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    Default Can somebody, anybody please help me with this?

    I need to get permanent power to a t186. I have taken apart the ac charger that came with it and now I want to attach it to power INSIDE my power strip. I know it's possible. And I know it's probably very dangerous but I still want to know how it's done. I've researched it for weeks and can't find shit. It's become personal now.

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    Is there enough room inside the power strip? Can you post a pic of the inside of it or a link to the product online?

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    I don't know if they all do, but this one has a shit ton of room in it. Search for Walmart philips 6 outlet power strip. It's metal and tan and the outlets are black. http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2dbqh3c&s=9
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    Image - TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting

    It's 2.5" wide
    1.5" deep
    And you have about 6 inches of length to put stuff
    Most cameras will easily fit in it.

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    I'm not trying to bump my thread I promise. I just keep thinking of stuff. First, I realized it's a hot USB port I need inside my power strip. Maybe I could take apart a USB charging box and attach it inside?

    This is a pretty awesome setup. It's damn near impossible to see the camera even when you pick it up and inspect it. Nobody looks twice a boring damn power strip. And once the pinhole is covered from the inside with a thin piece of plastic you can't tell it's a camera and the plastic didn't hurt my video quality at all. I even shaded the plastic with a light colored sharpie. It works wonders on locker rooms. Hint hint.

    There's plenty of room for a t186 or an 808 or even an iPod nano would fit in there. There's plenty of cams that would fit in it easily. We just have to figure out how to permanent power the cam.

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    It turns out the internet can be used to learn things almost instantly, firsthand. Try searching things like "power cord diagram" and "2 prong plug wiring." That said, if you know nothing about wiring you probably shouldn't be DIY. Especially given how many other options you have. Fire and electrocution are bad.

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    just my 2 cents: Why dont You start the project with a powerstrip, that has already USB-Ports?
    Top 10 Best Power Strips in 2015 Reviews

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    Thanks for advising me to google it. I never thought of that. I'm not too good at them internets. And also for telling me that getting electrocuted and/or burning to death is NOT a good thing. All these years I had been thinking those things were real treats.


    Anyway........ I wouldn't have just came on here and asked this if I hadn't felt like I had exhausted my other options. I've looked everywhere. Maybe I'm not searching the right thing.

    And even if it has a USB port it won't be accessible from the inside right?
    Last edited by afycsopo; 05-19-2017 at 05:26 AM.

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    Ok here are the pictures of what I'm working with. The first 2 are obviously the same but with the prongs removed. The 3rd one is my power strip.
    I'm not sure if I'm supposed to post thumbnails only. I don't know how to do thumbnails anyway.






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    And so I finally figure it out. It really was as simple as I thought it might be. I found an old power strip with 2 USB ports in it and took it apart and found out that you just take the two wires and solder them to each side of the metal strips. There's already holes in it and everything. The USB ports still worked so I'm just going to use that converter I took out of the old strip. Now I just gotta hope it fits. Here's a picture of what it looked like in the old one before I cut it out.


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