Hello all. First thing I have to say is I don't understand much about power and electricity conversion rates. But I do have a need to have two different motors, each requiring a different power load, to run off of a single source AC 110 house outlet. First device: Volts: 12, Amps: 3.3, uses a 12V car cigarette lighter (I assume this is DC power) Second device is a 2 speed motor: Watts: 37/27, Amps: 0.57/0.39 and runs off of standard 110v AC plug I am looking for a cheap solution that will allow me to power both devices off of household 110v AC power but really have no idea on to go about doing this since this is my first project I have ever done that requires me to toy with power/electrical sources. I know I can go buy a 110AC to 12V (cigarette lighter) converter for $5, but thats the kind that plugs into a wall outlet and would require some kind of mickey mouse solution that is unclean and probably not safe. I am looking for a solution that runs off of a single source that feeds both devices. Which means I would need to cut off the cigarette lighter adapter and used the exposed wires to connect directly to this power source. Also, how do I determine the watt power level of the first device? I need to understand what the total watt power consumption, of both devices, would be. Thank you for your help.