How to Make Power Bank Using 9v Battery | Portable Power Bank | Fast Charging

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Intro: How to Make Power Bank Using 9v Battery | Portable Power Bank | Fast Charging

Hello so here is the tutorial for power bank finally i make it there are lot of people traveling around the world and they need power bank so this power bank is portable and easy to carry when you travel around the world .

Each and every thing is shown also in video step by step and this is really easy diy do it yourself project anyone can make at their home easily

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Step 1: Circuit Diagram

This circuit is very easy there are three pins of lm7805 regulator make connection as shown in circuit diagram or if facing any difficulty watch video

Step 2: Hardware Required

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Hardware Required

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  • 9V Battery (800-2000mah prefered) with Clip
  • Micro USB Cable
  • LM7805 5V Regulator
  • Card Sheet

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    Pchristu

    Question 3 months ago on Step 1

    Any reason this could not be applied to a Lightning port for iPhone, or any mods necessary, different regulator?

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    pyromaniac303Pchristu

    Answer 2 months ago

    May work with an iPhone, though sometimes you have to do strange things with the data lines to get them to charge, depending on which model you have. Some require the data lines connecting together, some require resistors on the data lines also.

    Might be worth adding a couple of capacitors (a few uF on the input and output for stability) as most regulators specify it in the datasheet, though they usually work without just fine.