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Has your iPod battery ever run out when you really needed it? This simple instructable will show you how to make a wall charger that can charge / ...
You need the following items: 5V regulator and SMALL Heatsink: I used Radio Shack part: http://www.radioshack.com/search/index.jsp?kwCatId=&kw=5v%20regulator&origkw=5V%20regulator&sr=1 Resistors: 22 Kohm (1), 27 Kohm (2), 39 Kohm (1). I used ...
The following circuit diagram is from the Jameco Website. The 9V Battery and the DC coax plug will both be connected to the DPDT switch, which is ultimately ...
Solder all of the components onto the board using the circuit diagram in step 1. My circuit after soldering is shown in the picture. Unfortunately, I put the ...
Try to get a large project box. It will be easier to install all of your components inside it. Use screws to mount the circuit board. My project ...
To open the chargers, you can use a variety of methods. I used all three of the following: 1. Find the crack in the transformer and pound at ...
Mount the DPDT switch and the DC coax plug in a reasonable location. Then solder them to the circuit board using the schematic below.
Screw on the lid and test it out. If it works, Hurray, if not, check all of your solder connections and the schematic. Another important factor to consider ...
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