power supply for LED's?

I have a strip of LED's that have a warning that's says use only with a 12v class 2 power supply. Is this referring to an AC/DC transformer? Should I be able to run them straight from a 12v battery? If I am using a 12v battery is the class 2 circuitry still needed?

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Yea some people are a pain go ahead connect it to the battery it will work.
It is the any key problem.
MDheliMech (author)  Josehf Murchison4 years ago
Any key problem? that sounds humorous. Thank you for the answer
MDheliMech (author)  MDheliMech4 years ago
Is the any key problem like Homer Simpson "To start press any key....hmm where's the any key......let's see... there's esc (mispronounced esk), ctrl (mispronounced kutarl)........ooh I think I'll order a tab"
Yes it is bad programing language.

A programmer and a friend of mine was mocking people having trouble finding the any key while loading a program.

I took out my car keys and depressed my car keys and said

"OK that is any key so why isn't it working?"

Never ASSUME you will make an ASS out of U and ME. (ASS U ME).

They assumed everyone knows what a class 2 power supply is, when it is best to say volts and amps.

Make sure your battery has lots of amp hours or it wont last long.

MDheliMech (author)  Josehf Murchison4 years ago
I love that kind of humor. Thanks again for the answer
Any 12V supply that has the amperage to support the strip ill work. Your 12V battery will be fine.
MDheliMech (author)  mpilchfamily4 years ago
Thanks for the answer.