Portable Emergency Phone Charger

Introduction: Portable Emergency Phone Charger

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This video will explain everything step by step, and here are the parts you will need:

1. Two 9v batteries (and two 9v battery clips)(and wires)

2. Cheap Car charger

3. Standard Altoids Tin

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    4 Discussions

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    Gomi no Sensei
    Gomi no Sensei

    4 years ago

    Most smart phone batteries are 1500-3300mah.

    A 9V battery has 50-400mah and at 500mw load has less than 300mah capacity.

    You're also losing 30% of that 2 x 300mah thru the circuit.

    Just exactly HOW much does this remaining 420mah charge your phone ???

    Ref : http://www.powerstream.com/9V-Alkaline-tests.htm

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    ardystal gysr
    ardystal gysr

    Reply 4 years ago

    the project was based on its simplicity and an easy-to-recreate build, and I am aware that this charger is inconvenient and not usable. Thanks for commenting though! I will make a better and more convenient version 2.0!