Rechargeable Mouse

About: I am a student of BSCS but I'm interested in electronics that's why I would like to think about innovative ideas and try to build my ideas into reality and i also interested in making a robots. email id: deg...

Hello! friends

Welcome to my another rechargeable mouse project. In this project i'm gonna show you simply how to convert your wireless mouse into rechargeable mouse. It's mean saving money now you don't need to buy more AA cells for your wireless mouse. Just follow the steps.

So let's get started.

Step 1: Circuit Diagram

Here it is the simple circuit diagram with the help of this we can build our rechargeable mouse project.

Step 2: Components

You'll need

1 spst switch

1 red led

1 diode 1n4007

female pin

2.2 kohms resistor

3.7 volt Li-ion battery

Some wires

Solder with soldering iron

mini drill with drill bits

Step 3: Disassembling

First of all you'll need to disassemble your mouse and remove the all parts.

Step 4: Circuit Making

Join the all parts of electronics and make a small circuit according to the given diagram.

Step 5: Fitting and Installing

Make two holes according to the size of connector and switch. Install your circuit on a mouse board according to diagram.

Step 6: Battery

Remove the piece of plastic inside the AA size battery holder of mouse and fix your Li-ion battery in it and now reassemble your mouse it's almost ready to use.

Step 7: Charging

Now connect your charger pin into female connector for charging you can see the led status is 1 which means it's working correctly.

Step 8: Finish

Press the button "on" of your rechargeable mouse and enjoy.

Thanks for watching.

I hope you guys like it. I'll be back with my new project.

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    stalker145

    3 years ago

    I love it!

    I will definitely be tearing apart my mouse this week as I was just griping about needing to replace the batteries.

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