Running a fog machine and LEDs from battery pack Answered
So I have this idea that will require a fog machine, some LED's, and a switch to turn them both on at the same time.
The mechanical issues I have figured out, I just need a little help with the electronics.
I plan to have this rig be mobile, as in backpack mounted, and I have no problem carrying a 12 volt battery on my back to accomplish this task.
I need help on the specific electronics required in order to rig it together.
To the best of my understanding, I need a 12 volt battery, an inverter/power outlet, and POSSIBLY a microcontroller, but I'd like to avoid the later at all costs, haha.
Fog machine I intend to use would be 400 watt since it seems to be the most viable. If I can swing a KW one that would be awesome.
And the LEDs would be either red or blue. I'd like a switch in the set up to allow for the fog/LEDs to be activated at the same time.
URL to machine below:
What I really need to know is how to set up the 12v to accept the 400w fog machine, if it's possible, and what type of gauge wire/cooling systems I would need if I chose to run this on my back for safety. And if you could help with the logistics of recharging the battery, that would be sweet as well.