Problem: No AC output power Possible Causes: 1. Poor contact with the DC power outlet. 2. The vehicle’s electrical system requires ignition to be on. 3. The vehicle’s DC power outlet fuse is blown. 4. Over-heating of the power inverter. 5. The vehicle’s battery voltage is below 11 volts. 6. The vehicle’s battery input voltage Read More ›
This is due to overloading or underpowering. Overloading is caused by an excessive load and can be resolved by either upgrading to larger power inverter or by reducing the load of the attached equipment. If the device is underpowered, connect it to power source that is outputting greater than 11 volts. Most often, users simply need to start their vehicle and recharge the battery.
Many airlines limit in-seat power to a maximum of 75 watts. (Most laptops require >100 watts.) The recommended workaround is to remove the battery from the laptop. Doing so should reduce the power demands of the laptop to under 75 watts because the battery will no longer be charging while the laptop is in use.