Portable light

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Re: Portable light

Post by whitesik » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:40 pm

Although not really authentic to the Pinzgauer, I have bought a couple surplus 24v Hella work lights that I like a lot. They have a magnetic base so obviously it will attach anywhere I wont them on the Pinz. I have a K version so I converted the light's original plug to a pingauer 2 pin used for the radios and outside generator connection on the back.
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Re: Portable light

Post by Vladimir » Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:11 pm

McCall very nice light!
I asume the only way to chsege a phone would be installing an inverter to drop current to 12v?

Still confused by that male plug that EI sells, what is the purpose of it ? I mean how do you attach the wire to it? Is it like a nut connector you screw it to ?

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