- Set up an inverter and connect it to the cable with the alligator clips.
- Join the cable's two-ring connector to the inverter's two terminals and tighten the nuts until they are tight. Attach the red cable to the red, positive DC terminal, and then connect the black cable to the negative DC terminal.
- Connect the battery to the inverter by using the cable with the alligator clips. Attach the black clip securely to the negative battery terminal, and then secure red clip to the positive battery terminal.
- Turn on the inverter by flipping the switch. The power light should come on.
- Plug your electric device(s) into the power inverter's two 3-prong AC outlets. The inverter circuit transforms direct current electrical energy into alternating current electrical energy. To do this, the circuit makes the available electrical current oscillate, or reverse, at intervals.
Things You Will Need
- Cable with alligator clips
- Once the electrical energy has been converted into an oscillating form, change the electrical energy by the feeding it into a transformer which steps the voltage in the circuit up or down as needed.