach doesn't have the 12 volt receptacle like my old coach had.
Is there anything out there that I could use to convert them, so I could plug them into an 110 outlet?
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Amazon.com: Schumacher PC-6 120AC to 6A 12V DC Power Converter: Automotive

Amazon.com: Wagan 5 Amp AC to 12V DC Power Adapter: Automotive

Pricey but would work. It pulls around 3A on high speed.
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I have 2 and my new coach doesn't have the 12 volt receptacle like my old coach had.
Is there anything out there that I could use to convert them, so I could plug them into an 110 outlet?
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Why not simply add a 12 outlet , or 2, or 3 in locations where you want to use the Endless Breaze12V fans?
That way the fans can be used whether you have 120VAC power or not.
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Going to have to add some to ours too. We only have two in the dash and the rig is 45' long so no breeze in the back. I also need one for my CPAP in the bedroom anyway.
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Old 08-11-2015, 03:52 PM   #5
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You can purchase a converter from Pep Boys that will work. I have also added 12 volt plugs that will serve the same purpose. You can also get 12 volt plugs with long cables and use your existing plugs. Rigging is always fun.
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Going to have to add some to ours too. We only have two in the dash and the rig is 45' long so no breeze in the back. I also need one for my CPAP in the bedroom anyway.
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I have added 8 including the one for my CPAP.
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Thanks for the info and ideas.
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