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Old February 5th 08, 02:03 AM posted to rec.aviation.owning, rec.aviation.homebuilt
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Default PC power using aircraft ground

I run a Motion LS800 for my EFB. I use a DC 12V to 19V power
converter to power my LS800 since I have a 12V aircraft system.

To minimize the number of wires, can I use a single wire to run +19V
from the power converter to LS800 and connect the ground from power
converter to LS800 thru the airfram ground?

Thanks in advance,

Robin Hou

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