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Professional Drinker asked What is the best/cheapest way to supply power to a TV at a tailgate?
I'm looking to bring a TV out to our tailgate this year (32"-40") and trying to figure out the best way to power it. If I run a converter through the car, will it drain the battery? Would I need to have the car running the entire time?
And got the following answer:
Most new LCD flat screens won't come close to 300W so a 300W or greater power inverter should be sufficient. Cheapest way to do it: Get some REALLY long jumper cables, cut the ends off on one end. Connect the cut end to the power inverter, clamp the other end to the battery, plug the TV into the power inverter and have fun! This can potentially drain your main battery so it is important to start the car periodically and let it charge. Better way to do it: Buy a second battery and connect the inverter to it, connect jumper cables from car battery to second battery with the car running to charge, disconnect them when in use and car is not running. Keep the battery sufficiently charged while in storage. Best way to do it (permanent install): This uses a second battery, battery isolator, car audio cable 4ga cable, and inverter. I would not want to drain my starting battery for any length of time so I recommend a second battery. Just get a cheapy automotive battery from wally world. Just run 4ga wire from positive on the car battery and connect it to the battery isolator (you may need to drill through or use an existing grommet at the front of the car), then connect the battery isolator to positive on the "tailgate" battery. Connect the negative terminal of the "tailgate" battery to the chassis of the car (I usually use a bottom seat belt bolt, remove it, shave the paint off with a drill bit or file under the bolt, wrap the wire around, tighten the bolt back to torque specs [I just go as tight as I can]). If you want to drill a hole and bolt it yourself just be sure you don't hit the gas tank and once again shave the paint of until you see shiny metal. A battery isolator can be in the form of a switch or relay. The cheapest way to do it is with a lever, a low gauge switch that disconnects the car battery from this "tailgate" battery. Then you can drain it all you want, if it goes completely dead, start the car and throw the switch and charge it back up. You can also use a high amp relay: http://shopping.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0oG7kUJ00pOMAsAOdxXNyoA?cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&p=stinger%20relay&fr2=tab-web&fr=yfp-t-701 That will disconnect the batteries when the car is off so you don't have to throw the switch yourself, simply shut the car off and the batteries are isolated. You will need to locate your accessory wire (I generally find it behind the radio, so some experience with car wiring will be required). Just connect positive from the inverter to the "tailgate" battery positive and connect negative to the chassis or directly to the battery. Audio enthusiasts would recommend grounding to the chassis and not the battery because supposedly there is a lot of electrical "noise" at the battery negative terminal. It is extremely important that ALL positive power wires coming from ANY battery are fused within 1 foot of the battery, otherwise expect a fire if ANYTHING goes wrong. I've done without every single fuse but you are literally playing with fire by not fusing everything. Now you have a permanently installed power inverter for WHATEVER you need!