Hi, went to the said retail outlet, and got one thatís rated at 1.2A
max output, presumably that would be at 3V. The charger goes from 3
to 12V, so I worked out that it should be 600MA at 6V. It seems to
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Bluechip
Sent: 10 December 2005 18:37
To: Glenn at home; Rockbox
Subject: Re: charger questions
I tend to buy my "wall-warts" in Argos. Check the one you buy can
supply enough current (mA rating) ...great debate will be had on my
next comment: So long as the mA rating is over (not by tooo much) you
will be alright - if it's under, you will get a shortage of volts
cuasing a lack of charging ...and the PSU will over heat.
I have used a 6 volt car adapter for one of my units, so maybe you
have electronics stores in the UK that can find a charger with the
correct tip, and they are post positive.
----- Original Message -----
From: rob powell <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Rockbox development <mailto:email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 09, 2005 5:54 PM
Subject: charger questions
Hi all, can you use a charger for a player or recorder v1 on a v2 or
FM recorder? Iím a recorder v2 charger short, but have a spare charger
that I think came with a player. I do have another v2 charger, but ití
s a US fitting, 110V, and I donít have or know where to get a 240V
equivalent, or adaptor.
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