Made from nothing or near, it works for NDS Fat and GBA SP. (Well you could easily adapt it to other Game boy or instruments)
As I'm French, when I went to Canada for holidays, my DS battery loader wasn't able to work under 110V@60Hz (instead of 220@50Hz in France).
So, as the Game Boy DS need 5V and 320mA to load, I decided to make this battery loader.
My computer could provide the supply, I just have to connect PC and Game Boy.
But how to ? Just read this instructable ;)
Step 1: Collect materials
- Some electrical tape. (Normal could work, but I prefer to use this.)
- Two pieces of electrical wire. (Or something like this. For this example, a piece of plastified metal wire of a cookies box.)
- A plastic bread attach. (Or everything else which is strong enough and small in order to get in the N DS battery loader connector.)
- Something to cut tape and wire. (Scissor or knife, or something else).
Step 3: Blend it !
Take the two wire.
cut off the plastic for about 1/4 inch.
Fold one of the with a 'P' form.
Not too large !
Must not touch more than one NDS connector !
Step 4: Fold it !
Put the plastic part on the glue-side of a 1.5 inch piece of electrical tape. (aprox 1/3 inch from one border, not like me ;D )
Put the two 'P' wires on the tape, one at each side of the plastic part. (see photo)
Remember that the 'P' side of the wire is going to go IN the NDS!
So ALIGN the plastic part with the tape, and pay attention when you put the wires !
Then, cut the tape -as mentioned on the 2nd photo- which means that, If you fold the tape, it will not recover the 'P' wire.
Then, fold the tape ;)
Smaller part first, longer then.
The 'P' part of the wire MUST BE TAPE-FREE !