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Subject: 9v 1000mA
From: Bryce Benton (me_at_brycebenton.com)
i exchanged the originally mentioned adapter for a 9v (up to 1000 mA) model.
when the jbr20 was on but not playing, the charge was going up. there was no
charging battery icon nor plug icon, but the numeric charge display was
when the jbr20 was playing, it would go up one or two hundredths, then down
one or two hundredths... it seems that it was using almost the same amount
as it was taking from the car lighter socket.
so would i be right by presuming that i could probably play the jbr20 for a
LONG time, (but maybe not forever), with the unit plugged into the lighter
socket? another way to ask: what are your experiences with using car lighter
adapters as power sources?
----- Original Message -----
From: "bertrand" <bertrand_at_web-fr.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2003 2:49 PM
Subject: [rockbox] Re: car lighter adapter question
> On Tue, 14 Jan 2003 13:19:26 -0600
> Bryce Benton <me_at_brycebenton.com> wrote:
> > i checked the battery and charging FAQ first, and from what i
> > it is possible to use a variety of dc power cord voltages... up to 12V.
> > however, i am still afraid to plug the jbr20 into the car lighter socket
> > power adapter until i get some confirmation... can someone please let me
> > know if it is safe or not?
> > it's a radio shack model #270-1594
> > 12V
> > rated 2 amps
> > capable of either polarity.
> I use an adapter (that this word in english ?)
> So i can have 9V 800mA in my car for my Recorder 6GB ;)
> > thanks a lot,
> > bryce
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