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    Adam Greatrix
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    "tuned by RZO" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > ***nk car chargers will give out 5.7V, but the ACP-7 gives out 3.7V/355mA


    I don't know much about the specific model codes. Is the ACP-7 compatible
    with all Nokia phones? I thought you have to have the charging voltage
    higher than the battery voltage to achieve charging?

    I'm not trying to argue a point here, I'm just trying to improve my
    knowledge of such things...

    The chargers I have are:
    ACP-7X 3.7V 355ma (Rapid Charger that came with 7110, now called "Standard
    Charger" on Nokia's site)
    ACP-8X 5.3V 500ma (Travel Charger that came with 6310i)
    ACP-8X 5.8V 450ma (Travel Charger that came with 3310)
    ACP-12X 5.7V 800ma (Fast Travel Charger that came with 7250i)

    Although the to 8X chargers are slightly different in output, they still
    both give out the same wattage so it's probably just the label that's
    different rather than the internals.

    According to the compatibility chart at
    http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,5184,5996,00.html I can use all of these
    chargers with my old 7110. That's quite a voltage and current range.

    The difference between a travel charger and non-travel charger is that the
    travel chargers seem to accept a variety of input voltages and frequencies,
    obviously to allow you to use them abroad.

    I suspect, "Fast" is faster than "Rapid" (due to higher energy output).

    So there you go...

    Adam






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    tuned by RZO
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    Re: Differences between chargers (was Re: 6310i - car charger question.)

    "Adam Greatrix" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | > ***nk car chargers will give out 5.7V, but the ACP-7 gives out
    3.7V/355mA
    |
    | I don't know much about the specific model codes. Is the ACP-7 compatible
    | with all Nokia phones? I thought you have to have the charging voltage
    | higher than the battery voltage to achieve charging?
    *** ACP7 seems the most compatible with nokia phones today - the 5110 wont
    charge properly with any other charger as i have found out earlier this
    year....and its a 3.6V battery AFAIK... not that sure because its an
    aftermarket 5110 batt


    |
    | I'm not trying to argue a point here, I'm just trying to improve my
    | knowledge of such things...
    |
    | The chargers I have are:
    | ACP-7X 3.7V 355ma (Rapid Charger that came with 7110, now called "Standard
    | Charger" on Nokia's site)
    | ACP-8X 5.3V 500ma (Travel Charger that came with 6310i)
    | ACP-8X 5.8V 450ma (Travel Charger that came with 3310)

    *** well, my (probably smuggled..ahem) 3310 came with ACP8U (and a UK
    convertor) with silkscreened white lettering on black plastic... its 5.3V
    500mA

    | ACP-12X 5.7V 800ma (Fast Travel Charger that came with 7250i)
    *** ACP9 and 12 - perfect for giving an old battery a "boost" ...hehe

    |
    | Although the to 8X chargers are slightly different in output, they still
    | both give out the same wattage so it's probably just the label that's
    | different rather than the internals.
    |
    | According to the compatibility chart at
    | http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,5184,5996,00.html I can use all of these
    | chargers with my old 7110. That's quite a voltage and current range.
    |
    | The difference between a travel charger and non-travel charger is that the
    | travel chargers seem to accept a variety of input voltages and
    frequencies,
    | obviously to allow you to use them abroad.
    *** its a good feature, but the problem is some places use different
    plugs...then u'll need a converter ..

    |
    | I suspect, "Fast" is faster than "Rapid" (due to higher energy output).
    |
    | So there you go...
    |
    | Adam
    |
    |
    |





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