[NTLK] Rechargeable batteries in mp2100
sylvain at pilet.net
Fri Apr 26 15:12:03 EDT 2019
To put it simply,
To recharge the batteries with the "Battery Tray", it must be modified (addition of the temperature component, and addition/modification of the metal parts of the Battery Tray)
In fact, it comes down to transforming the Battery Tray into the original Newton Battery pack in a way.
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> Le 26 avr. 2019 à 19:39, Dennis Swaney <romad at nvwisp.com> a écrit :
> Gene, as I understand Sylvain's post the applicable paragraph is this one:
> "But there are alternatives and variants:
>> - Those who have rebuilt the original Newton batteries pack with
> rechargeable AA 1.2v batteries, with *correctly reassembling the
> temperature control element inside* the original Newton battery pack. These
> can recharge the battery directly through the Newton.
>> - Those who have modified the AA 1.5v (and therefore AA 1.2v
> rechargeable) battery tray, *by adding the same component as the one
> mentioned above*. So when having modified this case, to make the Newton
> believe that it is an original Newton battery. In this case the batteries
> will be recharged by the Newton."
> I've highlighted what I consider the critical info for in-Newton charging.
> So you need to *CORRECTLY* install the *temperature control element* used
> by Apple in the Newton rechargeable battery pack in to the AA battery tray
> which will trick the Newton into recognizing it as a Newton Battery Pack
> and thus recharging the AA rechargeable batteries.
> Sylvain, please correct me if I misunderstood your meaning.
> Dennis B. Swaney
> "Cogito Ergo Mac"
> On Fri, Apr 26, 2019 at 10:22 AM Gene beaird <bgbeaird at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> I’m not 100% clear on this. Does this mean with this utility installed
>> that you _can_ recharge your rechargeable AAs with the Newton power
>> supply/charger with the AA battery tray in the Newton? That would be cool
>> if that was possible!
>> Gene Beaird,
>> Pearland, Texas
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