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  1. #1
    Cary Seller
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    I'm wondering if the ACP12U charger was introduced later. Looking at the
    manual for a TDMA 3560, I see it accepts both the 8U and and the 12U,
    whereas the manul for the older 5165 lists just the 8U (of course, if the
    12U was introduced after the manual was printed it would understandably not
    be listed). I have a 5165 and a 12U and was wondering if I could use the
    12U on the 5165. Any insight? I tried googling to find the specs on these
    chargers but was not very successful. Anyone with an 8U care to type in
    what the output voltage and current is? Or, ideally, if someone knows where
    I can find the specs ...

    Thanks,

    CS





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  2. #2
    Mike S.
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    Re: ACP8U vs ACP12U


    In article <[email protected]>,
    Cary Seller <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I'm wondering if the ACP12U charger was introduced later. Looking at the
    >manual for a TDMA 3560, I see it accepts both the 8U and and the 12U,
    >whereas the manul for the older 5165 lists just the 8U (of course, if the
    >12U was introduced after the manual was printed it would understandably not
    >be listed). I have a 5165 and a 12U and was wondering if I could use the
    >12U on the 5165. Any insight? I tried googling to find the specs on these
    >chargers but was not very successful. Anyone with an 8U care to type in
    >what the output voltage and current is? Or, ideally, if someone knows where
    >I can find the specs ...


    The "net wisdom" is that from the 5xxx series onward, any Nokia charger
    having the right plug is electrically compatible:


    ACP-7 3.7V 355 mA
    ACP-8 5.3V 500 mA or 5.8V 450 mA
    ACP-12 5.7V 800 mA





  3. #3

    Re: ACP8U vs ACP12U

    On Sun, 25 Jun 2006 21:24:16 GMT, "Cary Seller"
    <[email protected]> wrote this with the utmost thought:

    >I'm wondering if the ACP12U charger was introduced later. Looking at the
    >manual for a TDMA 3560, I see it accepts both the 8U and and the 12U,
    >whereas the manul for the older 5165 lists just the 8U (of course, if the
    >12U was introduced after the manual was printed it would understandably not
    >be listed). I have a 5165 and a 12U and was wondering if I could use the
    >12U on the 5165. Any insight? I tried googling to find the specs on these
    >chargers but was not very successful. Anyone with an 8U care to type in
    >what the output voltage and current is? Or, ideally, if someone knows where
    >I can find the specs ...


    Presumably the U indicates they are for the US market?

    My ACP12 states:

    Output 5.7v 800mA

    My ACP8 I can't currently find, only a couple of ACP-7s

    I would try the 5165 with the ACP12 and if it goes into charging mode then
    it'll be okay. If it's not happy with the faster charging rate then it'll
    do nothing.

    You can easily check out compatibility on the Nokia website.




  4. #4
    Cary Seller
    Guest

    Re: ACP8U vs ACP12U

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Sun, 25 Jun 2006 21:24:16 GMT, "Cary Seller"
    > <[email protected]> wrote this with the utmost thought:
    >
    >>I'm wondering if the ACP12U charger was introduced later. Looking at the
    >>manual for a TDMA 3560, I see it accepts both the 8U and and the 12U,
    >>whereas the manul for the older 5165 lists just the 8U (of course, if the
    >>12U was introduced after the manual was printed it would understandably
    >>not
    >>be listed). I have a 5165 and a 12U and was wondering if I could use the
    >>12U on the 5165. Any insight? I tried googling to find the specs on
    >>these
    >>chargers but was not very successful. Anyone with an 8U care to type in
    >>what the output voltage and current is? Or, ideally, if someone knows
    >>where
    >>I can find the specs ...

    >
    > Presumably the U indicates they are for the US market?
    >
    > My ACP12 states:
    >
    > Output 5.7v 800mA
    >
    > My ACP8 I can't currently find, only a couple of ACP-7s
    >
    > I would try the 5165 with the ACP12 and if it goes into charging mode then
    > it'll be okay. If it's not happy with the faster charging rate then it'll
    > do nothing.
    >
    > You can easily check out compatibility on the Nokia website.
    >


    I did try the Nokia site - not sure where / how I "check out compatibility".
    As previously mentioned, I've read the manual. I presume the site has some
    other tool I missed?

    CS





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