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How can I hook my Flat High Powered up to 12 volts (or 48 volts) instead of using the two 110 volt connections?


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It is straight forward to hooking the residential dish up to 12 volts and using you own router instead of the starlink one.

The Flat High Powered includes a power supply and a router which both have 110 connections.

I want to get rid of those two 110 connections. and connect to my 12 volt system.

I can eliminate the router using the StarLink High Powered Cord cord that has a RJ45 connector and connects the power supply then to my personal router. That works great.

How can I eliminate that remaining 110 power supply?

Can one just use a PEO and push 48 volts down the line?

RV's run on 12 volts & the 110 inverters suck watts.

 

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