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I have a yaesu radio in my boat since early 1995 hook to the battery line 12 volts 700 amps, now i want to install a second radio similar to the one in the boat in a shack where i have normal 110 ACvolts 60 h , my q is can i use a power adaptor input 110ACv output DC12 v 200mA original from sony for sony telephones, to operate this radio, thanks

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Theirs no reason why you cannot plug in the 110 adapter to the 110 wall plug to power the radio.
You may also want to add a surge protector inline.

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