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  1. #1
    Craig buckingham
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    Can anyone tell me the maximum volatge that can be input on the charger socket?

    Does the charger input have protection for over voltage, reverse polarity?

    I want to know if I can charge directly from the cigarette lighter.

    Thanks in advance.



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  2. #2
    tuned by RZO
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    Re: 8210 charging voltage.

    "Craig buckingham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | Can anyone tell me the maximum volatge that can be input on the charger
    socket?
    5.3V is the highest output V ive seen on an official nokia charger (ACP8)

    |
    | Does the charger input have protection for over voltage, reverse polarity?
    Should have capacitors and diode protection, not too sure

    |
    | I want to know if I can charge directly from the cigarette lighter.
    Nope, its definitely overvoltage - how the heck can a 3.6V battery withstand
    a 12V charge?! U'll need a car charger, a cheap comatible will suffice.
    |
    | Thanks in advance.





  3. #3
    Mike S.
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    Re: 8210 charging voltage.


    In article <[email protected]>,
    tuned by RZO <[email protected]> wrote:
    >"Craig buckingham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >| Can anyone tell me the maximum volatge that can be input on the charger
    >socket?
    >5.3V is the highest output V ive seen on an official nokia charger (ACP8)
    >


    ACP-12U: 5.7V @ 800 mA




  4. #4
    tuned by RZO
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    Re: 8210 charging voltage.

    "Mike S." <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    |
    | In article <[email protected]>,
    | tuned by RZO <[email protected]> wrote:
    | >"Craig buckingham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    | >news:[email protected]
    | >| Can anyone tell me the maximum volatge that can be input on the charger
    | >socket?
    | >5.3V is the highest output V ive seen on an official nokia charger (ACP8)
    | >
    |
    | ACP-12U: 5.7V @ 800 mA
    |

    Oops...i stand corrected...even though i have lots of ACP7s and only one ACP
    12 I didnt bother with it (never liked fast chargers-they damage batteries
    to the rate of one "compatible" battery every two months with my old
    ericsson PF768)





  5. #5
    Craig buckingham
    Guest

    Re: 8210 charging voltage.

    > | ACP-12U: 5.7V @ 800 mA
    > "Mike S." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    > Oops...i stand corrected...even though i have lots of ACP7s and only one ACP
    > 12 I didnt bother with it (never liked fast chargers-they damage batteries
    > to the rate of one "compatible" battery every two months with my old
    > ericsson PF768)


    I believe the charging cicuitry is in the phone and the charger is
    just a common voltage source.

    So there will be a lower dropout point and an upper point at where the
    phone cicuitry is dissipating too much power or the voltage ratings of
    the components in the charging cicuit are exceeded.

    Hoping someone knows the answer, but I think it will probably easier
    to make another lead up.

    Thanks all.



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