06-19-2011, 05:58 PM
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I assume the LEDs use a power converter "brick"?
What is the DC voltage and amps of the LED's power block?
Once you know that, check with a store such as Batteries Plus and see if they have a small specialty battery that is the correct voltage. The battery MUST provide the same or greater ampere output. A higher ampere output is ok, but make absolutely
certain the voltage matches! Then you'll need to cut the cord from the LED's power brick, attach some clamps on the power cord ends and clamp the ends to the battery terminals!
Hypothetically... I'm not actually an electrician
If you built your system, I bet you knew all this already! There may be a specialty adapter out there somewhere...