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dc-to-ac inverter[¦dē‚sē tü ¦ā‚sē in′vərd·ər]
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After a long conversation with the folks at the UPS Store, I quickly formulated "Plan B." The alternative was to purchase a good DC-to-AC inverter
, bring along the wall-wart power adapters for both the mount and camera, and also pick up a deep-cycle marine battery at the local Walmart on Maui.
In addition to jump-starting capabilities, today's models include an air compressor, lighting, 12-volt DC outlets and even a DC-to-AC inverter
for powering plug-in appliances like laptops.