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This guide will walk you through building a battery powered charger for any device that charges via a standard USB connection, for example cell phones, iPods, etc. Parts ...
Cut the USB cable down to size, leaving approximately 1 inch of cable outside the plug. Strip the insulation from the outside of the usb cable to expose ...
Cut a hole in the side of the project case that approximately matches the size of your USB plug. • Outline the usb plug with pencil on the ...
Strip the wires from the battery snap to expose a greater soldering surface
Place the battery clip in the case using glue. For our case size, we chose to mount it on one side of the case. Depending on your case ...
Cut two lengths of 22 gauge wire (in our case, just over an inch each). Strip the insulation from both ends of each wire to expose enough for ...
Solder the red battery snap lead wire to the (+) end of the voltage regulator and the black lead wire of the battery snap to the (-) end ...
Judge how your wire will sit inside the case, and bend the wire in the direction it will need to go to connect with the USB cable. Solder ...
Place everything into the box (it may take some effort to get everything in the box at first, keep rearranging as necessary) Place the lid on the box ...
Charge Your USB Device!
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