World famous are the super high quality Wilson antennas like Wilson 1000, Wilson 5000, Little Will and others. But you can also find high end 12 Volt accessories from the famous Wilson brand.
WILSON 12-VOLT POWER PLUG (p/n 30512VPP)
Photo: Wilson 12-Volt Power Plug
This is a great item, I wish I had this years ago when I still had time to experiment with all kind of electronic equipment in cars. It is so simple, but so handy. Put the plus and minus in the terminals and you have 12 Volt on the power leads. It is 10 Ampere fused so it can handle a lot of current.
Photo: Wilson 12-Volt Power Plug – product in packing
WILSON 12-VOLT EXTENSION CORD (p/n 305203ECUSB)
Imagine you have a 12VDC Cigarette Lighter Socket and you want to change the location. This device is a Cigarette Lighter Plug with a cable of 360 cm with a Cigarette Lighter Socket + a USB Port with 2.4 Ampere.
So the cable allows you to get a Cigarette Lighter Socket and USB Port exactly where you want these to be located. A quick release mounting bracket is included in the packing.
Photo: Wilson 12-Volt Extension Cord – product in packing
WILSON 12-VOLT POWER OUTLET (p/n 30512V2USB)
Photo: Wilson 12-Volt Power Outlet
This device allows you to have a cigarette Lighter Socket and 2 USB Ports of 3.4 Ampere, in your vehicle, boat or camper. Connect the wire to a 12 Volt power point and install the power outlet on a location that is convenient for you.
Photo: Wilson 12-Volt Power Outlet – product in packing
USE IN 24VDC VEHICLES
In Europe it is common to have 24VDC power systems in trucks. But in USA the trucks are mostly 12 Volt, same as regular cars and pick-up trucks or 4×4 cars. You will not find Wilson 24VDC accessories but that does not mean some of these cannot be used for 24 Volt systems too. It will never turn 12VDC in to 24VDC ! But in cases you want to move the location of your 24VDC source it is possible to use such an accessory.
But be aware if the accessory has a USB port you certainly can not use it on a 24VDC source. In that case the 12 Volt is turned in to the 5VDC for the USB port. Putting 24V on the system can destroy the USB outlets.
Photo: 12-Volt Power Plug – A Great Solution