Let there be light, outside?

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  1. Nein-reis

    Nein-reis TPF Noob!

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    So I have a set of lights, all have your typical wall cords. What do you guys/gals use/suggest to power them when I want to use them other than in a building. On location in a parking structure or field for example. Is there a way to power them with my car or a mobile power source of some sort?
     
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    You can buy an inverter/battery pack or put together your own. First you need to come up with a power requirement so that you can determine which product/s you will need. I don't know that I would want to use the car battery too much for fear of not being able to go home after. ;)

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    I need to power 3 lights 500W each for about an hour. What would you recommend?
     
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