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Ned

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As long as you do not exceed the fused limit on the outlet, you can plug in additional devices.  Add up the current draws for all of the devices and compare to the fuse for that circuit.
 

TNROY

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Since you are plugging in some sensitive electronic items, why not consider an inexpensive surge protector plug strip. They are available at Radio Shack, Best Buy, Circuit City, etc. Cost would be under $30 (well under) and you have the added advantage of surge protection.
 

Ned

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That outlet is probably powered through your inverter and will be limited by the circuit breaker on the inverter.  Those are all relatively low power loads so you should be alright, but add up the loads anyway to be safe.  We run our satellite receiver, a home theater, powered video switcher, and two computers all from one circuit on our inverter with no problems.
 
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