Charging mobile in vehicle fitted with 24V equipt

  Meshuga 26 May 08
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I normally charge my Motorola mobile in my own car. The charging lead for this obviously has a means to cut down the 12v car current to the 4.8v required for the mobile battery. To charge my phone when I am in a commercial lorry which has 24volt equipment do I need to get a different charging lead to cut down the 24v. It`s not always the same lorry but is usually 24v. I don`t drive them, just a passenger.

  Chris the Ancient 27 May 08

I did a google search for '24v phone charger'.

Loads!

  Meshuga 27 May 08

Chris, Many thanks for your reply, Just what I wanted, cheap too. Never gave google a thought.

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